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  • SciELO

    The mandibular features of YPFB-LIT-PAL-005 are more compatible with dietary habits that include hard and brittle or turgid fruits, emphasizing crushing, and secondarily grinding, instead of the extensive grinding of grazers (Ercoli et al. 2020 Ercoli M.D., Álvarez A., Moyano S.R., Youlatos D., Candela A.M. 2020. Tracing the Paleobiology of ...

  • Macroepibenthic communities at the tip of the Antarctic ...

    2015-11-9 · The Southern Ocean ecosystem at the Antarctic Peninsula has steep natural environmental gradients, e.g. in terms of water masses and ice cover, and experiences regional above global average climate change. An ecological macroepibenthic survey was conducted in three ecoregions in the north-western Weddell Sea, on the continental shelf of the Antarctic …

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  • Responses to chemical cues indicative of predation risk by ...

    The giant African land snail A. fulica is a fast-growing polyphagous plant pest that has been introduced from its native range in East Africa to many parts of the world as a commercial food source (for humans, fish and livestock) and as a novelty …

  • Restoration Resource Center Costa Rica: Restauración del ...

    Crushing invasive tifa in the Palo Verde wetland; Credit: Asociacion Costa Rica Por Siempre ... Hay animales (principalmente tortugas, serpientes, sapos, ratones e invertebrados) que se refugian en los parches secos de tifa en la época seca (Castañeda 2003, Obs. Pers), cuando frecuentemente se realizan las quemas para reducir la biomasa de la ...

  • Matching Columns Game: Let''s Talk Teeth Matching Game ...

    Learning Resources (Matching Columns Game): Let''s Talk Teeth Matching Game (shark - teeth) - One shark tooth does not fit all! Shark teeth come in different shapes, sizes, and patterns, allowing the shark to eat a specialized diet. Teeth are grouped into four different categories: cutting, gripping, crushing, and filter-feeding. Cutting teeth have serrated edges that are useful …

  • Diving with Kolponomos by HodariNundu on DeviantArt

    2019-4-4 · Today, it is believed to be close to the origin of seals. Because its fossils are incomplete, we don´t know exactly what it looked like, but it appears to have been large and somewhat bear-like, and had a powerful skull and jaws with teeth adapted to crushing hard food, as well as huge, powerful feet and claws.

  • Littoral Decapods of Socorro Island, Revillagigedo ...

    Sampling was done manually by lifting rocks and crushing portions of dead coral. Determination of crab species was based on identification keys and descriptions by Rathbun (1918, 1930), Garth (1958), Haig (1960, 1966), Brusca (1980), García-Madrigal (1994) and Hendrickx (1995b).

  • Achatina fulica (giant African land snail)

    The giant African land snail A. fulica is a fast-growing polyphagous plant pest that has been introduced from its native range in East Africa to many parts of the world as a commercial food source (for humans, fish and livestock) and as a novelty …

  • BR112012030151B1

    crystalline polymorph, composition, method for controlling an invertebrate pest and use of the polymorph is presented as a solid form of 4- [5- [3-chloro-5- (trifluoromethyl) phenyl] -4,5-dihydro-5- ( trifluoromethyl) -3-isoxazolyl] -N- [2-oxo-2 - [(2,2,2-trifluoroethyl) amino] ethyl] -1-naphthalenecarboxamide (compound 1). Also disclosed are compositions containing a solid …

  • Effect of different mowing regimes on butterflies and ...

    2007-2-20 · ment frequently includes crushing blades instead of the traditionally used cutting blades. In addition, in a large proportion of verges the soil is disturbed due to construction works on an average of once every 20– 30 years (Mahosenaho & Pirinen, 1999). If available, decision–support systems using databases on road verge flora and fauna ...

  • Aggregata polibraxiona n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Aggregatidae ...

    2021-10-1 · Aggregata polibraxiona n. sp. first Apicomplexa described from a cephalopod in Mexico.. A. polibraxiona n. sp. is the first Apicomplexa described from Octopus bimaculatus.. Morphological description shows cylindrical projections on the sporocyst wall. • Molecular characterization shows A. polibraxiona n. sp. close to A. octopiana.

  • Bio2#7

    2016-4-17 · Bio2#7. 1. Introducción a las formas y funcionamiento de los animales Digestión y nutrición Circulación e intercambio gaseoso Sistema inmunitario Osmoregulación y excresión Hormonos y sistema endócrino Reproducción …

  • Tentaculitoids of Brazil

    Invertebrados fósiles de la formación Lipeón (Silúrico superior) del área Bermejo-los Toldos, noroeste argentino. Revista de La Asociacíon Geológica Argentina, 66:171-177. …

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  • The Mesozoic Marine Revolution | SpringerLink

    2016-11-19 · The Mesozoic Marine Revolution (MMR) was a major evolutionary episode involving the large-scale restructuring of shallow-marine benthic communities and the rise to dominance of the Modern Evolutionary Fauna. Although the majority of studies published on the MMR have been based on the body-fossil record, the ichnologic record yields valuable ...

