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Pitfall Trapping as a Method for Studying Populations of Carabidae (Coleoptera)
Pitfall traps provide a convenient method of investigating the ecology of adult Carabidae and have been used in studies on such topics as the seasonal incidence of adults, the spatial pattern ofExpand
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Adversity Selection and the Habitat Templet
Adversity or A-selection favors conservation of adaptation in severe, but stable and predictable, environments. It is contrasted with r- or exploitation selection and K- or interaction selection. TheExpand
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INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION AND FREQUENCY CHANGES AMONG ANTS IN SOLOMON ISLANDS COCONUT PLANTATIONS
Four ant species are important in the control of Amblypelta cocophaga China (Hemiptera, Coreidae), which causes premature fall of coconuts in the Solomon Islands in the southwest Pacific (PhillipsExpand
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PHENOLOGY OF THREE ANT SPECIES IN THE SOLOMON ISLANDS
i Seasonal variation in the composition of colonies is described, with particular reference to the incidence of sexual castes. The ant species are Oecophylla smaragdina F., IridomyrmexExpand
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EVOLUTION IN THE STAPHYLINID GENUS PRIOCHIRUS (COLEOPTERA)
  • P. Greenslade
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 June 1972
In previous papers I have dealt with the taxonomy of the primarily tropical, loginhabiting genus Priochirus and with some aspects of the geographical distribution and ecology of species occurring inExpand
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