Archivos de diario de mayo 2018

05 de mayo de 2018

UCR Scientist Rediscovers Insect Lost For 105 Years.

Adriean Mayor, a research associate in entomology, rediscovered the species in April during ongoing field research in California. Mayor said the beetle, Trichochrous kernensis, has only been seen once before, in 1913, when the five original specimens were collected near the town of Havilah in Kern County.

https://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/53321

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UCR Scientist Rediscovers Insect Lost For 105 Years.

Adriean Mayor, a research associate in entomology, rediscovered the species in April during ongoing field research in California. Mayor said the beetle, Trichochrous kernensis, has only been seen once before, in 1913, when the five original specimens were collected near the town of Havilah in Kern County.

https://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/53321

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09 de mayo de 2018

Yolo Habitat Conservation Plan heads for final approval.

Western burrowing owls, valley elderberry longhorn beetles and giant garter snakes are among the dozen species protected under the 50-year conservation plan local governments will consider for approval over the next two months.

https://www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/yolo-habitat-conservation-plan-heads-for-final-approval/

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26 de mayo de 2018

Can Locals in Napa Stave Off a Troublesome Mega-Vineyard?

In California wine country, environmentalists and vintners have kept an uneasy peace. Corporate overreach and damage to the environment are threatening to fracture it.

https://psmag.com/environment/troublesome-mega-vineyard-in-napa

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Who knew Star Wars characters looked so stellar reimagined as life-like bugs?

Set your bulging bug eyes on these incredible images, stemming from U.K. based illustrator Richard Wilkinson’s series, Insects From A Far Away Galaxy, which renders life-like bugs as our favorite Star Wars characters, and then scientifically names them, replete with clever Latin roots.

http://www.syfy.com/syfywire/who-knew-star-wars-characters-looked-so-stellar-reimagined-as-life-like-bugs

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