Biology of Pleurotropis utahensis Crawford (Eulophidae, Hymenoptera), a parasite of Cephus cinctus Norton

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Biology of Pleurotropis utahensis Crawford (Eulophidae, Hymenoptera), a parasite of Cephus cinctus NortonAuthor: Chester Lamaunt Neilson. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Pleurotus species represent a well‐defined group of Basidiomyceteous fungi of the order Agaricales and family Tricholomataceae. They are characterized by the production of fruit bodies with an eccentric stalk and a wide cap shaped like an oyster shell, Cited by: Aspects of the breeding biology of bull-headed shrikes in relation to weather conditions and timing of breeding in and were examined.

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For example, Closterocerus utahensis Crawford soon accepted the invasive citrus leaf miner Phyllocnistis citrella (e.g., Legaspi et al., ), C. mirabilis Edwards and La Salle expanded its host range in Australia by attacking invasive agromyzid species (Edwards and La Salle, ), and in Europe C.

trifasciatus Westwood adopted the exotic. Our primary objective was to experimentally characterize the breeding biology of Astragalus filipes Torrey ex.

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Abstract. The taxonomic status and delimitation of the genus Closterocerus Westwood is discussed, partly on the basis of new characters.

The following genera are synonymized with Closterocerus: Achrysocharis Girault (maintained as subgenus), Achrysocharella Girault, Cecidiophaga Erdös, Chrysocharidia Erdös, Halochariessa Erdös, Halocharis Erdös, Moserina Delucchi.

For example, Closterocerus utahensis Crawford soon accepted the invasive citrus leaf miner Phyllocnistis citrella (e.g., Legaspi et al., ), C. mirabilis Edwards and La Salle expanded its host.

Merisus mordellistenae Crawford Merisus cognatus, new species Mmsoporus chalcidiphagus ('wâis"h"â"n"d Pleurotropis benéfica Oüh&n" Pleurotropis metallicus (Nees) I""" tensive studies on the biology of various hymenopterous parasites of injurious insects.

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We also welcome data-driven meta-research articles that evaluate and aim to improve the standards of research in the. Pleura, plural pleurae, or pleuras, membrane lining the thoracic cavity (parietal pleura) and covering the lungs (visceral pleura). The parietal pleura folds back on itself at the root of the lung to become the visceral pleura.

In health the two pleurae are in contact. When the lung collapses, however, or when air or liquid collects between the two membranes, the pleural cavity or sac becomes.

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Edited By Angela E. Newton, Raymond S. Tangney. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 13 April Pub. location Boca Raton. Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Pleurotropis -- Discover Life.

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The effect of plant hariness of cotton strains on boll weevil attack. Econ. Ent. The pleurothallids represent the most species rich group within the Orchidaceae and many orchid growers have taken an interest in growing them under lights or in the greenhouse.

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Escape behavior mediated by negative photoaxis in the scorpion Paruroctonus utahensis. Journal of Arachnology Crawford, C.S. & R.C. Krehoff. Diel activity in sympatric populations of the scorpions Centruroides sculpturatus (Buthidae) and Diplocentrus spitzeri (Diplocentridae).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: 1 Part One - Basic Science Embryology and gross structure Cells in the pleural cavity Liquid and protein exchange Physiological effects of pleural air or fluid Pleural inflammation Cytokines in pleural diseases Pleural infection Pleural fibrosis Pleural reaction to mineral.Cambridge Core - Ecology and Conservation - The Ecology of Seeds - by Michael Fenner.Biology I.

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