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Check out the redesigned Educational Resources pages from the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) organized by subjects and themes. These pages include relevant articles, EOL Species Collections, p... more
October 29, 2014 17:37
October 08, 2014 13:18
EOL is much more than 1.9 million species pages. It's an incredible resource for text, images, video, sounds, maps, classifications and more, all freely available online.
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October 02, 2014 20:20
How do spiders weave their webs? New research shows how the silk formation process is regulated. Spiders and webs are the subject of the One Species at a Time Spider podcast.
August 06, 2014 15:26
Scientists have found changes in gene activity based on the diet of honey bees. Bee research, specifically “colony collapse disorder”, is the topic of the One Species at a Time Bee’s podcast.
July 23, 2014 13:27
EOL recently launched the Global Genome Initiative Knowledge Portal, essential infrastructure for the Smithsonian-led initiative to archive genomics-quality tissue across the tree of life. The G... more
July 15, 2014 13:26
Andrew Brower marked "Two-banded Satyr" as trusted on the "Pareuptychia ocirrhoe" page.
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about 1 hour ago
Michael O'Keeffe commented on "Habitat and Ecology":
In areas where birds occur at high densities, flocks of non-breeding birds are also present in the breeding season.
about 3 hours ago
Nick Durmuller added the German common name "Olivbraungestiefelter Schneckling" to "Hygrophorus persoonii Arnolds 1979".
about 10 hours ago
Leo Shapiro set "Trichoplax sp. from Australia" as an exemplar on "Trichoplax".
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