INHS - Biological Notes

Illinois Natural History Survey Biological Notes have been published at irregular intervals since 1933. These peer-reviewed research findings are presented in a less technical manner than in the Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin. Often, publications in this series will be a monograph on a specific species or upon the flora or fauna of a discrete habitat, watershed, or other natural area. College students, researchers, natural resources policy makers, and citizens find this series useful.

Biological Notes by Decade

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Biological Notes from 2000s

Pre-packed sets of biological notes on a variety of topics are available on our Inventory Reduction page

INHS BN-143: Reduced Herbivory on Exotic Buckthorn Compared to Native Trees

$6.00
Authors: Kevin C Grady, Liam Heneghan, David Jabon
2012; 14 pages.


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INHS BN-142: Ground Skink, Scincella lateralis, in Illinois


Authors: Bryant, C. and R. Axtell
2006; 12 pages.


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INHS BN-141: Freshwater Mussels of the Fox River Basin, Illinois and Wisconsin

$3.00
Authors: Schanzle, R.W., G.W. Kruse, J.A. Kath, R. A. Klocek, and K.S. Cummings
2004; 35 pages.


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