Meeting "Reproduction and Important Habitats of Migratory Birds of the Western Palearctic
Phylogeny of Palearctic
vole species (genus Microtus, Rodentia) based on mitochondrial sequences.
chinensis, distributed in the Eastern Palearctic
. Both are relatively small forms with a body length of less than 2 cm (see Fig.
The birds of the Palearctic
In 1988 and both the Rarities Committee and the Records Committee of the British Ornithologists Union accepted the record as being of a Blackburnian warbler, the first for the Western Palearctic
European grapevine moth, Lobesia botrana (Denis & Schiffermüller), is endemic to Mediterranean Europe, has invaded portions of the Palearctic
region (Europe, west Asia and North Africa) and East Africa, and was detected for the first time in the Americas in Chile, April 2008; in California, September 2009; and in Argentina, April 2010 (Ioriatti et al.
Anopheles Hyrcanus Group consists of several species that are vectors of malaria, filariasis and other mosquito-borne diseases in the Oriental and Palearctic
National Park Ichkeul, is one of the main wintering for water birds of the Western Palearctic
, and it is characterised by very specific hydrology of the lagoonal-lacustrine system that affects vegetation and thousands of migratory water birds.
As such, six broad geographic characters were defined: Nearctic (Area A), Neotropical (Area B), Palearctic
(Area C), Ethiopian (Area D), Oriental (Area E), and Australasian (Area F; includes Oceanian and Antarctic regions) (Fig.
asthenogmus in South America, which has previously been recorded in the Caribbean, India, North Africa, the Palearctic
, China, Seychelles, and Sri Lanka [19, 21-24].
Townes, "A catalogue and reclassification of the eastern palearctic
Ichneumonidae," Memoirs of American Entomological Institute, no.
A multidisciplinary approach reveals cryptic diversity in Western Palearctic
Tetramorium ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).