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Ethiopian Journal of Biological Sciences - Vol 16 (2017)

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Articles

Diversity and conservation of Ethiopian mammals: what have we learned in 30 years? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Leonid A. Lavrenchenko, Afework Bekele 1-20
Studies of large and small barbs (genus Barbus sensu Lato; Cyprinidae; pisces) carried out by freshwater biology group of Joint Ethio-Russian Biological Expedition (JERBE) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mikhail V. Mina, Alexander S. Golubtsov, Fekadu Tefera, Genanaw Tesfaye, Yuri Y. Dgebuadze 21-44
An evidence of past introgressive hybridization between Labeobarbus ethiopicus and L. intermedius in the Ethiopian Rift Valley, East Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Boris A. Levin, Yuri Y. Dgebuadze, Fekadu Tefera, Genanaw Tesfaye, Alexander S. Golubtsov 45-60
Ecosystem history of the Bale Mountains EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Evgeniya A. Kuzmicheva, Habte Jebessa Debella, Bulat F. Khasanov, Olga A. Krylovich, Wondwossen Girmay, Dmitry D. Vasyukov, Solomon Yirga, Arkady B. Savinetsky 61-94
On the pierid butterflies of the West Shewa Zone (Ethiopia) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Oleg G. Gorbunov 95-147
Notes on the breeding of large Lake Tana Barbs (Labeobarbus Spp.) in nature and laboratory EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Fedor N. Shkil, Kirill F. Dzerzhinskii, Belay Abdissa, Vasily B. Borisov, Wondie Zelalem, Daria V. Kapitanova, Mesfin Tsegaw, Sergei V. Smirnov 149-170
Studies of the cladocera (Crustacea: branchiopoda) of Ethiopia: current state and further perspectives EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Anna N. Neretina, Wondie Zelalem, Alexey A. Kotov 171-180
Physico-chemical characteristics and macrozoobenthos abundance in the Gulf of Lake Tana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Wondie Zelalem, Alexander Prokin 181-209


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