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Figure 4 In A New Species Of Allobates (Anura: Aromobatidae) From Parque Nacional Da Amazônia, Pará State, Brazil

Albertina P. Lima, Pedro Ivo Simões & Igor Luis Kaefer
FIGURE 4. Color in life of Allobates tapajos. (A) Dorsolateral and (G) ventral view of allotype (INPA-H 34424) from the species type locality in Parque Nacional da Amazônia (PNA). (A), (B), (C) and (D) Variation in dorsal color pattern. Note absence of dorsolateral lines. Ventral view of (I) a female (INPA-H 34407) and of (H) a male (INPA-H 34404). Note whitish ventral surfaces of female specimens and the yellow throat and chest on males. Lateral...

Figure 7 In A New Species Of Allobates (Anura: Aromobatidae) From Parque Nacional Da Amazônia, Pará State, Brazil

Albertina P. Lima, Pedro Ivo Simões & Igor Luis Kaefer
FIGURE 7. Oral discs of Allobates tapajos from Parque Nacional da Amazônia, Itaituba, Pará State, Brazil. (A) Ventral and (B) oblique views of the oral disc of a tadpole at developmental stage 39. (C) Oral disc of tadpole at stage 35. Papillae on the right portion of posterior labium are turned anteriorly to emphasize their length. (D) Oral disc of a second tadpole at developmental stage 35, emphasizing relative length of tooth rows. Scale bar...

Figure 8 In A New Species Of Allobates (Anura: Aromobatidae) From Parque Nacional Da Amazônia, Pará State, Brazil

Albertina P. Lima, Pedro Ivo Simões & Igor Luis Kaefer
FIGURE 8. Oscillograms (upper graphs) and sonograms (lower graphs) of advertisement calls of Allobates tapajos recorded at the species type locality in Parque Nacional da Amazônia, Itatituba, Pará State, Brazil. (A) Ten seconds of continuous advertisement calls of a male (INPA-H 34402, SVL = 15.02 mm) recorded at 23.9 °C. Notes are predominantly arranged in consecutive note pairs split by slightly longer silent intervals. (B) Detailed view of two note pairs from the same call...

Figure 11 In A New Species Of Allobates (Anura: Aromobatidae) From Parque Nacional Da Amazônia, Pará State, Brazil

Albertina P. Lima, Pedro Ivo Simões & Igor Luis Kaefer
FIGURE 11. Evolutionary relationships between Allobates tapajos and other species of cryptically colored Allobates occurring in Brazil and across cis-Andean South America, as inferred from an unrooted maximum likelihood phylogenetic tree based on a 420 bp fragment of the 16S rDNA mitochondrial gene. All sequences proceed from specimens collected at the type localities of each species, except when indicated between parentheses. Live male frogs depicted on the right represent typical specimens of A. tapajos, A....

Figure 13 In A New Species Of Allobates (Anura: Aromobatidae) From Parque Nacional Da Amazônia, Pará State, Brazil

Albertina P. Lima, Pedro Ivo Simões & Igor Luis Kaefer
FIGURE 13. Calling male (A), egg clutch (B) and tadpole nest (C) of Allobates tapajos from Parque Nacional da Amazônia, Itaituba, Pará State, Brazil.

Interval Neutrosophic Finite Switchboard State Machine

Mahmood Tahir & Khan Qaisar
In this paper we introduced the concept of interval neutrosophic finite state machine, interval neutrosophic finite switchboard state machine using the notion of interval neutrosophic set. We also introduced the concept of homomorphism and strong homomorphism of interval neutrosophic finite state machine.

Figures 7A–B. Fig. 7A In A New Species Of Samba S. Str. (Hymenoptera: Melittidae) From The Turkana Basin, Kenya With Observations On The Function Of The Metatibial Spur In Females

Laurence Packer & Dino J. Martins
FIGURES 7A–B. Fig. 7A. Samba turkana foraging on Crotalaria sp. at Nachekichok, South Turkwel, Turkana County, Kenya. Note the bee gripping the standard petal with its mandibles (a), and the use of the middle legs to force apart the wing petals (b), while exposing the keel, forced down by the bees' grip, to comb the anthers for pollen (c) passing them through the gap between the hind–tibial spur and the inner surface of the hind–leg....

What Students Answer When Discussing About Citation Practices

Caroline Salamin, Noémi Cobolet, Raphaël Grolimund & Pascale Bouton
This document explain how data were generated and how to interpret them. LICENSE: CC0
But if you want to combine data with other datasets, feel free to use them as if they were published under CC0 license.
Data were published in February 2017. At that time, Zenodo only provided CC BY, CC BY-SA, CC BY-NC, CC BY-ND and CC BY-NC-ND. No CC0 option was available. HOW DATA WERE COLLECTED
The 21 recorded sessions took...

Pandda Analysis Of Sp100 Screened Against Selection Of Maybridge Fragment Library (Html Summary)

Tobias Krojer, Nicholas M Pearce, Patrick Collins, Romain Talon & Frank von Delft
Interactive summary page for "PanDDA analysis of SP100 screened against selection of Maybridge Fragment Library". Please click on "0_index.html" in the "Files" section to open the interactive summary. All datasets are also available as combined zip files from https://zenodo.org/record/48771 .

