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Population genetics and demographic history of guava fruit fly Bactrocera correcta (Diptera: Tephritidae) in northeastern Thailand
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Genetic structure analysis revealed an overall low level of genetic differentiation between populations suggesting that the flies can move freely across geographic regions, and evidence of recent demographic expansion dating back to the end of the last glaciations was detected. Expand
Molecular phylogeny of black flies in the Simulium tuberosum (Diptera: Simuliidae) species group in Thailand.
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Molecular data supported the monophyletic status of S. tani, S. doipuiense and S. yuphae, but S. rufibasis were polyphyletic, most likely due to incomplete lineage sorting and inadequate phylogenetic signals. Expand
Phylogeography of the black fly Simulium aureohirtum (Diptera: Simuliidae) in Thailand.
The black fly Simulium aureohirtum Brunetti (Diptera: Simuliidae) is geographically widespread and utilizes diverse habitats. Previous studies revealed high genetic diversity, suggesting that thisExpand
Food plant species from pollen load of honey bee (Apis mellifera) in Nong Khai, Thailand
Diversity of food plants for honey bee ( Apis mellifera ) in Nong Khai Province was studied by comparing morphology of pollen from pollen loads of bees with pollen collected from flowering plantExpand
Apis florea and Apis cerana workers do not discriminate between queen-laid and worker-laid Apis mellifera eggs
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It is shown that A. mellifera cannot distinguish queen- and worker-laid eggs of the more closely related species Apis cerana and A. florea workers do not distinguishQueen-lied from worker- laid eggs from A. Mellifera, even though A. cerana (but not A.Florea) tolerate A. tranquillis eggs for extended periods. Expand