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vernal

/ver·nal/ (ver´n'l) pertaining to or occurring in the spring.

vernal

(vĕr′năl) [L. vernalis, pert. to spring]
Occurring in or pert. to the spring.

vernal

Pertaining to the spring.

vernal

pertaining to the spring.
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Whether or not we see them, salamanders that breed in vernal pools need our protection.
The goal of our study was to provide quantitative and qualitative evaluation of vernal pool abiotic and biotic characteristics within Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore (PIRO), located along Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (Fig.
I was living in Salt Lake City, working at the Belvedere Park Hotel as a desk clerk - I was a dating an older boy, and Vernal didn't like the idea very much," Jack said.
Second, sampling cysts from vernal pools during the dormant dry season is less destructive to other species, particularly the specialized plants that characterize these sensitive habitats.
If anyone would like to make a donation call Vernal Stewart on 0121 747 4610.
Once aware of environmental effects and the manner in which nature can serve as minister, students are less likely than before to dismiss such Wordsworthian logic as would connect "one impulse from a vernal wood" to a knowledge of moral good and evil.
One impulse from a vernal wood May teach you more of man, Of moral evil and of good, Than all the sages can.
Vernal also attracts thousands of tourists who come to visit the nearby Dinosaur National Monument and enjoy world-class fly fishing for trout.
By the thousands, these 8-inch-long black and yellow amphibians emerge from their wintering-over places and crawl along ancient forest paths to the vernal pools that are their ancestral spawning grounds.
We agreed to leave on Thursday, drive to Vernal, (7) spend the night, drive to the lake early Friday and fish for bass, crappie and blue gills.
My late uncle, Vernal Cave, had been president of the NMA when I was in college," says Perez, a native of Brooklyn, New York, who moved to Washington, D.
In football and basketball, the great athletes almost always go to college where a lot of good things rub off on them: They live in the company of bright people in a vernal culture climate, they learn how to speak, and they acquire values.