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A Gross Anatomy Ontology for Hymenoptera
Hymenoptera is an extraordinarily diverse lineage, both in terms of species numbers and morphotypes, that includes sawflies, bees, wasps, and ants. These organisms serve critical roles as herbivores,Expand
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Attraction of the Bark Beetle Parasitoid Roptrocerus xylophagorum (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) to Host-Associated Olfactory Cues
Abstract Studies were conducted to identify host location cues used by Roptrocerus xylophagorum (Ratzeburg), a larval/pupal parasitoid of bark beetles. In Y-tube olfactometer bioassays, female R.Expand
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Finding Our Way through Phenotypes
Imagine if we could compute across phenotype data as easily as genomic data; this article calls for efforts to realize this vision and discusses the potential benefits.
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Revision of the Oriental genera of Agathidinae (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) with an emphasis on Thailand and interactive keys to genera published in three different formats
Th e genera of Oriental Agathidinae are revised and a fully illustrated dichotomous key is presented. New generic concepts are proposed for Bassus Fabricius, 1804 and Hypsostypos Baltazar, 1963.Expand
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A hymenopterists' guide to the Hymenoptera Anatomy Ontology: Utility, clarification, and future directions
Abstract Hymenoptera exhibit an incredible diversity of phenotypes, the result of ~240 million years of evolution and the primary subject of more than 250 years of research. Here we describe theExpand
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On Dorsal Prothoracic Appendages in Treehoppers (Hemiptera: Membracidae) and the Nature of Morphological Evidence
A spectacular hypothesis was published recently, which suggested that the “helmet” (a dorsal thoracic sclerite that obscures most of the body) of treehoppers (Insecta: Hemiptera: Membracidae) isExpand
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Data publication and dissemination of interactive keys under the open access model ZooKeys working example
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We propose a model of publication, citation and dissemination of interactive keys and other online keys based on character-taxon matrices. Expand
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Areas of endemism in the Nearctic: a case study of 1339 species of Miridae (Insecta: Hemiptera) and their plant hosts
Areas of endemism are essential first hypotheses in investigating historical biogeography, but there is a surprising paucity of such hypotheses for the Nearctic region. Miridae, the plant bugs, areExpand
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Accelerating the Digitization of Biodiversity Research Specimens through Online Public Participation
A goal of the biodiversity research community is to digitize the majority of the one billion specimens in US collections by 2020. Meeting this ambitious goal requires increased collaboration andExpand
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