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Evaluation of efficiency of Schoenly trap for collecting adult sarcosaprophagous dipterans.
Communities of adult sarcosaprophagous dipterans were evaluated using both Schoenly traps (BST) baited with rabbit carcasses and the traditional forensic methodology (TradC) in the Sabana de Bogotà,Expand
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Genome-wide SNPs resolve phylogenetic relationships in the North American spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) species complex.
High throughput sequencing technologies have revolutionized the potential to reconcile incongruence between gene and species trees, and numerous approaches have been developed to take advantage ofExpand
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Diversification shifts in leafroller moths linked to continental colonization and the rise of angiosperms
Tectonic dynamics and niche availability play intertwined roles in determining patterns of diversification. Such drivers explain the current distribution of many clades, whereas events such as theExpand
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Diversidad biológica y cultural del sur de la Amazonia colombiana
La gran cuenca amazonica compartida por Brasil, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, Ecuador y las tres Guyanas, contiene una de las mayores riquezas biologicas y culturales del planeta y esExpand
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Sequestration of Aristolochic Acid I from Aristolochia pilosa by Mapeta xanthomelas Walker, 1863
Sequestration of secondary plant chemicals and brightly colored bodies occur in a number of unpalatable insects. The utilization of toxic plant chemicals has been proposed as a strategy of chemicalExpand
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DIVERSIDAD DE ESCARABAJOS COPR"FAGOS (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) EN UN BOSQUE DE GALER˝A CON TRES ESTADIOS DE ALTERACI"N
In a gallery forest in the oriental flat lands of Meta-Colombia, dung beetles associated to three sections inside a forest with different times of alteration by deforestation (50, 5 and 1 year) wereExpand
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Dinámica estacional de la estructura trófica de un ensamblaje de Coleoptera en la Amazonia Colombiana
To understand the different patterns of seasonal variation in the trophic structure of coleopteran assemblages, a study was conducted in the Colombian Amazon, over three consecutive years in wet andExpand
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Convergent herbivory on conifers by Choristoneura moths after boreal forest formation.
Mitogenomes are useful markers for phylogenetic studies across a range of taxonomic levels. Here, we focus on mitogenome variation across the tortricid moth genus Choristoneura and particularly theExpand
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