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Disclaimer: Wayne's Word has resided at Palomar College for the past 25 years. Since Palomar no longer supports static html web pages, I decided to find a new home for Wayne's Word at Network Solutions. I am reminded daily by the misleading statements that my pages are not secure (no SSL certificate) and not mobile friendly. SSL ensures encryption of data and the domain is authenticated. It does not confirm overall website security. Wayne's Word loads quickly & displays fine on laptops & computer monitors. The text may be too small on smart phones, but images are excellent. It was originally designed for projection on classroom screens for my Biology & Botany classes at Palomar College.
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Wayne's Word is a static, purely informative, html website about biological topics from my 40 year teaching career in the Life Science Dept. at Palomar College. It is an "Online Textbook of Natural History" containing over 1600 html files and 14,000 images. It was hand-coded using a source code editor called Arachnophilia written in Java by Paul Lutus. W.P. Armstrong, 17 Dec. 2022.

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Wayne's Word has evolved into a very diverse biological/botanical website. It is a monumental task updating all the information and species identifications. Consequently, I have relied heavily on experts in specialized fields for their generous help. Special thanks to all of those who have peer-reviewd my material and offered suggestions.
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Unfortunately My On-Line Courses Plants & People (Botany 115)
& General Biology Lecture (Biology 101) Are No Longer Offered
Because The On-Line Testing Program Is No Longer Supported

Special Noteworthy Academic Links On The Wayne's Word Website
 Ant Genera Index      Brodiaea Index      Evolution & Origins      Wildfires      California Flora      Fig 
 Cryptobiotic Crust      Extremophiles      Botanical Records      Ancient Plants      Stinking Flowers 
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  Last Update By WPA on 1 January 2023 (Day 8036 of the 3rd Millennium)
     [3rd Millennium & 21st Century Actually Began On January 1, 2001]
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As of November 2021, Wayne's Word occupied 10 folders and contained approximately 1700 html
files and 14,000 images. The entire website fits on a 4 GB SD card with almost 2 GBs of free space!

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All photo images & illustrations are copyright protected by encrypted watermarks and/or archival original 35 mm color transparencies plus cloud based digital storage. The name Wayne's Word is registered with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.

Wayne's Word contains a large range of complex biological topics that I have tried to simplify and yet maintain accuracy. It is imperative to make certain errors are not perpetuated on the Internet. One case in point is the "coconut pearl," a so-called rare "gem" that has appeared in many references and even scholarly textbooks for decades. In 2005 I exposed this as a fraud. Authority on Malaysian flora, Dr. J.F. Veldkamp of the National Herbarium, the Netherlands, came to the same conclusion in 2008. Please refer to following link.

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Images on this page: Poison dart frog (Dendrobates pumilio), ten-lined june beetle (Polyphylla decemlineata), blue morpho butterfly (Morpho menelaus), the western sheepmoth (Hemileuca eglanterina), & jumping spider (Phidippus johnsoni). The ant is Myrmecocystus mexicanus from Holbrook, Arizona, although it is very similar to M. navajo.