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Taxonomy and biogeography of African fruit bats (Mammalia, Megachiroptera). 5. The genera Lissonycteris Andersen, 1912, Myconycteris Matschie, 1899 and Megaloglossus Pagenstecher, 1885; General
This is the last part in a series comprising all Megachiroptera known from mainland Africa and its islands. The concept of the genus Lissonycteris Andersen, 1912 is reviewed and adapted. For theExpand
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Taxonomy and biogeography of African fruit bats (Mammalia, Megachiroptera). 3. The genera Scotonycteris Matschie, 1894, Casinycteris Thomas, 1910, Pteropus Brisson, 1762, and Eidolon Rafinesque, 1815
The genera Scotonycteris Matschie, 1894, Casinycteris Thomas, 1910, Pteropus Brisson, 1762 and Eidolon Rafinesque, 1815 are characterized. An effort is made to assess the possible relationshipExpand
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Taxonomy and biogeography of African fruit bats (Mammalia, Megachiroptera). 2. The genera Micropteropus Matschie, 1899, Epomops Gray, 1870, Hypsignathus H. Allen, 1861, Nanonycteris Matschie, 1899,
The genera Micropteropus Matschie, 1899, Epomops Gray, 1870, Hypsignathus H. Allen, 1861, Nanonycteris Matschie, 1899 and Plerotes Andersen, 1910 and the species assigned to them are reviewed. AllExpand
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Taxonomy and biogeography of African Fruit Bats (Mammalia, Megachiroptera). 1. General introduction; material and methods; results: the genus Epomophorus Bennett, 1836
This first part of a revision of African fruit bats contains a short general Introduction and a section Materials and Methods, both pertaining to all parts — as are the first remarks under Results —,Expand
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On mammals from the Peolple's Democratic Republic of Laos, mainly from Sekong and Hongsa Special Zone.
Mammal data and material were collected during a short stay in the People's Democratic Republic of Laos in the winter of 1993-1994. Most data are from the southern Sekong Province and theExpand
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Nature in war : biodiversity conservation during conflicts
Little attention is given to the state of nature and natural resources in situations of armed conflict. Because of the human disaster involved, three is often a reluctance to focus on theExpand
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Notes on distribution and taxonomy of Australasian bats, I. Pteropodinae and Nyctimeninae (Mammalia, Megachiroptera, Pteropodidae)
Hitherto unreported australasian Pteropodinae and Nyctimeninae from the collections of the Zoologisch Museum in Amsterdam and some important samples of Nyctimeninae from the NationaalExpand
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Notes on Rhinolophus Lacépède, 1799 from Sulawesi, Indonesia, with the description of a new species (Mammalia, Microchiroptera)
Known Sulawesian Rhinolophus belong to three species: R. philippinensis Waterhouse, 1843, R. celebensis Andersen, 1905, and R. tatar n. sp., described in this paper. Sulawesian records of R. euryotisExpand
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Notes on new material of Rousettus madagascariensis Grandidier, 1929 (Mammalia, Megachiroptera)
The original description of Rousettus madagascariensis Grandidier, 1929, was based on a single specimen in the collections of the Academic Malgache in Tananarive, Madagascar. The only reference toExpand
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The harmonization of Red Lists for threatened species in Europe
Red Lists are valuable for informing species protection policy and are important as indicators as well as a tool for communication between all those involved in species protection. There are someExpand
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