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The Bionomics of Leafhoppers
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Evidence for co-evolution of leafhoppers in the genus Dalbulus (Cicadellidae: Homoptera) with maize and its ancestors.
The corn leafhopper, Dalbulus maidis (Delong & Wolcott) and the “Mexican corn leafhopper”, D. elimatus (Ball) were collected from the perennials Zea diploperennis Iltis, Doebley & Guzman, Z. perennisExpand
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Studies on Neotropical leafhoppers (Homoptera: Cicadellidae)
The following 17 new Neotropical Cicadellidae species are described: Portanus inflatus n. sp. (Peru), Egenus triplehorni n. sp. (Brazil), E. gracillimus n. sp. (Brazil), Scaphytopius lineus n. sp.Expand
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New species of Leafhoppers from Central and South America (Homoptera: Cicadellidae, Deltocephalinae, Neobalinae, Xestocephalinae)
The following new leafhopper species from South America are described: subfamily Deltocephalinae: Scaphytopius (Cloanthanus) pallescens n.sp. (Bolivia), S. (C.) thea n.sp. (Brazil), ReventazoniaExpand
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Three Closely Related New Genera and Five New Species of Short-Winged Chilean Leafhoppers (Homoptera: Cicadellidae)
Three new genera (Kramerana, Virganana, and Aequcephalus) of the subfamily Deltocephalinae and 5 new species (Kramerana linnavuorii n.sp., K. mella n.sp., Virganana herbida n.sp. V. maculata n.sp.,Expand
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The Amino Acids Required for Egg Production in Aedes aegypti
Since the monumental work of Rose (1938) on the essential amino acids for growth in the rat, similar studies have been made on other vertebrates. It has been shown that most of these animals have theExpand
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