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Craniometric sexual dimorphism and age variation in the South African Cape dune mole-rat (Bathyergus Suillus)
(American Society of Mammalogists, 2007)
Because absolute mammalian age is difficult to measure directly, various methods have been used for its estimation. Among these methods, the degree of molar eruption and wear are considered to be the most reliable indicators ...
A comparative analysis of components incorporated in conservation priority assessments: a case study based on South African species of terrestrial mammals.
Assessing the risk of extinction to species forms an essential part of regional conservation initiatives that facilitate the allocation of limited resources for conservation. The present study conducted conservation priority ...
Untangling the roles of fire, grazing and rainfall on small mammal communities in grassland ecosystems
In grassland systems across the globe, ecologists have been attempting to understand the complex role of fire, grazing and rainfall in creating habitat heterogeneity and the consequences of anthropogenic control of these ...