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On the geographical distribution and ecology of Pseudostaurosira cataractarum (Bacillariophyceae): new findings in the Palearctic and Neotropic ecozones
(Sociedad Botánica de Sao Paulo, 2015-07)
The aim of this paper is to expand the current knowledge on the distribution, ecology and morphology of Pseudostaurosira cataractarum (Hustedt) C.E. Wetzel, E. Morales et Ector. We analysed several freshwater diatom ...
Evolutionary dynamics of retrotransposable elements Rex1, Rex3 and Rex6 in neotropical cichlid genomes
Background: Transposable elements (TEs) have the potential to produce broad changes in the genomes of their hosts, acting as a type of evolutionary toolbox and generating a collection of new regulatory and coding sequences. ...
Measuring and analyzing color and texture information in anatomical leaf cross sections: An approach using computer vision to aid plant species identification
Currently, studies on leaf anatomy have provided an important source of characters helping taxonomic, systematic, and phylogenetic studies. These studies strongly rely on measurements of characters (such as tissue thickness) ...
Pterygodermatites (Paucipectines) andyraicola n. sp (Spirurida: Rictulariidae), an Intestinal Nematode of Neotropical Molossidae Bats from Brazil
(Helminthological Soc Washington, 2015-07-01)
A new nematode species, Pterygodermatites (Paucipectines) andyraicola n. sp., is described from the small intestine of 4 neotropical species of Molossidae bats captured in Sao Paulo State, Brazil. The newly recognized ...
Pterygodermatites (Paucipectines) andyraicola n. sp. (Spirurida: Rictulariidae), an intestinal nematode of neotropical molossidae bats from Brazil
A new nematode species, Pterygodermatites (Paucipectines) andyraicola n. sp., is described from the small intestine of 4 neotropical species of Molossidae bats captured in São Paulo State, Brazil. The newly recognized ...
"Paoni" or "Currassow" [sic] -- Trinidad (male and female).
(Wilson Ltd., Trinidad, 2010-04-15)
Image depicts two large, pheasant-like Curassow birds from the Neotropic ecozone. The female is not as large as the male Curassow or "Paoni".
Parâmetros biológicos de Herpsilochmus pectoralis Sclater 1857 (Aves: Thamnophilidae) em fragmentos de mata atlântica do Nordeste do Brasil
(Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do NorteBrasilUFRNPROGRAMA DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO EM CIÊNCIAS BIOLÓGICAS, 2013-05-24)
The study of birds represents an important tool for the understanding of the processes involved in behavioral and morphological patterns. The species we have studied belongs to Thamnophilidae family, the third largest ...