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This website provides a cumulative checklist for the lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi of the continental United States of America and Canade. The checklist consists of cumulative updates to the most recently published North American checklist by Esslinger and Egan (1995). The style and conventions for listings used in the publication are also generally followed here. [Information of the supplier, modified]
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2018-03-23 — 2018-03-25, Toronto
The AGA Symposium will be held at Hart House on the University of Toronto campus in Toronto, Canada. [Information of the supplier]
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Algae are photosynthetic organisms that occur in most habitats. They vary from small, single-celled forms to complex multicellular forms, such as the giant kelps that grow to 65 meters in length. The Algal Collection of the U.S. National Herbarium is represented by nearly 300,000 accessioned and inventoried herbarium specimens preserved on herbarium sheets, microscope slides or liquid preparations. The collection is comprised of marine, estuarine, freshwater, terrestrial (including cave) and airborne ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The Bird Guide is part of a comprehensive offering of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and presents a taxonomic database of the most abundant bird species of North America. A search in the database can be made with English or scientific names; browsing in the species list is only possible with English names. Because of this, a video gallery of some bird species is shown alongside the database. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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This site concerns Amelanchier, a member of the Rosaceae (rose) family. The purpose of this site is to present information about the systematics and evolution of these attractive small trees and shrubs, which are commonly called shadbushes, serviceberries, juneberries, sugarplums, and numerous other common names. Amelanchier grows primarily in early successional habitats of the North Temperate Zone. The genus is most diverse taxomically in North America, especially in the northern United States and ... [Information of the supplier]
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We are people who care about – and for – forests. American Forests, the oldest national nonprofit conservation organization in the country, advocates for the protection and expansion of America’s forests. Since 1990, we have planted nearly 40 million trees. We restore watersheds to help provide clean drinking water. We replant forests destroyed by human action and by natural disasters. Our work is guided by science: choosing the right mix of trees for particular locations, the best trees to act ... [Information of the supplier]
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The American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (ASIH) is an international organization devoted to the scientific fields of ichthyology and herpetology.Its primary emphases are to increase knowledge about fishes, amphibians and reptiles, communicate that knowledge through publications, conferences, and other methods, encourage and support young scientists who will make future advances in these fields. [Information of the supplier]
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Animal Diversity Web (ADW) is an online database of animal natural history, distribution, classification, and conservation biology at the University of Michigan. Animal Diversity Web has: ¹ Thousands of species accounts about individual animal species. These may include text, pictures of living animals, photographs and movies of specimens, and/or recordings of sounds. Students write the text of these accounts and we cannot guarantee their accuracy. ¹ Descriptions of levels of organization above the ... [Information of the supplier]
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The Birds of North and Middle America Checklist is the official source on the taxonomy of birds found in North and Middle America, including adjacent islands. This list is produced by the North American Classification Committee (NACC), an official committee of the American Ornithologists' Union. The geographic area covered includes North and Central America from the North Pole to the boundary of Panama and Colombia, including the adjacent islands under the jurisdiction of the included nations; the ... [Information of the supplier]
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The purposes of this Society are both educational and scientific. Our goals are to promote and encourage the discovery and exchange of information regarding primates, and anyone engaged in scientific primatology or who is interested in supporting these goals may apply for membership. The Society is established as a nonprofit corporation under the nonprofit laws of the State of Washington and the United States of America. [Information of the supplier]
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