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the shrew genus Crocidura in Sundaland
what are the processes that have originated this high diversity in the tropics? Researchers of the Doñana Biological Station – CSIC wanted to address this question in their latest study,...
About the shrew genus Crocidura in Sundaland
A new subspecies of Manx shearwater to the Canary Islands
The taxonomy of Procellariiformes, particularly petrels and shearwaters, is still unresolved. The Manx shearwater Puffinus puffinus is one of the best studied seabirds worldwide. Most of the...
About A new subspecies of Manx shearwater to the Canary Islands
puffinus puffinus canariensis
Deep genetic divergences between the lowland Sunda tree squirrels
A surprising amount of hidden phylogenetic diversity exists in the small to medium size, drab colored squirrels of the genus Sundasciurus. This genus is endemic to Sundaland and the Philippines,...
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A new species of bat was hiding in our forests
While it is believed that European biodiversity no longer brings surprises, an unusual discovery has just been made: in Western Europe a new species of bat has been described. More exactly, it is...
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