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iPhylo: Augmenting ZooKeys bibliographic data to flesh out the ... - http://iphylo.blogspot.com/2013...
In a previous post (Learning from eLife: GitHub as an article repository) I discussed the advantages of an Open Access journal putting its article XML in a version-controlled repository like GitHub. In response to that post ...
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Corpse-eating fly is back from the dead - The New Age Online - http://news.google.com/news...
Corpse-eating fly is back from the dead The New Age Online Pierfilippo Cerretti, a researcher at the Sapienza University of Rome, has with his colleagues coined a term (or 'type-species') for the bone-skipper, calling it the Centrophlebomyia anthropophaga, according to their study published on Zookeys on ...
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Corpse-Eating Fly Returns From Extinction: Bone-Skippers Feast On Decayed ... - Huffington Post - http://news.google.com/news...
Corpse-Eating Fly Returns From Extinction: Bone-Skippers Feast On Decayed ... Huffington Post ... skip along carcasses, making the bodies they eat appear "alive with larvae." Cerretti and colleagues have most recently established a "type-species" for the fly, called Centrophlebomyia anthropophaga, according to their study published in ZooKeys ...
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' Mythical ' corpse - eating flies are very real - NBCNews.com (blog) - http://news.google.com/news...
' Mythical ' corpse - eating flies are very real NBCNews.com (blog) ... he had observed in large numbers destroying preparations of human muscles, ligaments and bones in the Paris School of Medicine in August 1821," according to a study detailing Cerretti's findings published online in June in the journal ZooKeys. and more »
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Molecular Analysis Reveals A New Species Of White Toothed Shrew - RedOrbit - http://news.google.com/news...
RedOrbit Molecular Analysis Reveals A New Species Of White Toothed Shrew RedOrbit ... white toothed shrew fauna of Vietnam revealed the misinterpretations of previous morphological studies of the species, including the description of a new species of these very small mammals. The study was published in the open access journal ZooKeys. and more »
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A new species of Elpidium (Crustacea, Ostracoda) from bromeliads in Cusuco National Park, Honduras - http://www.mendeley.com/researc...
ZooKeys (2013). Pages: 45-59. Ricardo Pinto, Merlijn Jocque et al. Published using Mendeley: The research paper manager
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A new species of Elpidium (Crustacea, Ostracoda) from bromeliads in Cusuco National Park, Honduras - http://www.mendeley.com/c...
ZooKeys (2013). Pages: 45-59. Ricardo Pinto, Merlijn Jocque et al. Published using Mendeley: The research paper manager
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Wrong ant, wrong name - Inquirer.net - http://news.google.com/news...
Wrong ant, wrong name Inquirer.net Here is a link of the recently published Synopsis of Philippine Ants (General and Alpert, 2012) for future reference on the subject: http://www.pensoft.net/journal.... —PERRY ARCHIVAL C. BUENAVENTE,. Entomology Section,. Zoology ... and more »
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Novel Spoon Worm Found in Japan - French Tribune - http://news.google.com/news...
French Tribune Novel Spoon Worm Found in Japan French Tribune As per recent reports, a unique yet strange sweet potato-like spoon worm has been discovered in Japan. The novel specie has been named as Arhynchite hayaoi. The specie has been covered in the open access journal Zookeys in which it has been unveiled ...
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New species of spoon worm found in Japan - Zee News - http://news.google.com/news...
Science World Report New species of spoon worm found in Japan Zee News However, the species seems to be in decline, with numbers dropping to a point where the spoon worm lost this economic importance, according to the study published in journal Zookeys. PTI. For Zee News's Updates, follow us on Twitter , Facebook, Google+ ... New Species of Spoon-Shaped Worm Discovered in JapanScience World Report Researchers Discover New Species of Spoon Worms in JapanNature World News all 4 news articles »
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Integrative taxonomy of a new species of planarian from the Lake Ohrid basin, including an analysis of biogeographical patterns in freshwater triclads from the Ohrid region (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida, Dugesiidae) - http://www.mendeley.com/c...
