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A methodological approach to the use of terrestrial invertebrates for the assessment of alluvial wetlands
We review progress toward developing a data-analysis system using invertebrate species lists in wetland evaluation procedures. Species lists for Mollusca, Carabidae (Coleoptera), Empidoidea andExpand
Characterization of a nucleopolyhedrovirus from the vapourer moth, Orgyia antiqua (Lepidoptera Lymantriidae).
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Transmission electron microscopy revealed that the virus nucleocapsid rods were singly enveloped in the polyhedron inclusion body (PIB) so that theirus is assigned to the SNPV subgenus of the Baculoviridae. Expand
THE SYRPH THE NET DATABASE OF EUROPEAN SYRPHIDAE ( DIPTERA ) , PAST , PRESENT AND FUTURE
Development of the Syrph the Net (StN) database began in 1990. From the beginning, the primary objective was to produce a predictive tool, to aid in evaluation of the biodiversity maintenanceExpand
Knowledge representation using fuzzy coded variables: an example based on the use of Syrphidae (Insecta, Diptera) in the assessment of riverine wetlands
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Fuzzy-coding of ecological traits is highlighted as being a valuable tool in this data-analysis system because it allows a quick and standardized transcription of the experts' knowledge about groups of species and encapsulates the flexibility of some of the species traits. Expand
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