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Sexual selection, sexual size dimorphism and Rensch’s rule in Odonata
Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) exhibit a range of sexual size dimorphism (SSD) that includes species with male‐biased (males > females) or female‐biased SSD (males < females) and speciesExpand
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A faunal study of Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) from one region with tropical dry forest in Mexico: Sierra de San Javier, Sonora
Abstract We present the results of a faunal study of cerambycids from San Javier, Sonora, a locality in México with tropical dry forest. The study was carried out between November, 2003 and October,Expand
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A Faunal Study of Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) from One Region with Tropical Dry Forest in México: San Buenaventura, Jalisco
The results of a study of the fauna of cerambycids of the tropical dry forest of San Buenaventura, Jalisco, México are presented. The study was carried out between November, 1996 and October, 1997.Expand
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Diversity of the Family Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) of the Tropical Dry Forest of Mexico, I. Sierra de Huautla, Morelos
Abstract The cerambycid fauna of the tropical dry forest of the Sierra of Huautla, Morelos, Mexico, is described. Collections were made between November 1995 and October 1996, during 5 d of everyExpand
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Morphological variability and evaluation of taxonomic characters in the genus Erythemis Hagen, 1861 (Odonata: Libellulidae: Sympetrinae).
Erythemis Hagen, 1861 (Odonata: Libellulidae: Sympetrinae) is a Neotropical genus with ten species in which morphological characters vary widely. The aim of this paper is to study the taxonomicExpand
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Allometry of Male Grasping Apparatus in Odonates Does Not Suggest Physical Coercion of Females
Male abdominal grasping apparatus that are used to secure a female prior, during and after mating, are widespread in arthropods. The scarce evidence regarding its selective regime suggests that theyExpand
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Campanian terrestrial arthropods from the Cerro del Pueblo Formation, Difunta Group in northeastern Mexico
The Campanian assemblage of arthropods from the Cerro del Pueblo Formation in northeastern Mexico display some primitive characteristics. It consists of a small spider, a dragonfly assigned to theExpand
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Odonata de un bosque tropical caducifolio: sierra de San Javier, Sonora, México
A faunistic survey of the Odonata from San Javier, Sonora, was undertaken during 7 months between November 2003 and October 2004. A total of 1012 specimens were collected belonging to 7 families, 27Expand
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A synopsis of the genus Amphipteryx Selys 1853 (Odonata: Amphipterygidae)
The Mesoamerican damselfly genus Amphipteryx includes one already described and three more undescribed species: Amphipteryx agrioides, Selys 1853, A. chiapensis (Mexico, Chiapas, 5 mi E Rayon), A.Expand
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Argia mayi, a new species from México (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae)
A new species of Argia is illustrated and described from material collected in the states of Colima, Guerrero, Jalisco, Michoacán, Morelos and Oaxaca, México. Argia mayi n. sp. is morphologicallyExpand
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