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palustrine

a toxic alkaloid in Equisetum spp.
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2000), and the development of low-energy continental, palustrine and carbonate swamp environments in which a rich microfloristic association has been found and analyzed (Philippe et al.
1991 Indexing of common carp populations in large palustrine wetlands of the northern plains.
1: Distribution of surveyed palustrine emergent (PEM1) wetlands and irrigation canals in the northern Sierra Nevada foothills.
Our objective was to examine how structural complexity in palustrine habitats affects bat activity.
parkeri rickettsiosis-like disease in humans in the Parana River Delta suggests that similar cases of human illness may occur in palustrine regions of other Central and South American countries where this tick is found.
Phosphate removal capacity of palustrine forested wetlands and adjacent uplands in Virginia.
Paleoenvironmental record and applications of calcretes and palustrine carbonates.
The 33 wetlands were palustrine habitats ranging in age from 3-6 years, with a history of either row crop production or pasturing prior to restoration.
Distance (m) to the nearest road (either Class III paved road or active dirt logging road), nearest open water body (large river or lake/pond), nearest palustrine wetland including beaver ponds, nearest island within a lake, pond, or river, and nearest patch of cut/regeneration habitat was measured with the Animal Movement extension version 2.
Palustrine (meaning "marshy"-marshes, swamps, fens, and bogs).
This tribe comprises sigmodontine rodents with long claws, palustrine, semi-aquatic and fossorial habits, which inhabits open areas of central and southeastern Brazil, Uruguay, and parts of Argentina and Bolivia (Hershkovitz, 1966; Massoia, 1980; Musser and Carleton, 1993; Miranda et al.
Nonetheless, few surveys or foraging studies have investigated the importance of freshwater palustrine areas for bat communities (7, 8).