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Egg parasitoids of Homalodisca coagulata (Homoptera: Cicadellidae).
The glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca coagulata (Say), is native to the southeastern United States. It has existed in southern California since about 1990 (Sorensen & Gill 1996), and has becomeExpand
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Distance from Edge Determines Fruit-Feeding Butterfly Community Diversity in Afrotropical Forest Fragments
ABSTRACT We studied the impact of forest edges on the fruit-feeding butterfly communities of three forest remnants in Ghana, West Africa. Community diversity was assessed using traps baited withExpand
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Richness, abundance, and complementarity of fruit-feeding butterfly species in relict sacred forests and forest reserves of Ghana
Sacred forest groves in Ghana are centuries old protected areas that were once part of continuous forest cover but now mostly exist as relict forest patches embedded in an agropastoral landscape. WeExpand
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Limited erosion of genetic and species diversity from small forest patches: sacred forest groves in an Afrotropical biodiversity hotspot have high conservation value for butterflies.
Abstract Sacred forest groves are often located in some of the world's hottest hotspots of biodiversity, and consequently have high potential conservation value. Recent efforts to quantify theirExpand
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Species-specific traits predict genetic structure but not genetic diversity of three fragmented Afrotropical forest butterfly species
The Upper Guinean forests of Ghana, West Africa, are considered among the most threatened and fragmented in the world. Little is known about the genetic consequences of fragmentation on Ghana’sExpand
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The Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Louisiana: An Updated, Annotated Checklist
Abstract An annotated checklist is provided for 243 species and subspecies of bees collected from or thought to occur in the state of Louisiana, where 163 are confirmed records, 46 are probableExpand
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Richness, Abundance, and Complementarity of Fruit-feeding Butterfly Species in Relict Sacred Forests and Forest Reserves of Ghana
Sacred forest groves in Ghana are centuries old protected areas that were once part of continuous forest cover but now mostly exist as relict forest patches embedded in an agropastoral landscape. WeExpand
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Genetic architecture of host use in a widely distributed, polyphagous butterfly (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae): adaptive inferences based on comparison of spatio-temporal populations
Abstract Genetic variance-covariance structure of larval performance within and among spatio-temporal populations of the widely distributed, polyphagous tiger swallowtail butterfly, Papilio glaucus ,Expand
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