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Review of Teiid Morphology with a Revised Taxonomy and Phylogeny of the Teiidae (Lepidosauria: Squamata)
Despite advances within particular groups, systematics of the Teiidae has long been unsatisfactory, because fewmorphological characters have been described for this family. Consequently, most speciesExpand
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From Sea to Sea: Canada's Three Oceans of Biodiversity
Evaluating and understanding biodiversity in marine ecosystems are both necessary and challenging for conservation. This paper compiles and summarizes current knowledge of the diversity of marineExpand
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Revision of Bolivian Apostolepis (Squamata: Colubridae)
Six species of Apostolepis are known to inhabit Bolivia. The holotypes of A. dorbignyi and A. nigroterminata are redescribed. Variation in these species and A. tenuis and A. vittata is documented.Expand
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Recurrent jellyfish blooms are a consequence of global oscillations
A perceived recent increase in global jellyfish abundance has been portrayed as a symptom of degraded oceans. This perception is based primarily on a few case studies and anecdotal evidence, but aExpand
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Temporal changes in the composition and abundance of the macro-benthic invertebrate communities at dredged material disposal sites in the Anse à Beaufils, baie des Chaleurs, Eastern Canada
Abstract Temporal changes in the composition and abundance of the macro-benthic invertebrate communities were studied at dredged sediment disposal sites located near L'Anse-a-Beaufils, baie desExpand
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SYSTEMATICS OF PYTHONS OF THE MORELIA AMETHISTINA COMPLEX (SERPENTES: BOIDAE) WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF THREE NEW SPECIES
The scrub pythons (Morelia amethistina complex) are revised based on museum specimens and new material recently collected in eastern Indonesia. Morelia kinghorni (formerly M. amethistina kinghorni)Expand
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Experimental evidence of passive accumulation of marine bivalve larvae on filamentous epibenthic structures
A series of multifactorial experiments were carried out, in the field and in a flume, to test the hypothesis that early recruitment of semimobile bivalve spat on an epibenthic filamentous substratumExpand
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The Effect of Caudal Lamellae Loss on Swimming Speed of the Damselfly Argia moesta (Hagen) (Odonata: Coenagrionidae)
-Burst swimming speed in the damselfly Argia moesta is directly proportional to body length, provided that at least one of its three caudal lamellae remain attached to its abdomen. If two of theseExpand
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Late-summer distribution of phytoplankton in relation to water mass characteristics in Hudson Bay and Hudson Strait (Canada)
Descriptive and multivariate analytical methods were used to analyze the early September (1993) abundance and species composition of phytoplankton in relation to water mass characteristics in HudsonExpand
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NEW AND POORLY KNOWN PARACHUTING FROGS (RHACOPHORIDAE: RHACOPHORUS) FROM SUMATRA AND JAVA
Abstract We report on a small collection of parachuting frogs from Sumatra and Java. Three new species are described. Rhacophorus achantharrhena is similar to R. dulitensis and R. prominanus andExpand
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