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Panbiogeography: Tracking the History of Life
1. Introduction: What is Panbiogeography? 2. Life as Geological Layer: Panbiogeography and the Earth Sciences 3. Mapping the Trees of Life: Panbiogeography, Phylogenetic Systematics and EvolutionaryExpand
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Biogeography and evolution of the Galapagos: integration of the biological and geological evidence
Biogeographic tracks are mapped for Galapagos endemics representing 25 plant and animal taxa and including organisms with good and poor means of dispersal. These patterns confirm standardExpand
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Review of the ecological and economic significance of forest Hepialidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera)
Abstract The Hepialidae are primitive moths found throughout much of the world in habitats ranging from grasslands to forests. The forest-inhabiting species are best known from South America, theExpand
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Larval feeding habits of the Hepialidae (Lepidoptera)
The host-plant relationships of the Hepialidae are discussed in relation to host range and larval tunnelling behaviour. Larvae are mostly phytophagous on live angiosperms, gymnosperms, pteridophytesExpand
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Evolution of the second orangutan: phylogeny and biogeography of hominid origins
Aim To resolve the phylogeny of humans and their fossil relatives (collectively, hominids), orangutans (Pongo) and various Miocene great apes and to present a biogeographical model for theirExpand
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Mona Lisa smile: the morphological enigma of human and great ape evolution.
  • J. Grehan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Anatomical record. Part B, New anatomist
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The science of human evolution is confronted with the popular chimpanzee theory and the earlier but largely ignored orangutan theory. The quality and scope of published documentation and verificationExpand
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The host range of Aenetus virescens (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae) and its evolution
The utilisation status of fungal and vascular plants as hosts for larvae of Aenetus virescens is presented. Larvae are recorded from the fruiting bodies of 8 wood-inhabiting fungi. Vascular plantsExpand
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Orthogenesis and Evolution
-In the panbiogeographic evolutionary synthesis, orthogenesis is referred to as a process which involves an inherent tendency to vary in certain directions, as ancestors vicariate or break apart intoExpand
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Morphological changes in the three-phase development of Aenetus virescens larvae (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae)
Abstract A larval phase of Aenetus virescens (Doubleday) morphologically distinct from the young larvae found on dead wood and fungi (litter phase) and the older larvae in live trees (tree phase) isExpand
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Larval establishment behaviour of the borer Aenetus virescens (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae) in live trees
Larval behaviour during establishment in living trees is described for Aenetus virescens. The form of the initial tunnel is compared with both preceding and subsequent larval tunnels. EstablishmentExpand
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