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Mitochondrial phylogeny and biogeographic history of the Greek endemic land-snail genus Codringtonia Kobelt 1898 (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Helicidae).
The aim of this work was to infer the phylogeny of the Greek endemic land-snail genus Codringtonia Kobelt 1898, estimate the time frame of the radiation of the genus, and propose a biogeographicExpand
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Hidden diversity of Euscorpius (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae) in Greece revealed by multilocus species-delimitation approaches
Phylogenetic analysis of the genus Euscorpius (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae) across the Mediterranean region (86 specimens, 77 localities, four DNA markers: 16S rDNA, COI, COII, and ITS1), focusing onExpand
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Animal Mitochondria, Positive Selection and Cyto-Nuclear Coevolution: Insights from Pulmonates
Pulmonate snails have remarkably high levels of mtDNA polymorphism within species and divergence between species, making them an interesting group for the study of mutation and selection onExpand
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Multilocus phylogeny and coalescent species delimitation in Kotschy's gecko, Mediodactylus kotschyi: Hidden diversity and cryptic species.
Kotschy's Gecko, Mediodactylus kotschyi, is a small gecko native to southeastern Europe and the Levant. It displays great morphological variation with a large number of morphologically recognizedExpand
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Water balance and expression of heat-shock protein 70 in Codringtonia species: a study within a phylogenetic framework
Seasonal differences in the water content of four Codringtonia species were investigated using specimens collected from the field. In addition, rate of water loss and expression of heat-shock proteinExpand
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DNA markers confirm presence of Euscorpius avcii Tropea et al., 2012 (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae) on Samos Island, Greece
Euscorpius avcii Tropea et al., 2012 has been recently described from Dilek Peninsula in western Anatolia (Turkey, Aydin Province). The population from Samos Island in eastern part of the Aegean SeaExpand
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Three more species of Euscorpius confirmed for Greece (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae)
In Greece, scorpion genus Euscorpius has been insufficiently studied. Taxonomy of several species and subspecies has been inconsistent and confusing. We provide new morphological data andExpand
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A NEW SPECIES OF EUSCORPIUS FROM TINOS ISLAND, GREECE (SCORPIONES: EUSCORPIIDAE)
The scorpion genus Euscorpius has been insufficiently studied on the Aegean Islands of Greece. We describe a new species from the Western Cyclades, E. kritscheri sp. n., from Tinos Island. TheExpand
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Three new species of Euscorpius (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae) from Greece.
Three new species of the genus Euscorpius Thorell, 1876 are described from Greece: E. stahlavskyi sp.n. from Epirus in the northwestern Greece; E. kinzelbachi sp.n. from Mt. Olympus at the easternExpand
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