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The mammals of Arabia
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ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT: MANAGING RIVER FLOWS FOR ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY
Human demands on the world's available freshwater supplies continue to grow as the global population increases. In the endeavor to manage water to meet human needs, the needs of freshwater speciesExpand
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A review of bat research in Thailand with eight new species records for the country
ABSTRACT A review of the literature relating to the history of bat research in Thailand (1821–2006) is included, together with lists of the 119 bat species currently recorded from the country and theExpand
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The taxonomy of the gazelles (genus Gazella) of Arabia
The classification and relationships of the members of the genus Gazella occurring in the Arabian peninsula are discussed. Three species are considered to exist in the region and G. marica Thomas,Expand
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A new species of Kerivoula (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Southeast Asia
ABSTRACT A new species of Kerivoula is described from Seima Biodiversity Conservation Area, Cambodia. It is widely distributed in mainland Southeast Asia, with referred material from 12 additionalExpand
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A New Thaumastosaurus (Anura: Familia Incertae Sedis) from the Late Eocene of England, with Remarks on the Taxonomic and Zoogeographic Relationships of the Genus
Abstract Anuran maxillary, squamosal, and ilial elements from the Late Eocene of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in southern coastal England represent a new species, Thaumastosaurus wardi, of thisExpand
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New records of Microchiroptera (Rhinolophidae and Kerivoulinae) from Vietnam and Thailand
ABSTRACT The diversity of Rhinolophidae in Thailand and Vietnam is briefly discussed and the taxonomy of Asian Kerivoulinae, with particular reference to the genus Phoniscus, is reviewed. Four newExpand
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A new helmeted frog of the genus Thaumastosaurus from the Eocene
Helmeted frogs with co−ossified skulls (Thaumastosaurus) were previously known in Europe only in the Eocene on the basis of Thaumastosaurus bottii from southwestern France and Thaumastosaurus wardiExpand
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Gerbils from Iraq, with description of a new gerbil
A number of gerbils and sand rats belonging to the Sub-family Gerbillinae were obtained by the author in Iraq during the period from August, 1953, until March, 1955. The species obtained are listedExpand
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The bats of Western India revisited: Part 1
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