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We will continue to incorporate more taxa into our trials as the Garden further develops its recommended list of best plants for roof gardens.
Upham also made reference to taxa otherwise known from the Campanian Judith River Formation of Montana.
1991, Archawaranon 2002), or subpopulations (Helbig 1991) where two intraspecific taxa come into contact.
The rotifer has toes of equal length like Monommata aequalis (Ehrenberg, 1830), but differs from it having a smaller body and uniformly wide blade-like toes, which to our knowledge are dissimilar from the previously described Monommata taxa.
Both taxa have been recorded to range from the Colonograptus ludensis graptolite Z.
Results--Cluster analysis of macroinvertebrate taxa indicated the existence of two major groups of sample sites corresponding to either the main channel where didymo was abundant or the side channel where didymo was seemingly rare or absent (Fig.
2]), taxa richness, Shannon diversity (H'), and % EPT [the percentage of total organisms in the orders Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera] (Resh & Jackson 1993; Magurran 2004).
Although the cut-off date of the bibliography is 2010, names of more recently described taxa are included.
Taxa were entered at the level of identification published by the original analysts, whether to species or genera, at the more general level of family (or 'type'), or according to body size (e.
Distribution and frequency data for all taxa are a culmination of years of fieldwork, extensive survey of herbaria and literature collections, and diligent exchange of information with local and foreign specialists.
The six 48"x36" Taxa paintings feature two categories of species: those that are extinct or in decline, and those that have either come back from the brink of extinction or are out-competing native species in lands where they were introduced.
Of the 44 taxa (species, subspecies, and morphotypes) they describe, 25 have no defined studies of their distribution or ecological attributes in Idaho.