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John McDowall Apr 28
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Stephanie Holt Jul 18
IT’S GILBERT WHITES 300th BIRTHDAY! 🥳which means a full day of online festival goodness over at I’m on at 5pm, but there’s loads of things going on right through the day, so come on over and help us celebrate the birthday boys big day! 🥳
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iBartomeus Jun 7
[Post] A simple observation of a single plant flower production:
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Darren Naish Sep 11
New at , it's that article on carrion-eating and predation in you were waiting for ...
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emma milne-white Aug 21
Spent an enjoyable half our curating a ‘sea table’ 🌊
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Dr. Tanisha M. Williams 🌳 #BlackBotanistsWeek 🌺 Aug 17
I feel like someone needs to listen to these calming sounds. The lovely songs from my patio. It was a nice way to end the day by and enjoying the many songs.
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Dr Erica McAlister Jun 29
Oh folks! I’ve just reached a milestone. The has sold over 10,000 copies - I’m rather chuffed & v.greatful to all who have bought it
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Dr. Allison Gong Aug 5
My personal tribute to John Pearse, who was a mentor, inspiration, and a fellow believer in . I'm so lucky to have known him and been taught by him.
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Andreas Weber Sep 6
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Catherine Duigan 🇮🇪🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Aug 1
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DarwinOnline Sep 11
Rare prospectus published in late 1837, announcing a publication edited by to "secure to science the full advantage of the discoveries in , during the ." Biblio introduction by Freeman:
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Brepols Sep 8
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Algonquin Wildlife Research Station Aug 29
Without a refrigerator, this Eastern 🐺 stored a partial🦌 carcass in the bog, saving for some🍖 for later. The natural properties of the bog environment inhibit food spoilage! observation published in 2016: 🎥Hugo Kitching
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Morrison Nolan Jul 26
Hello, people. I read that up to 1/3 of American museums may not survive the pandemic. I want to compile a list of Natural History Museums that need assistance and ways we as geoscientists and the public can help. Please post museums and their needs
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PSU EMS Museum & Art Gallery Sep 11
Mosasaur jaw and teeth from the Niobrara Chalk of western Kansas. PSU EMS 411232-411234. Scale bar is 1cm.
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ZooKeys Sep 4
🦎🐢The 1st full account of the specimens held at the Natural History Museum, South Korea 🇰🇷 🔓Study: .
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Tommy McElrath May 19
Just saying, as a fully employed biologist, I would 100% have found plant identification more useful on a day to day basis than the minutia of molecular & cellular biology.
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Darren Naish Sep 12
Some are occasional predators of as big as lambs and juvenile deer, and carrion-eating and predation of small vertebrates are widespread armadillo traits. A review at ...
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John McDowall May 6
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Lana Jun 5
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