Lilliputian biodiversity findings are more delicate than elephants, such as elephants, for example. Furthermore, analysis of DNA bar code correction – a taxonomic method using the DNA's short elephant of the organism – is not enough to adequately reflect this species.
In case of small-scale swing snails – to smear a white whitewash as a leaf wool, this is a shell that provides additional and reliable information required to determine the molecular evaluation or question.
However, at 2 mm, thin snails are very small and fragile, and in some cases the advantageous details outside the shells are only used with high microscope and computed tomographic images.
This is exactly how Dr. Adrienne Jokhumi interdisciplinary team, Naturohistoric Museum Der Burgergienne Burni (NMBE) and Bern University, Dr. Bernard Ruttenstein, Zoological Steachmannman Munchee, Germany, Dr. Marian Campach, Gisen University and Marburg Hospital, German University, German University, Germany University of Germany, University of Germany, University of Germany, University of Germany, their research was published in the open access book ZooKeys.
Although the molecular analysis was evaluated, which was later named as a new science, Panacea, The study did not make a description of a new smile, in order to say that in the future, the museum collection is a convenient, voucher material for the researchers. Mini Forest Compost – Glazer should wait for another five years and Dr. A. Fawar, who traveled to Panama collected new material.
The new snail is currently the second member of the family Carychiidae to be discovered in Panama. The first Panamanian and Western hemisphere is a similar Southwestern member of C. zarzaae, which is also described by Dr. A. Jokhumi and his team are the two Danish dances living in North and Central America. The study was published ZooKeys last year.
Like the X-rays shown on the degeneration of broken bones, CT images visually distribute the potato chip in a flat (lamella) plane, along the syringe-like antate (colomella) in a tray fabric vessel. These structures provide stability and surface with a snail carrying a muscle train and comforting and pointing out that the baton is a trench-like shell in tight corners and crannies. The quality and quality of the lamella accuracy in the colloemal are also used by the malagologists (mollusks) to distinguish species.
Normally, thorn snail shells are needed in minus "window" vessels that need higher microscope.
"This is a terrible method of great patience and weakness and all too often, the vessel waters are open under pressure or swelling in the dust," explains Dr. A. Jokhumi. "Delicious lamella detection by a non-manipulative CT image, valuable shell material is protected and unknown diversity thorn snails are widely available for further research and further conservation measures."
The authors hope that C. Panamazes and C. Zarja, both resident in La-Adist International Park, will remain in the Conservation Priority, like other animal treasures, including the elite ketchat, three wedge cubes and cruiser eigle.
The park is counted for 1 bi-bish biosphere reserve, because it is located in Costa Rica and Panama and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990.
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