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neotropical

pertaining to the BIOGEOGRAPHICAL REGION containing the South American subcontinent.
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Mastozoologia Neotropical received 89 and 88 research manuscripts and published 38 and 40 papers (combining articles and notes) in 2015 and 2016, respectively.
Fully winged (not found in the Neotropical Group 11 region) 1'.
Keywords: Agriculture, avian conservation, Midwest, Neotropical migrants, riparian width
The Neotropical otter has a wide distribution in Mexico, covering the western and eastern regions of the country (Fig.
La nutria neotropical (Lontra longicaudis) tiene una amplia distribucion en America tropical, desde Mexico hasta Argentina (EMMONS, 1997) y desde el nivel del mar hasta 3885 m de altitud (CASTRO-REVELO & ZAPATA-RIOS, 2001).
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.
Our findings suggest that there may be more undiagnosed cases of polycystic neotropical echinococcoses in immigrants from South America.
Taxonomy of the Neotropical genus Americabaetis, new status (Insecta: Ephemeroptera: Baetidae).
Anomalous colour in Neotropical mammals: a review with new records for Didelphis sp.
The neotropical lichen Dictyonema glabratum often grows in curly masses about the size of a fist.