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The Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis Miller and Allen) is a federally-endangered species distributed across the eastern United States.
Carex sodalis Saporta [FS] in Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Botanique, 7: 77 (1889)
An adaptation for aggressive behavior was also assumed for Gnathoclita sodalis Brunner von Wattenwyl 1895 (Montealegre & Morris 1995).
Clustering behavior of hibernating Myotis sodalis in Missouri.
Las moscas tsetse poseen un simbionte cultivable, la bacteria Sodalis glossinidus.
Vespertilionidae [(Myotis leibii (Audubon and Bachman, 1842), Myotis sodalis (Miller and Allen, 1928); Pipistrellus aegypticus (Tomas, 1902), pipistrellus kuhlii (Kuhl, 1819)]
Data for the tsetse fly secondary endosymbiont Sodalis glossinidius (Toh et at, 2006) and the aphid secondary endosymbionts Serratia symbiotica (Burke and Moran, 2011), Regiella insecticola (Degnan et al.
cinnamominus Mariana crow Corvus kubaryi Laysan duck Anas laysanensis Indiana bat Myotis sodalis island fox Urocyon littoralis kit fox Vulpes macrotis Mexican wolf Canis lupus baileyi Mississippi sandhill crane Grus canadensis pulla mountain yellow-legged frog Rana muscosa Peregrine falcon Falco peregrinus San Clemente Island Lanius ludovicianus meamsi loggerhead shrike San Francisco garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis tetrataenia sea otter Enhydra lutris
1) On the historiographical framing of communism and the difficulties regarding its condemnation as a political regime, see Radu Preda, Comunismul: O modernitate esuata [Communism: A Failed Modernity], Theologia Sodalis 5, Eikon, Cluj-Napoca (2009) (in Romanian).
Scientists from the US, Europe, Israel, and Australia review the biology of these symbionts, including Proteobacteria like Sodalis and Wigglesworthia in tsetse flies and Stammerula and other bacteria in fruit flies, and Bacteroidetes like Blattabacterium and Cardinium.