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Dispersal of Nezara viridula and Piezodorus guildinii Nymphs in Soybeans
Dispersal of Nezara viridula (L.) and Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood) nymphs, the 2 most abundant stink bugs in soybeans in Brazil, was studied. Results showed that they moved more along than acrossExpand
Neotropical Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) primarily in the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa. I. Falsamblesthiini (Lamiinae)
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A redescription of Bactriola vittulata Bates, 1885, herein designated as the type species of the genus, is provided and accurate data on the occurence of Saepiseuthes chilensis Thomson, 1868, in Chile is given. Expand
Neotropical Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) of the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa. III. Aerenicini (Lamiinae)
New species described: Antodice eccentrica, sp. n. and A. suturalis, sp. n., from Ecuador; Apagomerina, rubricollis, sp. n., from Brazil. New synonyms proposed: Xenonta Lane, 1970 (originallyExpand
New species of Phoebe (Hemilophini) and Amphicnaeia (Apomecynini) from South America (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae)
Six new species of Lamiinae are described: Phoebe birai sp. nov. from Bolivia, and P. magisterbira sp. nov. from Ecuador (Hemilophini); Amphicnaeia birai sp. nov. and A. martinsi sp. nov. fromExpand
Neotropical Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) of the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa. V. Onciderini (Lamiinae).
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The following new species are described in Ecuador: Lydipta humeralis, sp. Expand
Transference and new records in Neoibidionini (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae).
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Heterachthes delicatus Martins, 2009, formerly known only from Brazil (Caatinga Biome) is recorded for the first time for French Guiana (tropical moist forests). Expand
Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) of the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa. II. Calliini (Lamiinae)
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Tyrinthia scissifrons Bates, 1866, known from Brazil (AP, AM, PA, MA, MA) is recorded from Trinidad. Expand
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