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Diverse circular ssDNA viruses discovered in dragonflies (Odonata: Epiprocta).
Viruses with circular ssDNA genomes that encode a replication initiator protein (Rep) are among the smallest viruses known to infect both eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms. In the past few yearsExpand
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Dragonfly cyclovirus, a novel single-stranded DNA virus discovered in dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera).
Dragonfly cyclovirus (DfCyV), a new species of ssDNA virus discovered using viral metagenomics in dragonflies (family Libellulidae) from the Kingdom of Tonga. Metagenomic sequences of DfCyV wereExpand
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Anaerobic bacteria in 118 patients with deep-space head and neck infections from the University Hospital of Maxillofacial Surgery, Sofia, Bulgaria.
The aim of this study was to assess the incidence and susceptibility to antibacterial agents of anaerobic strains in 118 patients with head and neck abscesses (31) and cellulitis (87). OdontogenicExpand
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High global diversity of cycloviruses amongst dragonflies.
Members of the family Circoviridae, specifically the genus Circovirus, were thought to infect only vertebrates; however, members of a sister group under the same family, the proposed genusExpand
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Cytogenetic study of Somatochlora borisi MARINOV, 2001 (Odonata : Corduliidae), and three relative species
The recently described species Somatochlora borisi MARINOV, 2001 (Odonata: Corduliidae), combines morphological characters of two relative corduliide genera, Somatochlora and Cordulia. In the presentExpand
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An observation of leaping behaviour in larvae of Drosophilidae (Diptera)
Leaping behaviour was observed in Drosophilidae larvae discovered in tomatoes. Two species were identified based on molecular techniques---Drosophila immigrans and Scaptodrosophila kirki. Jumping hasExpand
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Fauna, Ecology, and Zoogeography of Dragonflies (Insecta: Odonata) of Bulgaria
Sixty-eight dragonfly species, belonging to 28 genera and ten families, have been reported from Bulgaria. According to their larval habitat, they are divided in two ecological complexes: rheophilousExpand
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Odonata attracted by light - a new topic for myth-busters
Six Odonata species were collected during night light trapping on the Mambilla Plateau, Taraba State Nigeria. Being predominantly diurnal insects, odonates captured in light traps have always beenExpand
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Description of the larva of Trineuragrion percostale Ris (Odonata: Megapodagrionidae) with a key to the larvae of New Caledonian genera of Megapodagrionidae
The larva of Trineuragrion percostale is described and illustrated based on an exuvia collected with the teneral female. Four more exuviae sampled without imagines are added for comparison andExpand
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