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Making sense of Fulgoroidea (Hemiptera): new phylogenetic evidence
Antennal sensilla in more than 450 genera of all 21 putative families of Fulgoroidea provide characters that correlate well with other characters, including those of nymphal wax filaments and adultExpand
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THE INSECT WING, PART IV. VENATIONAL TRENDS AND THE PHYLOGENY OF THE WINGED ORDERS1
Evolutionary trends of dissimilarity between wing pairs in shape and vena tion, of fusion of vein systems, of number of anal veins, and of crossvein types are traced. It is concluded that theExpand
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Leafhoppers (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) of the Yukon: Dispersal and Endemism
The Yukon leafhopper fauna includes 145 species, of which 80 are new records; 21 other species from adjacent areas probably occur there. Most are boreal species of the Nearctic region, with aExpand
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Unraveling the Enigma of an Atlantic Prairie
Abstract The presence of inland grasslands on the Atlantic coastal plain, including an extensive “tall-grass prairie” at Hempstead Plains on Long Island, NY, remote from the “prairie peninsula”, hasExpand
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A new tribe and species of Clastopterinae (Hemiptera: Cercopoidea: Clastopteridae) from Africa, Asia and North America.
Additional evidence supports the inclusion by Hamilton (2001) of Machaerotinae in Clastopteridae. The former Clastopteridae (Clastopterinae sensu Hamilton, 2001) is revised to include Sepulliini (tr.Expand
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Judging Knowledge in the Digital Age: The Role of External-Memory Organization
Two studies examined relations between features of external-memory repositories (personal computers) and confidence in knowing. Participants judged their confidence in knowledge related to their workExpand
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Blurring boundaries: Effects of device features on metacognitive evaluations
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This study examines features of technological devices that influence evaluations of personal knowledge (i.e., knowledge "in the head"). Expand
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What We Have Learned from Shutterbugs
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The old-world Zygonini tr. nov. (Hemiptera, Cercopoidea, Clastopteridae), with new taxa from the related Machaerotinae.
Three new species of old-world Clastopteridae belonging to Machaerotinae are described, two in new monobasic genera: Allox transfigurata (Hindolini) from Borneo and Irridiculum deformatumExpand
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Neotropical spittlebugs related to Neaenini (Hemiptera, Cercopidae) and the origins of subfamily Cercopinae.
The Central American tribe Neaenini, originally comprising only the monobasic genus Neaenus Fowler, was thought to be transitional between Cercopinae and Aphrophorinae. The genus is here enlarged byExpand
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