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The Evolution of Social Behavior in Insects and Arachnids: Acknowledgements
Introduction 1. Are behavioural classifications blinders to natural variation? 2. Life beneath silk walls: a review of the primitively social Embiidina 3. Post-ovulation parental investment andExpand
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The Evolution of Mating Systems in Insects and Arachnids: Sexual conflict and the evolution of mating systems
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The Evolution of Mating Systems in Insects and Arachnids: Contents
Introduction 1. Evolutionary perspectives on insect mating Richard D. Alexander, David Marshall, and John Cooley 2. Sexual selection by cryptic female choice in insects and arachnids William G.Expand
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Microhabitat selection and coexistence in feather mites (Acari: Analgoidea) on Alaskan seabirds
SummaryTwo species of feather mites, Alloptes (A.) sp. and Laronyssus martini, coexisted on the flight feathers of kittiwakes, while Alloptes (C.) sp. occurred alone on murres. All three species wereExpand
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What does Cryptocercus kyebangensis, n.sp. (Dictyoptera: Blattaria: Polyphagidae) from Korea reveal about Cryptocercus evolution? A study in morphology, molecular phylogeny, and chemistry of tergal
Abstract The description of a new species of the woodroach Cryptocercus kyebangensis Grandcolas from South Korea offers the opportunity to bring comparative information within the genus. ThisExpand
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Maternal care in Labidomera suturella Chevrolat (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Chrysomelinae) from Costa Rica
In subsocial insects one or both parents provide postovipositional parental care (Michener 1969). Parental care is the most primitive form of sociality in insects and has evolved independently inExpand
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Microhabitat preference and coexistence of ectoparasitic arthropods on Alaskan seabirds
The population structure and distribution patterns of ectoparasitic arthropods on four species of Alaskan seabirds (common murre (Uria aalge), thick-billed murre (Uria lomvia), black-legged kittiwa...
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Sexual selection and mating system in Zorotypus gurneyi Choe (Insecta: Zoraptera)
Social behavior of a species in the little-known insect order Zoraptera is described for the first time. Zorotypus gurneyi Choe (Insecta: Zoraptera) is a wing-dimorphic species that lives coloniallyExpand
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