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Synopsis der Gattung Paracrocidura lMammaliac Sricidaerc mit Beschreibung einer neuen Art

@article{period1986SynopsisDG,
  title={Synopsis der Gattung Paracrocidura lMammaliac Sricidaerc mit Beschreibung einer neuen Art},
  author={Hutterer R period},
  journal={Bonner Zoologische Beitr{\"a}ge},
  year={1986},
  volume={37},
  pages={73-90}
}
A new species of Sylvisorex (Mammalia: Soricidae) from lowland forests north of Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo
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Phylogenetic and phylogeographic insights into the origin of Madagascar's shrews
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The phylogeny and phylogeography of the shrews occurring on Madagascar are examined, using the mtDNA gene ND2 and a higher-level study utilizing the 16S rRNA subunit, which strongly suggest that S. madagascariensis is in fact a junior synonym of the S. etruscus.
Phylogeny and evolution of African shrews (Mammalia: Soricidae) inferred from 16s rRNA sequences.
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This is the first molecular study to include all but one of the nine currently recognized African shrew genera and resolve the interrelationships among African Crocidurinae and their relationships to Eurasian Crocids and to the subfamily Soricinae, on the basis of partial mitochondrial 16s rRNA sequences.
Records of shrews (Soricidae) from Equatorial Guinea, especially from Monte Alen National Park
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Huit especes de musaraignes des genres Crocidura, Paracrocidura and Sylvisorex sont mentionnees en Guinee equatoriale, parmi lesquelles quatre sont nouvelles pour le pays.