Citations with the tag: ANIMAL species
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- Small Wonders.
// Weekly Reader News - Edition 3; 2/17/2012, Vol. 81 Issue 17, p2
The article reports on the discovery by researchers of the world's four tiniest frog species in Papua New Guinea.
- Argentina's Pampas Carnivores.
// Earthwatch Institute Journal; Jan2004, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p46
Argentina boasts 338 mammal species with a fifth of them endangered and fully 11 percent of the world's mammalian carnivore species. Many live in the pampas, once a sea of grass extending as far as the eye could see. Europeans, however, saw the pampas as rangeland and cropland and viewed its...
- Native Species Guessing Game.
Francis, Rebecca // Pathways: the Ontario journal of outdoor education; Winter2008, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p32
A guessing game of native animal species is presented.
- Seven Armillaria species identified from Hokkaido Island, northern Japan.
Sotome, Kozue; Hasegawa, Eri; Yuko Ota // Mycoscience; Oct2009, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p442
Sixty-two isolates from basidiocarps of Armillaria spp. were obtained from Hokkaido Island, northern Japan. Six species ( Armillaria cepistipes, A. gallica, A. nabsnona, A. ostoyae, A. sinapina, and an undescribed species, �Nag. E�) were identified by pairing tests with known tester strains...
- Secret SPECIES.
Klein, Andrew // Science World; 4/2/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p8
The article offers information on a project launched to identify the animal species in Vietnam.
- IDENTIFICATION AND CONSERVATION OF A NEW SPECIES OF PITHECIA IN AMAZONIAN ECUADOR.
Marsh, L. K // International Journal of Primatology; Feb2006 Supplement, Vol. 27, p495
The article presents the abstract of the paper "Identification and Conservation of a New Species of Pithecia in Amazonian Ecuador," by L.K. Marsh to be presented at the 21st Congress of the International Primatological Society in Entebbe, Uganda from June 25-30, 2006.
- PITHECINE TAXONOMY AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION.
J�nior, J. S. Silva; Figueiredo, W. B. // International Journal of Primatology; Feb2006 Supplement, Vol. 27, p495
The article presents the abstract of the paper "Pithecine Taxonomy and Geographic Distribution," by J.S. Silva Jr. and colleagues to be presented at the 21st Congress of the International Primatological Society in Entebbe, Uganda from June 25-30, 2006.
- HOW ARE WE DOING? THE CURRENT CONSERVATION STATUS OF BRAZILIAN PITHECIINE TAXA.
J�nior, J. S. Silva; de Souza, M. A.; Albernaz, A. L. // International Journal of Primatology; Feb2006 Supplement, Vol. 27, p502
The article presents the abstract of the paper "How Are We Doing? The Current Conservation Status of Brazilian Pitheciine Taxa," J.S. Silva, Jr. and colleagues to be presented at the 21st Congress of the International Primatological Society in Entebbe, Uganda from June 25-30, 2006.
- Combining information from surveys of several species to estimate the probability of freedom from Echinococcus multilocularis in Sweden, Finland and mainland Norway.
Wahlstr�m, Helene; Isomursu, Marja; Hallgren, Gunilla; Christensson, Dan; Cedersmyg, Maria; Wallensten, Anders; Hjertqvist, Marika; Davidson, Rebecca K.; Uhlhorn, Henrik; Hopp, Petter // Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica; 2011, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p9
Background: The fox tapeworm Echinococcus multilocularis has foxes and other canids as definitive host and rodents as intermediate hosts. However, most mammals can be accidental intermediate hosts and the larval stage may cause serious disease in humans. The parasite has never been detected in...
- YOU DON'T KNOW SHIT.
Wahlstr�m, Helene; Isomursu, Marja; Hallgren, Gunilla; Christensson, Dan; Cedersmyg, Maria; Wallensten, Anders; Hjertqvist, Marika; Davidson, Rebecca K.; Uhlhorn, Henrik; Hopp, Petter // Ralph; Dec2006, p20
A quiz asking readers to match the photograph of the faeces to the photograph of various animal species is presented.
- Genetic relationships among the Japanese and Korean striated spined loach complex (Cobitidae: Cobitis) and their phylogenetic positions.
