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New data on the distribution of the two mole species Talpa aquitania Nicolas, Matinez-Vargas & Hugot, 2017 and T. europaea Linnaeus, 1758 in France based on museum and newly collected specimens

NICOLAS V., HUGOT J.-P. & CORNETTE R. 2021. — New data on the distribution of the two mole species Talpa aquitania Nicolas, Matinez-Vargas & Hugot, 2017 and T. europaea Linnaeus, 1758 in France based on museum and newly collected specimens. Zoosystema 2021 (24): 585-617. https://doi.org/10.5252/zoosystema2021v43a24. http://zoosystema.com/43/24

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Shrews (Mammalia, Eulipotyphla) from a biodiversity hotspot, Mount Nimba (West Africa), with a field identification key to species

DENYS C., JACQUET F., KADJO B., MISSOUP A. D., ANISKINE V. M., GOÜY DE BELLOCQ J., SOROPOGUI B., DOUNO M., SYLLA M., NICOLAS V., LALIS A. & MONADJEM A. 2021. — Shrews (Mammalia, Eulipotyphla) from a biodiversity hotspot, Mount Nimba (West Africa), with a field identification key to species. Zoosystema 2021 (30): 729-757. https://doi.org/10.5252/zoosystema2021v43a30. http://zoosystema.com/43/30

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Which frog’s legs do froggies eat? The use of DNA barcoding for identification of deep frozen frog legs (Dicroglossidae, Amphibia) commercialized in France

OHLER A. & NICOLAS V. 2017. — Which frog’s legs do froggies eat? The use of DNA barcoding for identification of deep frozen frog legs (Dicroglossidae, Amphibia) commercialized in France. European Journal of Taxonomy 2017 (271): 1-19 (EJT-271). https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2017.271

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African highlands as mammal diversity hotspots: new records of Lamottemys okuensis Petter, 1986 (Rodentia: Muridae) and other endemic rodents from Mt Oku, Cameroon

DENYS C., MISSOUP A. D., NICOLAS V., FÜLLING O., DELAPRÉ A., BILONG BILONG C. F., TAYLOR P. J. J. & HUTTERER R. 2014. — African highlands as mammal diversity hotspots: new records of Lamottemys okuensis Petter, 1986 (Rodentia: Muridae) and other endemic rodents from Mt Oku, Cameroon. Zoosystema 2014 (3): 647-690. https://doi.org/10.5252/z2014n3a6

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