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Population dynamics and adaptive strategies of Martiodrilus carimaguensis (Oligochaeta, Glossoscolecidae), a native species from the well-drained savannas of Colombia
Abstract Martiodrilus carimaguensis (Oligochaeta, Glossoscolecidae) is a large, anecic native earthworm species which was found in natural and disturbed savannas in the Oxisols of the ColombianExpand
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Diversidad y rol funcional de la macrofauna edáfica en los ecosistemas tropicales mexicanos
The soil macrofauna, i.e., invertebrates visible with the naked eye that live in the soil or on its immediato surface (eg., in the litter) and/or spend an important part of their life cycle on or inExpand
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Soil macrofauna in SE Mexican pastures and the effect of conversion from native to introduced pastures
Abstract A large area in the Gulf Coast region of Mexico is pastureland, generally dominated by native grass species, yet little is known of the physical, chemical and biological characteristics andExpand
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Arañas de la provincia de Ciudad Real (Arachnida: Araneae) (Castilla la Mancha, España)
In this paper, the distributional information of spiders species in Ciudad Real province appeared in the literature is compiled, completing the catalogue with new data from intensive surveyes carriedExpand
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Ground-living spider assemblages from Mediterranean habitats under different management conditions
Abstract Ground-living spiders of different habitats in the Cabañeros National Park, central Spain, each under different management conditions, were studied to characterize their community richnessExpand
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The status of Gilberto Righis earthworm collection at the museum of São Paulo – Righi memorial: tropical ecologyThe 7th international symposium on earthworm ecology · Cardiff · Wales · 2002
Summary Dr. Gilberto Righi devoted all his life to the study of the worms of South America. The oligochaete material gathered throughout his professional life (more than 1600 containers) has beenExpand
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Subcutaneous Histiocytoid Sweet Syndrome Associated with Crohn Disease in an Adolescent
We report a case of subcutaneous histiocytoid Sweet syndrome in an adolescent with Crohn disease. A 14-year-old boy with a 1-year history of ileocolonic and perianal Crohn disease, treated withExpand
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11. Feeding ecology of the neotropical worm snake Atractus reticulatus in southern Brazil
Analyses of the gut content of 126 specimens of Atractus reticulatus from the eastern Central Depression of Rio Grande do Sul State, southern Brazil, indicate that this species feeds exclusively onExpand
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Andiorrhinus (Andiorrhinus) kuru sp. nov. (Oligochaeta: Glossoscolecidae), a giant earthworm as food resource for Makiritare Indians of the Alto Rio Padamo, Amazonas, Venezuela.
A new species, Andiorrhinus (Andiorrhinus) kuru sp. nov., of Glossoscolecidae (Oligochaeta) from the Alto Orinoco, Amazonas, Venezuela, is described. The Makiritare Indians traditionally consume thisExpand
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Listado de las arañas de Colombia (Arachnida: Araneae)
The present list reviews 914 species of spiders that occur in Colombia. The information was obtained and compiled from two hundred seventy-three scientific documents which provided the valid name ofExpand
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