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Confirmation of Anopheles (Anopheles) calderoni Wilkerson, 1991 (Diptera: Culicidae) in Colombia and Ecuador through molecular and morphological correlation with topotypic material.
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Examination of museum specimens at the University of the Valle, Colombia, revealed the presence of An.
Effects of Larval Density and Feeding Rates on the Bioconversion of Vegetable Waste Using Black Soldier Fly Larvae Hermetia illucens (L.), (Diptera: Stratiomyidae)
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The results show that both variables have a significant influence on the bioconversion process, with larval density the most influential element.
Global population genetic structure and demographic trajectories of the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens
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The dynamic population genetic history of a cosmopolitan dipteran of South American origin shaped by striking geographic patterns is document, which reflects both ancient dispersal routes, and stochastic and heterogeneous anthropogenic introductions during the last century leading to pronounced diversification of worldwide structure.
Genetic diversity and population structure of Anastrepha striata (Diptera: Tephritidae) in three natural regions of southwestern Colombia using mitochondrial sequences
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The Western Andes are not an effective barrier for the genetic isolation of the populations from the Pacific Coast compared with the inter-Andean valley populations and genetic homogeneity could be partially due to anthropogenic intervention, which acts as a dispersal agent of infested fruits.
A new species of Steleops Enderlein, and a Colombian record of S. pulcher New (Psocodea: ‘Psocoptera’: Psocidae)
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The forewings and antennae are sexually dimorphic, and the head pattern of coloration, as well as the genital structure, separates Steleops buitrerensis n.
Parasitoids Reared from Species of Anastrepha (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Valle Del Cauca, Colombia
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Parasitoids associated with 8 species of Anastrepha were recovered from host fruits that belonged to 9 species of plants in the Cauca Valley, Colombia, and the most common parasitoid was Doryctobracon zeteki.
Five new species of the genus Euplocania Enderlein (Psocodea, ‘Psocoptera’, Psocomorpha, Ptiloneuridae) from Colombia
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Five new species of Euplocania from Colombia belonging in four species groups are described and illustrated, increasing to 22 the number of species described in the genus.
Genetic diversity and population structure of Anastrepha obliqua in southwestern Colombia
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This study is the first to provide an understanding of the population dynamics of A. obliqua in Colombia, which may ultimately contribute to strategies, such as sterile insect technique (SIT), for the management of the pest.
Identification keys to the Anopheles mosquitoes of South America (Diptera: Culicidae). I. Introduction
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This work presents introduction and three keys to aid the identification of South American Anopheles based on the morphology of the larvae, male genitalia and adult females, with the former two keys fully illustrated.
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