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No other late arthrodires demonstrate faunistic affinities with the earliest tetrapod communities.
The faunistic biodiversity study of the humid zone of Reghaia, is based on use of trap pots, methods that allowed discerning 965 invertebrates inventoried.
Both purely environmental factors and geographical or historical ones, especially faunistic element spreading from adjacent biogeographical provinces, could thus cause important regional differences in the composition of species assemblages across the Czech Republic.
In this sense, faunistic and taxonomic studies on Neotropical arthropod species are important, both, to improve our knowledge about the biotic richness of one of the most biodiverse regions in the world (Myers et al.
In that way, checklist or faunistic studies demonstrate a clear connection between basic taxonomy and biodiversity issues; and, as in other fields, these inventories provide an important source of quantitative compiled information concerning species diversity of several regions.
The use of pitfall or vulcan traps has been suggested in Brazilian caves, in many faunistic inventories for huge mining and hydroelectric projects, for being the most efficient method (unpubl.
Faunistic and biological notes on marine invertebrates.
Faunistic Studies in South-East Asian and Pacific Island Odonata (6):1-21.
In this work we used the Whittaker index to calculate the faunistic substitution rate between the bag removal days.
This work is part of the project: Bases para la conservacion de las mariposas diurnas en los bosques nublados de la zona central de Veracruz (Universidad Veracruzana y PROMEP) y Faunistic study of the Lepidoptera in the state of Veracruz, in the Veracruzana University, code: DGI: 22314 2012122, and the academic team: Entomology and Parasitology, of the School of Biology-Xalapa, Veracruzana University, Mexico.
Faunistic survey of Mite (Acari) associated with Grapevine in Safiabad, Khuzestan.
Since there is no any comprehensive taxonomic treatment, data about Melolonthini of Pakistan could be extracted from few faunistic papers and/or catalogues only (Bezdik, 2006; Hashmi and Tashfeen, 1992; Chaudhry et al.
This, in turn, has brought in massive changes in the floristic and faunistic features of the very rugged and nearly barren waterless Hatta hills.