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Amphibia-Reptilia 32 (2011): 223-233 A tribute to Hubert Saint Girons: niche separation between Vipera aspis and V. berus on the basis of distribution models Stefano Scali 1 ,* , Marco Mangiacotti 2 , Roberto Sacchi 3 , Augusto Gentilli 3 Abstract. Interspecific competition in contact areas is

In: Amphibia-Reptilia

Nematology , 2005, Vol. 7(1), 45-51 Distribution of Xiphinema pyrenaicum Dalmasso, 1969 with notes on X. aceri Chizhov, Tiev & Turkina, 1986 (Nematoda: Longidoridae) María A RIAS ∗ , Miguel E SCUER , Susana C. A R C O S and Antonio B ELLO Dpto Agoecologia, CCMA, CSIC. Serrano, 115 dpdo

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