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1471026 - greenhead horse fly, Tabanus nigrovittatus (Diptera: T
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About Field Guide: Birds of the World This is not just another group for people to post random photos of birds, but it is an attempt to build an online Identification Guide of the birds of the world. The features of the bird must be clearly visible in your photo and the bird must be positively identified and tagged with its scientific (Latin) name (see below). BEFORE POSTING A PHOTO TO THE POOL, PLEASE REFER TO THE RULES AND GUIDELINES BELOW (scroll down)! (Para ler as regras em português, por favor, carreque aqui) (Para leer las reglas en español, por favor, seleccione aquí) (Per leggere le regole in italiano, per favore, clicca qui) (Pour lire les règles en français, s'il vous plaît cliquez ici.) Field Guide: Birds of the World
About the Society - our aims ... aim is to improve and disseminate knowledge of and about insect science. To achieve this we organise meetings of a general and ... help support activities that would further the Society's aims and objectives. ... The Royal Entomological Society
NPWRC :: Biological Resources Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center The mission, in part, of Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center is to work with others to assess the biotic resources of the Great Plains, to facilitate information sharing among agencies, organizations, and individuals, and to synthesize that information. To further that goal, the Center is striving to make information on the biotic resources of the Great Plains more widely available to decision-makers, resource managers, scientists, and the public. This Web site serves as a medium to provide that information.
A Tropical Garden in Philadelphia Butterflies! Academy of Natural Sciences: Philadelphia
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