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The present catalogue contains 1,611 valid genera, 678 valid subgenera, 15,407 valid species, 1,042 valid subspecies and 9,381 names of invalid or nomenclaturally unavailable species-group orExpand
Technical reclamations are wasting the conservation potential of post-mining sites. A case study of black coal spoil dumps
Despite the increasing evidence that post-mining sites often provide biodiversity refuges in anthropogenically impacted landscapes, thus offering valuable analogues of natural habitats, technocraticExpand
Are EU Funds a Corruption Risk? The Impact of EU Funds on Grand Corruption in Central and Eastern Europe
The paper explores the impact of EU funds on institutionalised grand corruption in public procurement during 2009-2012 in three countries: Czech Republic, Hungary, and Slovakia. We analyse a uniqueExpand
Developmental Database for Phenology Models: Related Insect and Mite Species have Similar Thermal Requirements
ABSTRACT Two values of thermal requirements, the lower developmental threshold (LDT), that is, the temperature at which development ceases, and the sum of effective temperatures, that is, day degreesExpand
The role of transgenerational effects in adaptation of clonal offspring of white clover (Trifolium repens) to drought and herbivory
Environmentally induced transgenerational effects can increase success of offspring and thereby be adaptive if offspring experience conditions similar to the parental environment. The ecological andExpand
Spatial and temporal changes in the abundance and compostion of ladybird (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) communities.
Because of their services to agriculture most ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) are intensively studied predators of mainly phytophagous pests. The study of the long-term variation in theExpand
Descriptions of larvae of the tribe Hyperini ( Coleoptera : Curculionidae ) : I . Mature larvae of the nominotypical subgenus
Descriptions of mature larvae of nine species of the nominotypical subgenus Hypera Germar, 1817 are given: larvae of H. denominanda (Capiomont, 1868), H. jucunda (Capiomont, 1868), H. venustaExpand
Credit Support for Export: Robust Evidence from the Czech Republic
The topic of this paper is quite a novel one – it is one of few empirical academic papers dealing with export credit. Moreover, it is the first analysis of this kind which focuses on transitionExpand
Invasive Insects Differ from Non-Invasive in Their Thermal Requirements
We tested whether two basic thermal requirements for insect development, lower developmental thresholds, i.e. temperatures at which development ceases, and sums of effective temperatures, i.e.Expand
Large differences in the composition of herbivore communities and seed damage in diploid and autotetraploid plant species
Herbivory is one of the key interactions affecting plant fitness. Despite the large amount of data available on the effects of herbivores on various plant groups, we still know very littleExpand