Thesaurus / fauna
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In Brazil, for instance, an app allows residents to report dead and afflicted fauna in hopes of identifying emerging outbreaks.

“Die arktischen Medusen (ausschliesslich der Polypomedusen),” Fauna arctica, iv.

The scenery of the region is described, and useful information given about the Klondike, and its flora and fauna.

A contribution to the knowledge of the fauna of Bromeliaceae.

But—a hundred years ago and more—the dominant features in the fauna of the Middle West was the bison.

Pioneers in CanadaSir Harry Johnston

The fauna is similar in general to that of the southern United States.

The variable weather in Kansas (and in other areas of the Great Plains) markedly affects its flora and fauna.

The fauna is represented generally as very meager, but this is an injustice.

One of us (Hall) was invited to investigate the fauna of native wild mammals.

Some are characteristic members of the Canadian fauna, others of the Alleghanian fauna.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.