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neotropical

pertaining to the BIOGEOGRAPHICAL REGION containing the South American subcontinent.
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Baetidae is among the most diverse families of the Ephemeroptera order in the Neotropical region (Barber-James et al.
Emergence of polycystic neotropical echinococcosis.
Ticks fall under two feeding categories: generalists, feeding on a wide range of hosts, and host-specific - like the neotropical tick - which feeds on songbirds in its beginning life stages, and moves in its adult stage to a species of porcupines not found in the United States.
In Mexico the modification of freshwater environments, water contamination, and human activities such as hunting and fishing are likely the factors that have a high impact in Neotropical otter populations (Sanchez et al., 2007).
Neotropical migrant birds and edge effects at a forest-stream ecotone.
In closing, we believe that Mastozoologia Neotropical is in an excellent position to face the challenges outlined above and increase its role as a major venue for the dissemination of research on Neotropical mammals.
(2017) Biogeographic patterns in the feeding habits of the opportunist and semiaquatic Neotropical otter.