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A re-appraisal of palaeoenvironmental history in Central Africa: evidence for a major fluvial refuge in the Zaire Basin
Pleistocene refuge theory has been strengthened in the Neotropics by much prominent and recent work. In contrast, models developed in the 1960s for Central African tropics are still retained to-day.Expand
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Multicollinearity in spatial genetics: separating the wheat from the chaff using commonality analyses
Direct gradient analyses in spatial genetics provide unique opportunities to describe the inherent complexity of genetic variation in wildlife species and are the object of many methodologicalExpand
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The roles of rivers and Pleistocene refugia in shaping genetic diversity in Praomys misonnei in tropical Africa
Aim This study aims to elucidate the phylogeography of the murid rodent Praomys misonnei and to document whether or not rain forest refugia and rivers structure patterns of diversity within thisExpand
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Plio‐Pleistocene history of West African Sudanian savanna and the phylogeography of the Praomys daltoni complex (Rodentia): the environment/geography/genetic interplay
Rodents of the Praomys daltoni complex are typical inhabitants of the Sudanian savanna ecosystem in western Africa and represent a suitable model for testing the effects of Quaternary climaticExpand
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Discovery of a new duiker species (Bovidae: Cephalophinae) from the Dahomey Gap, West Africa
Among the two most widely distributed duiker species, Philantomba monticola (Thunberg, 1789) and Philantomba maxwelli (C. H. Smith, 1827), the latter shows geographic variation in pelage color andExpand
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Intrageneric relationships within Gerbilliscus (Rodentia, Muridae, Gerbillinae), with characterization of an additional West African species
The systematics of the African rodent genus Gerbilliscus is still a matter of debate. At the genus level it has been said toinclude the related genus Gerbillurus, and at the species level someExpand
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Phylogeographic structure and regional history of Lemniscomys striatus (Rodentia: Muridae) in tropical Africa
Aim This study aims to elucidate the phylogeography of the murid rodent Lemniscomys striatus and to evaluate the relative roles of ecological change, habitat patchiness, rivers and geologicalExpand
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The phylogeography of the rodent genus Malacomys suggests multiple Afrotropical Pleistocene lowland forest refugia
Aim This study aims to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the African rodent genus Malacomys and to identify factors driving diversification within this genus.Location African tropical lowlandExpand
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Phylogeography of Mus (Nannomys) minutoides (Rodentia, Muridae) in West Central African savannahs: singular vicariance in neighbouring populations
We studied the phylogeography of the strict savannah pygmy mice Mus (Nannomys) minutoides in West Central Africa. A total of 846 base pairs of the cytochrome b sequence were obtained for 66Expand
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Données pondérales sur les primates Cercopithecidae d’Afrique Centrale (Bassin du Zaïre/Congo)
Bien que de nombreux travaux prennent en consideration la variable "poids" de primates sauvages, l'examen de la litterature fait ressortir qu'il existe peu de donnees ponderales de Cercopithecidae.Expand
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