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Folia Zoologica vol. 65 no. 3

Full Papers

DIVÍŠEK J., CULEK M., ŠŤASTNÝ K., ANDĚRA M.
Biogeographical patterns in vertebrate assemblages of the Czech Republic: regional division in the context of species’ distributions in Europe, 169-182.

LUO W.-W., LIU CH.-S., CAO X.-J., HUANG L.-F., HUANG S.-Q.
Precision of age estimations from scales, otoliths, vertebrae, opercular bones and cleithra of two loaches Misgurnus anguillicaudatus and Paramisgurnus dabryanus, 183-188.

NUHLÍČKOVÁ S., KRIŠTÍN A., DEGMA P., HOI H.
Variability in nestling diet of European hoopoes: annual and sampling effect, 189-199.

SOKOS CH.K., BIRTSAS P.K., PLATIS P.C., PAPASPYROPOULOS K.G.
Weather influence on the abundance of bird species wintering in three Mediterranean ecosystems, 200-207.

LIANG H., LI N., CHEN Z.
The prey tactics by two owl species in the forest of northeastern China, 208-213.

GIMÉNEZ-ANAYA A., HERRERO J., GARCÍA-SERRANO A., GARCÍA-GONZÁLEZ R., PRADA C.
Wild boar battues reduce crop damages in a protected area, 214-220.

ZEMAN J., HRBEK J., DRIMAJ J., KUDLÁČEK T., KAMLER J., PLHAL R., HEROLDOVÁ M.
Comparison of three methods to evaluate wild boar diet, 221-224.

MYSŁAJEK R.W., NOWAK S., KUREK K., TOŁKACZ K., GEWARTOWSKA O.
Utilisation of a wide underpass by mammals on an expressway in the Western Carpathians, S Poland, 225-232.

BOUNACEUR F., BOUALEM A., BENAMOR N., FELLOUS A., BENKHEIRA A., BISSAAD F.Z., AULAGNIER S.
Updated distribution and local abundance of the endangered Cuvier’s gazelle (Mammalia, Bovidae) in Algeria, 233-238.

DEBENEDETTI Á.L., SÁEZ-DURÁN S., SAINZ-ELIPE S., GALÁN-PUCHADES M.T., FUENTES
Unusual multiparasitism causes overweight in a wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus (Rodentia: Muridae), from a post-fire regeneration area, 239-242.

BREVIGLIERI C.P.B., KUHNEN V.V.
Resource-defense behaviour: first report of an agonistic interaction between the opossum Didelphis aurita and the bat Artibeus lituratus, 243-247.