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A Late Pliocene rodent fauna from Alozaina (Malaga, Spain) Naturalis
Aguilar, J.P.; Michaux, J.; Delannoy, J.J.; Guendon, J.L..
In this paper 11 species of rodents are described, that have been found in the fossiliferous karst fissure of Alozaina (Malaga, Spain). Three species of Stephanomys (Murinae) are present in this fauna: S. thaleri, S. minor, and the new species S. prietaensis. The latter exhibits a lesser degree of evolution than Stephanomys balcellsi from Valdeganga 7 and Islas Medas. The association of rodents from Alozaina is a new one for the Upper Pliocene in Spain. It indicates that the locality of Alozaina is younger than Moreda 1B and Rambla Seca Ab, and older than Valdeganga 7.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 38.22.
Ano: 1993 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317548
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A late-glacial and holocene pollen diagram from Cienaga del Visitador (Dept. Boyaca, Colombia) Naturalis
Hammen, T. van der; Gonzalez, E..
In a C 14 dated pollen diagram from ”Cienaga del Visitador” (ca 6°8’N; 72°47’ W) in the Colombian Eastern Cordillera the zones Ib + Ic + II (including the Allerød and Bølling interstadials) form one fluctuation in the diagram, as the short cold zone Ic is not reflected. An earlier Late-glacial interstadial is recognized and is called Susacá-interstadial. It probably lasted from about 13900 to 13100 B.P., was colder than the Bølling-interstadial, and is probably reflected in pollen diagrams from other parts of the world. The Holocene part of the diagram shows very high Gramineae-percentages, apparently due to a considerable lowering of the ”tree-line”. This must have been caused by the fact that the Holocene local climate has been much drier than the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1965 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505845
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A leaf anatomical contribution to the classification of the Linaceae complex Naturalis
Welzen, P.C. van; Baas, P..
The leaf anatomy of the Linaceae complex (Linaceae s.s., Hugoniaceae, Ixonanthaceae, Humiriaceae and Erythroxylaceae) and putative allies ( Ctenolophon, Lepidobotrys, Irvingiaceae) is surveyed, mostly on the basis of original observations (72 specimens, 27 genera), partly from data in the literature. Diversity in stomatal type, midrib and petiole vascularisation, sclerenchyma support, foliar sclereids, mucilage cells, secretory cavities, and cristarque cells provide evidence in favour of a separate family status of the members of the Linaceae complex. Allantospermum and Cyrillopsis are best accommodated in the Ixonanthaceae. Irvingiaceae (often treated in or near Simaroubaceae) show similarities with the Linaceae complex, albeit more closely to the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1984 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/526014
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A letter from the Editor Naturalis
Lam, H.J..
Fate has knocked at your door. It has reminded you that, as to the years of your life, you are no longer a young man, that your age will be sixty five on the day this little volume will be presented to you. Time and fate are inexorable powers. Sometimes the question has occurred to me, whether we have any right to speak of a “Jubilee”, whether one’s retirement from office or the attainment of high age is something to be gratulated upon, since these events are usually not exactly welcome to the person involved. Yet, I think there cannot be any doubt as to this. For, can there be ever more reason for deep satisfaction and gratitude than when a man may without self-reproach, look back upon an honest and successful life?
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1946 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/526341
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A Linnaeus NGTM interactive key to the Lithocolletinae of North-West Europe aimed at accelerating the accumulation of reliable biodiversity data (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae) Naturalis
Doorenweerd, C.; Haren, M.M. van; Schermer, M.; Pieterse, S.; Nieukerken, E.J. van.
We present an interactive key that is available online through any web browser without the need to install any additional software, making it an easily accessible tool for the larger public. The key can be found at http://identify.naturalis.nl/lithocolletinae. The key includes all 86 North-West European Lithocolletinae, a subfamily of smaller moths (“micro-moths”) that is commonly not treated in field guides. The user can input data on several external morphological character systems in addition to distribution, host plant and even characteristics of the larval feeding traces to reach an identification. We expect that this will enable more people to contribute with reliable observation data on this group of moths and alleviate the work-load of taxonomic...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Cameraria; Phyllonorycter; Macrosaccus; Triberta; Identification; Monitoring; Conservation; Biodiversity; Leafminers.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648110
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A list of species of Mammals from West-Sumatra and North-Celebes, with descriptionsof undescribed or rare species Naturalis
Jentink, F.A..
The Committee of the International Colonial Exhibition at Amsterdam has been kind enough to send to me a collection of Mammals made by Mr. F. von Feber during his residence in N. Celebes and W. Sumatra. The request was that I should subject the collection to a systematic review I feel sure that this review contains many facts interesting to zoologists, as it embraces certain very rare and partly unknown species and at the same time gives a very good idea of the peculiar Fauna of Celebes. The Mammals have been collected in the neighborhood of Loeboe Basong, Priaman, West-Sumatra, and in the vicinity of Amoerang, North-West-Celebes.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1883 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509370
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A list of the birds known from Roti and adjacent islets (Lesser Sunda Islands) Naturalis
Mees, G.F..