Tadao Kitagawa; Sang-Rin Jeon; Emi Kitagawa; Motoi Yoshioka; Masaaki Kashiwagi; Toshio Okazaki // Ichthyological Research; May2005, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p111
Abstract The �striata complex,� a group of spined loaches included in the genus Cobitis and characterized by a striped coloration pattern on the lateral midline, is distributed in rivers in northeastern Asia to western Japan. The complex comprises 2 continental species (Cobitis tetralineata...
- Integrative & Comparative Biology - Volume 50 Number 5 November 2010 - Front cover.
Tadao Kitagawa; Sang-Rin Jeon; Emi Kitagawa; Motoi Yoshioka; Masaaki Kashiwagi; Toshio Okazaki // Integrative & Comparative Biology; Nov2010, Vol. 50 Issue 5, pi4
A cover art featuring animal species that belong to the clade Spiralia which are characterized by developing through the spiral cleavage program is presented.
- Small Wonder.
Tadao Kitagawa; Sang-Rin Jeon; Emi Kitagawa; Motoi Yoshioka; Masaaki Kashiwagi; Toshio Okazaki // Scholastic News -- Edition 4; 4/23/2012, Vol. 74 Issue 22, p2
This article focuses on the one-inch long chameleon species found in Madagascar.
- The 2011 Fall Season.
Palmer, Jeffrey S. // South Dakota Bird Notes; Mar2012, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p18
The article lists the species of birds in South Dakota from August 01, 2011 to November 30, 2011 which include the American Black Duck, the Blue-winged Teal and the Canvasback.
- Editor's Note.
Seideman, David // Audubon; Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 113 Issue 4, p4
An introduction to the journal is presented in which it discusses several articles published within the issue, including "Galloping Ahead" and "Tarred and Feathered."
- Freaky Finds.
Seideman, David // Scholastic News -- Edition 3; 3/19/2012, Vol. 68 Issue 19, p3
The article discusses the new plant and animal species discovered by scientists at the Greater Mekong region in Southeast Asia, including a colored gecko and a fish species that resembles a pickle.
- New Frog in Town.
Seideman, David // Ranger Rick; Sep2012, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p13
The article presents information on how scientists discovered a species of frog living in Staten Island, New York City as of September 2012.
Guilbert, Eric // European Journal of Entomology; 2012, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p246
An appendix is presented of the new genus Caledoderus monteithi holotype.
- Animals and the Capacity to Care.
Ohana, Chris // Science & Children; Sep2007, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p6
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one about an inquiry-based study of intervertebrates and all animal species and another on the fundamental misunderstandings about animal classifications.
- AVIFAUNA FROM CERRO EL POTOS�, GALEANA, NUEVO LE�N, M�XICO.
Garcia-Salas, Juan A.; Contreras-Balderas, Armando J.; Ballesteros-Medrano, Oscar; Guzman-Velasco, Antonio // Texas Journal of Science; Nov2010, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p297
Cerro El Potos� is located in the state of Nuevo Leon in northeastern Mexico and is one of the highest peaks of the Sierra Madre Oriental (3713 meters msl). Avian censuses were conducted on a monthly basis during 1995 in order to document the avifauna species known to inhabit this unusual...
- Microcerella (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) from Argentinean Patagonia: New records and new species.
Mariluis, Juan C. // Revista de la Sociedad Entomol�gica Argentina; jul2004, Vol. 63 Issue 1/2, p41
Male of Microcerella lalie sp. nov. from Santa Cruz, Argentina is described and illustrated and new records from Austral Argentinean Patagonia are provided for Microcerella mallochi (Hall).
- THE COMPOSITION OF MIXED-SPECIES BIRD FLOCKS IN ALTO QUIND�O, COLOMBIA.
Arbel�ez-Cort�s, Enrique; Mar�n-Gomez, Oscar H. // Wilson Journal of Ornithology; Sep2012, Vol. 124 Issue 3, p572
Mixed-species bird flocks are a prevalent characteristic of Andean avian communities. We describe the species composition of mixed-species bird flocks observed in a high mountain zone (3,000 to 3,450 m) of Quind�o, central Andes, Colombia. The total number of species observed in mixed-species...
- High Jumpers.
Fraser, Stephen // Current Science; 1/7/2011, Vol. 96 Issue 9, p4
The article offers information on the species of tree kangaroos in Papua New Guinea.
- Animals thrive without oxygen at sea bottom.
