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Bear, polar

Thalarctos maritimus

Common/European

Berberis vulgaris

Bearberry (Kinnikinick) Beaver, mountain

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Aplodontia rufa

3. The domestic banana was developed from hybrids between Musa acuminata and M. balbisiana, and its genetic history is complex. N. W. Simmonds, a recognized authority on the genus Musa, believes that only cultivars and not species of domestic banana should be recognized; others prefer to retain Linnaeus's species name of Musa paradisiaca.

4. These algae are known under several names (Desmococcus, Phytoconis, Pleurococcus, Protococcus), and uncertainty exists as to which name has priority. The green algal component of certain lichens, Trebouxia, also occurs independently on bark.

3. The domestic banana was developed from hybrids between Musa acuminata and M. balbisiana, and its genetic history is complex. N. W. Simmonds, a recognized authority on the genus Musa, believes that only cultivars and not species of domestic banana should be recognized; others prefer to retain Linnaeus's species name of Musa paradisiaca.

4. These algae are known under several names (Desmococcus, Phytoconis, Pleurococcus, Protococcus), and uncertainty exists as to which name has priority. The green algal component of certain lichens, Trebouxia, also occurs independently on bark.

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