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Biodiversity: The 'lost kingdom' of amazing fungi - Deutsche Welle


Deutsche Welle
Biodiversity: The 'lost kingdom' of amazing fungi. Only a fraction of the world's species of fungi have an official name. Two scientists have been identifying organisms in the tropical forests of Ecuador which have never before been logged. Fungi ...

Deep in the Honduran Rain Forest, an Ecological SWAT Team Explores a Lost World - The New Yorker


The New Yorker
When the discovery of this apparently forgotten world was first reported, Conservation International, one of the world's leading environmental organizations, sent a team of twelve biologists into the valley to do a “rapid assessment” of its ecology ...

Celebrating biodiversity: Let's hear it for Ireland's wildlife Our flora ... - Irish Examiner


Irish Examiner
Intrepid and tireless wildlife campaigners, such as David Attenborough and Steve Irwin, have brought the wonders of the natural world, and the many threats it ...

Biodiversity of the World

Shepherdstown, West Virginia - United States

Biodiversity of the World is part of an integrated webnet system that together make up Nature Worldwide, the official website of the World Institute for Conservation and Environment, WICE. It is part of an seamlessly integrated network of non-profit web sites dealing with biodiversity conservation and nature, without change of format. Nature Worldwide deals with different topics on nature, the biodiversity conservation, natural resources management and most and for all, on nature and national parks and protected areas and biodiversity.

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A growing taxonomic database and information system that aims at documenting all presently known species (about 1.7 million). Taxonomic trees, descriptions, synonyms, literature citations, and molecular database queries.

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Interactive map illustrating the biodiversity of the Earth's terrestrial, marine, and freshwater environments.

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Designed to help students, families, and teachers explore the natural world and their places in it. From the American Museum of Natural History.

World Resources Institute: Biodiversity and Protected Areas
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Features resources which outline the causes of biodiversity loss and opportunities to prevent biological impoverishment.

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Includes details of research projects and plans in the U.K., news, and library services.

Conus Biodiversity
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A guide to the systematics of Conus, a large group of predatory snails known for their potent neurotoxic venoms and the largest genus of marine animals.

Biodiversity Counts
United States

Middle-school science program that gets students out of the classroom and into the field to study biodiversity. Created by the American Museum of Natural History.

United States

Hypertext book by Peter J. Bryant offering extensive information and web resources.

California's Biodiversity
United States

Bio-di-ver-si-ty: The variety of living organisms that inhabit a particular region or place

Biodiversity Project
United States

Working to make people aware of the importance of biodiversity and to build their commitment to saving it.