Latest Issue - Vol.9, Issue 1, 2022

Jordan Journal of Nature History                ISSN: 2307 - 7565

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1. Complementary Information on Leiurus jordanensis Lourenço, Modry and Amr, 2002, with a Description of an Adult Male (Scorpiones: Buthidae)
Bassam Abu Afifeh, Mohammad Al-Saraireh, Zuhair S. Amr and Wilson R. Lourenço
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 11-18.
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2. Notes on Captive Breeding of Three Snake Species (Colubridae) from the Russian Far East
Nikita E. Pokhilyuk
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 19-23.
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3. On the Flora of the Northeastern Desert of Jordan
Yassen Ananbeh, Jamil Lahham, Ahmad El Oqlah, Nisreen Al-Quraan, Khaled Abulaila and Mustafa Shudiefat

Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 24-40.
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4. Four New Records of Snake Species in Ar'ar Region, Northern Border of Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Mohajja Alshammari
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 41-48.
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5. A Possible Case of Hypopigmentation in the Southern Spotted Skunk (Spilogale angustifrons celeris Hall, 1938)
José Manuel Mora and Inés Azofeifa
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 49-54.
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6. The Current Status and Population of the Threatened Bird Species in the Ahwar of Southern Iraq: Conservation and Management Approach
Mudhafar A. Salim
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 55-71.
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7. Agro-management Approaches for the Sustainability of the Biodiversity of Ancient Olive Orchards in Palestine
Ahmad Alomary, Raed Alkowni, Samer Jarrar, Banan Alsheikh and Generosa Jenny Calabrese
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 72-82.

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8. Rodents Diversity in Wadi As Sulai, Riyadh Province, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Mounir R. Abi-Said and Mohammad S. Al-Zein
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 83-88.
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9. Pin Tail Snipe (Gallinago stenura): A Rare Winter visitor In Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, India
Nizamudheen Moinudheen and Arockianathan Samson
Jordan Journal of Natural History, 9, (2022), 89-90.
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