Biology News
Michael Largo's 'Big, Bad Book of Botany' explains it all to you -
You have to wonder if he told his plants about his latest book, The Big, Bad Book of Botany: The World's Most Fascinating Flora (Morrow, 416 pages). They'd probably be pleased. A companion to his earlier volume The Big, Bad Book of Beasts, the new book ...

Jebel Hafeet biodiversity trail an eye-opener -
The survey aims at collecting data about terrestrial biodiversity all year round. The programme has successfully documented hundreds of species of animals, insects, birds, reptiles and plants in the emirate of Abu Dhabi — many of them endangered.

I am Groot: Is a walking, talking plant-person possible? - Fox News

Fox News
Plant communication even has some researchers in the new field of plant neurobiology considering the potential for leafy intelligence. Alien worlds, some scientists say, could theoretically birth sentient plants. But, Chamovitz said, such green ...

New Mexico Rare Plants

Albuquerque - United States

Features a rare plant list, county distribution information, pictures, and upcoming conference details.

  • Category:

    Botany - Plants

  • Image:

  • Description:

    New Mexico Rare Plant Website

New Mexico Rare Plants
United States

Descriptions, images, and range of many species.

Rare Plants of Ontario

Features a complete list, features on selected plants, glossary, and information on protecting plant habitats.

Tarantulas de Mexico
United States

Aims to provide education, awareness and conservation of arthropods, particularly tarantulas.

University of New Mexico
United States
University of New Mexico
United States
Mexico Biospeleology
United States

Reports from field investigations of biology in the underwater caves of northern Mexico.

Rare Birds of China
United States

Painting portfolio by J. Fenwick Lansdowne featuring China's rare and endangered birds.

United States

Features colorful fact sheets from the Botanical Society of America. Learn about carnivorous plant species bizarre adaptations to low-nutrient environments and thier various stratiges for capturing thier incet prey.

New Mexico Horse Project
United States

DNA survey of three bands of wild horses in New Mexico to see if they are related to the first horse to come to America during the Spanish colonial period.

New Mexico BioPark Society
United States

Aims to promote the development of the Albuquerque, New Mexico Biological Park. Includes information about the aquarium, zoo, and botanical gardens.