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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park Insects for Pond Study

A general list of possible aquatic insects to find in our lakes for our Bioblitz. Please join us for our Bioblitz on July 13, 2019!

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Cactáceas de Guanajuato

Se conocen cerca de 1 400 especies de cactos a nivel mundial, de las cuales 669 son mexicanas. De este total, 518 viven solamente en nuestro país. Según estimaciones, en el Estado de Guanajuato se encuentran 23 géneros y más de 100 especies . El género más abundante es Mammillaria. Hay 6 especies...

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Anfibios y Reptiles de Guanajuato

Herpetofauna Guanajuatense. Existen cerca de 86 especies de anfibios y reptiles en el Estado de Guanajuato. Los anfibios se agrupan en 2 órdenes, 9 familias y 21 especies, siendo las familias Bufonidae y Ranidae las más numerosas. De los reptiles se encuentren 3 órdenes, 13 familias y 65 especies...

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Mamíferos de Guanajuato

Mastofauna Guanajuatense. En el estado de Guanajuato se reportan 93 especies de mamíferos, 3 órdenes abarcan la mayoría de éstos: Rodentia, Chiroptera y Carnivora. Son de amplia distribución, pero la mayor parte de ellos habita en la Altiplanicie Mexicana.

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Aves de Guanajuato

Avifauna Guanajuatense. Hasta la fecha se han registrado 366 especies de aves habitando en el Estado de Guanajuato, agrupadas en 20 órdenes y 61 familias, de las cuales Tyrannidae, Parulidae y Passerellidae son las más abundantes, siendo los municipios de Guanajuato, León y San Miguel de Allende ...

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Asian Lanternflies: the genus Pyrops

Pyrops is a genus of large, long-snouted and often colorful planthoppers commonly known as "lanternflies" that occur throughout the Indomalayan region. Nearly 70 species are described, but only about a third of these occur in continental Asia. The majority of species are insular endemics, found o...

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Digitaria of Taiwan 檢索特徵參考資料:Chen, C.-H, Lin, C.-Y and Kuo, C.-S. Grass Flora of Taiwan Vol. 2. Endemic Research Institute, Taiwan.

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Aves de Tzintzuntzan

Aves de Tzintzuntzan

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Wetland Plants of Pinnacles National Park

Faculative wetland (FACW) and Obligate (OBL) plants according to USFWS found at Pinnacles National Park.

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Common Riparian Plants of Pinnacles National Park

This is a guide to common riparian plants found at Pinnacles National Park.

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Animals at Nandankanan zoo,India

This guide is about the animals which are found in Nandankanan zoo.

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Flora and Fauna of Devil's Punchbowl Natural Area

Devil's Punchbowl Natural Area is a Los Angeles County park that is nestled in the San Gabriel mountains on the edge of the Mojave Desert.

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Common birds in urban areas in India

Shows most common found birds in urban areas in India.

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Three common birds in India

It comprises of three most birds found in urban areas of India.

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Zingela Butterflis & Moths

A field guide to the various Lepidoptera species you are likely to encounter at Zingela

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Mammals of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area

The Mississippi National River and Recreation Area is a narrow corridor of habitat along the Mississippi River through the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area. Habitats include upland and lowland forests, savanna, prairies, and the river itself. And, of course, there are both big urban areas and rarely v...

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Briar Bush Nature Center Invasive Plants

A guide for land stewardship volunteers at Briar Bush Nature Center and anyone from the nearby communities who would like to identify common non-native invasive weeds. These plants disrupt the ecosystem, especially the food web because the majority of native insects cannot use them as food. Fewer...

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Snakes of Bexar County

A guide to the snakes of Bexar County, Texas. These snakes are listed in approximately the frequency with which they could expect to be seen in the county (based on my experience). Those closer to the top of the page are common in much of the county, those towards the bottom are rarer, more hig...

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