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Insights into the molecular phylogeny and historical biogeography of the white-clawed crayfish (Decapoda, Astacidae).
In this study, the evolutionary history of the white-clawed crayfish (WCC) was evaluated using large-scale datasets comprising >1350 specimens from the entire distribution range. Using speciesExpand
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The first record of translocated white-clawed crayfish from the Austropotamobius pallipes complex in Sardinia (Italy)
The white-clawed crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes complex is native to Europe, being present in 18 European countries, Italy included. However, the number and abundance of its populations are todayExpand
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The native South American crayfishes (Crustacea, Parastacidae): state of knowledge and conservation status
South America is considered a world biodiversity hotspot, especially for freshwater ecosystems where there is significant biodiversity and endemism across different taxonomic groups. Native SouthExpand
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Genetic divergence of Troglodytes troglodytes islandicus from other subspecies of Eurasian wren in northwestern Europe
The Icelandic subspecies of Eurasian wren Troglodytes troglodytes islandicus has been described as a large wren which is sedentary on the island. It is one member of a large passerine complex whichExpand
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A review of the subspecies status of the Icelandic Purple Sandpiper Calidris maritima littoralis
The Icelandic Purple Sandpiper Calidris maritima littoralis (C.L. Brehm, 1831) represents one member of a poorly understood subspecies complex. Currently, differences in size define two otherExpand
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Evolutionary status of Icelandic Redpolls Carduelis flammea islandica (Aves, Passeriformes, Fringillidae)
AbstractThe Icelandic Redpoll Carduelis flammea islandica is one of three subspecies of Carduelis flammea. The other two are C. f. rostrata, breeding in Greenland, and C. f. flammea, widelyExpand
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Sexing of redpolls Acanthis flammea in Iceland from morphometrics
Members of the redpoll complex are sexually monomorphic. Based on morphometric variation and molecular sexing of 209 redpolls Acanthis flammea from Iceland, males were found to be on average lessExpand
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Morphological differentiation of Icelandic Redpolls, Acanthis flammea islandica
Capsule The analyses support the grouping of the three Acanthis species, although a large split is observed between the A. hornemanni subspecies. Aims To investigate the morphological variation in A.Expand
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