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Press Release 12-173
Stemming the Tide of Biodiversity Loss on Earth

National Science Foundation awards new grants for studies of "Dimensions of Biodiversity"

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Image of endemic jellyfish in Jellyfish Lake in Palau.

Jellyfish Lake in Palau has millions of endemic jellyfish, Mastigias papua etpisoni.

Credit: Michael Dawson


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Image of beach strawberry, Fragaria chiloensis, at Schooner Gulch State Park in California.

Beach strawberry, Fragaria chiloensis, at Schooner Gulch State Park in California.

Credit: Gerald and Buff Corsi


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Image of a Miconia racemosa seedling growing in forest understory in Puerto Rico.

Seedling of a plant called Miconia racemosa, growing in forest understory in Puerto Rico.

Credit: Nathan Swenson


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Image of Boca Grande River, Coiba Island, Panama.

Aquatic fungi will be sampled in the Boca Grande River, Coiba Island, Panama.

Credit: Kevan Mantell


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Image of a carnivorous caterpillar grasping prey in Hawaii.

A carnivorous caterpillar in Hawaii: It has hairs that are triggers for grabbing prey.

Credit: Karl Magnacca


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Image of a fruit fly gut stained red and yellow.

Gut from a fruit fly feeding on a diet stained red; some regions of the gut are stained yellow.

Credit: Angela Douglas


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