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1 Smithsonian scientists reduce uncertainty in forest carbon storage calculations
2 Scientists uncover the mysterious origin of canal grass in Panama
3 John Schroeder | Greenbiz
4 New bird checklists from Coiba National Park, Panama
5 Butterfly anti-aphrodisiac and floral scent
6 Invasive lionfish may be a selective predator
7 Fish invasions follow Panama and Suez canal expansions
8 Long-term consequences of river damming in the Panama Canal
9 Scientists identify a temperature tipping point for tropical forests
10 DNA in fringe-lipped bat poop reveals unexpected eating habits
11 Sea star's ability to clone itself may empower this mystery globetrotter
12 The Darwinian diet: You are what you eat
13 Lightning strikes more than 100 million times per year in the tropics
14 These masked singers are bats
15 'Exquisitely preserved' skull of tube-crested dinosaur found in New Mexico
16 UW's Gomez-Murillo Receives Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Internship | News
17 Peruvian Amazonian shaman rose to power in early 20th century
18 New evidence found of the ritual significance of a classic Maya sweat bath in Guatemala
19 Recycling old genes to get new traits -- How social behavior evolves in bees
20 Humpback whales may risk collision with vessels in the Magellan Strait
21 Fossil trees on Peru's Central Andean Plateau tell a tale of dramatic environmental change
22 Researchers Discover ‘Exquisitely’ Preserved Skull of a Dinosaur that Lived Over 70 Million Years Ago
23 How does an intersex bee behave?
24 How to Tell a Bird's Age By Its Song
25 Male bats with high testosterone levels have large forearm crusts when females are fertile
26 Microplastics are new homes for microbes in the Caribbean
27 Strianassa lerayi anker, new shrimp species from Panama's Coiba national park
28 February Events for the Food Policy Enthusiast
29 Underwater manatee chatter may aid in their conservation
30 Long-term consequences of coastal development as bad as an oil spill on coral reefs
31 Smithsonian botanist discovers new ground-flowering plant in Panama
32 Risky business: Courtship movements put katydids in danger
33 Smithsonian researchers name new ocean zone: The rariphotic
34 Violence in pre-Columbian Panama exaggerated, new study shows
35 Disproportionate extinction of South American mammals when Americas collided evident today
36 New shrimp species discovered in Panama's Coiba National Park
37 Smithsonian's Panama debate fueled by zircon dating
38 Bound by blood
39 Senior Participates in Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
40 Fossils help identify a lone 'bright spot' in a similar state to coral reefs before human impact
41 Bones Tell the Tale of a Maya Settlement
42 When Illness Strikes, Vampire Bat Moms Will Still Socialize With Their Kids
43 Warming threat to tropical forests risks release of carbon from soil
44 Trace Metals in Leatherback Turtle Eggs May Harm Consumers
45 150-Year-Old Mummified Bee Nests Found in Panama City Cathedral
46 How Woody Vines Do the Twist
47 The Smithsonian celebrates the Panama Canal expansion
48 GenBank can be trusted
49 Not falling far from tree: Ecologists study seed-to-seedling transitions
50 Some tropical forests show surprising resilience as temperatures rise
51 Two new porcelain crab species discovered
52 Tropical sea urchins caught between a rock and a hot place
53 New soft coral species discovered in Panama
54 New deep-water coral discovered
55 In a warming climate, can birds take the heat?
56 White-tailed deer were predominant in pre-Columbian Panama feasts
57 Long-Living Tropical Trees Play Outsized Role in Carbon Storage
58 These Bats Mask Up to Woo Mates | Smart News
59 Tropical forest seeds use three strategies to survive
60 ASU study finds microplastics create new homes for microbes in the Caribbean
61 Male bats have a secret mating weapon • Earth.com
62 Study reveals unusually high carbon stocks and tree diversity in Panama's Darien forest
63 Parasitoid wasps may turn spiders into zombies by hacking their internal code
64 Scientists organize to tackle crisis of coral bleaching
65 Global 'BiteMap' reveals how marine food webs may change with climate
66 Chemical innovation by relatives of the ice cream bean explains tropical biodiversity
67 Nearly Half of South America's Mammals Came From North America. New Research May Explain Why
68 'Superfungus' threatens last Panamanian golden frogs
69 Coyotes Poised to Infiltrate South America | At the Smithsonian
70 Researchers observe novel bat behavior in Panama
71 Poop Is Full of Secrets: DNA in Fringe-Lipped Bat Poop Reveals Unexpected Eating Habits
72 'Superfungus' Threatens to Wipe Out Critically Endangered Panamanian Golden Frogs
73 Spanish conquest left its imprint on men's genes in Panama
74 In Case You Missed It
75 Important Lessons from Social, Yet Sick, Bats
76 New golden frog species discovered in Colombia
77 Marine Biologists Discover New Species of Octocoral | Biology
78 Outsmarting the enemy: Treefrogs rely on illusions to find a mate without being eaten
79 Earth Optimism: Smithsonian's "Agua Salud" Project restores degraded land with forest
80 Is evolution predictable?
81 What Bat Poop Can Tell Us
82 Deep time tracking devices: Fossil barnacles reveal prehistoric whale migrations
83 Evolution painted onto butterfly wings
84 First study of humpback whale survivors of orca attacks in the Southeastern Pacific
85 Predators learn to identify prey from other species
86 Panama Embraces Transformation with Approval of Five-Year Sustainable Tourism Master Plan
87 U. withdraws travel-related thesis funding, cancels all on-campus research
88 Whale shark logs longest-recorded trans-Pacific migration
89 Living coral cover will slow future reef dissolution
90 Digging Into the Past to Find Optimism for the Future
91 Climate change may even threaten one of the world's most resilient lizards
92 How the Revolutionary Thinker Alexander von Humboldt Helped to Create the Smithsonian
93 Researchers apply machine learning to study fossil pollen
94 Neogene precipitation, vegetation, and elevation history of the Central Andean Plateau
95 Meet the Bee With a Body That's Half Male, Half Female
96 Old species learn new tricks...very slowly
97 Decades of Tree Data Reveal Forests Under Attack
98 Scientists unearth soil-dwelling microorganisms that resemble 'Pac-man'
99 Megalodons, the Ocean's Most Ferocious Prehistoric Predators, Raised Their Young in Nurseries
100 Evolution: Shifts in mating preference