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Phylogeography of the lacertid lizard, Psammodromus algirus, in Iberia and across the Strait of Gibraltar
Aim To determine genetic substructuring within the lacertid lizard Psammodromus algirus. To compare levels of variation across a geological barrier, the Strait of Gibraltar, and to compare thisExpand
Complex estimates of evolutionary relationships in Tarentola mauritanica (Reptilia: Gekkonidae) derived from mitochondrial DNA sequences.
Mitochondrial DNA (12S rRNA, 16S rRNA) sequences were analysed within Tarentola mauritanica and other selected species of Tarentola. Several highly genetically distinct lineages occur in NorthExpand
Genetic variation in Tarentola mauritanica (Reptilia: Gekkonidae) across the Strait of Gibraltar derived from mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences
Jørgensen, C.B. (1992): Growth and reproduction. In: Environmental Physiology of the Amphibians, p. 439-466. Feder, M.E., Burggren, W.W., Eds, Chicago, University of Chicago Press. Kellner, A.,Expand
Spring diet and trophic partitioning in an alpine lizard community from Morocco
ABSTRACT Oukaïmeden Plateau is a herpetologically rich locality in the High Atlas (Morocco) where four lizard species coexist in strict sympatry: three lacertids (Lacerta perspicillata chabanaudi, L.Expand
Spring diet and trophic partitioning in an alpine lizard community from Morocco
Oukaïmeden Plateau is a herpetologically rich locality in the High Atlas (Morocco) where four lizard species coexist in strict sympatry: three lacertids (Lacerta perspicillata chabanaudi, L.Expand
RÉGIMEN TÉRMICO Y VARIABILIDAD ESPACIAL DE LA CAPA ACTIVA EN ISLA DECEPCION, ANTÁRTIDA
Thermal regime and spatial variability of the active layer in Deception Island, Antarctica The Circumpolar Active Layer Monitoring (CALM) program developed over the last two decades has a leadingExpand
The digital terrain model in the computational modelling of the flow over the Perdigão site: the appropriate grid size
The digital terrain model (DTM), the representation of earth’s surface at regularly spaced intervals, is the first input in the computational modelling of atmospheric flows. The ability ofExpand