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Old 10-26-2009, 07:39 PM   #1
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frog Frog Fungus Hammering Biodiversity Of Communities

Frog Fungus Hammering Biodiversity Of Communities
ScienceDaily (Sep. 23, 2009) Sometimes to see something properly, you have to stand farther back. This is true of Chuck Close portraits where a patchwork of many small faces changes into one giant face as you back away.

Frog Fungus Hammering Biodiversity Of Communities
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"We're witnessing the McDonaldization of the frog communities," says Kevin G. Smith, Ph.D., associate director of the Tyson Research Center at Washington University in St. Louis...
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