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Smith, I.M. et al. [sep-oct1994]
SUBJECT: new species; distribution naturelle; genera; new genus; habitats
POSTED TO: The Canadian entomologist (Canada) [0008-347X]
Daghigh, Younes et al. []
Increment of value of lands, population growth in the world and necessity on optimum usage of coastal lands in recent years, led to more researches done on designing and constructing coastal dykes and conservation of coastal lands. Many countries those are confronted land limitations, have started to make areas for constricting residential and recreative complexes by developing coastal lands a ...
SUBJECT: usa; mexico (district federal); coastal soils; economic situation; poland
Report of the Joint Meeting of the Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission Working Party on Assessment of Fish Resources and Working Party on Stock Assessment of Shrimp and Lobster Resources, Cartagena, Colombia, 18-23 November 1977
FAO, Rome et al. 
42 tables, graphs; 3 ref.
SUBJECT: mexique; fishery resources; yields; puerto rico; gambas y camarones
Bacarella, A. et al. [feb1996]
SUBJECT: usa; consommation alimentaire; avocat; sicile; rendement des cultures
POSTED TO: Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura (Italy) [0016-2310]
Bird, R.McK. 
Many large data sets have resulted from over 100 years of maize and teosinte research, but they have not been compared quantitatively. Comparisons can be facilitated using standardized distance matrices (SDMs), setting the average distance between sections Luxuriantes and Zea at 100. Differences between SDMs can guide revision both of teosinte and maize taxonomy and of models of Zea evolution. ...
SUBJECT: specie; cytology; usa; taxonomy; andean region
POSTED TO: Maydica (Italy) [0025-6153]
Trentini, L. et al. [16-22jan1998]
SUBJECT: cultivos de invernadero; production data; iran republique islamique; culture sous abri; culture sans sol
POSTED TO: Informatore Agrario (Italy) [0020-0689]
Brower, L.P. 
SUBJECT: usa; locomotion; texas; comportamiento; aile
POSTED TO: Journal of Experimental Biology (United Kingdom)
Bird use of saltcedar and cottonwood vegetation in the Middle Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico, U.S.A.
Ellis L.M. 
SUBJECT: variation saisonniere; usa; habitats; habitat; ecologie forestiere
POSTED TO: Journal of Arid Environments
Cardicola langeli sp. n. (Digenea: Aporocotylidae) from heart of sheepshead, Archosargus probatocephalus (Actinopterygii: Sparidae) in the Gulf of Mexico, with an updated list of hosts, infection sites and localities for Cardicola spp.
Bullard, S.A. [feb2013]
Cardicola langeli n. sp. (Digenea: Aporocotylidae) infects the heart of sheepshead, Archosargus probatocephalus (Perciformes: Sparidae) in the northern Gulf of Mexico off Horn Island (type locality), Mississippi, USA. The new species is described herein using light and scanning electron microscopy of adult specimens and can be most easily distinguished from the other 24 accepted species of Car ...
SUBJECT: usa; espece nouvelle; helminthoses; hote; golfe du mexique
POSTED TO: Folia Parasitologica (Czech Republic) [0015-5683]
Historic and Current Distributions of River Otters (Lontra canadensis) and (Lontra longicaudis) in the Río Grande or Río Bravo del Norte Drainage of Colorado and New Mexico, USA and of Chihuahua, Mexico and Adjacent Areas
Paul Polechla et al. 
The Río Grande drainage is an important and imperiled wetland of the US/Mexican border arid lands. There is a desire to restore otter populations in this river by interested parties. In order to follow IUCN guidelines for restoration, biologists need learn more fully the situation prior to implementation of restoration management. A prerequisite for proper restoration conservation is to know t ...
SUBJECT: río grande; habitat; coahuila; stocking; river otter