Fang, Janet // Nature; 4/8/2010, Vol. 464 Issue 7290, p825
The article focuses on a study by the researchers related to the species of multicellular animals who spend their whole life in oxygen-free water in a basin at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea.
- CANADIAN HUMMINGBIRDS.
Fang, Janet // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416); Aug2010, Vol. 34 Issue 213, p45
The article describes three species of Canadian hummingbirds, namely ruby-throated, calliope and rufous.
- Iffy animal pedigrees pop up now and then.
Arthun, Robin // Western Farmer-Stockman; Mar2012, Vol. 135 Issue 3, p13
The author comments on livestock species and breeds which are occasionally found to be different from the normal livestock.
- Wild: New Beasts in the East.
Curtis, Paul D. // National Geographic; Dec2010, Vol. 218 Issue 6, following p8
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article in a previous issue that was concerned with wolf-coyote hybrids.
- YEAR OF THE DRACO.
Rauber, Paul // Sierra; May/Jun2012, Vol. 97 Issue 3, p20
The article offers information on Draco volans, a foot-long gliding lizard species found in the tropical rainforests of India and Southeast Asia.
- did you know? WILDLIFE.
Rauber, Paul // Pest Management Professional; Jul2012, Vol. 80 Issue 7, p52
The article offers information on raccoons, which make its home in forests, marshes, prairies and cities, and it also have six species beside the Northern American bandit that most of species live in tropical islands.
- KNOW YOUR RABBITS!
Armentrout, David; Armentrout, Patricia // Raising Rabbits; 2011, p22
Images of domestic rabbit varieties are presented which include the Angora, Lion-Head, and Netherland Dwarf.
- Bird mixed-flocks and nuclear species in a tecoma savanna in the Pantanal.
Amaral, P. P.; Ragusa-Netto, J. // Brazilian Journal of Biology; Aug2008, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p511
In bird mixed flocks, a prominent species, the so-called nuclear species, improves the cohesion and maintenance of the flocks, while other less conspicuous species are assumed as satellite. In this study we described the composition, as well as examined the existence of both nuclear and...
- Two New Liolaemus from the Puna Region of Argentina and Chile: Further Resolution of Purported Reproductive Bimodality in Liolaemus alticolor (Iguania: Liolaemidae).
Lobo, Fernando; Espinoza, Robert E. // Copeia; 2004, Vol. 2004 Issue 4, p850
We provide descriptions for two new cryptic species belonging to the Liolaemus alticolor group from northern Argentina and northeastern Chile. The new species were previously considered conspecific with either Liolaemus walkeri in northeastern Chile or L. alticolor in northwestern Argentina and...
- Some Records of the Birds of Prey in Mongolia in July 2009.
Oleg Belyalov // Raptors Conservation; 2009, Issue 17, p154
The article provides information on the 12 species of the birds of prey recorded in Mongolian Altai, Khentei, and Khangai in June 2009 including Black-Eared Kite, Steppe Eagle, and Himalayan Griffon.
- New Lachesilla (Psocodea: 'Psocoptera': Lachesillidae) from Peru and Mexico, based on males with one clunial apophysis.
Garc�a Aldrete, Alfonso N. // Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad; 2010, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p309
Three species of Lachesilla from Peru and Mexico are described and illustrated. They are based on male specimens, characterized by having a clunial apophysis over the area of the epiproct. The Mexican species constitutes a new species group, and the 2 Peruvian species belong in the pedicularia...
- New Frogs Found.
Garc�a Aldrete, Alfonso N. // Australasian Science; Dec2011, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p13
The article reports on the discovery of new frog species called kutini boulder-frog or Cophixalus kulakula and golden-capped boulder-frog called Cophixalus pakayakulangun in the rainforest of Cape York in Queensland by Doctor Conrad Hoskin in 2011.
- Elephant damage good for frogs.
Garc�a Aldrete, Alfonso N. // Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.); Dec2010, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p15
The article focuses on research that found that the areas with the greatest elephant damage had the highest number of species, conducted by a team of scientists from Georgia Southern University.
- LISTADO SISTEMÁTICO DE LAS AVES DEL ESTERO BOCA NEGRA, MÉXICO, REGISTRADO EN ABRIL DE 2004.
Cupul-Magaña, Fabio Germán // Ecologia Aplicada; 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 1/2, p185
The systematic list of birds observed at Boca Negra estuary, Jalisco, Mexico, is presented. The area was visited from April 3 to 9, 2004. Thirty five species, belonging to nine orders and 19 families were observed. Of these, 19 were water birds and 16 were land birds. The estuary is the most...
- WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE.
Cupul-Magaña, Fabio Germán // Backpacker; May2008, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p132
A map of North America is presented with information on the location of various animal species and their migration patterns.
- Human-Tiger Conflict in Context: Risks to Lives and Livelihoods in the Bangladesh Sundarbans.
Inskip, Chloe; Ridout, Martin; Fahad, Zubair; Tully, Rowan; Barlow, Adam; Barlow, Christina; Islam, Md.; Roberts, Thomas; MacMillan, Douglas // Human Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Journal; Apr2013, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p169
People's perceptions of the risk posed by wild animals to human lives and/or livelihoods can influence the rate at which people intentionally kill these species. Consequently, human-wildlife conflict (HWC) management strategies may benefit from the inclusion of actions which reduce risk...
- Fantastic Finds.
Smith, Natalie // Scholastic News -- Edition 4; 11/16/2009, Vol. 72 Issue 8, p6
A quiz about species of plants and animals discovered by scientists in Southeast Asia is presented.
- Two new species of zerconid mites (Acari: Zerconidae) from Giresun Province (Turkey).
URHAN, Raşit // Turkish Journal of Zoology; Mar2013, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p172
In this study, 2 new species of zerconid mites, Prozercon giresunensis sp. nov. and Prozercon murati sp. nov., were collected from Giresun Province in Turkey and are described and illustrated on the basis of adult females.
- Fab Crab.
URHAN, Raşit // Current Events; 5/7/2012, Vol. 111 Issue 20, p2
The article offers information on Insulamon palawanense, a new species of purple crab discovered in the island of Palawan.
Coals, Peter G. R. // Biologist; Dec2011, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p11
The article focuses on the author's view on the species in the forests of Mozambique.
- Spinifex pigeon Geophaps plumifera.
Menkhorst, Peter // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine; May/Jun2010, Issue 117, p11
The article provides information on spinifex pigeon, a desert-adapted species of pigeons and doves.
- QUESTION BOX.
COOK, KEVIN J. // Bird Watcher's Digest; May/Jun2013, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p70
The article provides an answer to a question of the exact number of bird species in the world.
- Annotated type catalogue of the Orthalicoidea (Mollusca, Gastropoda) in the Royal Belgian Institute of Sciences, Brussels, with descriptions of two new species.
Breure, Abraham S. H. // ZooKeys; 5/31/2011, Vol. 101, p1
The type status is described of 57 taxa from the superfamily Orthalicoidea in the collection of the Brussels museum. Two new species are described: Stenostylus perturbatus sp. n., and Suniellus adriani sp. n. New lectotypes are designated for Bulimulus (Naesiotus) amastroides Ancey, 1887;...
- A new sexannulate species of Orobdella (Hirudinida, Arhynchobdellida, Orobdellidae) from Yakushima Island, Japan.
Nakano, Takafumi // ZooKeys; 4/6/2012, Vol. 181, p79
A new sexannulate species of the genus Orobdella Oka, 1895, Orobdella mononoke sp. n., is described on the basis of five specimens collected from Yakushima Island, Japan. Orobdella mononoke sp. n. differs from other sexannulate Orobdella species in its possessing the following combination of...
- BIRD TOPOGRAPHY.
Nakano, Takafumi // Handbook of California Birds; 1986, p13
A diagram of the various parts of a bird in order to distinguish the different species is provided.
- Corrigenda: Mullins PL, Kawada R, Balhoff JP, Deans AR (2012) A revision of Evaniscus (Hymenoptera, Evaniidae) using ontology-based semantic phenotype annotation. ZooKeys 223: 1-38, doi: 10.3897/zookeys.223.3572.
Mullins, Patricia L.; Kawada, Rico; Balhoff, James P.; Deans, Andrew R. // ZooKeys; 3/15/2013, Vol. 277/278, p105
A correction to the article "A revision of Evaniscus (Hymenoptera, Evaniidae) using ontology-based semantic phenotype annotation" that was published in the previous issue is presented.
- Born to be good.
Frost, Richard // New Scientist; 12/10/2005, Vol. 188 Issue 2529, p26
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article related to social species of animals, published in the November 26, 2005 issue of the periodical.