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... greater. Here's a screen capture of the Snarfer interface. The left hand panel lists the feeds that I have subscribed to with the ... part of the left hand panel and the title of each item in the currently selected feed appears in the lower part of that panel ... on a particular item title from the lower left hand panel. Sage updates feeds on request. On the left hand side of the screenshot (just below ...
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Generalized morphology of Division Sphenophyta
Generalized morphology of Division Sphenophyta Generalized morphology of Division Sphenophyta Photomicrographs. Above: w.m. spores with elaters; at 10x, c.s. of Equisetum stems. Lower left: l.s. of strobilus at 4x; middle: c.s. of strobilus at 40x; w.m. homosporous gametophyte. Return to Main Menu Division Sphenophyta
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C.flava10
C.flava10 The Species Orchid Society of Western Australia (Inc) Ron Heberle's Caladenias Caladenia flava-latifolia-Hybrid 10 BACK C.flava, lower left. C.latifolia, upper left. Hybrid on the right. From Youngs Siding BACK NEXT
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Fuchsia Society
... lower left of this page. For details of the Wellington Fuchsia Society Show Day see their web page via the link at the lower left ... branches to which members may belong is shown on the left of the map and contact details are supplied below. There ... of The National Fuchsia Society of N.Z. 2006 From the left; Trevor Gamblin; Vice President, Catherine Nunweek; Treasurer, Marion Prestney; Secretary, James ...
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Visitor Center Construction
... or concrete block but the aggregate, called cinders, came from the left-over noncombustible chunks from burning anthracite coal which was used ... different angle. Dec. 24, 1941 Notice the shadow of the construction shack lower left and the wooden planks laid over the mud to allow ... is not complete at this point. Careful observation of the left side of the building will reveal the railings going down ...
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Visitor Center Construction
... or concrete block but the aggregate, called cinders, came from the left-over noncombustible chunks from burning anthracite coal which was used ... different angle. Dec. 24, 1941 Notice the shadow of the construction shack lower left and the wooden planks laid over the mud to allow ... is not complete at this point. Careful observation of the left side of the building will reveal the railings going down ...
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Untitled Document
... A. fissuratus in Japanese). page 16 Lower-Left fig. Deeply-grooved form page 17 Middle-Left ... cluster Lower-Left ... divided tubercle form (expensive in Japan ... Left mid: large specimen Left Bot: large cluster Right top: spiraled- tubercles Right mid: crested Right bot: enormous crested specimen page 26 Left top: circle-shaped crest. Left upper mid: double flower Left lower mid: variegated Left ...
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Astrophytum Hand Book
... Left Original type page 12 & 13 Several types of Super Kabuto page 14 Right upper & middle: Super Hanazono ------- It starts here as ordinary A. asterias -------- Right lower & Left upper: Ohkan type Left Middle & lower: Starfish type. page 15 Large A. asterias U right: nudum type M right: It seems just limit to grow. M left : 22 centimeter! Lower ...
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Deep Green Hyperbolic Trees
... dragging on the nodes. The display can be modified by using the panel at the lower left of the screen. Searches can be run by typing target words in a box in ...
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Green Plant Hyperbolic tree demonstration (research)
Green Plant Hyperbolic tree demonstration (research) Hyperbolic Tree Demonstration from Deep Green Research Tree Click on any part of the tree (or click and drag) to modify the context. The panel at the lower left alters the display and allows searches. Double click on any of the named nodes to display other links. Hosted by the University Herbarium, University of California at Berkeley
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