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Enterprise State CC Softball Aug 17
If you're about winning, you're about the team.
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Hortafix Aug 16
An army of 2mm long have been introduced into the Llantarnam section of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal to help battle the rapid growth of water fern.
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Tyler Jay Raszick Aug 15
Found some boll on this big ol' Hampea sp. (nutricia?) and also on some nearby "feral" cotton! Gives us a cool opportunity to investigate any genomic signature of a host-mediated divergence without the confounding factor of geography.
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Benjamin Padilla Aug 13
A weevil, I finally found a weevil!! For some reason I always imagine as posh English characters with cane and top hat
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JB3. Jun 1
Appreciate the love💚💚..
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Bernoid Jun 15
are so brilliant, especially the tiny ones.
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Adam Saunders 8h
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Enterprise State CC Softball Apr 18
Congrats to our Sophomores !
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Khalil Brisco 8️⃣ Jun 10
After a great camp and talk with I’m blessed to say I’ve earned an offer from Arkansas-Monticello ! 🦍
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Lacy Goss Mar 8
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i eat pepto bismol for breakfast Mar 9
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Jennifer C. Girón May 10
I spent sorting and organizing some of the ... today will be no different!
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Nick Porch Jul 16
Do you give your morphospecies names? This is Fat Noto (a "Mandalotina"), distinguishing it from Thin Noto (which is actually a Mandalotina sp.). I know I shouldn't body shame . Apologies.
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Bog-trotter Dec 14
Platyrhinus resinosus😎snazzy little critter👍aka Scarce Fungus Weevil & King Alfred's Fungus Weevil from its larval development stage but neither Ash nor Daldinia concentrica in sight This specimen found under bark of old felled Birch
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Caleb Canady Apr 15
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Ben Philley May 15
Just touched down in Dallas. Next stop Sioux Falls.
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Nick Porch Jul 16
Presumably one of the reasons that Cryptorhynchini are so abundant and diverse in the leaf litter is their ability to tuck all their important bits away. Genus unknown, Grampians, SE. Australia.
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Rob Lang Feb 8
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AuT_Crone May 22
Ident please? Approx 2.5cm long. Northumberland.
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Jennifer C. Girón Feb 28
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