Prevalence and molecular identification of the sinus worm Skrjabingylus petrowi (Nematoda: Metastrongyloidea) from Martes spp. in Germany

Author(s) : M. Heddergott1 , F. Müller2, A.C. Frantz1 Source : Parasitol Res 114: 2053–2061, 2015 – DOI 10.1007/s00436-015-4388-0 Abstract : The nematodes of the genus Skrjabingylus (family Metastrongylidae) can parasitise the nasal and frontal sinus cavities of different carnivore species. Until recently, Skrjabingylus petrowi Bageanov in Petrov 1941 has mainly been described in pine.. Lire la suite

peer reviewed articles., publications., zoologie des invertébrés |

Systematics and evolutionary implications of Early Jurassic belemnites from the Peri-Mediterranean Tethys

Author(s) : Weis, R., Mariotti, N., & Di Cencio A. Source : Systematics and evolutionary implications of Early Jurassic belemnites from the Peri-Mediterranean Tethys. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, published online 15. May.2015 (doi: 10.1007/s12542-015-0265-5) Abstract : The systematic study of new belemnite assemblages from the Central Apennines and western Sicily revealed several new taxa for Italy. The specimens originate from.. Lire la suite

paléontologie, peer reviewed articles., publications., sciences de la terre |

Climate imprints on tree-ring 15N signatures of sessile oak (Quercuspetraea Liebl.) on soils with contrasting water availability

Author(s): Härdtle W., T. Niemeyer, A. Fichtner, Y. Lia, C. Ries, A. Schuldt, D. Walmsley, G. von Oheimb Source: Ecological Indicators 45: 45–50, 2014 Abstract: In the present study we investigated long-term climate imprints (160 year period) on tree-ring δ15N signatures signatures of sessile oak (Quercus petraea) at sites with contrasting water availability (i.e. Cambisols.. Lire la suite

écologie, peer reviewed articles., publications., sciences de la vie |

Ferrantia 70

Ferranta 70 cover page

Christoph Muster & Marc Meyer (2014) Verbreitungsatlas der Weberknechte des Großherzogtums Luxemburg Ferrantia 70, Musée national d’histoire naturelle, Luxembourg, 112 p. publication date: 8 mars 2014 Texte complet (PDF) Abstract: L’état de connaissance de la faune des faucheurs du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg est résumé sous forme d’un atlas de répartition. Il est basé sur 3.091.. Lire la suite

Ferrantia., peer reviewed articles., sciences de la vie, zoologie des invertébrés |

Ferrantia 69

Ferrantia 69 cover

Dieter Weber (Hrsg.) (2013) Die Höhlenfauna Luxemburgs Ferrantia 69, Musée national d’histoire naturelle, Luxembourg, 408 p. + CD-ROM date de publication: 16.03.2013 Texte complet (PDF) Résumé: Entre 2007 et 2011 des animaux ont été récensés dans 82 cavités naturelles et artificielles du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. Dans la partie nord du pays, l’Oesling,composé surtout de schistes.. Lire la suite

Ferrantia., peer reviewed articles., sciences de la vie, zoologie des invertébrés, zoologie des vertébrés |

Life history traits of the pseudometallophyte Thlaspi caerulescens in natural populations from Northern Europe

Author(s) : Dechamps, C;  Elvinger, N;  Meerts, P; Lefebvre, C ; Escarre, J ; Colling, G;  Noret, N Source : PLANT BIOLOGY, 13: 125-135  2011 Abstract : We examined recruitment, survival, life cycle and fecundity of two metallicolous (M, on metalliferous calamine soils) and two non-metallicolous (NM, on normal soils) populations of Thlaspi caerulescens in.. Lire la suite

biologie des populations, peer reviewed articles., publications., sciences de la vie |

Lichenicolous fungi from the western Pyrenees, France and Spain .2. More deuteromycetes

Author(s) : Etayo, J; Diederich, P Source : MYCOTAXON 60415-428 1996 Abstract : 12 species of lichenicolous deuteromycetes are recorded from the western Pyrenees. 4 species are described as new: Hainesia pertusariae Etayo & Diederich (on Pertusaria sp.), Macrophomina pseudeverniae Etayo & Diederich (on Pseudevernia furfuracea), Milospium lacoizquetae Etayo & Diederich (on Cladonia parasitica) and.. Lire la suite

lichenologie, mycologie, peer reviewed articles., publications., sciences de la vie |

The bryological interest of exposed calcareous boulders and grassland at Pagny-la-Blanche-Cote (Meuse, France).

Author(s) : Werner, J Source : CRYPTOGAMIE BRYOLOGIE LICHENOLOGIE 17 (3):185-193 1996 Abstract : The bryophyte layer of two exposed calcareous sites of Southern Lorraine (Eastern France), with famous relict phanerogamic vegetation, was investigated. Some rare mosses were collected, mostly submediterranean Pottiaceae, i.a. Pleurochaete squarrosa and Pottia recta, the latter beeing new to Lorraine and.. Lire la suite

botanique, bryologie, peer reviewed articles., publications., sciences de la vie |