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Jamaica and its butterflies
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Point-of-Care Technology Supports Bedside Documentation
As the conversion to an electronic health record intensifies, the question of which data-entry device works best in what environment and situation is paramount. Specifically, what is the best mix ofExpand
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Notes on Ecuadorian Butterflies. Iv. the Genus Penrosada, New (Lepidoptera, Satyridae)
The members of the genus Penrosada have heretofore been placed in the genus Lymanopoda , but they differ from the species which really belong to Lymanopoda both superficially and structurally.Expand
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Lithoserix williamsi (Siricidae: Hymenoptera) a newly recognized fossil horntail from Florissant, Colorado.
its ovipositor in relation to the body proper ved. The wing tip is not preserved. There s'l'Jgests modern Xeris spectrum. Unfortunate is a small but well defined dark stiqltla. The Scudder pit (?)Expand
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Notes on Mexican Butterflies, II, Pieridæ
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Notes on Ecuadorian Butterflies—I Steroma, Pseudosteroma and Steremnia (Satridae, Rhop.)
These three names have been applied to a small group of dull and inconspicuous Andean satyrids. Until Thieme erected Steremnia in 1906 the described species were grouped under Westwood's name,Expand
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