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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 ...
Molecular and morphometric assessment of the taxonomic status of Ectemnorhinus weevil species (Coleoptera : Curculionidae, Entiminae) from the sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Islands
(BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, 2006-08)
There are long-standing controversies on the taxonomic status of Ectemnorhinus weevil species occurring on the sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Islands. Since the two islands that constitute the Prince Edward Islands archipelago ...
The tusked king cricket, Libanasidus vittatus (Kirby, 1899) (Anostostomatidae), from South Africa: morphological and molecular evidence suggest two cryptic species
(Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009)
An evaluation of genetic structuring and morphometric variation within tusked king crickets, Libanasidus vittatus (Kirby, 1899), from South Africa suggests two main population assemblages. Maximum likelihood (ML), Parsimony, ...