ZooKeys (2013). Pages: 25-43. Giacinta Stocchino, Ronald Sluys, Paolo Deri, Renata Manconi et al. Published using Mendeley: The library management tool for researchers
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Integrative taxonomy of a new species of planarian from the Lake Ohrid basin, including an analysis of biogeographical patterns in freshwater triclads from the Ohrid region (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida, Dugesiidae) - http://www.mendeley.com/researc...
ZooKeys (2013). Pages: 25-43. Giacinta Stocchino, Ronald Sluys, Paolo Deri, Renata Manconi et al. Published using Mendeley: The reference manager for researchers
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A new species of the gamasid mite genus Arctoseius Thor, 1930 (Parasitiformes, Mesostigmata, Ascidae) from Russia with a key to the multidentatus species-group - http://www.mendeley.com/c...
ZooKeys (2013). Pages: 9-24. Olga Makarova, Evert E. Lindquist et al. Published using Mendeley: The bibliography manager for researchers
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New Bizarrely Shaped Spoon Worm Discovered In Japan - RedOrbit - http://news.google.com/news...
New Bizarrely Shaped Spoon Worm Discovered In Japan RedOrbit A new species of the peculiarly shaped spoon worms has been recently discovered in Japan, and described in the open access journal Zookeys. These animals derive their name from their elongated and spoon-like projection (the proboscis), issuing from the ...
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English Flying Reptiles Had Brazilian Relatives - Sudan Vision - http://news.google.com/news...
Sudan Vision English Flying Reptiles Had Brazilian Relatives Sudan Vision The researchers published these findings in the journal ZooKeys. The resulting pterosaur family tree revealed that the English species are closely related to Cretaceous pterosaurs found in Brazil and China. The linkage suggests that all of these ...
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Meet the Newly Discovered Pirate Ant, and Three Other Species That Will Ruin ... - Motherboard (blog) - http://news.google.com/news...
Meet the Newly Discovered Pirate Ant, and Three Other Species That Will Ruin ... Motherboard (blog) A new paper published in ZooKeys describes Cardiocondyla pirata, aka the pirate ant, which was studied in Los Banos University in the Philippines. Scientists Sabine Frohschammer and Dr. Bernhard Seifert named it after swashbuckling sea thieves due to a ... and more »
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A Bit of Good Luck: A New Species of Burying Beetle from the Solomon Islands ... - Science Daily (press release) - http://news.google.com/news...
A Bit of Good Luck: A New Species of Burying Beetle from the Solomon Islands ... Science Daily (press release) The study was published in the open access journal Zookeys. This new species, known from only 6 specimens collected in 1968, sat unrecognized as an undescribed species for over 40 years. "It was a bit of good luck that led to our realization these ... New species of burying beetle discoveredBusiness Standard all 3 news articles »
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Researchers Discover New 'Sun Moth' Species From China - Asian Scientist Magazine - http://news.google.com/news...
Asian Scientist Magazine Researchers Discover New 'Sun Moth' Species From China Asian Scientist Magazine “During a spring expedition to north-west Yunnan, a striking specimen of an undescribed Stenoloba was collected,” write the authors, Drs. Pekarsky and Saldaitis, in the journal Zookeys. “Only a single male was caught at ultraviolet light on 24 May 2012 ...
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New to nature No 107: Typhochlaena costae - The Guardian - http://news.google.com/news...
The Guardian New to nature No 107: Typhochlaena costae The Guardian All of this points out the need for more taxonomic and natural history studies of the largest of our world's spiders, disentangling a web of intrigue woven over their long and rich evolutionary history. Bertani's study, ZooKeys 230: 1-94 (2012), is ... and more »
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Newly discovered pirate ant uses sickle-shaped mandibles to decimate rivals - Mongabay.com - http://news.google.com/news...
Newly discovered pirate ant uses sickle-shaped mandibles to decimate rivals Mongabay.com Photo: Bernhard Seifert and Sabine Frohschammer. CITATION: Seifert B, Frohschammer S (2013) Cardiocondyla pirata sp.n. – a new Philippine ant with enigmatic pigmentation pattern (Hymenoptere, Formicidae). ZooKeys 301: 13-24. Doi: 10.3897/zookeys.
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Beautiful New Species Of Moth Discovered In China - RedOrbit - http://news.google.com/news...
