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Phylogenetics and Ecology: As Many Characters as Possible Should Be Included in the Cladistic Analysis 1
As many data as possible must be included in any scientific analysis, provided that they follow the logical principles on which this analysis is based. Phylogenetic analysis is based on the basicExpand
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Altitudinal, temporal and trophic partitioning of flower-visitors in Alpine communities
The cross-pollination of most alpine plants depends on insects, whose altitudinal distribution is limited by temperature. However, although global warming is causing shifts in temporal and spatialExpand
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Regular ArticlePhylogenetics and Ecology: As Many Characters as Possible Should Be Included in the Cladistic Analysis☆
As many data as possible must be included in any scientific analysis, provided that they follow the logical principles on which this analysis is based. Phylogenetic analysis is based on the basicExpand
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The subgenus Xanthempis : New species and taxonomical data (Diptera : Empididae)
Le sous-genre Xanthempis: nouvelles especes et donnees taxinomiques (Diptera: Empididae). - Six especes nouvelles appartenant au sous-genre Xanthempis du genre Empis sont decrites d'Europe et d'AsieExpand
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Extreme male leg polymorphic asymmetry in a new empidine dance fly (Diptera: Empididae)
A new dance fly (Empididae: Empidinae) with hugely modified male fore tarsus, either on the right, left, both or neither sides, is described from Japan. Such massive polymorphic asymmetry occurringExpand
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Organization, usefulness and limitations of an ATBI (All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory): the inventory of terrestrial invertebrates in the Mercantour National Park
ABSTRACT We present here the objectives, organization and preliminary results of the invertebrate inventory of the Mercantour National Park (“Terrestrial Invertebrates Module” of the ATBIExpand
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A new Microphorites in the Lower Cretaceous amber of the Southwest of France (Diptera: Dolichopodidae, “Microphorinae”)
Abstract A new deposit of Lower Cretaceous amber, found in Charente-Maritime (SW France) has yielded an important entomofauna with numerous arthropod associations characteristic of moist ground. WeExpand
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The Muscidae (Diptera) of New Caledonia
The Muscidae of New Caledonia are reviewed. A key for the identification of genera and species is given, together with diagnoses, descriptions and illustrations. The revision is based on literatureExpand
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Phylogenetic reappraisal and taxonomic review of the Empis (Coptophlebia) hyalipennis-group (Diptera : Empididae : Empidinae)
The Empis (Coptophlebia) hyalipennis-group is redefined, keyed, cladistically analysed and three new species, Empis doi, sp. nov., Empis pseudohystrichopyga, sp. nov. and Empis pseudovillosipes, sp.Expand
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