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Phylogeography of the North African dipodil (Rodentia: Muridae) based on cytochrome-b sequences
Abstract The present study aims to depict the overall pattern of the history of the North African dipodil, Gerbillus campestris, in the northern Sahara. More specifically we document whether or notExpand
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Terrestrial small mammal diversity and abundance in central Benin: comparison between habitats, with conservation implications
We performed a terrestrial small mammal species inventory in the Agoua and Wari-Maro forest reserves (Benin). Four localities were sampled, and in each locality, three habitats were surveyed: denseExpand
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Modularity of the Neck in Birds (Aves)
The neck connects the head and the trunk and is the key structure allowing all movements of the head. The neck morphology of birds is the most variable among living tetrapods, including significantExpand
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Integrative taxonomy of Guinean Lemniscomys species (Rodentia, Mammalia)
Abstract. In the Republic of Guinea (West Africa), the diversity and distribution of striped grass mice of the genus Lemniscomys is poorly known. In the course of long-term field surveys from 2003 toExpand
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African highlands as mammal diversity hotspots: new records of Lamottemys okuensis Petter, 1986 (Rodentia: Muridae) and other endemic rodents from Mt Oku, Cameroon
ABSTRACT The Cameroon volcanic line (CVL), which represents a major topographical feature of Central Africa, is poorly known concerning its small-mammal biodiversity. Situated in the Bamenda-BansoExpand
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Small mammal inventory in the Lama forest reserve (south Benin), with new cytogenetical data
Abstract. The Lama forest is the largest natural forest in southern Benin, and one of the last remnant forests within the Dahomey Gap. It harbours several species of major importance in terms ofExpand
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Correction to ‘Limited thermal plasticity and geographical divergence in the ovipositor of Drosophila suzukii’
[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1098/rsos.191577.].
Limited thermal plasticity and geographical divergence in the ovipositor of Drosophila suzukii
Phenotypic plasticity has been repeatedly suggested to facilitate adaptation to new environmental conditions, as in invasions. Here, we investigate this possibility by focusing on the worldwideExpand
Comparative estimation of genetic originality of the sable in the East and the West parts of distribution area
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Limited thermal plasticity and geographic divergence in the ovipositor of Drosophila suzukii
Phenotypic plasticity has been repeatedly suggested to facilitate adaptation to new environmental conditions, as in invasions. Here we investigate this possibility by focusing on the worldwideExpand
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