Folia Zoologica

vol. 54 no. 1-2

Issues

Volume Numbers
68 2019 1 2 3
67 2018 1 2 3-4
66 2017 1 2 3 4
65 2016 1 2 3 4
64 2015 1 2 3 4
63 2014 1 2 3 4
62 2013 1 2 3 4
61 2012 1 2 3-4
60 2011 1 2 3 4
59 2010 1 2 3 4
58 2009 1 2 3 4 monogr. 1 suppl. 1
57 2008 1-2 3 4
56 2007 1 2 3 4
55 2006 1 2 3 4
53 2004 1 2 3 4 monogr. 1
52 2003 1 2 3 4
51 2002 1 2 3 4

REVIEW ARTICLE

SALES J.
The endangered kiwi: a review, 1-20.- fulltext

FULL PAPERS

BARJA I., MIGUEL F.J., BÁRCENA F.
Faecal marking behaviour of Iberian wolf in different zones of their territory, 21-29.- fulltext

CIECHANOWSKI M.
Utilization of artificial shelters by bats (Chiroptera) in three different types of forest, 31-37.- fulltext

SIDOROVICH V.E., KRASKO D.A., DYMAN A.A.
Landscape-related differences in diet, food supply and distribution pattern of the pine marten, Martes martes in the transitional mixed forest of northern Belarus, 39-52.- fulltext

KAŇUCH P., JANEČKOVÁ K., KRIŠTÍN A.
Winter diet of the noctule bat Nyctalus noctula, 53-60.- fulltext

SCHEIBLER E., WEINANDY R., GATTERMANN R.
Social factors affecting litters in families of Mongolian gerbils, Meriones unguiculatus, 61-68.- fulltext

KRYŠTUFEK B., MOZETIČ FRANCKY B.
Mt. Hermon field mouse Apodemus iconicus is a member of the European mammal fauna, 69-74.- fulltext

TVRTKOVIĆ N., PAVLINIĆ I., HARING E.
Four species of long-eared bats (Plecotus, Geoffroy,1818; Mammalia, Vespertilionidae) in Croatia: field identification and distribution, 75-88.- fulltext

KAMLER J., HOMOLKA M.
Faecal nitrogen: a potential indicator of red and roe deer diet quality in forest habitats, 89-98.- fulltext

BONTZORLOS V.A., PERIS S.J., VLACHOS C.G., BAKALOUDIS D.E.
The diet of barn owl in the agricultural landscapes of central Greece, 99-110.- fulltext

PORKERT J., ZAJÍC J.
The breeding biology of the common redstart, Phoenicurus phoenicurus, in the Central European pine forest, 111-122.- fulltext

NÉMETHOVÁ D., TIRINDA A.
The influence of intersections and dead-ends of line-corridor networks on the breeding bird distribution, 123-134.- fulltext

LEI F.-M., WANG A.-Z., WANG G., YIN Z.-H.
Vocalization of red-necked snow finch, Pyrgilauda ruficollis on the Tibetan Plateau, China – a syllable taxonomic signal?, 135-146.- fulltext

CARLINI A.R., CORIA N.R., SANTOS M.M., BUJÁN S.M.
The effect of chinstrap penguins on the breeding performance of Adèlie penguins, 147-158.- fulltext

HUBÁLEK Z.
Co-fluctuation among bird species in their migration timing, 159-164.- fulltext

TURAN C., YALCIN Ş., TURAN F., OKUR E., AKYURT I.
Morphometric comparisons of African catfish, Clarias gariepinus, populations in Turkey, 165-172.- fulltext

MIRANDA R., ESCALA M.C.
Morphometrical comparison of cleithra, opercular and pharyngeal bones of autochthonous Leuciscinae (Cyprinidae) of Spain, 173-188.- fulltext

PRÁŠEK V., JURAJDA P.
Expansion of Proterorhinus marmoratus in the Morava River basin (Czech Republic, Danube R. watershed), 189-192.- fulltext

BRITTON J.R., SHEPHERD J.S.
Biometric data to facilitate the diet reconstruction of piscivorous fauna, 193-200.- fulltext

COELHO M.M., MESQUITA N., COLLARES-PEREIRA M.J.
Chondrostoma almacai, a new cyprinid species from the southwest of Portugal, Iberian Peninsula, 201-212.- fulltext

NOTE

LANSZKI J.
Diet composition of red fox during rearing in a moor: a case study, 213-216.- fulltext