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The bats of the Congo and of Rwanda and Burundi revisited (Mammalia: Chiroptera)
The contribution of Guy-Crispin Gembu Tungaluna and Prescott Musaba Akawa was financially supported by the Flemish Interuniversity Council (VLIR-UOS). Prescott Musaba was also supported by
Exploitation of Pangolins (Pholidota, Mammalia) by Communities Living in and around the Tayna Nature Reserve (RNT) North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
TLDR
The profiles of actors using pangolins, the reasons for pangolin exploitation and its products and their use within the local community in and surrounding the Tayna Nature Reserve and surroundings areas are determined.
Preliminary Data on Amphibian Diversity of the Okapi Wildlife Reserve (RFO) in Democratic Republic of the Congo
TLDR
The results of this research are preliminary, but they are very interesting because they will allow the Reserve authorities to know the amphibians of the RFO and to have a scientific basis for a possible drafting or implementation of the conservation plan and the protection of wetlands.
Rediscovery of Glauconycteris superba Hayman, 1939 (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) after 40 years at Mbiye Island, Democratic Republic of the Congo
TLDR
Given the highly uncertain area of occupancy of this species, it is suggested to change the status of G. superba in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species from “Least Concern” to “Data Deficient”.
Foraging acrobatics of Toxicodryas blandingii in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The two African species of the mainly Asian Boiga complex (Squamata: Serpentes: Colubridae) are usually considered belonging to the genus Toxicodryas Hallowell, 1857, with a name indicating that they
Note on the Amphibians and Reptiles of the Mungbwalu (Ituri Province) and Mutwanga (Province of North-Kivu) in DRC
The Democratic Republic of Congo's forests are rich and diversified in biodiversity, particularly in high-altitude regions where they are reputed to be very rich in animal and plant biological
New Distributional Data and Genetic Variation of Panaspis breviceps (Squamata: Scincidae) Indicate a Biogeographic Connection across the Congo Basin
TLDR
The hypothesis of limited biogeographic barriers to the distribution of lizards in the Congolian lowland forests is supported, but this remains to be tested using additional independent markers, denser sampling and multiple species.