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This webring is for websites about Biology, Botany, Ecology, Genetics, Microbiology, Scientific Evolution, Zoology, animals, plants, and related subdivisions and topics, including books and other references, resources for biologists, information and discussions, and much more.

 

 

 

 

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Site gives an extensive list of books about Birds, Birdwatching, Ornithology & Ornithologists, and some Domestic and Pet Birds, that are currently available.
   Mollusca from San Pedro Channel, Calif. Preview Go
Article gives list of marine mollusks dredged from the San Pedro Channel in southern California.
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Radiobiology information


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Bringing women the latest scientific discoveries that are important and interesting to them.
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Directory of Biology Books. Links to Amazon.
   Butterflies Preview Go
Books and Information on Butterflies
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List of Book and information on Female Scientists
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I became interested in the European Honeybee (Apis mellifera) after speaking with a local beekeeper. I live downtown in a small city, about 60 miles South of Atlanta, Ga. Currently, I have 4 hives that I maintain in an "urban" setting. There are many ornamental & decorative plants, bushes, trees and shrubs in this area that are beneficial to the honeybee and the production of honey
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The "Arachnids and Insects WebRing" features websites wholly or partially about the invertebrate animals Arachnids and Insects. Arachnids have eight legs and include spiders, scorpions and ticks. Insects have three pairs of jointed legs and include ants, bees, beetles, butterflies & moths, crickets & grasshoppers, dragonflies, flies, mosquitos, termites, and a great variety of other "bugs". If you have more than one webpage about this subject, you may add all of them.
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