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The increase in anthropogenic activities that lead to fragmentation and habitat loss, could result in a reduction of connectivity among habitat patches of terrestrial species. We used ecological niche models, circuit and graph theories to evaluate functional connectivity among home-range patches and…

Endangered species lists (or red lists) are important tools for species conservation, but if they are not supported by data and they are inappropriately applied, they can be sources of conflict. Here, we present and discuss the dilemma of the trigonal clam Tivela mactroides, a beach bivalve used as …

Based on a review of literature related to the biological diversity of the inter-Andean Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest of the Marañón valley (ISDTFM), located in the regions of Cajamarca, Amazonas, Piura, La Libertad, Ancash and Huánuco (Perú), this study highlights the richness of endemic species o…

Does traditional generalist herbarium collecting record grass diversity more effectively than plot-based recording common in ecology? We present a checklist of the Poaceae of Mount Kilimanjaro compiled from two datasets: records from 1646 plots of 0.1ha each made since the 1990s, as well as all the …

Ashmeadiella Cockerell (Megachilidae: Osmiini) is a bee genus endemic to North America, with greatest richness in arid and Mediterranean regions of the southwestern United States. Species relationships of Ashmeadiella were last analyzed in the 1950s, when Robert Sokal and Charles Michener developed …

Nelsonia is an extant genus of North American woodrats, in which most of the biological information remains unknown. Only N. neotomodon and N. goldmani are recognized inhabiting in similar temperate environments. Recently, a biogeographic hypothesis for the genus pointed out that Nelsonia after dive…

Today's European fauna was formed under the influence of Paleoclimatic climate change. The distribution of two wild cat species of Europe, Lynx pardinus and Lynx lynx, 22000 and 6000 years ago were determined by the MaxEnt method in relation to the Paleoclimtological scenarios (LGM and Mid-Holocene)…

The western Palaearctic species of the hawkmoth genus Hyles (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) have long been the subject of molecular phylogenetic research. However, much less attention has been paid to the taxa inhabiting the central and eastern Palaearctic, particularly Central Asia, where almost 50% of t…

Hotspots are priority marine or terrestrial areas with high biodiversity where delineation is essential for conservation, but equally important is their linkage to the environmental policies of the overall region. In this study, fish diversity presences were linked to abiotic conditions and differen…

Quaternary glacial cycles often altered species' geographic distributions, which in turn altered the geographic structure of species' genetic diversity. In many cases, glacial expansion forced species in temperate climates to contract their ranges and reside in small pockets of suitable habitat (ref…