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Scaling of mammalian ethmoid bones can predict olfactory organ size and performance
The relation between size and performance is central for understanding the evolution of sensory systems, and much interest has been focused on mammalian eyes and ears. However, we know very littleExpand
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Exploring the mammalian sensory space: co-operations and trade-offs among senses
The evolution of a particular sensory organ is often discussed with no consideration of the roles played by other senses. Here, we treat mammalian vision, olfaction and hearing as an interconnectedExpand
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The Size of Major Mammalian Sensory Organs as Measured from Cranial Characters, and Their Relation to the Biology and Evolution of Mammals
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Rabbit on the run? A hitherto overlooked museum specimen of European rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus, collected in Helsinki, Finland, in 1921
The European rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus is an invasive species in Finland. It is, however, highly localized and populations are only found in urban and suburban areas in Helsinki and a few otherExpand
Tetrapod zoology book one
Darren Naish is the owner of the highly popular sciencethemed blog called Tetrapod Zoology (affectionately known as ‘Tet Zoo’), which is currently hosted at www. scienceblogs.com/tetrapodzoology.Expand
Vocalization Analyses of Nocturnal Arboreal Mammals of the Taita Hills, Kenya
Three poorly known nocturnal mammal species from the montane forests of the Taita Hills in Kenya, were studied via vocalization analysis. Here, their acoustic behaviour is described. The studiedExpand