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Gerbilliscus Thomas, 1897

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Family: Muridae
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7 publication(s) found. Click on the PDF icon to download the file.

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2.9 MB Bekele A., Leirs H. (1997d) Population ecology of rodents of maize fields in central Ethiopia. Belgian Journal of Zoology supplement, 127 (Suppl.): 38-48
1.4 MB Colangelo P., Corti M., Verheyen E., Annesi F., Oguge N., Makundi R.H., Verheyen W. (2005) Mitochondrial phylogeny reveals differential modes of chromosomal evolution in the genus Tatera (Rodentia: Gerbillinae) in Africa. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 35:556–568.
0.6 MB Paolo Colangelo P., Laurent Granjon L., Taylor P.J., Corti M. (2007) Evolutionary systematics in African gerbilline rodents of thegenus Gerbilliscus: Inference from mitochondrial genes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 42: 797-806
1.1 MB Corti M., Castiglia R., Colangelo P., Capanna E., Beolchini F., Bekele A., Oguge N. O., Makundi R. H., Sichilima A. M., Leirs H., Verheyen W., Verhagen R.. (2005) Cytotaxonomy of rodent species from Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia. Belgian Journal of Zoology, 135 (Suppl.): 197-216
0.6 MB Fadda C., Castiglia R., Colangelo P., Corti M., Machang’u R., Makundi R., Scanzani A., Tesha P., Verheyen W. and Capanna E. (2001). The Rodent fauna of Tanzania : A cytotaxonomic report from the Maasai Steppe (1999). Rend. Fis. Acc. Lincei 12(9): 29–49.
0.3 MB Odhiambo R., Makundi R., Leirs H., Verhagen R. (2005) Community structure and seasonal abundance of rodents of maize farms in Southwestern Tanzania. Belgian Journal of Zoology, 135 (Suppl.): 113-118
missing Bekele A., Leirs H., Verhagen R. (2002) Composition of rodents and damage estimates on maize farms at Ziway, Ethiopia.- In: Rats, mice and people: rodent biology and management / Singleton G.R. [edit.], e.a., s.l., , 262-263

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