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The function and phylogenetic implications of the tentorium in adult Neuroptera (Insecta).
Despite several recent analyses on the phylogeny of Neuroptera some questions still remain to be answered. In the present analysis we address these questions by exploring a hitherto unexploredExpand
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Head morphology of Osmylus fulvicephalus (Osmylidae, Neuroptera) and its phylogenetic implications
External and internal head structures of Osmylus fulvicephalus were examined and described in detail. Exo- and endoskeleton, musculature, elements of the central nervous system and tracheae areExpand
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Head anatomy of adult Sisyra terminalis (Insecta: Neuroptera: Sisyridae)--functional adaptations and phylogenetic implications.
The external and internal head anatomy of Sisyra terminalis is described in detail and compared with data from literature. A salivary pump consisting of a peculiar reservoir and a hitherto unknownExpand
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The first holistic SEM study of Coniopterygidae (Neuroptera) - structural evidence and phylogenetic implications
Adults of two coniopterygid species, Aleuropteryx juniperi Ohm, 1968 (Aleuropteryginae) and Semidalis aleyrodiformis (Stephens, 1836) (Coniopteryginae), were studied using scanning electronExpand
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Head anatomy of adult Coniopteryx pygmaea: Effects of miniaturization and the systematic position of Coniopterygidae (Insecta: Neuroptera).
External and internal head structures of adult Coniopteryx pygmaea Enderlein, 1906, one of the smallest known lacewings, are described in detail for the first time. Possible effects ofExpand
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The sister group of Aculeata (Hymenoptera) - evidence from internal head anatomy, with emphasis on the tentorium
The Aculeata comprises some of the best known Hymenoptera. Traditionally, their sister group has been considered to be the Ichneumonoidea; however, recent phylogenetic analyses contradict thisExpand
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On the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Philippine Islands: II. The genus Forelophilus KUTTER, 1931
Two new ant species from the Philippines, Forelophilus stefanschoedli sp. nov. and Forelophilus philippinensis sp. nov., are described, illustrated and compared with the type species, ForelophilusExpand
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Baltorussus Total Makeover: Rejuvenation and Sex Change in an Ancient Parasitoid Wasp Lineage
The Orussidae is a small and rare but phylogenetically important family of parasitoid wasps. The fossil record of the family is also very poor. Baltorussus velteni was described from Baltic amberExpand
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Small, but oh my! Head morphology of adult Aleuropteryx spp. and effects of miniaturization (Insecta: Neuroptera: Coniopterygidae).
We present the first morphological study of the internal head structures of adults of the coniopterygid genus Aleuropteryx, which belong to the smallest known lacewings. The head is ventrally closedExpand
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A Natural Monument for Ciliated Protozoai The Ephemeral Krauthügel Pond in the Town of Salzburg Foissner Wilhelml
Volume Andreas Kroh, Björn Berning, Elisabeth Haring, Mathias Harzhause[ Helmut Sattmann, Julia Walochnik, Dominique Zimmermann & Martin Zuschin (Eds.) NOBIS Austria Vienna, 20L3 Morphology,Expand