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On the diversity of Iranian leeches (Annelida: Hirudinea)
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Some provinces of Iran were investigated with respect to their aquatic invertebrates during two expeditions and twelve species of leeches are recorded, four of which are new for the country. Expand
Microsatellite Based Paternity Analysis in a Clonal Eucalyptus nitens Seed Orchard
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Microsatellite markers were used to determine paternity in 473 open-pollinated progenies from a clonal Eucalyptus nitens seed orchard of 50 trees from 12 different genotypes suggesting that with suitable buffering low levels of contamination can be achieved. Expand
DIFFERENTIATION OF SOME SIMILAR SPECIES OF THE SUBFAMILY TROCHETINAE (HIRUDINIDA: ERPOBDELLIDAE)
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Characteristics of the reproductive system can be used as unmistakable features for the determination of the similar species of the subfamily Trochetinae Perrier, 1897 and Morphological and anatomical studies of the type material show that Trocheta intermedia is a younger synonym of Dina punctata mauchi Nesemann, 1995. Expand
Feeding behaviour and reproductive biology of the semiaquatic leech Trocheta haskonis (Hirudinea: Erpob- dellidae)
The life cycle of Trocheta haskonis Grosser 2000 is outlined . O bservations on feeding behav­ iour and reproduction w ere m ade on anim als kept in aquaria at room tem perature. A du lt leechesExpand
A checklist of the leeches (Annelida: Hirudinea) of Montenegro
Based on published records and original data from r ecent research, a list is presented of the leeches (Hirudinea) of Montenegro. It includes 29 species and subspecies i n 13 genera and 5 families.Expand
G LOSSIPHONIA BALCANICA N. SP. AND DINA PROKLETIJACA N. SP. (HIRUDINIDA: GLOSSIPHONIIDAE, ERPOBDELLIDAE) - TWO NEW LEECHES FROM MONTENEGRO AND KOSOVO
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Two new leech species (Hirudinida) representing the families Glossiphoniidae and Erpobdellidae are described and a key to the species of Glossiphonia Johnson, 1816 and Dina R. Blanchard, 1892 from the Western Balkans is presented. Expand
Faunistic patterns and diversity components of leech assemblages in karst springs of Montenegro
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The results indicate that the type of spring and the environmental variables, as well as the combination of biotic and abiotic factors in a microhabitat dictate the distribution of leeches. Expand
Dina orientalis sp. nov. —an overlooked new leech (Annelida: Hirudinea: Erpobdellidae) species from the Near and Middle East
The new species described here has, for a long time, been confused with Dina stschegolewi (Lukin & Epshtein, 1960), a species described from Krym (the Crimean Peninsula, Ukraine). Both species areExpand
MONSTER FROM THE VAULT: A NEW FINDING OF ONE OF THE LARGEST EUROPEAN LEECH TROCHETA HASKONIS GROSSER, 2000 FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
One extremely large leech specimen of Trocheta haskonis Grosser, 2000, reaching almost 190 mm when contracted, was collected in an underground vault constructed out of concrete in the villageExpand
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