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Habitat, morphology and karyotype of the Saharan shrewCrocidura tarfayaensis (Mammalia: Soricidae)
The Saharan shrewCrocidura tarfayaensis Vesmanis and Vesmanis, 1980, has a limited disribution along the Atlantic coast of Sahara, south of Agadir (Morocco) through Western Sahara into Mauritania andExpand
The karyotype of Crocidura flavescens (Mammalia, Insectivora) in South Africa
Karyological results give evidence that the South African Crocidura flavescens (Geoffroy, 1827) is not conspecific with the West and East African giant shrews of the taxa spurrelli, manni, kivu andExpand
Interbreedings between karyotypic Alpine races of the common shrew Sorex araneus (Insectivora, Mammalia)
SUMMARYControlled interbreedings were performed between distinct chromosomal races or forms of Sorex araneus coming from populations of Swiss and French Alps. Four mating pairs including homozygousExpand