They occur in various habitats and can be found in synanthropic
(apartments, houses, storage products) as well as natural habitats (in flowers, under bark, inside tree hollows, in nests of birds or mammals, and associated with spider webs).
behavior of the Neotropical Palm Swift Tachornis squamala (Apodiformes: Apodidae) in the Brazilian caatinga.
From the mouths of monkeys: detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex DNA from buccal swabs of synanthropic
30) Numerous yeasts obtained from feces in synanthropic
wild birds have been found to show resistance to multiple antifungal agents, including voriconazole.
V: Issues of studying the adventitious and synanthropic
flora in the CIS-regions: Proceedings of the Moscow International Conference--Tula: 100-102.
coli transmission from pets to humans, with inconclusive or inconsistent findings (refer to section on synanthropic
Chromosome numbers in synanthropic
plants from the Russian Far East.
Habitat and biology: A very adaptable synanthropic
species collected from foliage and leaf-litter in natural habitats, but also regularly collected in South Africa from buildings.
The diet of three synanthropic
bats (Chiroptera: Molossidae) from eastern Madagascar.
Isolations of enteric pathogens from synanthropic
flies trapped in downtown Kuala Lumpur.
In parts of South and Southeast Asia, macaques and people are synanthropic
, which means they share the same ecological niche.
Isolation of enteric pathogens from synanthropic
flies trapped in downtown KualaLumpur.