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Great Yellow Bumblebee

This site presents details such as images, ecology, global distribution, taxonomy, behavior, conservation, reference... see more
Material Type: Reference Material
Author: Dr. Paul Williams
Date Added: Aug 22, 2013 Date Modified: Oct 03, 2013
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Anopheles dirus

Anopheles dirus is one of seven species within the Anopheles dirus species complex. Images as well as information about this... see more
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Author: Dr. Ralph Harbach
Date Added: Aug 22, 2013 Date Modified: Sep 02, 2013
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Wohlfahrt's Wound Myiasis Fly

The Wohlfahrtia magnifica, or Wohlfahrt's wound myiasis fly, is a parasitic flesh fly. Photographs and details relating to... see more
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Author: Dr. Martin Hall
Date Added: Aug 22, 2013 Date Modified: Sep 02, 2013
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Endangered Animal Easter Eggs

Get crafty this Easter with our hands-on Endangered Animal Easter Egg activity. Using ARKive’s vast treasury of images and... see more
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Author: ARKive (WIldscreen USA)
Date Added: May 10, 2013 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2014
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Turtle Life Cycle

Explore the life cycles of a variety of species groups, from plants and mammals to amphibians and reptiles, and investigate... see more
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Author: ARKive (WIldscreen USA)
Date Added: May 10, 2013 Date Modified: Feb 27, 2015
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You say "Velociraptor״, I say "Deinonychus"

A short article that explains describes possible inaccuracies in the popular book/movie Jurassic Park. 
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Author: Unknown
Date Added: May 07, 2013 Date Modified: Jun 30, 2014
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A new Miocene penguin from Patagonia and its phylogenetic relationships

A new Miocene penguin from Patagonia and its phylogenetic relationships with Spheniscidae. To determine this relationship, a... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Mariano Donato, Mario Cozzuol, Claudia P. Tambussi, Carolina Acosta Hospitaleche
Date Added: May 07, 2013 Date Modified: Mar 30, 2014
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A DATED PHYLOGENY OF MARSUPIALS USING A MOLECULAR SUPERMATRIX AND MULTIPLE FOSSIL CONSTRAINTS

Robin Beck's researched looked at phylogenetic relationships within marsupials. In her research she used the platypus to help... see more
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Author: Robin Beck
Date Added: May 07, 2013 Date Modified: Mar 30, 2014
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Why Frogs Call

Frog calls and documentary video clips of scientists discussing frog issues, including declining amphibians and malformed... see more
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Author: David McGowan
Date Added: Apr 10, 2013 Date Modified: Feb 04, 2016
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Sheep Brain Dissection (Virtual)

Easy to follow step-by-step demonstration on how to dissect a preserved sheep brain. Some structures are labeled. 
Material Type: Drill and Practice
Author: Unknown
Date Added: Mar 28, 2013 Date Modified: Jan 23, 2017
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