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Misc Reference Diversity of ground-dwelling ants in the Chaco National Park (Argentina)
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Misc Reference Octet Stream Termite beta-diversity in French Guiana rainforests: high turnover of soil feeders
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Misc Reference Spatio-temporal distribution of termite swarming in a Panamanian rainforest
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Misc Reference The IBISCA sticky trap programme and focal taxa: Auchenorrhyncha and Agrilus (Hemiptera, Coleoptera)
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Incollection Reference Termites in Santo: lessons from a survey in Penaoru area.
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Incollection Reference Nutrient recycling starts in the canopy: the secretive action of termites.
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Incollection Reference Challenges and solutions for planning and implementing large-scale biotic inventories
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Article Reference On Scottish sawflies , with results of the 14 th International Sawfly Workshop , in the southern Highlands , 2010
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Article Reference A reassessment of the fossil goose Anser scaldii Lambrecht, 1933
The name Anser scaldii was first used by Van Beneden (1872) in a brief text that read ‘Nous avons recu un humérus dans un parfait état de conservation, trouvé dans le crag, à Anvers’. The name was also used by Van Beneden (1873), but in both instances it is a nomen nudum. The name was made valid for the purposes of nomenclature by Lambrecht (1933: 368) when he entered Anser scaldii Van Beneden, 1872, with the following description and information: ‘Humerus typisch anserin, von der Größe von Tadorna casarca. Länge 129 mm. Material: Humerus im Mus. Bruxelles. Alter und Fundort: Obermiozän (Bolderian), Antwerpen. Etymologie: Artname nach der Schelde: Scaldia.’ At the same time he mistakenly gave the original combination as Anas scaldii Van Beneden 1872, which error was perpetuated by Gaillard (1939), Brodkorb (1964), Howard (1964), and Bochenski (1997), as noted by Mlíkovský (2002: 125). The statement by Lambrecht that this fossil is of similar length to humeri of Tadorna prompted Worthy et al. (2007) to suggest that Anser scaldii may have a bearing on the evolution of Tadornini in Europe. Accordingly, we re- examined the holotype in the Department of Paleontology, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, Belgium, to ascertain its relationships and its significance in Anseriform evolution.
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Article Reference A complete skull of Allodaposuchus precedens Nopcsa, 1928 (Eusuchia) and a reassessment of the morphology of the taxon based on the romanian remains
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