Palearctic


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Palearctic

(pā′lē-ärk′tĭk, -är′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the biogeographic region that includes Europe, the northwest coast of Africa, and Asia north of the Himalaya Mountains.
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Czekanski-Moir, antweb): Ngaremlengu Palearctic Japan [less than or equal to]2009 (Schmidt 2010) (a) No previously published records.
Following Canard (2005), the West Palearctic zone is divided into six different sectors (Table 1): North and Far East Europe, Atlantic Europe, Central Europe, Mediterranean Europe, Mediterranean Middle East, and North Africa and South Atlantic islands.
Chromosomal variability and evolution of Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera) particularly that of Chrysomelinae and Palearctic Alticinae.
norvegicoides (Sladen), which had also been treated as a variety of norwegica by Bequaert--Miller did not refer to Palearctic norwegica.
One species is widely distributed in the Palearctic (C.
The Journal of the Birds of the Western Palearctic, BWP Update.
By using these criteria, the palearctic Myotis virus would form a distinct coronavirus species with German and Chinese subspecies.
The species represents the Palearctic sister species of the Nearctic Trebacosa marxi (Stone 1890), and occurs in a very specialized habitat of Phragmitetum communis.
We investigated genetic variability and population structure of the greenfinch (Carduelis chloris), a widespread Palearctic passerine showing clinal body size and plumage variation across Europe (Voous 1952).