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Grasslands play an important ecological role and are the dominant landscape in the whole extent of the Andes and high elevation regions of South America. Climate change models indicate a strong impact on mountain systems. The climatic conditions of mountain systems are greatly influenced by topograp…

Genome size (GS) is known to vary widely among fishes. However, evolutionary drivers that shape this variation are largely unknown in Pomacentridae. GS information is available for several Pomacentridae species, which have adapted over evolutionary time mainly in reef environments. In the present st…

Forecasting the risk of pathogen spillover from reservoir populations of wild or domestic animals is essential for the effective deployment of interventions such as wildlife vaccination or culling. Due to the sporadic nature of spillover events and limited availability of data, developing and valida…

Premise of the research. Passifloroideae (over 700 species), which include the large genus Passiflora (over 550 species), are distributed pantropically today. The fossil record of the group is, nevertheless, small and poorly understood. In this study, I provide a critical review of the fossil record…

Phyllodocida is a clade of errantiate annelids characterized by having ventral sensory palps, anterior enlarged cirri, axial muscular proboscis, compound chaetae (if present) with a single ligament, and of lacking dorsolateral folds. Members of most families date back to the Carboniferous, although …

The eastern wolf (Canis lycaon), a species of conservation concern in Canada, is currently restricted to small fragmented populations in south-central Ontario and hybridizes with both encroaching gray wolves and coyote-like canids. We examined niche dynamics in canids undergoing hybridization to det…

When environmental conditions change, species usually face three options: adaptation, range shifts, or extinction. In the wake of climate change, it is generally believed that range shifts are the norm in mobile species such as birds, resulting in poleward range shifts. The European Bee-eater is a p…

The hydrozoan Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia physalis) is distributed throughout the Havana littoral zone, which is one of the circulation points of the currents that form the North Atlantic Subtropical Gyre run. For the first time, a study was conducted monthly from May 2018 through May 2019 to be…

Climacium dendroides is a rare bryophyte resource with important medicinal value, which is mainly concentrated in the southwest and northeast China. In recent years, we found in the wild investigation that the population of C. dendroides had shrunk. In our study, based on high-resolution environment…

Climate change is among the key anthropogenic factors affecting species’ distribution, with important consequences for conservation. However, little is known concerning the consequences of distributional changes on community‐level interactions, and responses by generalist species might have many eco…