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A New Species of the Genus Pharnacia (Phasmatodea: Phasmatidae: Phasmatinae: Pharnaciini) on Mango Trees in Sibuyan Island with Notes on Stick Insects Found on Agricultural Crops
A new large species of stick insect,Pharnacia magdiwang Lit & Eusebio, sp. nov., is described from Sibuyan Island in Romblon Province, central Philippines. The species inhabits mango trees
A new species of leaf insect (Phasmatodea: Phylliidae) from Northern Luzon, Philippines
A new species of leaf insect or walking leaf, Phyllium bonifacioi LIT & EUSEBIO, n. sp., from the northern part of Luzon Island, Philippines, is described and illustrated. Among other Philip- pine
NON-TARGET ORGANISMS ON Bt CORN HYBRIDS MON89034 AND MON89034/NK603: PART 3. FUNCTIONAL GUILDS OF ARTHROPODS IN REGULATED FIELD TRIAL SITES DURING THE WET SEASON IN LUZON AND MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
TLDR
Assessment of arthropod populations in Ilagan, Isabela and Tupi, South Cotabato suggested that there are no significant seasonal variations in the effects of Bt corn hybrids on NTOs and the functional guilds appeared unhampered by the corn type as to their respective roles in the corn agroecosystem.
A NEW SET-UP FOR FREE-CHOICE FEEDING TESTS FOR CAVE CRICKETS (ORTHOPTERA: RHAPIDOPHORIDAE) AND OTHER CAVERNICOLOUS ARTHROPODS
A free-choice feeding test chamber for cave arthropods was designed and fabricated to enable the authors to conduct controlled feeding experiments with due consideration for the peculiarities of
A new species of cone-headed stick insect (Phasmatodea: Diapheromeridae: Loxopsis) from Samar Island, Philippines
The third Philippine species of Loxopsis is described as new to science and named Loxopsis waray Lit & Eusebio, n. sp., based on adult females and their eggs, collected from Samar Island. The new
MODIFIED VACUUM SAMPLER FOR ARTHROPODS FOR MONITORING NON-TARGET ORGANISMS IN Bt-CORN FIELDS AND OTHER BIODIVERSITY STUDIES
TLDR
The vacuum sampler was fabricated as an alternative to the more expensive commercially available suction or vacuum samplers like DVAC (Dietrick et al. 1960) and was an answer to the search for sampling methods that would allow collection of great numbers of individuals and species even in agroecosystems in the Philippines.