arthropod

The largest phylum in the animal kingdom; adults typically have segmented body, a sclerotized integument, and many-jointed segmental limbs. (Source: MGH)



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Ferguson JWH 1989. Preferred habitat of White-browed Sparrow Weavers Plocepasser mahali. South African Journal of Zoology 24 (1) 1 - 10
Dixon JEW 1981. Diet of the owl Glaucidium perlatum in the Etosha National Park. Madoqua 12 (4) 267 - 268
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Clousley-Thompson JL 1991. Avoidance of Environmental Extremes. Ecophysiology of Desert Arthropods and Reptiles 29-51
Lalley JS, Viles HA, Henschel JR, Lalley V 2006. Lichen-dominated soil crusts as arthropod habitat in warm deserts. Journal of Arid Environments 67 (4) 579-593
Mooring MS, Mazhowu W, Scott CA 1994. The effect of rainfall on tick challenge at Kyle recreational park, Zimbabwe. Experimental and Applied Acarology 18 (9) 507 - 520
Fielden LJ, Rechav Y 1996. Survival of six species of African ticks in relation to saturation deficits. Experimental and Applied Acarology 20 (11) 625 - 637
Ledger JA 1980. The arthropod parasites of vertebrates in Africa south of the Sahara. Vol IV Phthiraptera (Insecta). Publications of the South African Institute for Medical Research 56 1-327
Andre HM, Noti MI, Jacobson K 1998. The soil microarthropods of the Namib desert: A patchy mosaic. Journal of African Zoology 111 (6) 499-517
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2002. 4.33 Rock lobster.
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Attems C 1928. The Myriopoda of South Africa. Annals of the South African Museum (26)
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Hauptfleisch M, Bockmühl D, D'Alton C, Avenant N The Benefit of studying ecosystems at Namibian airports.
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Hoffmann A, Vohland K, Zeller U 2010. Overgrazing favours desert species - differences in arthropod and small mammal communities of the twin sites Gellap Ost and Nabaos. Biodiversity in southern Africa 2: Patterns and processes at regional scale 239-244
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Petney TN, Horak IG, Rechav Y 1987. The ecology of the African vectors of heartwater, with particular reference to Amblyomma hebraeum and Amblyomma variegatum. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 54 381 - 395
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Skinner JD, Lindeque M, van Aarde RJ, Dieckmann RC 1980. The prey of owls from Koichab pan in the southern Namib Desert. Madoqua 12 (3) 181 - 182
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Hauptfleisch ML, Dalton C 2015. Arthropod phototaxis and its possible effect on bird strike risk at two Namibian airports. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 13 (4) 957-965
Horak IG 1987. Arthropod parasites of some wild animals in South Africa and Namibia. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 58 (4) 207-211