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Booth Platt 40m
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Nick Porch Oct 10
An evolving work-in-progress, my collage is getting close to completion. All Victorian, SE. Australia. So many mites.
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Phys.org Jun 12
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Aiden Hoffman Mar 4
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Shahan Derkarabetian Dec 5
Check out this beautiful oribatid I collected in 2011 from western Oregon USA. It's in the very cool family Damaeidae, it has unusually long legs. Moldenke and Fichter (1988) called it "new genus #1" (SEM image). 30 years later, it is STILL undescribed.
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UC Riverside Jan 14
The , or , was accidentally introduced in ’s Big Island between 2007-08. Now, a -lead team of has shown for the first time that this event triggered new strains of viruses in and their predators.
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Brianna Collis Oct 15
A little guy in my sample 😍 Maybe a waving hello?
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Phys.org Jan 8
Bee arrival in Hawaii causes pathogen changes in predators
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Jéssica Teodoro-Paulo May 7
When you use huge amounts of Parafim, a gigantic appears! Find this guy and some surprises at Dia Aberto at !
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christine robbins Apr 21
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John Laughlin Mar 4
Anyone tell me if this a of some sort and is it a friend or foe? There are lettuce seeds nearby for size comparison.
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Maries Elemans Sep 15
Twospotted spider (Tetranychus urticae ) Damage in potatoes is a minute stippling of the leaves and a bronzing. Mites reproduce rapidly and can build up to unmanageable populations in just a few days. This population explosion, allows the mites to take down fields.
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Raffaele Dall'Olio Jan 15
on is finally out! Congrats to S.Ramsey and all authors.
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Nick Porch Oct 8
Ptyctimous oribatid with a pile of little 'clingers' (more mites) on its prodorsum. Otway Range, SE. Australia.
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Ruth Fentie Mar 7
Looking forward to what research can tell us about the value of PLNs for K-6 educators
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Nick Porch Oct 11
Knowing a little about , and something about science fiction, I think that invertebrates would be better science fiction creatures than most that SciFi people invent. Most people have not idea such living wonders exist. Linopodes . Tremont, SE. Australia.
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FBA Aug 7
Today we celebrated Fellow Terry Gledhill's retirement (part two!) Learn what makes him 'tick' in the upcoming - we'll be doing a short piece about his -filled memories from the FBA and beyond😄
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Matt Bertone Jun 17
Let the course begin! U of Arkansas
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Victor Matheu Feb 25
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Phys.org Biology Jan 28
The evolution of lethal fighting in a spider
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