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See detailThe history of Belgian bird ringing and its potential for monitoring and migration research.
Loneux, Michèle ULg; Vangeluwe, Didier

in ANSELIN, Anny (Ed.) Bird Numbers 2010. Monitoring, indicators and targets. Proceedings the 18th Conference of the European Bird Census Council, Cáceres, Spain (partim). Bird Census News 23/1-2. (2010)

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See detailCollection of Papers from the 4th International Black Grouse Conference
Loneux, Michèle ULg

in Folia Zoologica (2009), 58(2), 133

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See detailModeling the black grouse population : a tool for management.
Loneux, Michèle ULg; Lindsey, J.; Poncin, Pascal ULg

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See detailLe tétras lyre dans les Hautes-Fagnes : quarante ans de suivis - dix ans d'actions.
Poncin, Pascal ULg; Keulen, Christine; Loneux, Michèle ULg et al

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See detailLe tétras lyre dans les Hautes-Fagnes : quarante ans de suivis – dix ans d’actions.
Poncin, Pascal ULg; Keulen, Ch.; Loneux, Michèle ULg et al

Article for general public (2007)

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See detailGlobal climate warming and decline of the Black Grouse in western Europe: Are predictions reliable?
Loneux, Michèle ULg

in Journal of Ornithology (2006, August), 147(5, Suppl. 1), 203

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See detailTropical insects in collection at the University of Liège Museum of Zoology: a first approach
Loneux, Michèle ULg; Grogna, Philippe; Govers, Aurélie et al

in Segers, Hendrik; Desmet, P.; Baus, Erika (Eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd GBIF Science Symposium - Tropical Biodiversity: Science, Data, Conservation (2006)

The University of Liège Museum of Zoology holds some large and not well-known insect collections, which are still very well preserved, due to the work of famous entomologists and curators such as Fritz ... [more ▼]

The University of Liège Museum of Zoology holds some large and not well-known insect collections, which are still very well preserved, due to the work of famous entomologists and curators such as Fritz Carpentier and Noël Magis. Insects from tropical areas are very well presented in these collections and were collected all around the world. The expedition of Edouard van Beneden in Brazil (in company of two entomologists) provided numerous specimens, mainly Coleoptera. More than 8,500 insects were sent from Paraguay by the Estacion Entomologica ‘FABRE’ and are still preserved in the original mailing boxes. Due to investment of the University in cooperation projects with some African countries, numerous insects (mainly Lepidoptera and Coleoptera) were collected there between 1900 and 1990. The main source of exotic insect specimens is the “Léon Candèze’s collection of Lepidoptera from around the world”, which comprimes more than 9,500 specimens. A first inventory, which digitized all genera and families present in this collection, showed it contains at least five systematic types. However, the aforesaid collections need an in depth study from researchers interested in the genera and species they concern. Even though not every insect specimen is recorded in the handwritten registers or the collection database, the well- organised depositories allow finding them easy, and any request of study would be welcome. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Castelnau's fish collection and watercolour notebooks
Loneux, Michèle ULg

in Segers, Hendrik; Desmet, P.; Baus, Erika (Eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd GBIF Science Symposium - Tropical Biodiversity: Science, Data, Conservation (2006)

In 1865, Jean-Theodore Lacordaire (professor of natural sciences at the University of Liège) purchased more than thousand specimens collected by the famous explorer ‘Comte de Castelnau’. Castelnau (London ... [more ▼]

In 1865, Jean-Theodore Lacordaire (professor of natural sciences at the University of Liège) purchased more than thousand specimens collected by the famous explorer ‘Comte de Castelnau’. Castelnau (London 1812 – Melbourne 1880) travelled around the world being both explorer and diplomat. His most famous trip was the crossing of South America from Mato Gross to Peru, coming back by the Amazon. He discovered and described several species. The specimens collected by Castelnau present at the Museum of Zoology include mainly birds and fishes. One of the fish specimens is labelled as Chrysophrys nasutus type and is probably the (holo)type specimen for Cymatoceps nasutus. The fish specimens were accompanied by five original watercolour notebooks, showing coloured fish-drawings made by the collector at the catch moment. Despite the fact that some of the paintings were used in the past to restore the colours of the naturalised fishes, further research on the relations between the collection and the notebooks should be made. [less ▲]

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See detailThe tropical birds preserved at the University of Liège Museum of Zoology
Loneux, Michèle ULg

in Segers, Hendrik; Desmet, P.; Baus, Erika (Eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd GBIF Science Symposium - Tropical Biodiversity: Science, Data, Conservation (2006)

According to the list of the ‘Threatened bird of the world’, most of the threatened bird species live in tropical areas, notably South America and South East Asia. The University of Liège Museum of ... [more ▼]

According to the list of the ‘Threatened bird of the world’, most of the threatened bird species live in tropical areas, notably South America and South East Asia. The University of Liège Museum of Zoology holds numerous birds from these tropical areas, collected and purchased during the 19th century. This contribution is an inventory of the tropical bird species preserved in collections and lists the specimens which belong to the threatened or extinct species. [less ▲]

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See detailThe tropical collections of the University of Liège Museum of Zoology: diversity, database and access.
Loneux, Michèle ULg

in Segers, Hendrik; Desmet, P.; Baus (Eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd GBIF Science Symposium, Brussels 18-19 April 2005 - Tropical Biodiversity: Science, Data, Conservation. (2006)

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See detailFactors affecting black grouse numbers : an overview of the part of predators. European conference, black grouse endangered species,
Loneux, Michèle ULg; Kolb, Karl-Heinz; Ruwet, Jean-Claude et al

in PLUMMER, Ron (Ed.) European Conference 'Cynhadledd Ceiliog Y Rhos' Black Grouse Endangered Species (2005, December)

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See detailModelling the climate effect on Black Grouse Population Dynamic in Rhön Biopshere Reserve
Loneux, Michèle ULg; Kolb, Karl-Heinz; Lindsey, James ULg

in Plummer, Ron (Ed.) Black Grouse Endangered Species (2005, December)

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See detailModelling the Influence of Climate on Black Grouse Population Dynamics in Lüneburger Heide (North Germany)
Loneux, Michèle ULg; Lütkepohl, Manfred; Wübbenhorst, Jann et al

in PLUMMER, Ron (Ed.) European Conference Black Grouse Endangered species (2005, December)

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