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Generation 7 By Ross Richdale
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On the planet of Delpe, eighty light years from Earth, 1300 human settlers, descended from a stranded starship crew, have been at war with the crucnon, the native intelligent species of insect... More > creatures, for seven generations. When a flying female named Jaddig Qarte crashes in human territory she is befriended by human, Holly Jurjevics, Generation 7 Leader. Holly finds the clicker a compassionate creature with high moral values, not the ruthless killer expected. Later, it is discovered that Jaddig is genetically related to Holly but how can this be so? And why has this information been suppressed by earlier human generations? Who are the crucks, a new species who attack both the human settlement and the Crucnons? How will the humans survive? Will the long lost Earth bases and shuttle craft, their one hope of leaving the planet be found? And what of Jaddig and the thousands of her hybrid species? Where do they belong?< Less
The Ecology of a Tallgrass Treasure: Audubon’s Spring Creek Prairie By Paul Johnsgard
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This book describes the major plant and animal components of Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center, an 850-acre National Audubon Society tallgrass prairie in Lancaster County, southeastern Nebraska. In... More > addition to providing a species list of the area’s plants (368 species), there are comprehensive annotated lists of its birds (240), mammals (43), reptiles (23), and amphibians (10). There are also variably complete annotated lists of the area’s butterflies (76), sphinx moths (30), silk moths (7), dragonflies (24), damselflies (11), grasshoppers (9), katydids (11), mantids (2), and walkingsticks (2). Brief profiles of life histories and ecologies of 55 animal and 7 plant species are included, as well as information on nearly 100 public-access native grasslands in eastern Nebraska. The text comprises more than 68,000 words, 400 references, and a glossary of 125 biological/scientific terms as well as more than 40 line drawings by the author.< Less
Flora Neomexicana I : Annotated Checklist By Kelly W. Allred
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The 3783 species (and 4204 total taxa) of vascular plants occurring in the wild in New Mexico are listed, with synonymy, common names, whether native or exotic, references, and a complete accounting... More > of all names that have been reported for New Mexico. Also included is an introduction to the climate, geologic history, soils, ecoregions, vegetation types, botanical history, and endemic, exotic, and noxious plants of the state. This is the second edition, paper-cover.< Less
Flora Neomexicana I : Annotated Checklist By Kelly W. Allred
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The 3783 species (and 4204 total taxa) of vascular plants occurring in the wild in New Mexico are listed, with synonymy, common names, whether native or exotic, references, and a complete accounting... More > of all names that have been reported for New Mexico. Also included is an introduction to the climate, geologic history, soils, ecoregions, vegetation types, botanical history, and endemic, exotic, and noxious plants of the state. This is the second edition, hard-cover.< Less
Flora Neomexicana I : Annotated Checklist By Kelly W. Allred
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The 3783 species (and 4204 total taxa) of vascular plants occurring in the wild in New Mexico are listed, with synonymy, common names, whether native or exotic, references, and a complete accounting... More > of all names that have been reported for New Mexico. Also included is an introduction to the climate, geologic history, soils, ecoregions, vegetation types, botanical history, and endemic, exotic, and noxious plants of the state. This is the second edition, pdf-version.< Less
FOOD & SURVIVAL PLANTS ALONG THE PACIFIC CREST TRAIL Handbook 1: Border to Warner Springs By Ray Vizgirdas
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The Food & Survival Plants along the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) series of handbooks is the culmination of almost 20 years of field work. These handbooks were created to introduce hikers to the... More > abundance of wild and native foods along this 2,650-mile long trail. This is the first of the six handbooks developed for the through- and section-hikers of the PCT, and covers the first 110 miles from the Mexican border to Warner Springs. There are over 200 species of edible, useful, and medicinal plants in this short section of the PCT.< Less
Managing Leafcutter and Mason Bees By Eric Mader
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Prior to the honey bee’s introduction from Europe, America was home to approximately 4,000 native bee species, the majority of which nest underground or in wood cavities like hollow stems and... More > beetle borer holes. Several of these wild bees can and do play an important role as crop pollinators. This book provides the basic information necessary to manage populations of solitary cavity-nesting leafcutter and mason bees. Various members of these species are effective pollinators of all major bee-pollinated crops. These bees are extremely gentle, and rarely sting, making them a safe alternative to honey bees for small farms and near urban areas. In addition, these bees can be maintained at a lower cost than honey bees, and they are not susceptible to the same pathogen issues that have devastated honey bees. While this book was originally developed for Wisconsin audiences, the principles are readily applicable to leafcutter and mason beekeeping worldwide. < Less
Azura By Olga Burshtun
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Back in 1820, during the expedition in an icy den of Alexandra Land, Mikhail Lazarev discovered the remains of unknown species and took them to the mainland. For hundreds years, scientists,... More > representatives of the secret community "Sofia", tried to revive the mysterious creature, but numerous studies have created a brand new species. Alice, the girl of twelve, is such representative. Having lost her mother and father, due to a mental disorder and a rare genetic disease, she for a long time has been wandering between the real world and the one created by her imagination. In one of such wanderings she meets up with extraordinary creatures whose very existence stirs the human mind since time immemorial. The dreamcatchers, a constant attribute of Native American shamans, like a mazes are a clue to ancient mysteries that lie beyond the real world.< Less
Effects of Prescribed Fire in the Coastal Prairies of Texas By U.S. Geological Survey & U.S. Department of the Interior
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Prescribed fire is widely applied for habitat management in coastal ecosystems. Fire management plans typically list a variety of objectives for prescribed burning, including succession management,... More > promotion of native flora and fauna, providing habitat for species of importance, wildfire risk reduction (fuels management), as well as reduction and/or prevention of invasive species. In most cases, the information needed to determine the degree to which management objectives are met is not available. This study sought to provide an assessment of key objectives of fire management at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Texas Mid-coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex. The main purpose of this work was to provide information and recommendations that will support Region 2 of the USFWS in the conduct of their fire and habitat management activities in the Western Gulf coast region. There were four main components of this project...< Less
Artichokes Recipes By Olivia Smith
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He globe artichoke (cynara cardunculus var. Scolymus) is a variety of a species of thistle cultivated as a food. The edible portion of the plant consists of the flower buds before the flowers come... More > into bloom. The budding artichoke flower-head is a cluster of many budding small flowers (an inflorescence), together with many bracts, on an edible base. Once the buds bloom, the structure changes to a coarse, barely edible form. Another variety of the same species is the cardoon, a perennial plant native to the mediterranean region. Both wild forms and cultivated varieties (cultivars) exist. In italy, artichoke hearts in oil are the usual vegetable for "spring" section of the "four seasons" pizza (with olives for summer, mushrooms for autumn, and prosciutto for winter). Try Our Artichokes Recipes And Be Healthy And Enjoy. This book contains artichokes recipes like…< Less

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