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Checklist of the terrestrial vertebrates of the Guiana Shield

T. Hollowell

Checklist of the terrestrial vertebrates of the Guiana Shield

by T. Hollowell

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Published by Biological Society of Washington, Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zoology -- Guyana Shield,
  • Guyana Shield

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTom Hollowell and Robert P. Reynolds, editors.
    SeriesBulletin of the Biological Society of Washington -- no. 13.
    ContributionsReynolds, Robert P.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 98 p. :
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17627952M
    OCLC/WorldCa62785723

    David Attenborough's first book (with a delightfully youthful portrait on rear dw panel), and the beginning of the much sought-after 'Zoo Quest' series. Well-illustrated and delightfully written, his early titles display much of the talent and infectious charm that has since made their author a naturalist, broadcaster and presenter of world renown. The Proterozoic basement of Suriname consists of a greenstone–tonalite–trondhjemite–granodiorite belt in the northeast of the country, two high-grade belts in the northwest and southwest, respectively, and a large granitoid–felsic volcanic terrain in the central part of the country, punctuated by numerous gabbroic by:

    Notes on the Vertebrates of northern Pará, Brazil: a forgotten part of the Guianan Region, III. Vomeropalatine teeth monocuspid. small terminal shield, one half (only on left side) annular groove beyond posterior french Guiana and described a specimen from Guyana under that name. taylor (, ) recognized Author: Adriano Oliveira Maciel, Marinus Steven Hoogmoed. Otter of Guyana {Lontra felina}This Guyana and South American Otter or “Water Dog “ is the world's largest, at some 6 feet ( meters) long. It lives in the remote rivers and creeks of the Jungle. These huge members of the weasel family swim .

    A basic description of the mountain landscape in the Guiana Shield leads to the recognition of Pantepui as a distinct biogeographic entity. A historical review of the discovery and study of the butterflies in the montane zones of Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana within the tepuis region produced a checklist of its endemic butterfly taxa and data on their known distribution.   The freshwater fishes of British Guiana, including a study of the ecological grouping of species and the relation of the fauna of the plateau to that of the lowlands by Eigenmann, Carl H., Pages:


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Checklist of the terrestrial vertebrates of the Guiana Shield by T. Hollowell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Checklist of the terrestrial vertebrates of the Guiana Shield. Washington, D.C.: Biological Society of Washington, National Museum of Natural History, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T Hollowell; Robert P Reynolds.

The Checklist of the Terrestrial Vertebrates of the Guiana Shield was published in (Hollowell and Reynolds, ). It contains all known terrestrial verte- brate species, listing species.

Checklist of the Terrestrial Vertebrates of the Guiana Shield Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington January.

The Guiana Shield is a geographic region found in northeast South is one of the three cratons of the South American is a billion-year-old Precambrian geological formation that forms part of the South American northern coast.

The higher elevations on the region are called the Guiana Highlands, which is where there are mesas or "table" mountains called tepuisContinent: South America. The Guiana Shield is one of the three cratons of the South American is a billion-year-old Precambrian geological formation in northeast South America that forms a portion of the northern coast.

The higher elevations on the shield are called the Guiana Highlands, which is where the table-like mountains called tepuis are found.

The Guiana Highlands are also the Region: South America. Preliminary Checklist of the Mammals of the Guiana Shield Introduction The Guiana Shield as defined by Hollowell et al.

() includes the states in southern Venezuela (Amazonas, Bolívar, and Delta Amacuro), and all of Guyana, Surinam, and French Guiana. This region, however, is defined more broadly in a geological context to.

The Guiana Shield [1] is one of the three cratons of the South American is a billion-year-old Precambrian geological formation in northeast South America that forms a portion of the northern coast. [2] The higher elevations on the shield are called the Guiana Highlands, which is where the table-like mountains called tepuis are found.

