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A NEW FOSSIL RESIN WITH BIOLOGICAL INCLUSIONS IN LOWER CRETACEOUS DEPOSITS FROM ÁLAVA (NORTHERN SPAIN, BASQUE-CANTABRIAN BASIN)
Abstract The occurrence of amber in Sierra de Cantabria (Álava, Basque Country) has been known for more than two decades but biological inclusions have only recently been found. The existence ofExpand
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Diet of wild boar Sus scrofa L. and crop damage in an intensive agroecosystem
The Middle Ebro Valley (MEV) is a semiarid area in northeast Iberia where the original riparian ecosystems are almost extinct and were replaced by intensive irrigated agricultural lands. To minimizeExpand
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Fossiliferous amber deposits from the Cretaceous (Albian) of Spain
Abstract Amber-bearing deposits are a specific kind of fossil bioaccumulation that preserves exceptionally well palaeobiological information from the past. The present article discusses the ‘state ofExpand
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Feeding habits of the genet Genetta genetta in an Iberian continental wetland
Abstract This study quantified the diet of the genet Genetta genetta in an Iberian continental wetland, the Galachos Nature Reserve, northern Spain, based on the frequency with which items appearedExpand
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The “Alluvial Mesovoid Shallow Substratum”, a New Subterranean Habitat
In this paper we describe a new type of subterranean habitat associated with dry watercourses in the Eastern Iberian Peninsula, the “Alluvial Mesovoid Shallow Substratum” (alluvial MSS). HistoricalExpand
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Oldest true orb-weaving spider (Araneae: Araneidae)
The aerial orb web woven by spiders of the family Araneidae typifies these organisms to laypersons and scientists alike. Here we describe the oldest fossil species of this family, which is preservedExpand
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A new mute species of the genus Nemobius Serville (Orthoptera, Gryllidae, Nemobiinae) discovered in colluvial, stony debris in the Iberian Peninsula: A biological, phenological and biometric study.
Sampling of a Mesovoid Shallow Substratum (MSS) of a scree in the Guadarrama mountains (Madrid, Spain) revealed a population of crickets of the genus Nemobius Serville. A detailed morphological studyExpand
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A hypogean new species of Trechus Clairville, 1806 (Coleoptera, Carabidae) from Portugal and considerations about the T. fulvus species group
A new hypogean ground beetle species, Trechus tatai n. sp. from the Montejunto karstic massif in Portugal is described. Morphological diagnostic characters of the imago are provided and the newExpand
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Angle-supported anterior chamber phakic intraocular lens explantation causes and outcome.
PURPOSE To investigate the reasons for explantation of angle-supported phakic intraocular lenses (IOLs) as well as the outcome and safety of the explantation procedure. DESIGN ConsecutiveExpand
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Exceptional invertebrate diversity in a scree slope in Eastern Spain
In this study, the invertebrate fauna of a colluvial Mesovoid Shallow Substratum (MSS) is Eastern Spain was characterized, and the importance of the MSS as refuge for endemic and rare species wasExpand
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