INTRODUCTION Father Verheijen (in press) has given a narrative of his visit to Roti, with a list of all birds recorded from material, personal observations, and hearsay. Although several of Verheijen's own field observations are entirely reliable, other species mentioned by him cannot be regarded as of anything but very doubtful occurrence. Therefore I have considered it useful to compile a list of those birds which are now known from collected specimens. Previous to Father Verheijen's studies, ornithological knowledge of Roti rested entirely on a visit to the island made by the anthropologist Dr. H. F. C. ten Kate in 1891 (22 August — 9 September). During his stay ten Kate did some collecting of miscellaneous zoological objects, which he forwarded to...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.83.
Ano: 1975 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/318750
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A list of the birds recorded from Bangka Island, Indonesia Naturalis
Mees, G.F..
An enumeration of bird specimens from Bangka present in museum-collections, has resulted in a faunal list of 172 species (176 forms). A discussion is given of the zoogeography of the island, the avifauna of which is mainly Sumatran in its affinities, but with a distinct Bornean influence. In contradistinction to a previously-published opinion (de Schauensee, 1958), there is no recognizable Javanese element in the avifauna.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Birds; List; Bangka; Indonesia.; 42.83.
Ano: 1986 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317664
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A list of the Bornean Cicindelidae Naturalis
Moulton, C..
I publish in the following lines not only a list of all the Cicindolidae that are represented in the Sarawak Museum, but notes on their living are added as far as I have caught these beetles, and by the kindness of Dr. WALTHER HORN, of Berlin, I am enabled to give the names of all other species of this family as far as they are known till now from our island. The species mentioned without exact localities are missing in our collections.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1910 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508916
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A list of type specimens of fishes in the Zoological Museum, University of Amsterdam. 1. Order Mugiliformes Naturalis
Hoedeman, J.J..
In the earlier days the cataloguing and labeling of type specimens was rather careless, mostly with no mention that they were types. What we now term ’holotypes’ were previously referred to merely as ’types’, and both ’syntypes’ and ’paratypes’ were called ’cotypes’. Several of the original types were obscured in the files by writing them off as synonyms of other (earlier) species names, changing not only the generic, but even the specific names. Exchange of type material was extremely informal and often no record was made of the transfers. I have started to compile a catalogue of the type material in the museum in 1952, shortly after I was put in charge of the fish collections. Demands for loan of paratypes urged me, however, to complete the cataloguing...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1960 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504883
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A Lithothamnion bank at Bonaire (Netherlands Antilles) Naturalis
Zaneveld, J.S..
The part certain lime-secreting marine algae play in the building of coral reefs and in the formation of banks was discussed chiefly at the end of the last and in the beginnig of this century. At that time it was already known that extensive parts of the sublittoral zone of the Arctic sea were covered by a luxuriant growth of Lithothamnion species. Kjellman states in 1883 (p. 96) that along the northern coast of Norway Lithothamnion soriferum “covers large spaces of the bottom in great masses”, and that off the shores of Spitsbergen and Nova Zembla in 10 to 20 fathoms of water Lithothamnion glaciale “covers the bottom in deep layers for several miles, and altogether determines the general aspect of the vegetation wherever it occurs”, whereas Lithothamnion...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1958 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/526311
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A Ludlow conodont fauna from Irian Jaya (Indonesia) Naturalis
Boogaard, M. van den.
The conodont fauna extracted from a boulder in the Lorentz River (southern Irian Jaya) is described. Arguments are put forward that the elements of Distomodus dubius (Rhodes, 1953) sensu Jeppsson, 1972 are part of the apparatus of species of Coryssognathus Link & Druce, 1972, a genus that ontogenetically acquires an apparatus of multidenticulate elements on account of the phenomenon that one coniform element of each of the several (curvature-transition ?) series successively incorporates its - to that time independently growing - coniform neighbours within its lamellae. Attention is called to the fact that probably also the apparatus of Distomodus kentuckyensis Branson & Branson, 1947 - as described by Cooper (1975) had a similar ontogeny and that...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 38.22.
Ano: 1990 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317481
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A mesophotic record of the gall crab Opecarcinus hypostegus from a Curaçaoan reef Naturalis
Meij, S.E.T. van der; Tienderen, K.M. van; Hoeksema, B.W..
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Gall crab; Opecarcinus hypostegus; Curaçaoan reef; 42.74.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/533930
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A Middle Devonian atrypid brachiopod fauna from the Cantabrian Mountains, northwestern Spain, and its stratigraphic significance Naturalis
Struve, W.; Mohanti, M..
This paper records for the first time a rich atrypid brachiopod fauna from the Middle Devonian of the Cantabrian Mountains, Spain. A comparison of the Spanish atrypid fauna with that of Germany reveals a close similarity between the two. Even though the species are not identical, yet a comparison and stratigraphic evaluation has been made on the basis of external shape of the shells, ornamentation, etc. It is believed that the development of the Spanish species has been endemic or that the Spanish Middle Devonian sea was supplied with species immigrating from some place other than central Europe. On the basis of the distinct recession of Atrypa and the first appearance of the coarse ribbed species of Spinatrypa (Spinatrypa) a tentative Eifelian/Givetian...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1970 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505655
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A migratory flight of hover-flies (Diptera, Syrphidae) observed in Austria Naturalis
Jeekel, C.A.W.; Overbeek, H..
