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Congratulations to the Winners of EOL Flickr Contest #99: "Farinose"

Congratulations to Katja Schulz and Dave Huth, the winner and runner-up of EOL Flickr Contest #99: Farinose. Thanks to all participants for their great submissions.

The next EOL Flickr contest is Best Shot Ever - Please compete with your favorite organism image of all time. Submissions will be open through next Monday, 25 March 2013.

The Encyclopedia of Life Images Group on Flickr is a great way to contribute images to EOL. Have a look at the group home page for instructions, and post your questions to the group discussion.

March 19, 2013 04:51

New One Species at a Time Podcast - Crawfish

For centuries, human commerce has played a role in distributing plant and animal species around the globe. But not every species can claim the title of circumnavigator. In this week’s episode, Ari Daniel Shapiro journeys to the Gulf Coast of the U.S. to meet a tiny Magellan, the star of an unlikely story that has come full circle.

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To learn more about how to use EOL's One Species at a Time podcasts in the classroom and in broadcast media, please see our Podcast Guide for Educators or contact the EOL Learning & Education group.

March 08, 2013 14:42

Congratulations to the Winners of EOL Flickr Contest #98: Beaks

Congratulations to Lynette Schimming and David Bygott, the winner and runner-up of EOL Flickr Contest #98: Beaks. Thanks to all participants for their great submissions.

The next EOL Flickr contest is Farinose - Please compete with images of organisms that have a mealy, powdery appearance, usually due to small hairs, scales, or pitting of the epidermis. Select one (1) of your best images to compete with. Submissions will be open through next Monday, 11 March 2013.

The Encyclopedia of Life Images Group on Flickr is a great way to contribute images to EOL. Have a look at the group home page for instructions, and post your questions to the group discussion.

March 05, 2013 05:28