- Rising CO2 levels alter species interactions
- Pseudolithophyllum muricatum overgrows other coralline algae and barnacles at Tatoosh Island, WA. Coralline algae compete for space via overgrowth interactions on shorelines worldwide. Global climate change may actually be setting the stage for greater ...
- Rising carbon dioxide levels alter species' interactions
- Global climate change may actually be setting the stage for greater species diversity in the Pacific Northwest. And that could be both positive and negative, depending on the species. As the climate changes, scientists have been closely monitoring what ...
- Wines from Langhorne Creek and beyond
- So maybe 11 woulda been better. Fruit obsessives might call it tropical. To me it's a bit like the Pepino melon, Solanum muricatum, which is not really a melon but can be delicious raw if its really ripe and its bitterness has done a runner.
- Põnev leid seemnepoes: melon-maavits
- Eestikeelset kirjandust melon-maavitsa (Solanum muricatum) kasvatamise kohta on siiani üsna vähe. Üht-teist on küll Leopold Meensalu teoses “Peenralt potti”, kuid ikkagi tuleb appi võtta internet. Asjalikke näpunäiteid jagab hobiaednikele üks Šotimaa ...
- Large, Strange Fish at the "Last Wild Island"
- We have just returned from our third and final study site in our ongoing search for bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) in the Solomon Islands.
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