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Olfactory recognition of snake cues by fawn-footed mosaic-tailed rats Melomys cervinipes
Tasmin L. Rymer
Corpus ID: 191140308
Rodents rely on their sensitive olfactory systems to detect and respond to predators.We investigated the ability of a native…
The role of fruit bats in the transmission of pathogenic leptospires in Australia
Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology
Corpus ID: 36427696
Abstract Although antileptospiral antibodies and leptospiral DNA have been detected in Australian fruit bats, the role of such…
Fawn-footed melomys, Melomys cervinipes
Corpus ID: 83229312
This historic publication provides an account of every species of native mammals known to have existed in Australia since…
Studies on Papua New Guinea chiggers (Acari: Trombiculidae). XII. A new species of Gahrliepia from the Long-footed Melomys.
Journal of medical entomology
Corpus ID: 39283081
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