Linnaeus' Legacy Seeking Submissions

i-9bb205f6294a88beb163910ac6faeaf1-Systema_Naturae_cover.jpgEric over at that brilliant invertablog, The Other 95%, is hosting the next edition of Linnaeus' Legacy. It is a blog carnival about taxonomy, biodiversity and systematics. The current edition is at A DC Birding Blog. You have 1 week to get in those submissions! Go here to submit.

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