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The reptiles of Anatolia: a checklist and zoogeographical analysis
Biogeographia - vol. XXI — 2000 (Pubb/icato il 30 giugno 2000) Biogeografia de|l’AnatoIia The reptiles of Anatolia: a checklist and zoogeographical analysis 1 ROBERTO SINDACO *, ALBERTO VENCH1”,Expand
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Phylogenetic studies of Meloidae (Coleoptera), with emphasis on the evolution of phoresy
One of the most recent classifications of Meloidae is based on the assumption that phoretic first‐instar larvae evolved twice in the family, once in Meloinae and again in Nemognathinae. WithinExpand
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The Old World genera of Meloidae (Coleoptera): a key and synopsis
This paper reviews the 77 Old World genera of blister beetles (Coleoptera: Meloidae). Included is a key to genera and a synopsis of each genus. The generic synopses incorporate synonyms, number ofExpand
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Protected areas and insect conservation: questioning the effectiveness of Natura 2000 network for saproxylic beetles in Italy
Up to now, global conservation priorities are far from incorporating megadiverse invertebrate taxa. Thus, an important emerging field in biological conservation is how we might manage landscape toExpand
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Phylogeny and evolutionary history of the blister beetles (Coleoptera, Meloidae).
Meloid beetles are well characterised by both morphological and biological features. Previous phylogenetic hypotheses based on morphological characters assumed the repeated parallel evolution ofExpand
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MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS OF THE ITALIAN PODARCIS LIZARDS (REPTILIA, LACERTIDAE)
Abstract Phylogenetic relationships within the Italian species of the lacertid genus Podarcis were examined by parsimony analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences from the genes encoding the smallExpand
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First‐instar larvae, courtship and oviposition in Eletica: amending the definition of the Meloidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea)
Abstract. The first data are presented on larvae, oviposition, and mating behaviour in the Eleticinae, the most primitive subfamily of Meloidae. Taxa studied include two African species of Electica.Expand
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Non-invasive monitoring of the European wildcat (Felis silvestris silvestris Schreber, 1777): comparative analysis of three different monitoring techniques and evaluation of their integration
The European wildcat is threatened by habitat fragmentation, illegal or incidental killings and hybridization with free-ranging domestic cats. Conservation projects should be based on a soundExpand
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