Did you ever think that all isopods look the same? Then check this out! The isopod research community is just getting started putting these online, and there are thousands of species of isopods at sea, on land, and in fresh water. Stay tuned as more of these crustaceans are posted to EOL from all over the world.
"EOLv2 is a wonderful, free, and convenient resource for researching everything about organisms. Additionally, it is an excellent teaching tool. Summing Up: Highly recommended." — T. S. H. Chan, SUNY Oswego
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The Encyclopedia of Life is being featured as part of National Geographic’s Schoolyard BioBlitz toolkit for Environmental Education Week, April 15-21, 2012. Participants can use EOL to learn more about biodiversity or try one of our backyard or school yard BioBlitz activities.
The Biodiversity Synthesis Center’s Newsletter brings you reports and updates on past and future synthesis meetings, research and outreach projects from BioSynC and postings from the Encyclopedia of Life.
Based at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, The Biodiversity Synthesis Group is dedicated to advancing biodiversity science through diverse meetings, workshops, research programs, and digital media learning programs.