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- Sacred Space: Circles and Altars
- The magic circle or sphere is a well-defined, non-physical temple. There are two main types -- those used by ceremonial magicians are designed to protect the magician from the forces he or she raises. Our circles are used to create sacred space to commune...
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- Rediscovery of Chacodelphys: A South American marsupial genus
- the Argentinean provinces of Chaco and. Formosa.
- Claudia Mercolli
- (26º10'53”S, 58º56'39”W) within the Humid Chaco biogeographical region. The Reserve is fenced to keep cattle out and hunting is prohibited.
- Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psycodidae) fauna in the Chaco region
- in the eastern, humid Chaco (HC) region or the western, dry Chaco (DC) region.
- Effects of fire and cattle grazing on amphibians and lizards in
- ORIGINAL PAPER. Effects of fire and cattle grazing on amphibians and lizards in northeastern Argentina (Humid Chaco). Paula D.
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- Forest Change in Paraguay, 1990-2000 Seen from Space
- In the center of the country, in the lowlands around the Río Paraguay, is the alternately wooded and swampy Humid Chaco. To the east are scattered remnants of the Atlantic Forest, a tropical forest ecologically distinct from the Amazon Rainforest.
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- Humid Chaco - definition of Humid Chaco by the Free Online
- Gran Cha·co (grän chä k ). A lowland plain of central South America divided among Paraguay, Bolivia, and Argentina. The arid plain is largely uninhabited.
- Pteridium aquilinum (bracken fern) toxicity in cattle in the humid
- We studied the toxicity caused by chronic ingestion of Pteridium aquilinum ( bracken) in cattle in the humid Chaco of Tarija, Bolivia.
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