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Habitat specialization predicts genetic response to fragmentation in tropical birds
Habitat fragmentation is one of the most severe threats to biodiversity as it may lead to changes in population genetic structure, with ultimate modifications of species evolutionary potential andExpand
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The precautionary principle and biological invasion: the case of the House Sparrow on the Lesser Antilles
The capacity to react quickly to species introductions and to plan effective management countermeasures is always difficult, and methodology is lacking. This paper summarizes the different steps of aExpand
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Surveillance of Avian Influenza in the Caribbean Through the Caribbean Animal Health Network: Surveillance Tools and Epidemiologic Studies
Abstract The Caribbean region is considered to be at risk for avian influenza (AI) due to a large backyard poultry system, an important commercial poultry production system, the presence of migratoryExpand
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First record of the Mourning Gecko (Lepidodactylus lugubris) on Guadeloupe, French West Indies
(Dumeril and Bibron, 1836), is a complex of several diploid or triploid lineages of parthenogenetic females (Pasteur et al., 1987). These clones are the result of independent hybridization eventsExpand
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Précisions sur cinq espèces d’oiseaux dont la nidification a été découverte en Guadeloupe (Antilles Françaises) depuis 1997
Des informations sont fournies sur 5 especes nouvellement nicheuses en Guadeloupe. L’Erismature rousse ( Oxyura jamaicensis ) trouvee nicheuse en 2003 (au moins 3 couples) et en 2004. Un couple deExpand
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