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Evidence for the microbial basis of a chemoautotrophic invertebrate community at a whale fall on the deep seafloor: Bone‐colonizing bacteria and invertebrate endosymbionts
To explore the microbial basis for a remarkable macrofaunal community at the site of a whale skeleton on the seafloor of the Santa Catalina Basin, we obtained samples of whale bone, bone‐colonizingExpand
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INDEPENDENT GENE PHYLOGENIES AND MORPHOLOGY DEMONSTRATE A MALAGASY ORIGIN FOR A WIDE‐RANGING GROUP OF SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLIES
Abstract Madagascar is home to numerous endemic species and lineages, but the processes that have contributed to its endangered diversity are still poorly understood. Evidence is accumulating toExpand
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Vestimentiferan on a whale fall.
Discovery of chemosynthetic communities associated with whale bones led to the hypothesis that whale falls may serve as stepping-stones for faunal dispersal between disjunct hydrothermal vents andExpand
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Classification, nomenclature and identification of lime swallowtail butterflies: A post‐cladistic analysis (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)
Abstract The taxonomy of the five species of ‘lime swallowtails’ of the Papilio de‐moleus group (P. demoleus, P. demodocus, P. erithonioides, P. grosesmithi, and P. morondavana) is re‐examined. SixtyExpand
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Insecticidal Effects of Cyanolipids on Three Species of Stored Product Insects, European Corn Borer (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Larvae, and Striped Cucumber Beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
Seed oils of many sapindaceous plants contain substantial amounts of cyanolipids. Several of these oils stimulated aggregation of the sawtoothed grain beetle, Oryzaephilus surinamensis (L.), and theExpand
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Four independent gene phylogenies confirm the ancient relationships of Madagascar endemic species in the Papilio demoleus group (Lepidoptera, Papilionidae).
Madagascar is home to numerous endemic species and lineages, but the processes that have contributed to its endangered diversity are still poorly understood. Evidence is accumulating to demonstrateExpand
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Occurrence and significance of natural hybrids between Papilio dardanus and P.phorcas (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)
Abstract. Species can exchange genes through occasional hybridization. As a result, and contrary to some expectations, closely related species may be genetically more compatible in sympatry than inExpand
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Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) selectively disrupt serotonergic cell growth in the developing Spisula embryo.
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are ubiquitous environmental contaminants that exert neurotoxic effects during embryonic development. The present study demonstrates that early embryonic exposure toExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships of three African swallowtail butterflies, Papilio dardanus, P.phorcas and P.constantinus: A cladistic analysis (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)
Abstract. The well‐known polymorphic mimetic African papilionid butterfly, Papilio dardanus Brown, is demonstrated by cladistic analysis to form a monophyletic group (the phorcas‐group) with twoExpand
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