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2014-09-08 16:20:50

INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Allison Transmission Holdings Inc.

2014-09-08 08:22:05

PENDLETON, Ind., Sept. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Remy International, Inc.

2014-09-05 23:06:44

“Last Will and Embezzlement”, which takes on the ever-burgeoning problem of elder financial exploitation, is being brought to the Michiana Region on September 23.

2014-09-05 20:20:11

MADISON, Ind., Sept.

2014-09-05 04:20:06

Lower demand, switch to less expensive winter blend push prices lower AURORA, Ill., Sept.

2014-09-04 23:09:39

Podiatrists in Indiana announce the release of a new website containing a wealth of information for people suffering with foot and ankle problems. Noblesville,

2014-09-04 16:29:06

BATESVILLE, Ind., Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The board of directors of Hillenbrand, Inc.

2014-09-04 16:27:58

Community open house set for Sept. 9 SOUTH BEND, Ind., Sept.


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Indiana Bat, Myotis sodalist
2012-10-05 08:36:41

The Indiana bat (Myotis sodalist) is a mouse-eared bat that can be found in North America. Its range primarily includes eastern and Midwestern states, but it can be found in some southern areas of the United States. During the winter, its range becomes much smaller, with most populations occurring in large clusters in only a few caves. One study conducted in 1985 suggested that an estimated 244,000 individuals of this species reside in Indiana. Its range overlaps that of the endangered gray...

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2007-02-13 15:17:56

The Northern cavefish or Northern blindfish, Amblyopsis spelea, is found in caves through Kentucky and southern Indiana. It is listed as a threatened species in the United States and the IUCN lists the species as vulnerable. The White River, flowing east to west south of Bedford, Indiana, delimits the northern range of Amblyopsis spelea. These fish are not found in caves north of the White River.

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Word of the Day
ecotone
  • A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.
The word 'ecotone' comes 'eco-' plus a Greek root meaning 'tension'.