Please forward this error screen to 158. Importance and application of biosystematics in biology pdf Zoologica Cracoviensia Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia is an international journal that includes papers of general interest on the systematics, phylogeny, biogeography, ecology and paleontology of terrestrial and fresh-water animals worldwide.
All papers are subject to peer reviews. There are no publication charges for authors. Electronic journal content will still be organized in two issues per year. Indexed in: BIOSIS Previews, Zoological Record, AGRO, Index Copernicus, PBN – Polska Bibliografia Naukowa. Digitalization of archival volumes was financially supported by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education under the “Index Plus” programme. To fulfill these requirements, the editor of the AZC will take care to register the electronic works and include the registration numbers in the papers.
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While all suggestions will be considered, the final choice of reviewers as well as final decision on publication of the manuscript rests with the Editors. List of our Referees can be found here. Estimating the extinction time of two cave bears, Ursus spelaeus and U. Cnephasiini, Ceracini, Atteriini, Sparganothini and Euliini.
Distribution of rare and endangered mammal species in Silesia during the years 2004-2008. The common weasel Mustela nivalis L. North American colubrid snake Dennis PARMLEY and J. Dealing with uneven recording effort in regional atlas projects on the distribution of amphibians and reptiles. Osteology of Russian toads and frogs for paleontological researches.
Early and early Middle Pleistocene of Betfia in Romania. The late Turolian muroid rodent succession in eastern Spain. Dynamics of the avifauna during the paleogene and the early neogene of France. History of herons of the Western Palaearctic. Structure of West Mediterranean vegetation and climate since 5. Soricidae: Sorex Linnaeus, 1758, Neomys Kaup, 1829, Macroneomys Fejfar, 1966, Paenelimnoecus Baudelot, 1972 and Soricidae indeterminata. Body of the Arthropoda Laboratory, Paleontological Institute, Rus.
Laos and Viet Nam, with description of a new species. Species composition, diversity, dominance, frequency and associations. Redescription of Tetracanthella caucasica Stach, 1947, status nov. Phylogeny and classification of Tipulomorpha, with special emphasis on the family Limoniidae. Crane flies – three families or one ?
Birds inhabiting organic and conventional farms in Central Poland. The above article had the figure 1 printed incorrectly in the June 2009 issue. Historical and contemporary ranges of the spadefoot toads Pelobates spp. UKIĆ, Vladimir BEŠKOV, Vesna SIDOROVSKA, Dan COGĂLNICEANU, L. Marco DELLACASA, Giovanni DELLACASA, Robert D.
This article is about the insect. Mosquitoes are small, midge-like flies that constitute the family Culicidae. The oldest known mosquito with an anatomy similar to modern species was found in 79-million-year-old Canadian amber from the Cretaceous. An older sister species with more primitive features was found in Burmese amber that is 90 to 100 million years old. The Old and New World Anopheles species are believed to have subsequently diverged about 95 million years ago.