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Updated: 5 December, 2011

  • 5 January, 2012
    • Derek Sikes' database for Nicrophorus species is now mapping: Go to Discover Life, click on the mapper, and enter "DDS" in the "kind(s) or database(s) to map." Thank you, Derek, for your contribution!
  • 5 December, 2011
    • We are planning Spring and Fall Natural History Surveys in partnership with the Nature Research Center, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. These surveys will be 24-hour multi-site, multi-state events to study ants, bees, moths, lichens, wildflowers, salamanders and other targeted groups. For details see events. We hope that you will join us and participate at a site near you.
  • 11 November, 2011
    • Publications that used Discover Life data can now be shared on our Citations page, which you can access by going to "Research" on the main navigation banner. If you have items to share, email dl@discoverlife.org with "Citations" in the subject line.
    • Synonyms and species names are now italicized on our species pages and cheklists.
  • 9 November, 2011
    • John Pickering and Nancy Lowe taught macro photography and Discover Life protocols to a Master Naturalists class at the Chattahoochee Nature Center.
  • 7 November, 2011
    • John Pickering gave the keynote address to the Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative conference.
  • 6 November, 2011
    • Albert Meier and partners launched the Kentucky Natural History Survey. We congratulate Kentucky and look forward to supporting this endeavor!
  • 21 October, 2011
  • 20 October, 2011
      Justin Long and Liz Sellers started our list-serv: discover-life-news@googlegroups.com .
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