Thursday, May 07, 2009

From Rhincodon to Rhinichthys to Gromphadorhina and More for Thursday, May 7, 2009

Jaguar makes surprise visit to Panama island

Panthera onca

Barro Colorado Island

'Dumped' dogs turn to cannibalism

Feds: Mountain-dwelling pika may need protection;_ylt=ApLfuPkHwBMokFhZVmtra_APLBIF

Ochotona princeps

Meet the brains of the animal world

Whale of a time The tricky business of tagging the world's biggest fish

Rhinocodon typus

Feds to reconsider critical habitat for 2 fish;_ylt=AvVjlH9JFQwnhGv4sD2WeMgPLBIF

Meda fulgida

Rhinichthys cobitis

Scientists test scorpion toxin on tumors


Scorpion toxin

Gel-Based Glue Fastens Snails To Wet Surfaces, Model For Surgical Adhesive

Smith et al. Robust cross-links in molluscan adhesive gels: Testing for contributions from hydrophobic and electrostatic interactions. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2009; 152 (2): 110 DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpb.2008.10.004

Arion subfuscus

Mites On Hissing Cockroach May Benefit Humans With Allergies

Gromphadorhina portentosa

'Diving Beetle' Named After Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert

A new species of Agaporomorphus Zimmermann from Venezuela, and a review of
the A. knischi species group (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae: Copelatinae)

Inner Workings Of Human Embryonic Stem Cells

Three genes help breast cancer spread to brain

Cancer-causing Virus Associated With Higher Risk Of New HIV Infection

Aristocrat guilty of Kenya manslaughter

Thomas P. G. Cholmondeley

Wild fruit trees face extinction

White Tea: Solution To Obesity Epidemic?

White tea


Rise Of Oxygen Caused Earth's Earliest Ice Age

Origin of giant bloom discovered

Sea Salt Holds Clues To Climate Change

Carbon Balance Of Terrestrial Ecosystems In China

Organic Dairy Manure May Offer High Quality Fertilizer Option

'Stinky' Drywall Imported From China Raises Health And Safety Concerns

Swine Flu Genes Dissimilar To Past Pandemics

More than 2,000 cases of swine flu worldwide, 44 deaths: WHO

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