Botaurus: Gestión del hábitat del avetoro (Botaurus stellaris) en la cuenca del Duero

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Migratory blackcaps tested in Emlen funnels can orient at 85 but not at 88 degrees magnetic inclination


Migratory blackcaps tested in Emlen funnels can orient at 85 but not at 88 degrees magnetic inclination.

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Experimental Change of the Orientation of Two Populations of Talitrus saltator Crustacea Amphipoda Talitridae from Cap Bon North-Eastern Tunisia – El Gtari – 2014 – Ethology – Wiley Online Library


Experimental Change of the Orientation of Two Populations of Talitrus saltator Crustacea Amphipoda Talitridae from Cap Bon North-Eastern Tunisia – El Gtari – 2014 – Ethology –

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Behavioural evidence of magnetoreception in dolphins: detection of experimental magnetic fields – Springer


Behavioural evidence of magnetoreception in dolphins: detection of experimental magnetic fields – Springer.

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El eslizón de Chafarinas


El eslizón de Chafarinas on Vimeo on Vimeo

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Visual Matching in the Orientation of Desert Ants Melophorus bagoti: The Effect of Changing Skyline Height – Julle-Daniere – 2014 – Ethology


Visual Matching in the Orientation of Desert Ants Melophorus bagoti: The Effect of Changing Skyline Height – Julle-Daniere – 2014 – Ethology.

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16th International Congress of Photobiology | Córdoba in Argentina in September (8th to 12th) 2014


16th International Congress of Photobiology | Córdoba in Argentina in September (8th to 12th) 2014

Symposium

Tuesday. Sept. 9th. 15:00-17:10

Birds Migration – The Radical-Pair Mechanism

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I. Solov’yov

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The largest amphibian in the world, the critically endangered Chinese Giant Salamander


Giants on the Edge from Darren Williams on Vimeo.

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Animal Migration


Animal Migration

Animal Migration is an international journal that publishes cutting-edge research on the biology of migratory species.

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Girini d’Italia – Tadpoles of Italy


“Girini d’Italia – Tadpoles of Italy” is a contribution on recognition and biology of larval stages of Italian Anurans. The book framework is built by two fundamental resources:  an innovative iconography combining scientific accuracy and trait pleasantness, on the one hand, and a synthetic text offering an updated overlook on ecology and behaviour of Anuran larvae, on the other. This monograph wish to be an useful tool for alive tadpole identification through observation of external morphology, coloration and behaviour. In this respect, it includes a dichotomous key to be used in the field, which does not take into account some features traditionally used in Amphibian larvae identification, as horny teeth.  Tadpoles have been mainly represented in Gosner developmental stages 35-39, which are widely considered the most significant for species identification. In order to avoid mistakes in depicting and ascribing the larvae, for a few genera (for instance Rana and Pelophylax) species determination has followed the completion of metamorphosis and/or genetical analysis. A special effort has been dedicated to showing variations in shape and coloration regarding Anuran species whose larvae are known to display a high degree of polymorphism due to variations of environmental parameters.dalmatina

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