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ACOUSTIC SIGNALS IN THE HOMOPTERA: Behavior, Taxonomy, and Evolution
The use of acoustic signals in communication, both within and between species, occurs widely in the Insecta (2, 35, 36). The loud airborne sounds of many groups of Orthoptera and of the large cicadasExpand
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Species :the units of biodiversity
Practical approaches to species concepts for living organisms. Viral species. Towards a practical species concept for cultivable bacteria. Species in practice: exploring uncultured prokaryoteExpand
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Variation in courtship signals and hybridization between geographically definable populations of the rice Brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stål)
Populations of Nilaparvata lugens from 18 geographically defined and widely distributed regions in Asia and Australasia were maintained in the laboratory on growing rice plants. Crosses between someExpand
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Chromosome variation in British populations of Oncopsis (Hemiptera:Cicadellidae)
The British species of Oncopsis fall into two groups with respect to male karyotype. Four species—O. avallanae, O. carpini and O. subangulata, together with an undescribed new species close toExpand
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Insect Sounds and Communication: Physiology, Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution
GENERAL ASPECTS OF INSECT SOUNDS Insect Sounds and Communication - An Introduction, M. Claridge Sound and Techniques in Sound Analysis, E. Eliopoulos The Auditory-Vibratory Sensory System inExpand
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Variation in hostplant relations and courtship signals of weed‐associated populations of the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (Stål), from Australia and Asia: a test of the recognition species
Populations of the morphological species, Nilaparvata lugens (Stal), were found to breed and feed on the grass, Leersia hexandra Schwartz, at six sites in Queensland, Australia. They differ fromExpand
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The species in mammals.
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Handbook for the identification of leafhoppers and planthoppers of rice.
Rice is the most important cereal grown in tropical countries and sapsucking leafhoppers and planthoppers (Homoptera: Auchenorryncha) reduce yields either by direct feeding or by transmitting virusExpand
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