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Correspondence of butterfly and host plant diversity: foundation for habitat restoration and conservation

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First record of spider Tegenaria ferruginea (Panzer, 1804) from Belarus with notes on overwintering

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Geographic trends in range sizes explain patterns in bird responses to urbanization in Europe

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Long-term species richness-abundance dynamics in relation to species departures and arrivals in wintering urban bird assemblages

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Distribution of mosquito larvae in rice field habitats: a spatial scale analysis in semi-field condition

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Diversity of actinobacteria in the marshes of Ezzemoul and Djendli in northeastern Algeria

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The contribution of the Canary Island date palm (Phoenix canariensis) to the winter diet of frugivores in novel ecosystems

nutritional characterizations of date palm fruits (Phoenix dactylifera L.). Journal of Applied Scientific Research, 6(6), 1060–1067. Fatima, G. (2016). Diversity and nutritional properties of Pakistani dates: implications for sustainable value chain and decent living perspectives of rural households. (Doktor der Agrarwissenschaften), University of Kassel, Kassel. Fulton, G. R. (2018) Pied Currawong Strepera graculina nesting in an underground carpark. Australian Field Ornithology, 35, 91–92. Gbanie, S., Griffin, A., & Thornton, A. (2018) Impacts on the

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The conceptual structure of evolutionary biology: A framework from phenotypic plasticity

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Tree Species Composition and Forest Stratification along the Gradients in the Dry Deciduous Forests of Godavari Valley, Telangana, India

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Tree diversity in the tropical dry forest of Bannerghatta National Park in Eastern Ghats, Southern India

vernacular names of south Indian plants. Divyachandra Prakashana, Bangalore, India, pp.56. Heywood, V.H. (Eds) (1995) Global Biodiversity Assessment. UNEP, Cambridge University Press, pp.1140. Huang, W., Pohjonen, V., Johansson, S., Nashanda, M., Katigula, M.I.L. & Luukkanen, O. (2003) Species diversity, forest structure and species composition in Tanzanian tropical forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 173, 11-24. Hubbell, S.P. & Foster R.B. (1992) Short-term dynamics of a neotropical forest: why ecological research

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