During an excursion sponsored by the Entomological Department of the Zoölogisch Museum, Amsterdam, to the village of Vent, Inner Oetztal, Tirol, Austria, the authors and the other participants, W. Dekkers, W. N. Ellis, Mrs. A. C. Ellis-Adam, W. van Raamsdonk, and H. J. L. T. Stammeshaus, witnessed the interesting phenomenon of a migratory flight of syrphid flies. The migration was first noticed around 9.20 a.m. on August 9th, 1967, when the senior author in the valley of the river Venter Ache near Vent saw a great number of insects flying at high speed into one direction. Under the impression at first that it concerned a nuptial flight of a large ant species, a specimen was caught in the air. When this turned out to be a hover-fly, it was at once realized...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1968 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505147
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A Miocene molluscan faunule from Caucagua (Miranda State, Venezuela), with the description of a new species of Tryonia (Mollusca, Gastropoda) Naturalis
Wesselingh, F.P.; Macsotay, O..
A molluscan faunule from the Miocene Cumaca Formation of the western margin of the Tuy Basin (Venezuela) is described. The fauna yields two species of freshwater snails and a single terrestrial snail species. Tryonia vivasi nov. spec. is described from the fauna, and its biogeographical significance is discussed.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Miocene; Venezuela; Gastropoda; Tryonia; New species; Cumaca Formation; 42.73; 38.22.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/235213
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A Miocene perspective on the evolution of the Amazonian biota Naturalis
Wesselingh, F.P.; Salo, J.A..
Between c. 23 and 8 Ma, western Amazonia was occupied by the vast Pebas long-lived lake/wetland system. The Pebas system had a variety of influences over the evolution of Miocene and modern Amazonian biota; it formed a barrier for the exchange of terrestrial biota, a pathway for the transition of marine biota into freshwater Amazonian environments, and formed the stage of remarkable radiations of endemic molluscs and ostracods. The lithological variation of the Pebas Formation has furthermore enhanced edaphic heterogeneity in western Amazonia, sustaining present-day high terrestrial diversity in the region.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Miocene; Amazonia; Biogeography; Biodiversity; Mollusca; 42.73; 38.22.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/209738
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A misrepresentation through a misleading diagnosis in Winberg’s Florula Javanica Naturalis
Vuijk, J..
Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames, also known under the synonym S. australis (R. Br.) Lindl., is a terrestrial orchid widely spread in Asia, which is rather well known in Western Europe, because it has repeatedly been found growing spontaneously in pots in orchidhouses. In Blumea 6(2): 361 (1950) the plant described as Ophrys lancea Thunb. ex Sw. was considered to be identical with the first and it was thought that the recombination Spiranthes lancea (Thunb. ex Sw.) B. B. S. was necessary. The reasons given for this transfer were: (1) the short diagnosis of Ophrys lancea given by Winberg in Florula Javanica, p. 8 (1825); (2) the original diagnosis of O. lancea in Swartz’s well-known dissertation on the classification of orchids in Kongl. Vet. Akad. Handl....
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1961 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525687
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A mite (Acari: Erythraeidae) as unusual parasite on an adult caddisfly (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae) from the Dominican Republic (West Indies) Naturalis
Botosaneanu, L.; Bolland, H.R..
BOTOSANEANU, L. & H.R. BOLLAND, 1997. A mite (Acari: Erythraeidae) as unusual parasite on an adult caddisfly (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae) from the Dominican Republic (West Indies). Studies Nat. Hist. Caribbean Region 73, Amsterdam 1997: 71-76. First known case of a caddisfly (adult Leucotrichia tubifex Flint, 1964) parasitized by a mite (larva of Leptus sp.) belonging to another group than Hydrachnellae.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Acari; Trichoptera; Erythraeidae; Parasitism; Hydroptilidae; Dominican Republic..
Ano: 1997 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/503187
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A molecularly based phylogeny reconstruction of mushroom corals (Scleractinia: Fungiidae) with taxonomic consequences and evolutionary implications for life history traits Naturalis
Gittenberger, A.; Reijnen, B.T.; Hoeksema, B.W..
The phylogenetic relationships of the Fungiidae, a family of predominantly free-living, zooxanthellate, reef corals, were studied by sequencing a part of the mitochondrial Cytochrome Oxidase I (COI) and the complete ribosomal Internal Transcribed Spacers (ITS) I & II of specimens from various locations in the Indo- West Pacific. Some sequences were retrieved by using fungiidspecific primers on DNA-extracts from parasitic gastropods living with these corals. The analyses were performed both including and excluding intraspecific variation to investigate the potential effect of saturation. Even though the present molecular phylogeny reconstructions largely reflect those based on morphological characters, there are some distinct differences. Three major...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: COI; Evolutionary history; ITS 1 & 2; Maximum coral size; Polystomatism; Reproduction strategy; 42.72.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/376596
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