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Traumatic insemination in the plant bug genus Coridromius Signoret (Heteroptera: Miridae)
In traumatic insemination, males pierce females with hypodermic genitalia and ejaculate into the body cavity rather than into the genital tract. This has resulted in the evolution of femaleExpand
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Bright turquoise as an intraspecific signal in the chameleon grasshopper (Kosciuscola tristis)
Bright colours often communicate important information between conspecifics. In sexually dichromatic species where males exhibit bright colours, two hypotheses are often invoked to explain theExpand
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Sexual coevolution in the traumatically inseminating plant bug genus Coridromius
Sexual conflict has recently been proposed as a driving force behind the rapid diversification of genitalia among sexually reproducing organisms. In traumatically inseminating insects, males stabExpand
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Traumatic insemination in terrestrial arthropods.
Traumatic insemination is a bizarre form of mating practiced by some invertebrates in which males use hypodermic genitalia to penetrate their partner's body wall during copulation, frequentlyExpand
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The Halticini of the world (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae): generic reclassification, phylogeny, and host plant associations
The plant bug tribe Halticini (Heteroptera: Miridae) is revised. The genus Coridromius Signoret, 1862 is removed from the Halticini to form the new monogeneric tribe Coridromiini. A genericExpand
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Molecular phylogeny of the Kosciuscola grasshoppers endemic to the Australian alpine and montane regions
Abstract. Diversity and speciation in Australia’s alpine biota are poorly understood. Here we present a molecular phylogeny of the Australian alpine grasshopper genus Kosciuscola (Sjösted) thatExpand
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Asymmetric reproductive isolation and interference in neriid flies: the roles of genital morphology and behaviour
The processes underlying reproductive isolation, and the traits involved, are the subject of considerable debate in evolutionary biology. Studying the costly sexual interaction of species inExpand
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Ferocious Fighting between Male Grasshoppers
Contests among individuals over mating opportunities are common across diverse taxa, yet physical conflict is relatively rare. Due to the potentially fatal consequences of physical fighting, mostExpand
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Revision of the Plant Bug Genus Coridromius Signoret (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae)
Abstract The plant bug genus Coridromius Signoret is revised. Twenty-one new species from Australia, the South Pacific, Asia and Africa are described (bicolor, boianotum, bulbopella, chenopoderis,Expand
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A remarkable new species of stone-dwelling Orthotylini (Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae) from Australia
A new genus and new species, Harveycapsus dimorpha, is described from Australia and its systematic placement in the nominotypical tribe of the subfamily Orthotylinae is discussed. The male and femaleExpand
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