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Chalcidoid wasps now have an excellent database all their own thanks to John Noyes of London's Natural History Museum. The Universal Chalcidoidea Database contains an extensive set of taxonomic and bibliographic records...
The Natural History Museum in London presents images of three trilobites from Morocco recently added to the museum collection. Unlike most fossils -- often flattened by the weight of surrounding sediment during...
London's Natural History Museum presents Country Cures, an "interactive project to gather information about the sometimes familiar, often surprising, use of plants in traditional medicine." Readers are highly encouraged...
An excellent resource for entomologists, this Butterflies and Moths of the World website was created by Brian Pitkin and Paul Jenkins of the Natural History Museum in London (NHM). The site was designed "to compile a...
Do you know your Gallinimus from your Barosaurus? If not, it may be high time to take a close look at The Natural History Museum's Dino Directory. Updated regularly, the Dino Directory provides basic information on...
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