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Cover for Chelonia mydas (green sea turtle)

The green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas, is considered to be an endangered species and is on the Red List for Threatened Species of the...

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S. ravennae is a tall bunchgrass, with bamboo like stems producing large attractive flowers more than 3 m above the ground. The...

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L. vulgare is a perennial native to Europe and central Asia which has been introduced into the USA, Canada, New Zealand and...

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Cover for Copsychus malabaricus (White-rumped Shama)

Copsychus malabaricus is a passerine bird native to south and south-east Asia. Its popularity as a cage bird has caused significant...

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Cover for Triumfetta semitriloba (burweed)

Triumfetta semitriloba (burweed) is a weedy perennial shrub species, native to large parts of tropical and subtropical America, from...

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C. vaginiflora is an annual grass, with a native distribution ranging from northern and eastern Africa to the Middle East and India....

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Cover for Passiflora edulis (passionfruit)

P. edulis is less frequently regarded as a serious invasive when compared with the related species P. mollissima...

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Cover for Zachrysia provisoria (Cuban brown snail)

Z. provisoria is a terrestrial snail, native to Cuba, that has expanded its range to many of the Caribbean Islands. Although long...

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V. thapsusĀ is a biennial herb native to Europe, Africa and Asia. It has become naturalized in most temperate regions of the...

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Cover for Coccinella septempunctata (seven-spot ladybird)

Hodek and Michaud (2008) examined factors that could be responsible for the predominance of C. septempunctata in most habitats of the...

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