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EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL PHEROMONE LURES AND TRAPS FOR MONITORING MALE FALL ARMYWORM ( LEPIDOPTERA : NOCTUIDAE ) IN THE COASTAL REGION OF CHIAPAS , MEXICO
Commercially available sex pheromone lures and traps were evaluated for monitoring male fall armyworm (FAW), Spodoptera frugiperda , in maize fields in the coastal region of Chiapas, Mexico duringExpand
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CAPTURE AND CONSUMPTION OF PREY OF THE OTTER ( Lutra lutra ) IN MEDITERRANEAN FRESHWATER HABITATS OF THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
The otter feeds almost exclusively on aquatic and semiaquatic species, catching them in watercourses and waterbodies. Foraging and prey consumption studies in freshwater habitats are scarce. IberianExpand
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Challenges to Organic Farming and Sustainable Land Use in the Tropics and Subtropics
This paper is based on a 1996-1999 case study that was done in semi-arid Ndome and Ghazi, Taita-Taveta District, in Kenya to determine the root causes of persistent erosion damage in the area. MoreExpand
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PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF WILD BOAR IN THE CANTABRIC MOUNTAINS , ÁLAVA , NORTHERN SPAIN F
  • LORENCIO, M. A., +6 authors ARNICA
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The study of the morphological characteristics of an animal population reveals the state of the relationship between the species and its environment. For adequate management, it is necessary toExpand
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The bats of Aldabra atoll , Seychelles
INTRODUCTION Four bat species are recorded from the Aldabra group of islands and all are recorded from Aldabra itself. Two species, Pteropus aldabrensis and Chaerephon pusilla, are endemic and areExpand
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STATUS OF RESEARCH ON TRADITIONAL FISHERS ’ KNOWLEDGE IN AUSTRALIA AND BRAZIL
This paper examines the status of research on indigenous Australian and Brazilian fishers’ knowledge. In Australia, research involving indigenous ecological knowledge has been done mainly inExpand
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THE INFLUENCE OF WEATHER ON PASSERINE MIGRATION. A REVIEW
TI• present review was undertaken as background for my studies (1959a, 1960, and in progress) of migration by radar. I have sought to include all important field observations, published before theExpand
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Thermal comfort trends and variability in the Croatian and Slovenian mountains
This paper deals with the climatic and bioclimatic conditio ns, trends and variability in the mountainous areas of Croatia and Slovenia. Two mountain meteorological obser vato ies were chosen: ZaviExpand
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SCALING OF STEM AND CROWN IN EIGHT
The scaling of stem and crown was studied in eight Cecropia species in Amazonian and southeastern forests of Brazil. The Amazonian species, C. concolor, C. palmata, C. purpurascens, C. sciadophylla,Expand