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Rebel Lounge opens in Phoenix's former Mason Jar

. less The Atlas Moth headlined the opening night of the Rebel Lounge on Thursday, May 20, with a set of heavy yet hypnotic psychedelic stoner rock. The band followed two other extremely heavy local acts, Take Over and Destroy and Gatecreeper. ..., 4 days ago
The Rebel Lounge opens in former Mason Jar location Arizona Business Magazine, 1 month ago

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Rare Atlas moths photographed mating at Tree Point Conservation Reserve near Darwin (ABC)

Birds do it, bees do it — and now there is photographic evidence that a rare species of moth does
 Yahoo! News Australia2 months ago
ABC Online

The buzz about citizen science

Manu Saunders admits her passion for pollinator insects including bees, wasps and flies isn't shared universally. "They are the least loved...there's this myth they are creepy crawly, bitey and annoying and we don't want them around." However ...
 ABC Online2 minutes ago

Algeria's Reforms to Lift Agchem Market

The desire by North Africa's hydrocarbon-rich Algeria to increase the contribution of its agriculture to the country's economy and to accelerate reforms in the sector could be the main drivers of the region's agrochemicals market in coming years. ...
 Farm Chemicals International3 days ago

Highlights from Devon Show 2015

Olivia Midgley reports from the livestock lines at Westpoint, Exeter Exhibitors showed their animals in the interbreed classes on the second day of the show Thousands of people descended on the Westpoint showground in Exeter for the first ...
 FG Insight3 days ago

Citizen scientists' observations help to reveal Melbourne's biodiversity

, 12:15 a.m. Citizen scientists' observations help to reveal Melbourne's biodiversity Museum Victoria entomologist Dr Ken Walker is pleasantly surprised by Melbourne's biodiversity. Photo: Darrian Traynor A possible tiger snake. Photo: City of ...
 Fairfield Champion1 week ago
Melbourne Age

City's abundant biodiversity revealed as 'bioblitz' sightings bear fruit

While the range of Melbourne's sub-cultures has arguably shrunk thanks to the rise of the ubiquitous urban hipster, it's a different story for the city's birds, bugs and bats. For these critters, diversity rules. The first biodiversity survey of ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago

The Largest Butterfly in Fata Morgana

The popular exhibition of tropical butterflies is in full swing. Colourful butterflies happily float around the Fata Morgana, including the Attacus Atlas known for its largest wing surface area. "We continuously receive new pupae from the farm in ...
 Noodls1 month ago
Business Insider

Here's a hidden trick to get to the weird part of WIkipedia

See Also How to beat jet lag Of all the internet wormholes to fall down, Wikipedia might be the deepest. An offhand remark in a movie or a wayward glance out the window or a flash of random thought across the brainpan and then, boom, hours of ...
 Business Insider1 month ago

Two eastern rivers get fresh look, cleaner waters

SINGAPORE — Two revitalised rivers in eastern Singapore, Sungei Api Api and Sungei Tampines, were officially opened by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean yesterday (March 22) as part of World Water Day. Given a new lease of life under the PUB's ...
 Today Online2 months ago
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