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Halffter's Mexican Transition zone, beetle generalized tracks, and geographical homology
Aim Halffter’s Mexican Transition Zone is a complex area in which the Neotropical and Nearctic regions overlap. We test its existence and extension through a track analysis of beetle taxa, andExpand
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Biodiversity of Mexican terrestrial arthropods (Arachnida and Hexapoda): a biogeographical puzzle
We present a general review of the knowledge on Mexican terrestrial arthropods and a set of hypotheses to help explain their biogeographic complexity, translated into biogeographic regions,Expand
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Revision of the genus Renda Blackwelder, 1952 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Xantholinini)
The genus Renda Blackwelder, 1952 is revised and redescribed. Thirteen previously described species of Renda are redescribed and twenty-one species are described as new. Renda funebris (Sharp, 1876)Expand
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Systematic Review of Heterolinus Sharp (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Xantholinini)
Abstract The genus Heterolinus Sharp, 1885 is revised, with generic redescription, description of a new species, a key to the species, remarks, illustrations, and a distributional map. HeterolinusExpand
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Systematic revision of the genera Homalolinus and Ehomalolinus (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Xantholinini)
The genera Homalolinus Sharp, 1885 and Ehomalolinus Bierig, 1934 are revised, and a cladistic analysis, a key to the species, generic redescription, description of new species, and distributionalExpand
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Biogeografía de la Zona de Transición Mexicana con base en un análisis de árboles reconciliados
Se analizaron las interrelaciones de las areas de endemismo de la Zona de Transicion Mexicana a partir de 3 propuestas de regionalizacion. Se llevo a cabo un analisis biogeografico cladisticoExpand
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Pollens collected by wild and managed populations of the potential orchard pollinator Osmia cornuta (Latr.) (Hym., Megachilidae)
Pollen samples of provisions of the potential orchard pollinator Osmia cornuta were analyzed. Bee populations studied (from NE Spain) were of 4 different origins: A. wild populations ofExpand
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Estructura y composición de los ensamblajes estacionales de coleópteros (Insecta: Coleoptera) del bosque mesófilo de montaña en Tlanchinol, Hidalgo, México, recolectados con trampas de intercepción
We described and compared Coleoptera assemblages in rainy and dry seasons in the cloud forest in Tlanchinol, Hidalgo, Mexico, based on 8 monthly samples using fl ight interception traps. AssemblagesExpand
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Fauna de escarabajos del estado de Puebla
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