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Phytophilia = Love of Plants. BRIT’s mission is to conserve our natural heritage by deepening our knowledge of the plant world and achieving public understanding of the value plants bring to life.
Part II — “Rancho Chivato, Sierra de las Cacachilas” Botany Team Colleagues: Dr. Jon Rebman (SDNHM, San Diego Natural History Museum ) John LaGrange (SDNHM) Dr. Alfonso
Part I—“Bighorn Sheep Habitat, Sierra Tres Virgenes” Colleagues: Dr. Alan Harper, Benjamin Wilder, Rodrigo Rentería Guides and muleteers: Jesus “Chuyito” Arce Ojeda and wife María
Cold, foreign, and practically inaccessible, I think many people view Alaska as analogous to the end of the earth. There are few that brave the
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