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Citizen Science Reveals Unexpected Continental-Scale Evolutionary Change in a Model Organism
Organisms provide some of the most sensitive indicators of climate change and evolutionary responses are becoming apparent in species with short generation times. Large datasets on geneticExpand
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GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION AND SHELL MORPHOLOGY OF TROCHULUS OREINOS (WAGNER, 1915) AND T. HISPIDUS (LINNAEUS, 1758) (PULMONATA: HYGROMIIDAE) IN THE NORTHEASTERN ALPS
Trochulus oreinos oreinos and T. oreinos scheerpeltzi are two land snail taxa endemic to the Northeastern Austrian Alps, which have been regarded as subspecies of the highly variable, widespread landExpand
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New data on the phylogeny of Ariantinae (Pulmonata, Helicidae) and the systematic position of Cylindrus obtusus based on nuclear and mitochondrial DNA marker sequences
The phylogenetic relationships among genera of the subfamily Ariantinae (Pulmonata, Helicidae), especially the sister-group relationship of Cylindrus obtusus, were investigated with threeExpand
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Paraphyly and budding speciation in the hairy snail (Pulmonata, Hygromiidae)
Delimitation of species is often complicated by discordance of morphological and genetic data. This may be caused by the existence of cryptic or polymorphic species. The latter case is particularlyExpand
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Differentiation in the Trochulus hispidus complex and related taxa (Pulmonata: Hygromiidae): morphology, ecology and their relation to phylogeography
In this study we investigated the morphology and ecology of representatives of the taxonomically ambiguous genus Trochulus. The main focus was on the T. hispidus complex, which comprises severalExpand
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Endohelminths of some amphibians from Northern Greece (Trematoda, Acanthocephala, Nematoda; Amphibia: Triturus, Rana, Bombina) Endohelminthen von einigen Amphibien aus Nordgriechenland (Trematoda,
28 specimens of 5 species of amphibians (Triturus alpestris, Triturus vulgaris, Triturus cristatus, Rana ridibunda, Bombino variegata) from different localities in Northern Greece were investigatedExpand
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Recovery of Fascioloides magna (Digenea) population in spite of treatment programme? Screening of Galba truncatula (Gastropoda, Lymnaeidae) from Lower Austria.
During the past decade, Fascioloides magna, the large American liver fluke, has spread within free-living deer in wetlands of the Danube in Lower Austria. The aim of this study was to determine theExpand
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Wherefrom and whereabouts of an alien: the American liver fluke Fascioloides magna in Austria: an overview
SummaryThe giant liver fluke Fascioloides magna, an invasive species originating from North America, was recorded in Austria in the wild for the first time in 2000. Since then, various dataExpand
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Cercarial dermatitis in Austria: Questionnaires as useful tools to estimate risk factors?
ZusammenfassungDie Zerkariendermatitis ist eine durch Larvenstadien von Saugwürmern der Familie Schistosomatidae hervorgerufene und durch juckende Papeln charakterisierte Hautirritation. In denExpand
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An integrative taxonomic approach to reveal the status of the genus Pomphorhynchus Monticelli, 1905 (Acanthocephala: Pomphorhynchidae) in Austria
Species of the genus Pomphorhynchus Monticelli, 1905 (Acanthocephala: Pomphorhynchidae) are obligate endoparasites infesting mostly freshwater fish. Morphological identification is challenging due toExpand
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