VOL. 48 · NO. 2 | October 2013
 
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RESEARCH ARTICLES
48(2), 201-227, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0201
KEYWORDS: chondrichthyans, elasmobranchs, exploitation, vulnerability, population trends, conservation
48(2), 228-239, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0217
KEYWORDS: grassland birds, bird diversity, disturbance, grassland management, heterogeneity, invasive vegetation
48(2), 240-249, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0213
KEYWORDS: waterfowl, Egyptian goose, southern Africa, telemetry, colour-ring
48(2), 250-258, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0205
KEYWORDS: diet composition, large herbivore, Tragelaphus derbianus, West Africa, wildlife management
48(2), 259-265, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0210
KEYWORDS: ectoparasites, flea, louse, Phacochoerus africanus, tick, warthog
48(2), 266-273, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0214
KEYWORDS: iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Bivalvia, eastern pencil-bait, von Bertalanffy growth curve
48(2), 274-278, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0226
KEYWORDS: breeding density, communal lands, nest preferences, southern ground hornbill, Zimbabwe
48(2), 279-289, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0204
KEYWORDS: niche overlap, habitat selection, coexistence
48(2), 290-297, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0224
KEYWORDS: Eisenia fetida, Eisenia andrei, DNA barcoding, oligochaetes, cryptic species
48(2), 298-308, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0216
KEYWORDS: Buthus, Morocco, TUNISIA, PHYLOGEOGRAPHY
48(2), 309-317, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0215
KEYWORDS: avian malaria, microscopy, polymerase chain reaction
48(2), 318-325, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0225
KEYWORDS: annulus validation, von Bertalanffy, mortality, longevity
48(2), 326-332, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0207
KEYWORDS: Copepoda, Siphonostomatoida, Mobulidae, South Africa
48(2), 333-339, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0211
KEYWORDS: giraffe, eye size, orbit orientation, visual acuity
48(2), 340-350, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0218
KEYWORDS: Chiroptera, fruit bat, urban environment, home range, roost sites, seasonal differences, movement
48(2), 351-358, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0223
KEYWORDS: mitochondrial DNA, pseudoscorpions, Horus, genetic differentiation
48(2), 359-366, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0220
KEYWORDS: raptors, threats, mortalities, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
48(2), 367-373, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0219
KEYWORDS: Microhodotermes viator, winter rainfall zone, climatic predictors, logistic regression, armour, Namaqualand
48(2), 374-387, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0221
KEYWORDS: conservation, dispersal distance, distribution, feline status, Panthera pardus, population fragmentation, threat, West-Central Africa
SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
48(2), 388-391, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0209
KEYWORDS: pet trade, Establishment, invasion biology, Alien, catfish
48(2), 392-394, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0222
KEYWORDS: Africa, behaviour, Cameroon, carpenter bees, Co-evolution, nectar, interspecific competition, pollination biology, pollinators, sunbirds
48(2), 395-399, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0212
KEYWORDS: Cephalophus, density, distance sampling, forest antelope, rainforest
48(2), 400-406, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0208
KEYWORDS: Cyprinidae, parallel evolution, scraping feeder, polyphyly, Varicorhinus, Africa
48(2), 407-411, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0202
KEYWORDS: gustatory organs, taste buds, ceacilians, Gymnophiona, Boulengerula
48(2), 412-417, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0206
KEYWORDS: Turritella declivis, taxonomy, distribution, South Africa
48(2), 418-426, (1 October 2013)https://doi.org/10.3377/004.048.0203
KEYWORDS: Algoa Bay, bite injuries, Cape fur seals, white sharks, South Africa
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