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1979, Fortschritte der Verhaltensforschung, ISBN 3489608364, Volume 20., 76 p. --
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by Jan Schipper and Janice S. Chanson and Federica Chiozza and Neil A. Cox and Michael Hoffmann and Vineet Katariya and John Lamoreux and Ana S. L. Rodrigues and Simon N. Stuart and Helen J. Temple and Jonathan Baillie and Luigi Boitani and Thomas E. Lacher and Russell A. Mittermeier and Andrew T. Smith and Daniel Absolon and John M. Aguiar and Giovanni Amori and Noura Bakkour and Ricardo Baldi and Richard J. Berridge and Jon Bielby and Patricia Ann Black and J. Julian Blanc and Thomas M. Brooks and James A. Burton and Thomas M. Butynski and Gianluca Catullo and Roselle Chapman and Zoe Cokeliss and Ben Collen and Jim Conroy and Justin G. Cooke and Gustavo A. B. da Fonseca and Andrew E. Derocher and Holly T. Dublin and J. W. Duckworth and Louise Emmons and Richard H. Emslie and Marco Festa-Bianchet and Matt Foster and Sabrina Foster and David L. Garshelis and Cormack Gates and Mariano Gimenez-Dixon and Susana Gonzalez and Jose Fernando Gonzalez-Maya and Tatjana C. Good and Geoffrey Hammerson and Philip S. Hammond and David Happold and Meredith Happold and John Hare and Richard B. Harris and Clare E. Hawkins and Mandy Haywood and Lawrence R. Heaney and Simon Hedges and Kristofer M. Helgen and Craig Hilton-Taylor and Syed Ainul Hussain and Nobuo Ishii and Thomas A. Jefferson and Richard K. B. Jenkins and Charlotte H. Johnston and Mark Keith and Jonathan Kingdon and David H. Knox and Kit M. Kovacs and Penny Langhammer and Kristin Leus and Rebecca Lewison and Gabriela Lichtenstein and Lloyd F. Lowry and Zoe Macavoy and Georgina M. Mace and David P. Mallon and Monica Masi and Meghan W. McKnight and Rodrigo A. Medellín and Patricia Medici and Gus Mills and Patricia D. Moehlman and Sanjay Molur and Arturo Mora and Kristin Nowell and John F. Oates and Wanda Olech and William R. L. Oliver and Monik Oprea and Bruce D. Patterson and William F. Perrin and Beth A. Polidoro and Caroline Pollock and Abigail Powel and Yelizaveta Protas and Paul Racey and Jim Ragle and Pavithra Ramani and Galen Rathbun and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 10/2008, Volume 322, Issue 5899, pp. 225 - 230
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by Michael Hoffmann and Craig Hilton-Taylor and Ariadne Angulo and Monika Böhm and Thomas M. Brooks and Stuart H. M. Butchart and Kent E. Carpenter and Janice Chanson and Ben Collen and Neil A. Cox and William R. T. Darwall and Nicholas K. Dulvy and Lucy R. Harrison and Vineet Katariya and Caroline M. Pollock and Suhel Quader and Nadia I. Richman and Ana S. L. Rodrigues and Marcelo F. Tognelli and Jean-Christophe Vie and John M. Aguiar and David J. Allen and Gerald R. Allen and Giovanni Amori and Natalia B. Ananjeva and Franco Andreone and Paul Andrew and Aida Luz Aquino Ortiz and Jonathan E. M. Baillie and Ricardo Baldi and Ben D. Bell and S. D. Biju and Jeremy P. Bird and Patricia Black-Decima and J. Julian Blanc and Federico Bolaños and Wilmar Bolivar-G and Ian J. Burfield and James A. Burton and David R. Capper and Fernando Castro and Gianluca Catullo and Rachel D. Cavanagh and Alan Channing and Ning Labbish Chao and Anna M. Chenery and Federica Chiozza and Viola Clausnitzer and Nigel J. Collar and Leah C. Collett and Bruce B. Collette and Claudia F. Cortez Fernandez and Matthew T. Craig and Michael J. Crosby and Neil Cumberlidge and Annabelle Cuttelod and Andrew E. Derocher and Arvin C. Diesmos and John S. Donaldson and J. W. Duckworth and Guy Dutson and S. K. Dutta and Richard H. Emslie and Aljos Farjon and Sarah Fowler and Jörg Freyhof and David L. Garshelis and Justin Gerlach and David J. Gower and Tandora D. Grant and Geoffrey A. Hammerson and Richard B. Harris and Lawrence R. Heaney and S. Blair Hedges and Jean-Marc Hero and Baz Hughes and Syed Ainul Hussain and Javier Icochea M and Robert F. Inger and Nobuo Ishii and Djoko T. Iskandar and Richard K. B. Jenkins and Yoshio Kaneko and Maurice Kottelat and Kit M. Kovacs and Sergius L. Kuzmin and Enrique La Marca and John F. Lamoreux and Michael W. N. Lau and Esteban O. Lavilla and Kristin Leus and Rebecca L. Lewison and Gabriela Lichtenstein and Suzanne R. Livingstone and Vimoksalehi Lukoschek and David P. Mallon and Philip J. K. McGowan and Anna Mclvor and Patricia D. Moehlman and Sanjay Molur and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 12/2010, Volume 330, Issue 6010, pp. 1503 - 1509
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Mammalia, ISSN 0025-1461, 09/2018, Volume 82, Issue 5, pp. 490 - 493
We conducted a brief radiotelemetry study of (Alston’s singing mice) in Costa Rica to better understand their natural history and spatial ecology. We... 
