Articles by Author: Jih Ne Ben Hassine

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  1. Allozyme and mtDNA variation of white seabream <em>Diplodus sargus</em> populations in a transition area between western and eastern Mediterranean basins (Siculo-Tunisian Strait)

    Allozyme and mtDNA variation of white seabream <em>Diplodus sargus</em> populations in a transition area between western and eastern Mediterranean basins (Siculo-Tunisian Strait)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Marine Science
    To investigate the possible influence of the Siculo-Tunisian Strait on the genetic structure of white seabream Diplodus sargus, 13 polymorphic allozyme loci and a fragment of the cytochrome b mito-chondrial DNA were analysed. Allozyme data indicated a moderate but significant...
  2. Phenotypic variability in larvae of two species of Mediterranean spadefoot toad: an approach using linear and geometric morphometrics

    Phenotypic variability in larvae of two species of Mediterranean spadefoot toad: an approach using linear and geometric morphometrics

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Herpetology
    Two species of the genus Pelobates occur in the western Mediterranean region: Pelobates cultripes, in the Iberian Peninsula and southern France, and Pelobates varaldii, endemic in northwestern Morocco. These two species form a monophyletic clade within the Eurasian Pelobates and...
  3. Factors determining the occurrence of <em>Pleurodeles poireti</em> (Caudata: Salamandridae) on Edough Peninsula, northeastern Algeria

    Factors determining the occurrence of <em>Pleurodeles poireti</em> (Caudata: Salamandridae) on Edough Peninsula, northeastern Algeria

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Herpetology
    Pleurodeles poireti is one of the lesser-known amphibians in the Mediterranean region. This species is strictly endemic to the Edough Peninsula in northeastern Algeria. Here we investigated the factors that determine the presence of P. poireti, by affecting its selection...
  4. Habitat structure and presence of <em>Salamandra algira</em> Bedriaga, 1883 in the Edough Peninsula, north-eastern Algeria

    Habitat structure and presence of <em>Salamandra algira</em> Bedriaga, 1883 in the Edough Peninsula, north-eastern Algeria

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Herpetology
    This study examined the role of habitat characteristics on the presence of Salamandra algira in the Edough Peninsula, north-eastern Algeria. In this region, 33 sites were surveyed over the late winter and spring for a period of three years. Salamandra...