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Digital Biology Resources

This site from BIODIDAC has images of thousands of organisms or parts of organisms, organized by genus and their scientific name. Images range from pen and ink drawings, annotated images, and color drawings to photographs. Click on "images" to begin
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This site from BIODIDAC has images of thousands of organisms or parts of organisms, organized by genus and their scientific name. Images range from pen and ink drawings, annotated images, and color drawings to photographs. Click on "images" to begin browsing or searching by genus.

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