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Evolution of the insects
Section 1. Diversity and Evolution: Introduction Species: their nature and number How many species of insects? Reconstructing evolutionary history Section 2. Fossil Insects: Insect fossilizationExpand
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Fossiliferous Cretaceous Amber from Myanmar (Burma): Its Rediscovery, Biotic Diversity, and Paleontological Significance
Abstract Amber from Kachin, northern Burma, has been used in China for at least a millennium for carving decorative objects, but the only scientific collection of inclusion fossils, at the NaturalExpand
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A MONOGRAPH OF THE BALTIC AMBER BEES AND EVOLUTION OF THE APOIDEA (HYMENOPTERA)
Abstract The bees found as Baltic amber inclusions are revised and the history of studies on these fossils is briefly reviewed. In total this subtropical Eocene fauna contains 36 species and 18Expand
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Distribution, abundance and survival of juvenile hermatypic corals (Scleractinia) and the importance of life history strategies in the parent coral community
The distribution and abundance of juvenile corals were examined at depths from 3 to 37 m on the reefs of Curaçao and Bonaire (Netherlands Antilles). Juveniles of Agaricia agaricites were mostExpand
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The Taxonomy of Recent and Fossil Honey Bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Apis)
This is the publisher's version, also available electronically from https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/part/29302#/summary.
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CLASSIFICATION OF THE BEE TRIBE AUGOCHLORINI (HYMENOPTERA: HALICTIDAE)
Abstract “Go to the bee, and learn how diligent she is, and what a noble work she produces, whose labors kings and private men use for their use, she is desired and honored by all, and though weak inExpand
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Termites (Isoptera): Their Phylogeny, Classification, and Rise to Ecological Dominance
Abstract Like ants, termites are entirely eusocial and have profound ecological significance in the tropics. Following upon recent studies reporting more than a quarter of all known fossil termites,Expand
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Treatise on the Isoptera of the World
ABSTRACT A comprehensive compendium on the taxonomy and biology of the 3106 living and fossil species of the worlds termites is presented, along with reviews of Isoptera morphology and evolution,Expand
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Family-Group Names for Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea)
Abstract The 173 family-group names for bees (Apoidea: Anthophila) are cataloged in chronological order. For each name the correct author, date, type genus, and combining stem are provided. TheExpand
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Primitive New Ants in Cretaceous Amber from Myanmar, New Jersey, and Canada (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
Abstract New information is provided on the oldest fossil ants (Formicidae), including the description of a new species of †Sphecomyrma (†Sphecomyrminae), a new genus of sphecomyrmines, a new genusExpand
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