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8 mars 2017

Study of woodpecker social groups sparks debate [Phys]

New research from the University of St Andrews has sparked debate about what it takes to live in stable, long-lasting social groups.

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8 mars 2017

La flore africaine dévoilée [IRD]

Riche et multiple, la biodiversité des forêts tropicales africaines n’en est pas moins méconnue. Elle est aujourd’hui mise en lumière à travers un remarquable inventaire.

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5 mars 2017

Plantes et champignons pour dépolluer le sol [Radio-Canada]

Maxime Fortin Faubert combine deux approches pour décontaminer les sols de friches industrielles, pollués aux hydrocarbures et aux métaux lourds : la phytoremédiation, utilisant les plantes, et la mycoremédiation, utilisant les champignons.

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5 mars 2017

Stubborn wasp queens pass their personality on to their colony [New Scientist]

Annoying and stubborn ! That’s how most of us would characterise the wasps that buzz around our food when we try to enjoy a quiet lunch outside.
But there may be more to wasp personality than this, according to work led by Colin Wright at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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5 mars 2017

Newly discovered Tanzanian frog already facing extinction [Mongabay]

Genetic analysis of a spiny-throated reed frog hidden in museum collections has revealed it to be a new species. But recent surveys of its heavily deforested habitat have failed to find more.

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