  • Kairuku

    2015-9-15 · The Kairuku (Ky-roo-koo) is one of the Creatures in ARK: Survival Evolved. This section is intended to be an exact copy of what the survivor Helena Walker, the author of the dossiers, has written. There may be some discrepancies between this text and the in-game creature. The Kairuku can be found on the mainland of the northwestern part of the island, or …

  • A fossil fish assemblage from the middle Miocene of the ...

    2021-11-18 · A–C, geographical context of the Makaraipao locality (loc. 390093) in the Cocinetas Basin, Guajira Peninsula, Colombia. D, stratigraphic column of the Long Section (loc. 170514) modified from Moreno et al.()Extant representatives of the taxa recorded at the fossil locality are shown on the right (photographs courtesy of: Daiju Azuma (Lepidosiren) (CC BY-SA 2.5), Carl …

  • Shell occupation and ectosymbionts of two hermit crab ...

    2015-11-23 · Site description and sampling methods. Two diogenid species of hermit crabs were selected for the study, Clibanarius antillensis Stimpson, 1859 and Calcinus tibicen (Herbst, 1791). Specimens were randomly captured manually during about 1 h by one person in low-tide periods in order to obtain specimens of different sizes, every 2 months from February 2011 to January …

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  • Impacts of boat mooring disturbance on productivity and ...

    2021-6-3 · Aggregations of rhodoliths, habitat-forming, free-living coralline red algae, form beds throughout the world''s oceans. On Santa Catalina Island, California, USA, rhodolith beds occur in protected coves where dense networks of moorings support recreational boating activities. The chains and spreader lines associated with these moorings chronically disturb the benthos, …

  • New symbiotic association in marine annelids ...

    INTRODUCTION. Annelids, or segmented worms, are an important group of animals that include around 25 000 species (Read & Fauchald, 2019).They show a huge morphological and ecological diversity, inhabiting marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments (Rouse & Pleijel, 2001).Within the marine realm, most annelids are benthic, inhabiting the pelagic realm only as larvae or …

  • Detrital zircons U–Pb SHRIMP ages and provenance of La ...

    2013-11-1 · Zircon grains were separated from samples 2734 and 2741 using standard crushing, washing, heavy liquid (Sp. Gr. 2.96 and 3.3) and paramagnetic procedures. The zircon-rich heavy mineral concentrates were poured onto double-sided tape, mounted in epoxy together with chips of the reference zircons (FC1 Duluth Gabbro), sectioned approximately in ...

  • (PDF) Comparative Feeding Ecology of Felids in a ...

    Yuriana Gómez-Ortiz. Luis Martínez-García. Jaguars, Panthera onca (Linnaeus, 1758), and pumas, Puma concolor (Linnaeus, 1771) are the largest felids in the neotropics. Both can overlap in niche ...

  • Laboulbeniales hyperparasites (Fungi, Ascomycota) of bat ...

    Pretreatments employed with the Extract‐N‐Amp method included a prolonged incubation period at 56°C in 20 μl Extraction Solution up to 24‐hr in a Shake ''N Bake Hybridization Oven (Boekel Scientific model #136400‐2, Feasterville, Pennsylvania) and mechanically crushing fungal material in a FastPrep FP120 Cell Disrupter (Thermo Fisher ...

  • (PDF) Impacts of boat mooring disturbance on productivity ...

    The intact rhodoliths were measured a second time to serve as a procedural control for the crushing experiment (i.e., to evaluate if any changes in …

  • Responses to chemical cues indicative of predation risk by ...

    2017-12-1 · DISCUSSION. The ability to recognise and respond to a potential predator is an essential component of antipredator behaviour because failure to do so increases the probability of the predator capturing or injuring the prey (Lima & Dill, 1990).The importance of chemical cues in aquatic predator-prey systems is well known and chemical cues recognition has already …

  • Zeros as a result in diet studies, is this really bad ...

    The degree of grinding and crushing that prey tissues are submitted to accelerate digestion and facilitates the passage of stomach contents to the spiral valve to continue with the process of degradation and absorption. ... Guzmán-Méndez, IA (2009) Estructura de las asociaciones de algunos invertebrados del Archipiélago Espíritu Santo, Baja ...

  • (PDF) Macroepibenthic communities at the tip of the ...

    a de Invertebrados Marinos, Facultad. ... unusual feeding mode of hard-shell crushing expanding. their range (Smith et al. 2012; Griffiths et al. 2013) and the. response of major components of ...

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