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View Resource A sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in a small breeding stream in southwestern Alaska.

A sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in a small breeding stream in southwestern Alaska. Adult sockeye lay their eggs in the gravel of streams, rivers, or along the beaches of lakes in late summer...

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View Resource A periodical cicada (Magicicada sp.) molts on the side of a tree after emerging from underground.

A periodical cicada (left) has mostly freed itself from its old exoskeleton (right). The cicada's new exoskeleton is light in color and has not yet hardened. Every 13 or 17 years, periodical cicadas...

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View Resource A parsnip webworm (Depressaria pastinacella) feeds on wild parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) in the Netherlands.

A parsnip webworm (Depressaria pastinacella) feeds on wild parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) in the Netherlands. Both species are native to Europe and were introduced to North America, where they exist...

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View Resource A close-up view of Aloe vryheidensis flowers with dark-colored nectar visible.

Floral nectar is offered by plants to animals as a reward for pollination. Nectar is usually clear and contains sugar and trace amounts of amino acids. Colored nectar also occurs, but is less common....

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View Resource Wood frog (Rana sylatica) egg masses visible just below the water surface of a newly thawed temperate pond in spring.

Soon after temperate ponds thaw and fill with melting snow, wood frogs (Rana sylatica) lay their spherical egg masses and attach them to vegetation just below the water surface. Compared to some...

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