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Bee expert and research associate Thomas Onuferko, Ph.D. has a new species named after him, Lasioglossum onuferkoi. It was among many specimens he collected during his 2019 fieldwork.
Museum botanists have identified more than 140 species of vascular plants collected during their field expedition to Agguttinni Territorial Park in the summer of 2021.
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- Tom Reaume: A Life Full of Possibilities
Join Amira El Khateeb as she introduces readers to a sample of wild plant sketches by Tom Reaume.
- The Extraordinary Kinonge (Salmon) River and Its Unique Eastern Pearlshell Mussels
Join the museum’s André Martel as he introduces readers to the Eastern pearlshell mussel of the Kinonge River.
"Historically a fraction of philanthropy has gone to nature and this must change. Nature is central to our future—the connections between healthy people and a healthy planet become more obvious every day."
– Meg Beckel, the Canadian Museum of Nature's President and CEO