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Research highlights. Crowder, Lucien Report Dec 1, 2018 2790
"For the birds": the worthy importance of restoring tropical forests. Jan 1, 2016 381
Predation of juvenile Jasus frontalis: an endemic spiny lobster of the Juan Fernandez archipelago, Chile. Petit, Ignacio J.; Gaymer, Carlos F.; Palma, Alvaro T.; Wahle, Richard A. Report Dec 1, 2015 3674
Y-single nucleotide polymorphisms diversity in Chinese indigenous horse. Han, Haoyuan; Zhang, Qin; Gao, Kexin; Yue, Xiangpeng; Zhang, Tao; Dang, Ruihua; Lan, Xianyong; Chen, Report Aug 1, 2015 5569
Status and Phylogenetic Analyses of Endemic Birds of the Himalayan Region. Thakur, M.L.; Negi, Vineet Report Apr 30, 2015 4556
Native pig and chicken breed database: NPCDB. Jeong, Hyeon-Soo; Kim, Dae-Won; Chun, Se-Yoon; Sung, Samsun; Kim, Hyeon-Jeong; Cho, Seoae; Kim, Heeb Report Oct 1, 2014 2317
10 Tony's law has claws. Brief article Sep 1, 2014 163
Multiscale Patterns of Phylogenetic Community Structure and Distributional Aggregation for Endemic Mammals of China. Chen, Youhua Report Aug 31, 2014 2704
Modeling extinction risk of endemic birds of Mainland China. Chen, Youhua Report Jan 1, 2014 3434
Fishes of Bermuda. Smith-Vaniz, William F.; Collette, Bruce B. Report Oct 25, 2013 12363
Two new endemic species in the Midas cichlid species complex from Nicaraguan crater lakes: Amphilophus tolteca and Amphilophus viridis (Perciformes, Cichlidae). Recknagel, Hans; Kusche, Henrik; Elmer, Kathryn R.; Meyer, Axel Report Oct 25, 2013 9121
The Oregon chub makes its way toward recovery. Garner, Kim; Bangs, Brian; Scheerer, Paul Mar 22, 2013 785
Traditional medicinal plants an indigenous source of healthcare. Feb 24, 2013 937
National genetic evaluation (system) of Hanwoo (Korean native cattle). Park, B.; Choi, T.; Kim, S.; Oh, S.-H. Report Feb 1, 2013 3773
Phylogenetic analysis of a privately-owned Korean native chicken population using mtDNA D-loop variations. Hoque, M.R.; Choi, N.R.; Sultana, H.; Kang, B.S.; Heo, K.N.; Hong, S.K.; Jo, C.; Lee, J.H. Report Feb 1, 2013 3450
New records of the endemic Chinanteco deermouse Habromys chinanteco (Rodentia: Cricetidae) in the Sierra Madre de Oaxaca, Mexico. Briones-Salas, Miguel; Hernandez-Allende, A.; Coronel, M. Martinez; Perez, G. Gonzalez Report Jun 1, 2012 1119
Human Threats to Population of Endemic Sand Dune Cricket (Schizodactylus inexpectatus). Aydin, Gokhan; Karaca, Ismail Report Dec 31, 2011 2861
Restoring habitat at Pearl Harbor. Foote, Ken Sep 22, 2009 904
Heat stress in the intertidal: comparing survival and growth of an invasive and native mussel under a variety of thermal conditions. Schneider, Kimberly R. Report Dec 1, 2008 9216
Comparative life history of native (Orconectes eupunctus) and introduced (Orconectes neglectus) Crayfishes in the Spring river drainage of Arkansas and Missouri. Larson, Eric R.; Magoulick, Daniel D. Report Oct 1, 2008 7265
Plant evolution and biodiversity in the Caribbean Islands--perspectives from molecular markers. Santiago-Valentin; Eugenio; Francisco-Ortega, Javier Report May 1, 2008 2013
Potential biodiversity loss in Florida bromeliad phytotelmata due to Metamasius callizona (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae), an invasive species. Frank, J.H.; Fish, D. Report Mar 1, 2008 5785
On a wing and a prayer: the forests of the Eastern Arc mountains of Kenya and Tanzania have been compared to the Galapagos Islands because of their extraordinarily; high concentrations of endemic species. But, like so many such biodiversity hotspots, they are under threat from human activities such as agriculture and logging. In one area in northern Tanzania, however, an unlikely saviour has emerged: the humble butterfly. Furniss, Charlie Aug 1, 2007 1332
J Wildl Dis: Characterization of canarypox-like viruses infecting endemic birds in the Galapagos Islands. Thiel, T.; Whiteman, N.K.; Tirape, A. Reprint Mar 1, 2006 244
Melioidosis in New Caledonia. Garin, Benoit Oct 1, 2005 1795
Canine leishmaniasis, Italy. Rossi, Luca Oct 1, 2005 2013
Phage attack: antibacterial virus might suppress cholera. Seppa, N. Jan 15, 2005 382
Remarkable rats: "... most [of these Filipino rodents] look nothing like anyone's typical image of a rat. They range from large, furry, long-tailed leaf-eaters to tiny, mouse-like creatures that feed on soft-bodied soil invertebrates.". Heaney, Lawrence R. Jan 1, 2005 1464
4 The protected areas and biosphere reserves in the temperate rainforests. Report Jun 1, 2000 13925
Natural History of Massachusetts (1). Thoreau, Henry David Essay Jan 1, 1993 8554

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