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neotropical

pertaining to the BIOGEOGRAPHICAL REGION containing the South American subcontinent.
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Both studies identified considerable data shortfalls, and these were particularly apparent in the Neotropics - this region contain the largest number of amphibian species (49.
These crops were selected due to their high economic importance in agricultural ecosystems of the Neotropic, particularly in the Northeast of Argentina.
The worldwide area of occurrence of the families is indicated as: SAm- South America, CAm- Central America, NAm- Norte America, NT- Neotropic, AF- Africa, OR- Orient.
The pleiotrophic effects of Ginkgo biloba as an antioxidant, memory enhancer and neotropic agent make an ideal choice as a neuroprotector.
Mexico is the only country in the world where clear boundaries of two biogeographic realms are found: Nearctic and Neotropic.
The interviewees, some of whom identify as lesbian, queer or bisexual, include Le Tigre, Neotropic, DJ Rekha, Pauline Oliveros, Pamela Z, Annea Lockwood and Keiko Uenishi.
The genus Stenomicra comprises 36 species distributed in the Afrotropical, Oriental, Australasian, Palearctic, Nearctic and Neotropic regions.
Natural infection caused by the fungus Beauveria bassiana as a pathogen of Musca domestica in the neotropic.
4) R gallopavo * Colinus Northern Bobwhite virginianus Tachybaptus Least Grebe dominicus * Podilymbus Pied-billed Grebe podiceps Phalacrocorax Neotropic Cormorant brasilianus Ardea herodias + Great Blue Heron Ardea alba + Great Egret Egretta thula Snowy Egret Bubulcus ibis Cattle Egret Butorides Green Heron 1 2(1.