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Alien Insects: Threats and Implications for Conservation of Galápagos Islands
Abstract Alien species are the principal threat to the conservation of the Galápagos Islands, but little is known about the status of nonindigenous Galápagos insects and their effects on the biota.Expand
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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)
Abstract. The order Zoraptera has traditionally been thought to contain only one family (Zorotypidae) and one genus (Zorotypus Silvestri). An analysis of known zorapteran wings shows that the wingExpand
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Composition, structure, and competitive behaviour in a guild of Ecuadorian rain forest dung beetles (Coleoptera; Scarabaeidae)
A guild of neotropical rain forest dung scarabs, collected by baited pit traps, was composed of 11 genera and 31 species of Scarabaeinae. Relative abundances were highly equitable. PopulationExpand
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Introduced insect fauna of an oceanic archipelago: The Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
Oceanic islands are susceptible to invasion by exotic species of plants and animals that are introduced either intentionally or unintentionally by human action. Most tropical oceanic islands now haveExpand
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