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Since the colonization of North America by Euro-peans, a taxonomically diverse array of avian species has become extinct. Woodpecker (Campephilus principalis) come to mind. This somber list can be expanded to include subspe-cies such as the Heath Hen (Tympanuchus cupido cupi-do) and Dusky Seaside Sparrow (Ammodramus mari-timus nigrescens). Several species(More)
Research on the interactions between the field voles (Microtus agrestis) of Kielder Forest and their natural parasites dates back to the 1930s. These early studies were primarily concerned with understanding how parasites shape the characteristic cyclic population dynamics of their hosts. However, since the early 2000s, research on the Kielder field voles(More)
Chabaudus leberrei (Bain & Philippon, 1969) is redescribed from the pipid anurans Xenopus muelleri (Peters) and X. laevis laevis (Daudin) (new host records) in northern Swaziland, based on light and scanning electron microscope studies. The six anterior protuberances characteristic of the genus Chabaudus Inglis & Ogden, 1965, are, in C. leberrei, formed by(More)
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