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Alien Insects: Threats and Implications for Conservation of Galápagos Islands
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A newly developed and simple scoring system is presented to predict alien insect species potential invasiveness based on trophic functional role, distribution in Galápagos, and history ofInvasiveness elsewhere.
A checklist of the beetles of Cuba with data on distributions and bionomics (Insecta:Coleoptera)
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Zoraptera wing structures: evidence for new genera and relationship with the blattoid orders (Insecta: Blattoneoptera)
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The wing venation of Meridozoros leleupi (Weidner) from the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador and Venezuela is described here for the first time.
Introduced insect fauna of an oceanic archipelago: The Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
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The faunal change in almost all tropical island insect faunas occurred before scientific inventories could document the processes and stages of change.
The beetles of the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador : evolution, ecology, and diversity (Insecta:Coleoptera)
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The core of the book is an account of the 486 species of beetles now known from the archipelago, with details on their distribution and bionomics.
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