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Systematics and Some Aspects of the Biology of the Scorpions (Arachnida) of the Greater Puerto Rico Region: A Biosystematic Synopsis
ABSTRACT: Eight new species of scorpions are briefly described for the Greater Puerto Rico Region. The new species are: Cazierius tatae (Diplocentrinae), Centruroides jorgeorum, C. mariaorum, C.Expand
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A Probable Pollination Mode Before Angiosperms: Eurasian, Long-Proboscid Scorpionflies
Long-Lost Pollinators The rise of angiosperms in the Early Cretaceous (∼140 million years ago) was accompanied by coevolution of a variety of insects, including flies, bees, and wasps required forExpand
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Paleontology of leaf beetles
The fossil record of the Chrysomelidae can be tentatively traced back to the late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic (Triassic). Mesozoic records (at least 9 subfamilies, 19 genera, and 35 species), areExpand
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Chemical signatures of fossilized resins and recent plant exudates.
Amber is one of the few gemstones based on an organic structure. Found over most of the world, it is the fossil form of sticky plant exudates called resins. Investigation of amber by modernExpand
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Characterization of Eucalyptus and Chemically Related Exudates by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Exudates from six species of the genus Eucalyptus and one of the genus Corymbia (formerly Eucalyptus), from the family Myrtaceae, have been characterized by solid-state 13C and solution 1H NMRExpand
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DISTINGUISHING AMBER AND COPAL CLASSES BY PROTON MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
Fossilized resin, or amber, has been examined from 120 worldwide sources by 1D and 2D proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in solution. These spectra fall into five categories, corresponding to theExpand
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Leaf-mining chrysomelids.
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Chromosomes of Some Puerto Rican Disonychina and Oedionychina (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Alticinae: Oedionychini): Evolutionary Implications
Bechyn6 and Springlovi de Bechyn6 (1966) divided the tribe Oedionychini into the subtribes Disonychina and Oedionychina based, mainly, on thoracic and hind tarsal structures. This classification isExpand
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