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ETHOLOGICAL ISOLATION AND PHYLOGENY IN THE PLANITIBIA SUBGROUP OF HAWAIIAN DROSOPHILA
  • K. Kaneshiro
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 December 1976
Spieth (1966, 1968a, 1968b) reported laboratory and field observations of the bizarre courtship behavior patterns displayed by Hawaiian drosophilids and suggested the role of ethological isolation asExpand
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Mating behavior of Mediterranean fruit flies (Diptera : Tephritidae) in a natural environment)
Systematic quantitative observations of the mating behavior of wild Mediterranean fruit flies, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) were made in a semi-isolated orchard in Kula, Maui, Hawaii. MatingsExpand
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SEXUAL ISOLATION, SPECIATION AND THE DIRECTION OF EVOLUTION
  • K. Kaneshiro
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 May 1980
Kaneshiro (1976), in his study of behavioral isolation among four species of Hawaiian Drosophila, made the observation that isolation was asymmetrical between allopatric species. That is, between anyExpand
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Evolution of sexual dimorphism in the olfactory brain of Hawaiian Drosophila
In the fruitfly, Drosophila melanogaster, mate choice during courtship depends on detecting olfactory cues, sex pheromones, which are initially processed in the antennal lobe (AL), a primaryExpand
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Flavobacterium akiainvivens sp. nov., from decaying wood of Wikstroemia oahuensis, Hawai'i, and emended description of the genus Flavobacterium.
Strain IK-1(T) was isolated from decaying tissues of the shrub Wikstroemia oahuensis collected on O'ahu, Hawai'i. Cells were rods that stained Gram-negative. Gliding motility was not observed. TheExpand
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Lek behavior of the oriental fruit fly,Dacus dorsalis, in Hawaii (Diptera: Tephritidae)
In frugivorous tephritids, the host use pattern of ovipositing females may be an important factor shaping the mating system (Prokopy, 1980; Burk, 1981). In monophagous species, males would beExpand
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Arthropod Surveys on Palmyra Atoll, Line Islands, and Insights into the Decline of the Native Tree Pisonia grandis (Nyctaginaceae)1
ABSTRACT Palmyra Atoll, in the Line Islands of the equatorial Pacific, supports one of the largest remaining native stands of Pisonia grandis forest in the tropical Pacific Ocean. In 2003, weExpand
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Sperm Attractant in the Micropyle Region of Fish and Insect Eggs1
ABSTRACT In some animals, such as fish, insects, and cephalopods, the thick egg coat has a narrow canal—a micropyle—through which spermatozoa enter the eggs. In fish, there is no indication thatExpand
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A Database of Wing Diversity in the Hawaiian Drosophila
Background Within genus Drosophila, the endemic Hawaiian species offer some of the most dramatic examples of morphological and behavioral evolution. The advent of the Drosophila grimshawi genomeExpand
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