Pandda Analysis Of Brd1 Screened Against 3D-Fragment-Consortium Fragment Library (Html Summary)

Tobias Krojer, Nicholas M Pearce, Patrick Collins, Romain Talon & Frank von Delft
Interactive summary page for "PanDDA analysis of BRD1 screened against 3D-Fragment-Consortium Fragment Library". Please click on "0_index.html" in the "Files" section to open the interactive summary. All datasets are also available as combined zip files from https://zenodo.org/record/48769 .

Sexarbeit Im Wohnquartier: Eine Sozialräumliche Annäherung An Die Frage \"Wie Existieren Sexarbeit Und Wohnen Im Langstrassenquartier Nebeneinander?\"

Renato Achermann
Die vorliegende Arbeit untersucht die Frage nach qualitativ guter Siedlungsqualität und der Wirkung von Sexarbeit auf diese Qualität. Hat die ansässige Sexarbeit einen direkten Einfluss auf die Lebensqualität der Anwohnenden eines Quartiers? Diese Frage wird in der vorliegenden Arbeit anhand des Langstrassenquartiers in den Zürcher Stadtkreisen 4 und 5 sowie vor dem Hintergrund des Verbots der Sexarbeit in Quartieren mit mehr als 50 Prozent Wohnungsanteil sozialräumlich-orientiert untersucht. Der Autor dieser Arbeit hat sich von Dezember...

Il Lascito Linguistico Italiano In Dodecaneso, Libia E Corno D'Africa: L2, Pidgin E Prestiti

Saul Hoffmann
Like many other European countries, at the end of the 19th century Italy occupied a number of territories around the world, though most of these colonies were located in Africa. In those where the Italian presence has been longer and more pervading, Italian language is still spoken as a second language (e.g. in the Dodecanese, now part of Greece) or in a corrupt form (Simplified Italian of Ethiopia). Nevertheless, given that many years have passed...

Win-Ce/Virtualenactment V3.0

Stefan Oppl
New features: visualization of modificiation history loading of complete process histories (creates model change transactions from contained files by model diff) model change transactions are now decouple from process models, changes can be applied on any process Fixes: undo/redo now working more coherently (many smaller fixes) changes to the underlying data model (transitions between states are now stored explicitly) and many more

FIGURE 9. Elasmopus integer Myers, 1989 male specimen, 5.5 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 9. Elasmopus integer Myers, 1989 male specimen, 5.5 mm, AM P.92257, Descartes Island, The Kimberley, Indian Ocean.

FIGURE 20 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 20. Leeuwinella mistakensis gen. et sp. nov. holotype female, 5.5 mm, AM P. 92754, Vancouver Peninsular, near Mistaken Island, King George Sound, Western Australia.

FIGURE 23 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 23. Maeropsis griffini (Berents, 1983) male, 7.5 mm, NTM Cr18332, Bedout Island, Western Australia.

FIGURE 27 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 27. Pseudelasmopus walkerae sp. nov. holotype male, 3 mm, AM P.92517, Emily Bay, Norfolk Island, scales 0.1 mm.

FIGURE 29 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 29. Pseudelasmopus walkerae sp. nov. holotype male, 3 mm, AM P.92517, Emily Bay, Norfolk Island, scales 0.1 mm.

FIGURE 32 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 32. Quadrimaera brownorum sp. nov. holotype male 4.5 mm, AM P. 92677, Cygnet Bay, Western Australia, scales 0.1 mm.

FIGURE 35 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 35. Quadrimaera gregoryi sp. nov. holotype male, 5 mm, AM P.92788, * paratype female, 7.9 mm, AM P.92789, off end of South Mole, Arthur Head, Fremantle, Western Australia, scales 0.1 mm.

FIGURE 38. Quadrimaera metinaro Hughes, 2015 male 4.6 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 38. Quadrimaera metinaro Hughes, 2015 male 4.6 mm, AM P. 92526, south end of McCluer Island, Northern Territory.

FIGURE 45 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 45. Quadrimaera vallaris sp. nov. holotype male 4.0 mm, AM P.92505, dive site ″the Wall″, Nepean Island near Norfolk Island, scales 0.1 mm.

FIGURE 44 in Maeridae from the Indo-Pacific: Elasmopus, Leeuwinella gen. nov., Maeropsis, Pseudelasmopus and Quadrimaera (Amphipoda: Crustacea)

Lauren E. Hughes
FIGURE 44. Quadrimaera vallaris sp. nov. holotype male 4.0 mm, AM P.92505, dive site ″the Wall″, Nepean Island near Norfolk Island.

Understanding Users Of Commercial Music Services Through Personas: Design Implications

Jin Ha Lee & Rachel Price
Most of the previous literature on music users’ needs, habits, and interactions with music information retrieval (MIR) systems focuses on investigating user groups of particular demographics or testing the usability of specific interfaces/systems. In order to improve our understanding of how users’ personalities and characteristics affect their needs and interactions with MIR systems, we conducted a qualitative user study across multiple commercial music services, utilizing interviews and think-aloud sessions. Based on the empirical user data,...

Figures 10–11. Vanonus Spp. Illustrations. 10 In New Aderidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea) From Baltic And Bitterfeld Amber

Vitalii I. Alekseev & Traci L. Grzymala
FIGURES 10–11. Vanonus spp. illustrations. 10) Vanonus ulmerigicus sp. nov. A. forebody, B. antenna, C. metafemur; 11) Vanonus aestiorum sp. nov. A. forebody, B. antenna.

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