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Annotated check-list of the mammals of Iran Komentovaný soupis savců Iranu
Early attempts to document Iranian mammals date back to the 18th century and coincide with the classical works by linn A eus (1758), gM elin (1774) and pA ll A s (1780). First compilation by Bl AExpand
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Tracing the evolutionary history of the mole, Talpa europaea, through mitochondrial DNA phylogeography and species distribution modelling
Our understanding of the effect of Pleistocene climatic changes on the biodiversity of European mammals mostly comes from phylogeographical studies of non-subterranean mammals, whereas the influenceExpand
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Recent and ancient records of shrews from Syria, with notes on Crocidura katinka Bate, 1937 (Mammalia: Soricidae)^
The distribution and taxonomy of shrews of the genera Siinciis and Crocidura found in Syria is reviewed. Crocidura katinka Bate, 1937, so far known only from fossil remains from the Pleistocene ofExpand
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Body shape and life style of the extinct rodent Canariomys bravoi (Mammalia, Murinae) from Tenerife, Canary Islands (Spain)
A three-dimensional reconstruction of the skeleton of the giant rat of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) Canariomys bravoi was obtained by computerized microtomography. Body size, body mass, and bodyExpand
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Diet of the extinct Lava mouse Malpaisomys insularis from the Canary Islands: insights from dental microwear
Malpaisomys insularis is a mouse-like rodent endemic to the eastern Canary Islands. It became extinct during the fourteenth century. It was a remarkable species living under hyperarid conditions. AExpand
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Human manipulation of terrestrial gastropods in Neolithic culture groups of NE Morocco
Abstract Shells of terrestrial gastropods (Helicidae, Sphincterochilidae) are common in rock shelter sediments and open-air sites of Iberomaurusian to Neolithic age in NE Morocco. Excavations atExpand
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Original investigation A report on the Community of shrews (Mammalia: Soricidae) occurring in the Minkebe Forest, northeastern Gabon
This report presents the results of a study of the shrew Community in the newly created Minkebe Protected Area in northeastern Gabon. The previously unstudied park forms part of the largeExpand
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