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  • adjective ecology Very diverse


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  • Steve Sailer's own experience with his hyperdiverse neighborhood in Chicago - one where nobody was really willing to do anything for or with individuals from other groups.

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  • Four new Neotropical plant species in the hyperdiverse genus Solanum (Solanaceae), which includes plants as diverse as the deadly nightshade as well as the more palatable tomato have been published in the open access online-only - Articles related to Global climate change causing decline in lizard species

  • When you ask "where did the species that colonized that hyperdiverse stretch of the Congo come from?" how far back are you able to go?

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  • Wilson EO (2003) Pheidole in the New World: A dominant, hyperdiverse genus.

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