The Guiana Highlands are also the. Ecology and Evolution in the Tropics - A Herpetological Perspective, University of Chicago Press,PagesPrice: $, ISBN Biological Conservation (1) [Link] Hollowell, T.

and R. Reynolds, editors. Checklist of. The Guiana Shield. The Guiana Shield is a billion-year-old Precambrian geological formation in northeast South America.

The higher elevations are the Guiana Highlands, with flat-topped mountains and are the source of some of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls such as Angel Falls and Kaieteur Falls.

The plant checklist is a companion to the recently published Checklist of the Terrestrial Vertebrates of the Guiana Shield (Hollowell and Reynolds, eds. Together they represent a new research and conservation resource, which highlights three critical facets of taxonomic work: research, collections, and expeditions.

Book: A Rapid Biological ds Checklist of the Terrestrial vertebrates of the Guiana in of the Biological Society of Washington Google Scholar 2 Amphibians and Reptiles of the Lost World In DonnellyM.A. r Ecology and Evolution in the Tropics: Cited by: 1.

In ell R. ds Checklist of the terrestrial vertebrates of the Guiana in of the Biological Society of Washington Google Scholar 7 LimB.K. tie Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) survey of small mammals Author: Burton K.

Lim, Hermando Banda. The Guiana Shield is an ancient geological formation located in the northern part of South America, covering an area of one million square kilometres.

Despite its hostile environment, it is home to many unusual and highly specialized plants and animals, which constitute a rich area of biodiversity. Chapters in this book include hydrology, nutrient cycling, forest phenology, insect. The Guiana Shield is an ancient geological formation located in the northern part of South America, covering an area of 1 million square kilometers.

Despite its hostile environment, it is home to many unusual and highly specialized plants and animals, which constitute a rich area of biodiversity. Chapters in this book include hydrology Price: $ The Guiana Shield is an area of special importance, especially to those concerned with Precambrian geology, as it provides a perspective on a part of earth history not well represented elsewhere.

It is also concerns economic geologists as its. The Guiana Shield refers to a geological unity formed during the precambruim period (4, million years ago).

Rocks on the basis of the shield are known as the Greenstone belts and form the Imataca complex which. The fish group that went on to become the ancestor of all terrestrial vertebrates was the lobe-finned fish The middle Paleozoic decline in trilobites and other aquatic invertebrates was likely due to advances in evolution of the.

In: Hollowell T, Reynolds RP (eds) Checklist of the terrestrial Vertebrates of the Guiana Shield. Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington, Washington, DC, pp 9–24 Google Scholar Steyermark JA, Dunsterville GCK () The lowland flora element of the summit of Cerro Guiaquinima and other cerros of the Guayana Highlands of by: 4.

Start studying Geology History. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Canadian Shield. The fish group that went on to become the ancestor of all terrestrial vertebrates Glaciers.

Mass extinction in late Devonian was caused by. However, the subcontinent-sized landmass known as the Guiana Shield (itself containing three countries and parts of another two) has been largely ignored by cockroach systematists and taxonomists for over 20 years.

The first goal of this dissertation research is to update the current understanding of the cockroach fauna in the Guiana by: 1. Sometime later, in the framework of the Guiana Shield Priority Setting Workshop held in Paramaribo in (Conservation International, ), the taxonomic lists of amphibians (Señaris and MacCulloch, ) and reptiles (Ávila-Pires, ) for the Guiana Shield were updated as a basis for the establishment of conservation : Celsa Señaris, Fernando J.M.

Rojas-Runjaic, Fernando J.M. Rojas-Runjaic.Multilocus phylogeny, diagnosis and generic revision of the Guiana Shield endemic suckermouth armored catfish tribe Lithoxini (Loricaridae: Hypostominae).

Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society – Geda, S.R., N.K. Lujan, M.A. Perkins, E. Abernethy, M.H. Sabaj, M.M. Gangloff. Multilocus phylogeny of the zebra mussel.Physalis hirsuta M.

Martens & Galeotti: Mexico (Mesoamerica) Panama (Mesoamerica) Note: This information is based on publications available through Tropicos and may not represent the entire distribution. Tropicos does not categorize distributions as native or non-native.