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From:Canadian Journal of Zoology (Vol. 99, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedReduced population connectivity has been implicated as a cause of decreased distributions and abundances of many Great Plains fishes. However, scant empirical evidence quantifying movement and relating the contribution...
From:Canadian Journal of Zoology (Vol. 99, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedScavenging, an underappreciated mechanism of prey consumption for many predators, can contribute substantially to nutritional intake. Facultative scavengers such as brown bears (Ursus arctos Linnaeus, 1758) may both kill...
From:Canadian Journal of Zoology (Vol. 99, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe ability to account with precision for the quantitative variation in the basal rate of metabolism (BMR) at the species level is explored in four groups of endotherms: arvicoline rodents, ducks, melaphagid honeyeaters,...
From:Canadian Journal of Zoology (Vol. 99, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedTwo types of anomalous erosive wear, designated "Wear" and "Groove", were found in the molar teeth of adult babirusa (genus Babyrousa Perry, 1811) species from Buru or the Sula Islands and Sulawesi, Indonesia. A survey...
From:Canadian Journal of Zoology (Vol. 99, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedMountainous regions represent an excellent model to test ecological hypotheses encompassing assemblage diversity and body traits of species. Among insects, there is no uniform body size pattern across temperature...
From:Canadian Journal of Zoology (Vol. 99, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedA new species (Microcharacidium bombioides sp. nov.) of the genus Microcharacidium Buckup, 1993 is described from the Rio Negro, Rio Trombetas, Rio Tapajos, tributaries of the Rio Madeira, and the middle Rio Amazonas....
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