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32. Bovista is the development of a new, individually adaptable enclosure for use in building automation systems and many other fields of electronics.
BOVISTA Enclosures Product Drawings Last Updated 6/17/2008
Bovista, Mycenastrum, and Other Puffballs of the Carden Alvar
Bovista pila, which seemed to be the commonest other Bovista present in Ontario, growing in the shrubby and wooded areas.
Pacific Northwest Fungi
Taxomomy, ecology and phylogenetic relationships of Bovista
ORIGINAL ARTICLE. Taxomomy, ecology and phylogenetic relationships of Bovista pusilla and B. limosa in North Europe.

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What the non-doctor might order
*Bovista, or puffball. “You see this in the forest. If you step on it, it cracks and shoots out spores,” said Ms.
"Enda alternativet för fruktbutiken - flytta"
Nu har Jnytt fått tag på hyresvärden och förvaltningsföretaget Bovista som ger sin bild av tvisten med fruktbutiken i Huskvarna. Foto: Erik Davidsson I måndags träffade Jnytt Huskvarna Fruktcenters ägare som talade ut om den långa härvan.
Byggboom för de stora
Det danska moderbolaget gick i konkurs redan 2008 men svenska dotterbolaget Centerplan Nordic Invest drivs vidare liksom förvaltningsbolaget Bovista. Centerplans danska konkursbo äger dessutom ett antal lägenheter på Långströmsgatan direkt.

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Bovista - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bovista is a genus of fungi in the family Agaricaceae, commonly known as the true puffballs.
Homeopathy World - A tale of Bovista
A tale of Bovista - remedy for warriors on the move rubric for imprisonment, but it only contained two remedies (Bovista and Cervus brasilicus aka Campestris).
Bovista - Homeopathic Remedies
Overview of Bovista (Bov) as a homeopathic remedy.
California Fungi: Bovista plumbea
Bovista plumbea Pers.: Pers. Bovista plumbea is a small, globose puffball, white when young, greyish in age, attached to the substrate by a tuft of mycelium.
Scleroderma bovista (MushroomExpert.Com)
The spores of Scleroderma bovista are very spiny, and partially (not completely) reticulate.

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