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African fig trees and fig wasps
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The Biology of Figs and Fig Wasps and the Diagnosis of the Genus Ficus L and the Pollinators (Agaoninae) are illustrated.
CO-EVOLUTION OF FIGS AND THEIR INSECT POLLINATORS
TLDR
The figs and fig wasps are interdependent; generally, their relation is strictly specific-i.e. every species of fig has its own species of pollinator wasp.
The Indo-Australian Agaoninae: Pollinators of Figs
Key to genera: Plestodonotes Eupristina Parapristina Deilagaon Waterstoniella Platyscapa Dolichoris Blastophaga Valisia Wiebesia Liporrhopalum Kradibia Ceratosolen Rothropus Strepitus.
Small Ermine Moths (Yponomeuta): Their Host Relations and Evolution
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This dissertation aims to provide a history of web exceptionalism from 1989 to 2002, a period chosen in order to explore its roots as well as specific cases up to and including the year in which descriptions of “Web 2.0” began to circulate.
The Phylogeny of the Agaonidae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea)
TLDR
The family is subdivided into the two subfamilies Agaoninae and Blastophaginae, and one complex is formed by some species hitherto classified with Blastophaga, but does not seem to exist at a higher level.
Fig wasps (Hymenoptera)
Fig wasps cannot exist by themselves. They live in a close and obligate symbiosis with the figs (Ficus) in the sycones of which they breed, each species of wasp with its own species of fig. The figs
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