habitat use | singing mice | home range | adaptive syndrome | Costa Rica | ZOOLOGY | Home range | Observations | Natural history | Muridae | Distribution | Singing | Animal behavior | Dark adaptation | Insectivores | Foraging habitats | Mice | Diurnal | Forest floor
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Journal of Mammalogy, ISSN 0022-2372, 2014, Volume 95, Issue 3, pp. 443 - 454
Abstract While studying the systematics and taxonomy of round-eared sengis (genus Macroscelides), we identified an unusual specimen from remote northwestern... 
elephant-shrew | new species | Etendeka | Namibia | phylogenetics | Macroscelides | sengi | Hair | Biological taxonomies | Skin glands | Specimens | Skull | Genetic loci | New species | Mammalogy | Mammals | Voucher specimens | ZOOLOGY | DIVERSITY | AFROTHERIA | Research | Zoological specimens | Trapping | Animal behavior | Taxonomy | Phylogenetics | Museums | Collections | Small mammals
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PeerJ, ISSN 2167-8359, 2015, Volume 2015, Issue 10, p. e1302
To understand habitat use by the newly described Etendeka round-eared sengi (Macroscelides micus) in northwestern Namibia, we radio-tracked five individuals... 
Elephant-shrew | Namib Desert | Shelter | Home range | Namibia | Sengi | SOUTH-AFRICA | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | TORPOR | MACROSCELIDEA | FEMALE | ORGANIZATION | MONOGAMY | EVOLUTION | ELEPHANTULUS-MYURUS | ECOLOGY | SHREWS | Usage | Deserts | Taxonomy | Habitats | Shelters | Zoology | Social structure | Biogeography | Ecology | Diurnal | Biological diversity | Studies | Mountains | Animal behavior | Habitat utilization | Solar radiation
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The Journal of Wildlife Management, ISSN 0022-541X, 5/2012, Volume 76, Issue 4, pp. 670 - 682
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Journal of Herpetology, ISSN 0022-1511, 09/2016, Volume 50, Issue 3, pp. 429 - 434
We used radiotracking to study the home range and use of space by Blunt-nosed Leopard Lizards (Gambelia sila) in the Lokern Natural Area in the San Joaquin... 
ECOLOGY | ZOOLOGY | GAMBELIA-WISLIZENII | SILUS
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African Journal of Ecology, ISSN 0141-6707, 06/2007, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 196 - 201
The Namib Desert golden mole (Eremitalpa granti namibensis) is morphologically, physiologically and behaviourally specialized for living in the harsh... 
golden mole | activity budget | Namibia | home range | Namib Desert | Eremitalpa | radio-tracking | radio‐tracking | Radio-tracking | Home range | Activity budget | Golden mole | DUNE ECOSYSTEM | CHRYSOCHLORIDAE | ECOLOGY | Animal populations | Deserts | Habitats | Animal behavior | Rodents
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Zootaxa, ISSN 1175-5326, 07/2016, Volume 4136, Issue 3, pp. 567 - 579
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Natural Areas Journal, ISSN 0885-8608, 2011, Volume 31, Issue 2, pp. 138 - 147
The vegetation community of the San Joaquin Valley of California has been formally classified as a perennial grassland based largely on assumptions of past... 
desert distribution | endemism | biogeography | LoCoH analysis | grassland | Vertebrates | Rain | Precipitation | Land management | Habitat conservation | Valleys | Deserts | Grasses | Plants | Polygons | RANGES | ECOLOGY | FORESTRY
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Chelonian Conservation and Biology, ISSN 1071-8443, 2008, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp. 188 - 194
Abstract We studied the population structure and growth of western pond turtles (Actinemys marmorata) at Vandenberg Air Force Base along the coast of central... 
clutch size | USA | turtle | population structure | Emydidae | Reptilia | growth | California | Testudinidae | Actinemys marmorata | reproduction | Turtle | Reproduction | Growth | Population structure | Clutch size | SIZE | RIVER | MATURITY | GUTTATA | ZOOLOGY | TEMPERATURE | SNAPPING TURTLES | HABITATS | CLEMMYS-MARMORATA | Animal reproduction | Animal populations | Males | Females | Reptiles & amphibians
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Wildlife Society Bulletin (1973-2006), ISSN 0091-7648, 7/2001, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp. 551 - 559
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African Zoology, ISSN 1562-7020, 2010, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 330 - 339
The Sahara Desert was recently proposed as the agent of vicariant speciation in the North African elephant-shrew (order Macroscelidea, Elephantulus rozeti).... 
elephant-shrew | Last Glacial Maximum | vicariant speciation | ecological niche modelling | Sahara Desert | sengi | paleoclimate | Sengi | COMPARATIVE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY | NICHE CONSERVATISM | PREDICTION | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | MODELS | DIVERGENCE | MOLECULAR CLOCKS | FOSSIL RECORD | PROTEINS | CLIMATE
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African Journal of Ecology, ISSN 0141-6707, 06/2007, Volume 45, Issue 2, pp. 196 - 201
Journal Article
Mammalia, ISSN 0025-1461, 03/2006, Volume 70, Issue 3-4, pp. 269 - 275
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BELGIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, ISSN 0777-6276, 12/2005, Volume 135, pp. 69 - 75
The noki or dassie-rat (Petromus typcus) is a rupicolous diurnal herbivore that is endemic to the southwestern and biogeographical zone of Africa. It is the... 
rupicolus | ZOOLOGY | dassie-rat | feeding | petrophily | diet | noki | namibia | Petromus
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