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  • Within Neotropical Ichthyology 4 (4): 379-383, 2006 a new species of catfish is described.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • They're termed Neotropical birds because they spend winters in Latin America and come to North America only to breed. Chronicle

  • 3 Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America Throughout lowland Amazonia, arboreal ants collect seeds of specific plants and cultivate them in nutrient-rich nests, forming diverse yet obligate and species-specific symbioses called Neotropical ant-gardens (AGs).

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  • Officials said the UT property would continue to be used for teaching and research, including on issues related to timbering and ecology, such as Neotropical migratory birds. - Top News from The Tennessean, MUSIC CITY U.S.A

  • Sierra de Manantlán (Jalisco and Colima): transition of the Nearctic and Neotropical biological realms; cloud forest and wild perennial corn (Zea diploperennis).

    Did you know? Mexico has over thirty UNESCO-designated biosphere reserves

  • The Chilean Winter Rainfall-Valdivian Forests Hotspot represents the crossroads of two major floristic and faunistic regions: the Neotropical and ancient Gondwanan provinces.

    Biological diversity in the Chilean winter rainfall-valdivian forests

  • Seed dispersal in Palicourea rigida, a common treelet species from Neotropical savannas.


  • Terrestrial Ecoregions of the Neotropical Realm (map).

    Córdoba montane savanna

  • The description of the new species is presented within Mastozoologia Neotropical, while early work detailing the findings of the research team was in Fieldiana: Zoology.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Fitogeográfica Brasileira: Classificação fisionômico-ecológica da vegetação Neotropical.

    Rio Negro campinarana


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