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Widespread prevalence but contrasting patterns of intragenomic rRNA polymorphisms in nematodes: Implications for phylogeny, species delimitation and life history inference
  • Q. Xue, H. Bik, +5 authors W. Bert
  • Biology, Medicine
    Molecular ecology resources
  • 13 November 2019
An extensive analysis across 30 terrestrial nematode species representing a range of free‐living and parasitic taxa isolated worldwide indicates that RP is common and widespread, ribosome function appears to be maintained despite mutational changes, and intragenomic variants are stable in the genome and neutrally evolving.
Checklist to Chinese Idiocerine leafhoppers, key to genera and description of a new species of Anidiocerus (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadellidae)
Abstract A checklist to Chinese Idiocerinae and a key to included genera is provided and Anidiocerus fasciatus Xue & Zhang, sp. nov. from China is described and illustrated. Megipocerus Zakhvatkin
Moelleriella sinensis sp. nov. (Clavicipitaceae, Ascomycota) from southeast China
Phylogenetic analyses using the nucleotide sequences derived from the nuclear ribosomal large subunit rRNA gene, RNA polymerase subunit 1, and translation elongation factor 1α coupled to morphological characterization supports the placement of the isolate as a new species in a distinct lineage within Moelleriella.
Field evaluations of Romanomermis yunanensis ( Nematoda : Mermithidae ) for control of Culicinae mosquitoes in China
The results suggest that under appropriate conditions R. yunanensis should be very effective for controlling Culicinae mosquitoes both in the country side and within city limits.
Taxonomic revision of the Malaysian Idiocerinae (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae), with description of new taxa.
The leafhopper subfamily Idiocerinae is revised for Malaysia and 13 genera and 17 species are recognized including 1 new genus, Serridiocers membranaceus n.
Phylogeny and classification of the leafhopper subfamily Eurymelinae (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) inferred from molecules and morphology
Phylogenetic analysis of the globally distributed arboreal leafhopper subfamily Eurymelinae was conducted and suggested that the earliest divergences occurred in the Lower Cretaceous and that most major lineages of this group arose during theCretaceous.
A new species of Busoniomimus Maldonado-Capriles (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Idiocerinae) from Malaysia with a key to species of the genus.
A new species, Busoniomimus umbellatus sp. nov. is described and illustrated from Malaysia. In addition the female of B. hainanensis Zhang & Li is described from China. A key is provided to males of
Five new species in the idiocerine genus Busonia Distant (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Idiocerinae) from Thailand and Malaysia, with one new record from China.
Six species in the genus Busonia Distant are described and illustrated, including five new species from Thailand and Malaysia, and one newly recorded species from China.
A new species of the endemic Chilean leafhopper genus Chileanoscopus (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Idiocerinae).
A new species, C. serrulatus sp. nov. is described and illustrated from Chile. A redescription of this genus is provided together with a key to species for males.
First record of genus Nabicerus Kwon (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Idiocerinae) from China, with descriptions of two new species.
Nabicerus Kwon is reported from China for the first time based on two new species, N. dentimus and N. baculatus spp. nov., and a new Chinese record of N. fuscescens (Anufriev, 1971). Species of this