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Kate Smith Sep 21
Grey dagger moth (Acronicta psi) caterpillar munching away on my little hawthorn tree.
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Hamid Ghanavi Sep 22
Pavel Matos is telling us about multispecies coalescence methods applied to higher level .
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pogomcl 2h
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Jonas Lark 2h
Here today - gone tomorrow! on the managed to capture this , despite it being very breezy, burst mode caught these two shots,…
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Victoria Twort Sep 22
Hamid Ghanavi continues the mornings theme at . Using WGS on exisitng DNA extracts of . Your existing extracts lying on your freezer can be used for genome sequencing.
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Edward James Almost 16h
Dear flappy bug twitter, Does anyone recognize these? They’re on sedum and also like garlic chive blossoms. For size reference, the bigger flower cluster shown is 2.5” at the largest dimension.
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Kendal Davis Sep 20
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Hamid Ghanavi Sep 22
Andreas Zwick is starting the last day of the conference with a great talk about the molecular phylogenetics of .
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Gino Brignoli 🐜 🐦 6h
Another to kick off the week. These beauties are from .
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Plazi Treatment Repo Sep 20
Discovered 1 new in 1 publication today (45 overall) -
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Victoria Twort Sep 22
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Tom Farrell Sep 19
Good morning. Pearl Crescent licking rocks at Catoctin Mountain Farm near Thurmont, MD. July 2019. These are small , but add some nice color.
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Victoria Twort Sep 22
Andreas Zwick opens the final day with a discussion of Australia . A cool dataset advancing the knowledge of Australian fauna.
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Darren Naish 13h
More UK to identify. One from a suburban garden in Essex, one from a house in Southampton.
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Punyabrata Barma Sep 15
Chestnut Angle BuxaTigerReserve@WestBengal@India
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Hamid Ghanavi Sep 22
The second talk is by Niklas Wahlberg about 's phylogeny and the importance of checking the data!
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Elise Richardson Sep 14
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SMWC Science Sep 20
Red-Spotted Admiral (Limenitis arthemis). There are ~180,000 different of & , which are of the order (“scale wing”). This represents ~10% of the total known species of living organisms!
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Jay Apted Sep 21
A lot of and a great spangled in the foreground, until it decides to take off! Video taken at Manassas National Battlefield Park.
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Jay Apted Sep 21
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