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This checklist covers the island of Martha's Vineyard
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [41.237, -70.845], North East [41.502, -70.411]|
No Description available
|Title||Martha's Vineyard Atlas of Life|
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|Purpose||The purpose of this checklist is to build software that uses it to explore species within a small geographic region.|
|Maintenance Description||This checklist will be updated periodically to add vernacular names, fill-out upper taxa, and include new species discoveries in the region.|