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Challen Willemsen 🌿 8 Nov 18
Cecropia is a genus of pioneer trees in the Urticaceae. Most of them are myrmecophytes, meaning they have mutualistic relationships with colonies of ants. They are often the preferred food of certain species of sloth.
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Rebecca Hilgenhof 14 Jun 18
A few of the that were flowering yesterday in the Tropical Nursery . The genus comprises approx 575 species with most being to the although there are few that can be found in the , SE &
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Go Birding Colombia Feb 4
Our first tweet is about our new favorite hummbingbird of the eastern andes in Colombia. Lazuline Sabrewing truly a winged jewel
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ZooKeys 12 May 17
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Scott Guiver 7 Sep 17
Very close encounter with a Red-legged Seriema!
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Cordny Nederkoorn 23 Jan 16
The dance of the blue manakin. Isn't it great?
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Rob Smith 19 Jun 18
Another shot of Maxillaria orchids from Tatama NP, Colombia
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Birdwatching Uruguay Jan 13
White Monjita (Xolmis irupero) belongs to the the family Tyrannidae, the  . Lives exclusively in in open and semi-open grassland, pastures with scattered trees and bushes. 
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Ecography 16 Jun 16
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Laura Lagomarsino, PhD Oct 23
Hot off the press at : A taxonomic synopsis of in Mesoamerica, including six ! Hats off to Daniel Santamaría-Aguilar and , and to being able to use as a keyword!
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Shawn F. McCracken Dec 2
TXSTBio grad student Jackie T. and tech Becca D. got straight to work upon arrival in Ecuador on our CAIPs for monitoring capuchins (Cebus aequatorialis) at Reserva Jama-Coaque and beyond.
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Challen Willemsen 🌿 3 Dec 17
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Eliécer E. Gutiérrez 3 Jan 15
Coming soon: "Mammals of South America, Volume 2: Rodents".
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Claudia Wultsch Jan 30
of a versatile in the : gray in , . "They are not the habitat generalists as previously thought and seem unable to fully exploit tropical moist broadleaf forest"
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ZooKeys 13 Feb 17
The of the : 3,262 extant species-groups & 35 fossil ones
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Birdwatching Uruguay Jan 11
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MycoKeys Oct 30
Multilocus phylogenetic analysis & confirm the presence of the species <G. mexicanum> + <G. parvulum> in Mexico, but refute evidence for <G. weberianum sensu> in the . Paper: .
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Sophia Winkler-Schor 2 Jan 18
The successes and challenges in Maya Biosphere Reserve. Great read by
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Alex Zizka Nov 24
Hot from the press: Distribution maps, diversity patterns and preliminary conservation status of >3200 pineapple relatives. All data are available as R package.
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T&T Field Naturalist 12 Aug 18
Interested in & ? Living outside of & ? Want a copy of this ? (Very 1st ) Check our website and your copy for yourself or colleague now! Ideal for enthusiasts from the or otherwise!
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