A proposal for a chorotype classification of the Near East fauna, in the framework of the Western Palearctic Region

  title={A proposal for a chorotype classification of the Near East fauna, in the framework of the Western Palearctic Region},
  author={Augusto Vigna Taglianti and A. Audisio Paolo and Maurizio Biondi and A. Bologna Marco and M. Carpaneto Giuseppe and Alessio De Biase and Simone Fattorini and Emanuele Piattella and Roberto Sindaco and Alberto Venchi and Marzio Zapparoli},
  journal={Biogeographia – The Journal of Integrative Biogeography},
Biogeographia - vol. XX - 1999 (Pubblicato i/ 31 ottobre 1999) Biogeografia deH’AnatoIia A proposal for a chorotype classification of the Near East fauna, in the framework of the Western Palearctic regionl AUGUSTO VIGNA TAGLIANTI *, PAOLO A. AUDISIO *, MAURIZIO BIONDI **, MARCO A. BOLOGNA***, GIUSEPPE M. CARPANETO ***, ALESSTO DE BlASE*, SIMONE FATTORINI *, EMANUELE PMTTELLA*, ROBERTO SINDACO ****, ALBERTO VENCHI ***, MARZIO ZAPPAROLI ***** *Dz'pzzrtz'mento di Biologia Animzzlc e de[[’U0m0… 


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