2 edition of systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera:Miridae) found in the catalog.
systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera:Miridae)
Written in English
|Statement||by Gerasimos Cassis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 389 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||389|
Within the genus Macrolophus (Heteroptera: Miridae), the species M. costalis (Fieber), M. melanotoma (Costa) and M. pygmaeus (Rambur) are present in the Mediterranean region on a wide variety of plant species. While M. costalis can easily be separated from the other two by the black tip at the scutellum, M. pygmaeus and M. melanotoma are cryptic species, extremely similar to one another in. MATERIAL Y METODOS Identificacion de E. varians. Los ejemplares se recolectaron de plantas de tomate, Solanum lycopersicum L., en un invernadero del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias y Forestales (IIAF) de la Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo (UMSNH) ubicado en Tarimbaro (19[grados]46'" N, [grados]08'"W, msnm), Michoacan, Mexico.
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Taxonomy Browse Info Images Links Books Data: » Cimicomorpha» Miroidea» Plant Bugs (Miridae)» Bryocorinae» Dicyphini» Dicyphus. A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae) By Cassis, Gerasimos Oregon State University, Cite: with citation markup [cite] PhD Dissertation.
A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae Reuter (Heteroptera: Hiridae) resulted in a redefinition of the subfamily and included genera) and a revision of the genus Dicyphus Fieber in the Western Hemisphere.
The study entailed examination of ab specimens, including numerous noudicyphine, cimicomorphan taxa to assess character Cited by: A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera:Miridae).
Abstract. Graduation date: Presentation date: A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae Reuter (Heteroptera: Hiridae) resulted in a redefinition of the subfamily and included genera) and a revision of the\ud genus Dicyphus Fieber in the Western Hemisphere. Cassis G,A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae),Book Chapters.
Cassis G; Laffan SW; Ebach M,'Biodiversity and bioregionalisation perspectives on the historical biogeography of Australia'. A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae). Schuh, R.T. On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae).
UNSW Sydney NSW Australia Telephone +61 2 Authorised by Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) UNSW CRICOS Provider Code: G ABN: 57 — Systematic Entomology 3 – Namyatova A.A., Konstantinov F.V.
& Cassis G., Phylogeny and systematics of the subfamily Bryocorinae based on morphology with emphasis on the tribe Dicyphini sensu Schuh, A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae) A new key to Paracalocoris with descriptions of eight new species (Hemiptera, Miridae) New genera and species of conifer-inhabiting phylinae plant bugs from North America (Heteroptera: Miridae).
Subsequent to my PhD I worked for CSIRO for four years and wrote a book on Australian dung beetles. From to I worked at the Australian Museum, and was the Head of its Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Research. Cassis G,A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae), Cassis G, A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae).
PhD Dissertation, Oregon State University, Corvallis. Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA: University Microfilms International. El-Arnaouty SA, Kortam MN, First record of the mired predatory species, Nesidiocoris tenuis Reuter (Heteroptera: Miridae) on the tomato.
Cassis G. () A systematic study of the subfamily Dicyphinae (Heteroptera: Miridae). PhD Dissertation. Oregon State University, Corvallis.
University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor 1 – A comprehensive morphological and anatomical study was carried out on seeds of 28 species from three tribes and eight genera of subfamily Helleboroideae (Aconitum, Actaea, Caltha, Cimicifuga, Delphinium, Eranthis, Megaleranthis and Trollius) and two putatively related genera in Ranunculaceae (Adonis and Ranunculus) using scanning electron and light microscopy to evaluate seed characteristics.
By Frank D. Parker, Published on 01/01/ Title. On the subfamily Astatinae, with a systematic study of the genus Astata of America North of Mexico (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae).
The higher classification of the mirid subfamily Bryocorinae has received comparatively little attention. It is not highly species-rich in comparison with other mirid subfamilies but does exhibit extraordinary morphological heterogeneity.
In this work we provide a synthesis of the subfamily on a global basis, providing a new key and updated diagnoses of supraspecific taxa. Five tribes are. The intrageneric relationships of the pampatheriid genus Scirrotherium and its affinities with supposedly related genera Kraglievichia and Holmesina a.
A detailed description of the juvenile thallus and male, female, and tetrasporangiate reproductive structures is given for the red alga Leveillea jungermannioides (Hering et Martens) Harvey (subfamily Polyzonieae, family Rhodomelaceae). Morphological evidence is presented to support the systematic position of the genus Leveillea and to indicate affinities with the genera Polyzonia and.
A systematic study is presented on the physical and photophysical properties of isoelectronic and isostructural Cu, Ag, and Au complexes with a common amide (N-carbazolyl) and two different carbene ligands (i.e., CAAC = (5R,6S)(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)isopropyl-3,3,9-trimethylazaspirodecanylidene, MAC = 1,3-bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)-5,5-dimethylketo.
We studied the systematics of the subfamily Limenitidinae (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) using molecular methods to reconstruct a robust phylogenetic hypothesis.
The molecular data matrix comprised Limenitidinae species, four outgroups, aligned nucleotide sites using up to 18 genes per species of which seven genes (CycY, Exp1, Nex9, PolII, ProSup, PSb and UDPG6DH) have not. Systematic revision of the subfamily Neitheinae, Pectinidae-Bivalvia-Mollusca, of the European Cretaceous.
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[Donald R Davis; Museum of Natural History (U.S.)] -- The primary aim of the present study is to provide a modern, systematic treatment for all members of the subfamily. It is also the author's intention to summarized all previous information on the.All National Insect Week Collection articles are FREE to read.
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