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Gall-Bladder Myxosporea in Coral-Reef Fishes From Heron Island, Australia
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Seven new species from the gall bladder are described: Sphaerospora mayi, Ceratomyxa rohdei, Zschokkella heronensis, Cer atomyxa sprenti, Chloromyxum noblei, Sinuolinea lesteri and suppresses Myxidium bergense in favour of M. sphaericum. Expand
PRELIMINARY RESEARCH ON THE ABILITY OF DUCKS TO DISCRIMINATE ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE CHANGES *
  • P. Lehner, D. Dennis
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 December 1971
Many investigators have correlated atmospheric pressure changes with quantitative changes in the daily and seasonal activities of various animals. In particular, the intensity of bird migrations hasExpand
Pupal cases of Nearctic robber flies (Diptera: Asilidae)
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The literature on robber fly pupae published primarily since 1972 is reviewed, and pupal cases of 24 species are described for the first time, those of 13 species are redescribed, and additional comments are made on the pupal Cases of 12 other species. Expand
Hymenoptera as Prey of Robber Flies (Diptera: Asilidae) with New Prey Records
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The abundance of Hymenoptera in the insect fauna of the world is reflected in the Asilidae Predator-Prey Database and the largest number of genera and species taken as prey belong to the families Ichneumonidae and Sphecidae, respectively. Expand
ETHOLOGY OF EFFERIA CRESSONI WITH A REVIEW OF THE COMPARATIVE ETHOLOGY OF THE GENUS (DIPTERA: ASILIDAE)'
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Differences in behavior among species of Eferia are primarily those of behavior during copulation, duration of copulation and oviposition site chosen. Expand
Review and analysis of information on the biology and morphology of immature stages of robber flies (Diptera: Asilidae).
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The recent literature is compared with pertinent pre-1972 publications and there is only limited data on the eggs (potential oviposition site in soil) and pupal cases for the Phellinae and Tillobromatinae. Expand
Hemiptera (Heteroptera/Homoptera) as prey of robber flies (Diptera: Asilidae) with unpublished records.
Of the approximately 58,000 plus prey records in the Asilidae Predator-Prey Database, 9.1% are Hemiptera (3.5% Heteroptera and 5.6% Homoptera). Forty six of the 133 recognized worldwide HemipteraExpand
Descriptions of Pupae of South American Robber Flies (Diptera: Asilidae)
The pupae of four South American species of robber flies, Diogmites vulgaris Carrera, Mallophora ruficauda (Wiedemann), Mallophora sylverii Macquart, and Triorla striola (F.), are described andExpand
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