Blaze the Way for Biodiversity Research with BioTrails

Discover: Our earth is home to approximately 9 million eukaryotic species. Plus or minus a million or so. While it’s a trifle embarrassing that we don’t know exactly how many or even what other inhabitants share our world, it’s no small task to enumerate the earth’s biodiversity. Biologists currently identify animals, plants, and fungi by careful observation- color patterns, morphological differences, distinct behaviors and other features that depend on an expertly trained human eye. But species are also uniquely......

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