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10 July 2017

Massive database of 182,000 leaves is helping predict plants’ family trees [Nature - News]

The technique could be used on everything from flowers to cells to examine the factors that influence the shapes of plant parts.

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10 July 2017

Spiders lure bees for dinner by making flowers look flashier [New Scientist]

Ambush hunters normally rely on the element of surprise, opting to stay hidden until the moment of attack. But some spiders go for a flashier strategy. They reflect UV light, which makes the flowers they sit on appealing to bees – a bizarre strategy that has evolved multiple times in crab spiders, which ambush their prey instead of catching it in webs.

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10 July 2017

Stanislas Wroza : l’approche sonore pour étudier et identifier les oiseaux [Ornithomedia]

Le créateur du blog Soundbirding.org nous parle des possibilités sous-exploitées de cette approche et nous donne des conseils pour enregistrer les oiseaux.

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10 July 2017

DNA evidence is rewriting domestication origin stories [ScienceNews]

Fresh ideas emerge about the origins of humans’ relationships with their favorite species.

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7 July 2017

Frogs may have evolved the first kneecaps on Earth [New Scientist]

Frogs legs have sprung a big surprise – contrary to textbook biology, they have primitive kneecaps.

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