RedOrbit Beautiful New Species Of Moth Discovered In China RedOrbit The study was published in the open access journal Zookeys. “During a spring expedition to north-west Yunnan, a striking specimen of an undescribed Stenoloba was collected.”, explain the authors Drs Pekarsky and Saldaitis. “Only a single male was ... and more »
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The sun moth: A beautiful new species Stenoloba solaris from China - http://phys.org/news...
... with an engaging wing pattern. The new species Stenoloba solaris has its name inspired by the orange circular patch on its wings that resembles the rising sun. The study was published in the open access journal Zookeys.
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fernandejackson: High diversity of flying reptiles in England 110 ... - http://fernandejackson.blogspot.com/2013...
The study was published in the open access journal ZooKeys. ... The study features detailed taxonomic information, diagnoses and photographs of 30 species and was published in the open access journal ZooKeys.
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High diversity of flying reptiles in England 110 million years ago - Science Daily (press release) - http://news.google.com/news...
High diversity of flying reptiles in England 110 million years ago Science Daily (press release) ... presented the most extensive review yet available of toothed pterosaurs from the Cretaceous of England. The study features detailed taxonomic information, diagnoses and photographs of 30 species and was published in the open access journal ZooKeys. and more »
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Giant, flying reptiles once filled England's skies - Fox News - http://news.google.com/news...
Science Codex Giant, flying reptiles once filled England's skies Fox News The study, published in the journal ZooKeys, reports that a bunch of pterosaur fossils were unearthed at a site known as Cambridge Greensand, located in the eastern part of England. (The idea of a flying reptile conjures up mythical images from Harry ... English Flying Reptiles Had Brazilian RelativesLiveScience.com High diversity of flying reptiles in England 110 million years agoEurekAlert (press release) all 3 news articles »
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English Flying Reptiles Had Brazilian Relatives - LiveScience.com - http://news.google.com/news...
English Flying Reptiles Had Brazilian Relatives LiveScience.com The researchers published these findings in the journal ZooKeys. The resulting pterosaur family tree revealed that the English species are closely related to Cretaceous pterosaurs found in Brazil and China. The linkage suggests that all of these ... High diversity of flying reptiles in England 110 million years agoEurekAlert (press release) Giant, Flying Reptiles Once Filled England's SkiesDiscovery News all 3 news articles »
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Two new species of Chinese spider are positively weeny - Scientific American (blog) - http://news.google.com/news...
Scientific American (blog) Two new species of Chinese spider are positively weeny Scientific American (blog) Lin and Li describe the spiders, with their disproportionately large and spherical posteriors, in a recent edition of Zookeys. Considered one of the smallest known species of spider, M. wawuensis has a distinctive black body speckled ever so slightly ...
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Festival line-up update: ATP's End Of An Era, Lovebox, Sŵn and more - Complete Music Update - http://news.google.com/news...
Festival line-up update: ATP's End Of An Era, Lovebox, Sŵn and more Complete Music Update The Planes, Heal The Last Stand, Heavy Petting Zoo, Keys, Kizzy Crawford, Kutosis, Land Observations, Little Arrow, Lowri Evans, Masters In France, Nadine Shah, Nanook of the North, Nathaniel, Peasant's King, Pinkunoizu, Queer'd Science, R Seiliog, ...
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New Species of Scorpion Found in Ecuador - Sci-News.com - http://news.google.com/news...
Sci-News.com New Species of Scorpion Found in Ecuador Sci-News.com Bibliographic information: Lourenço WR, Ythier E. 2013. The remarkable scorpion diversity in the Ecuadorian Andes and description of a new species of Tityus C. L. Koch, 1836 (Scorpiones, Buthidae). ZooKeys 307: 1–13; doi: 10.3897/zookeys.307.5334.
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New scorpion species discovered in the Ecuadorian Andes - NetIndian - http://news.google.com/news...
NetIndian New scorpion species discovered in the Ecuadorian Andes NetIndian The study was published recently in the open access journal Zookeys. The new species belongs to the genus Tityus, which is part of the scorpion family Buthidae. This genus, with more than 200 known species, is the most special one among all the buthid ...
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