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Medical Entomology for Students (4th Edition)
Here is a book that is quite different from those we usually review. Jo Whaley, perhaps drawing on her previous experience working in the theatre and taking inspiration from 16th and 17th centuryExpand
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Phylogenetics of advanced snakes (Caenophidia) based on four mitochondrial genes.
Phylogenetic relationships among advanced snakes (Acrochordus + Colubroidea = Caenophidia) and the position of the genus Acrochordus relative to colubroid taxa are contentious. These concerns wereExpand
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A global study of forensically significant calliphorids: implications for identification.
A proliferation of molecular studies of the forensically significant Calliphoridae in the last decade has seen molecule-based identification of immature and damaged specimens become a routineExpand
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Phylogeny, biogeography and classification of the snake superfamily Elapoidea: a rapid radiation in the late Eocene
The snake superfamily Elapoidea presents one of the most intransigent problems in systematics of the Caenophidia. Its monophyly is undisputed and several cohesive constituent lineages have beenExpand
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Field Guide to Insects of South Africa
This handsomely illustrated book has no equal as a guide to the insects of South Africa, and marks an exciting step forward for entomology in the region. It is certain to leave its mark in theExpand
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Molecular identification of some forensically important blowflies of southern Africa and Australia
Abstract.  One major aspect of research in forensic entomology is the investigation of molecular techniques for the accurate identification of insects. Studies to date have addressed the corpse faunaExpand
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Parasitism of Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera, Plutellidae): Field and laboratory observations
Investigations carried out at Alice and its rural environs in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, showed that parasitoids affecting the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera:Expand
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A fuzzy classification technique for predicting species’ distributions: applications using invasive alien plants and indigenous insects
A new predictive modelling technique called the fuzzy envelope model (FEM) is introduced. The technique can be used to predict potential distributions of organisms using presence-only localityExpand
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Forensic Entomology: The Utility of Arthropods in Legal Investigations
In the last century, the primary texts on forensic entomology were those by Smith (1986) for reference, and Catts & Haskell (1990) for teaching and training. Between their publication and that of theExpand
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Seasonal phenology of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.), (Lepidoptera : Plutellidae), and its parasitoids on canola, Brassica napus (L.), in Gauteng province, South Africa
Canola, Brassica napus L. (Brassicaceae), is a relativelynewcrop in SouthAfrica. Several insect pests, including diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae), that attackExpand
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