et al5 and Emami et al9 reported similar prevalence of 8% and 6% in Serbian and Irani such children.
In dasypodids, the bullae are generally large and inflated, better developed than in any other group of xenarthrans (Roig; Segall, 1976; Patterson et al., 1989; Wible & Gaudin, 2004), condition that has been suggested as being an adaptation to life not only in underground niches but also in increased eremic
conditions (Roig; Squarcia et al., 2007).
"We went through the whole patient experience, from top to bottom," says Linda Eremic
, RN, director of operations.
Ecology: This genus appears to be the most arid-tolerant in the family, and species are more likely to be found in scrub vegetation in eremic
zones than species of the other genera.
In this environment, the Gyriosomus-species are both eremic
and endemic components of the epigean entomofauna.
comm.), the new record is considered (as at Jebel Kawr and Jebdel Akhdar) to represent a relict population persisting from an era of more mesic (but probably still eremic
Roig stated that the bullar hypertrophy in dasypodids augment as the species acquire increasingly eremic
[43.] Cabarkapa V, Deric M, Stosic Z, Sakac V, Davidovic S, Eremic
Among other things it gives an indication whether the UAE is part of the core territory of a species (as it is for many Eremic
zone taxa), or whether we are likely to be a marginal habitat.
Suncica KOJIC DAMJANOV, Mirjana DERIC and Nevena EREMIC
The species ranges across the Eremic
Zone from North Africa through Northern India, including western Arabia (Waterston & Pittaway 1989).