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neotropical

pertaining to the BIOGEOGRAPHICAL REGION containing the South American subcontinent.
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Twenty-nine percent of the neotropical ticks tested positive for Rickettsia species, including Rickettsia parkeri, a pathogen that causes a disease similar to Rocky Mountain spotted fever, which can be life-threatening in humans bitten by an infected tick.
Although descriptions of nests and other aspects of the breeding biology of a species are an important aspect of its basic natural history information, they are lacking for many Neotropical species.
The Cerrados of Brazil: Ecology and Natural History of a Neotropical Savanna.
Our findings suggest that there may be more undiagnosed cases of polycystic neotropical echinococcoses in immigrants from South America.
To assess current scientific capacity in conservation genetics in Austral and Neotropical America (ANA), a search was performed using Web of Science (apps.
As part of a larger expedition investigating the biology of acoustic communication in Neotropical singing mice, we documented three observations of long-tailed weasels (Mustela frenata costaricensis: Goldman, 1912) associating with Scotinomys.
Another Neotropical species that also present simple and hyaline hairs on the petiole and rachis is S.
Among all the groups within Harpactorinae, Harpactorini is the largest with more than 2,000 species, more than 280 described genera worldwide (Maldonado, 1990), and 51 genera in the Neotropical region (Forero et al.
The Cracidae family of neotropical birds is regarded as one of the most severely threatened in the world.
lugubris ha sido catalogado como una especie introducida, especialmente en sitios como Nueva Zelanda, Sur de Florida y varios paises e islas en la region Neotropical (Peters y Donoso-Barros 1970, Savage 2002).
They cover the human biological clock from genes to chronotherapy, photosensitivity as a disregarded attribute to analyze photo-periodic clocks, respiration rhythm and quality of sleep in the total wellness and development of a child, circadian sleep-wake rhythms in pre-term infants, interactions between the circadian and the immune systems as a framework for understanding disease, the spider monkey Ateles geoffroyi as a case study in the chronoecology of neotropical primates, the role of clocks and chaos in a biodynamic approach to cancer, and experimental findings and analytical properties of a klepsydraic model of internal time presentation.
For example, researchers originally described the neotropical pseudoscorpion, Semeiochernes armiger (Balzan 1892), from Central and South America as three species (S.