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Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: The Mecopodine Katydids Part 2 (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Mecopodinae; Sexavaini) Queensland Palm Katydid
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Two tribes of Mecopodini and Sexavaini are represented in Australia and both are confined to the tropics, with one species apparently facultatively parthenogenetic, the Queensland Palm Katydid. Expand
A new Raspy Cricket from the northern Australian Rainforests (Orthoptera: Gryllacrididae).
An Australian Raspy Cricket, Chauliogryllacris acaropenates Rentz, Su, Béthoux, sp. nov. is described. This cricket was found to harbor a number of mite species of interest to acarologists and theExpand
Museum Genomics Confirms that the Lord Howe Island Stick Insect Survived Extinction
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This work re-sequenced mitochondrial genomes from historic museum specimens collected on Lord Howe Island before the extinction event, suggesting that they are conspecific and that D. australis has successfully evaded extinction so far. Expand
A simple and quick method of displaying liquid-preserved morphological structures for microphotography.
  • Y. Su
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zootaxa
  • 21 December 2016
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A method used for whole insects by Sam Droege and his colleagues of the United States Geological Survey was adapted for use with insect genitalia and a simple solution was inadvertently discovered. Expand
New lineages of Lebinthini from Australia (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Eneopterinae).
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Two new lineages of brachypterous Lebinthini from northern Australia are described, one of which belongs to the tribe Eurepini and the other to the new genus Julverninthus. Expand
Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: Australian Pseudophylline katydids (Tettigoniidae; Pseudophyllinae; Phyllomimini)
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Four new species of Acauloplacella Karny are recorded from Australia, known from the east coast from disjunct populations from Iron Range south to near Townsville, Qld. Expand
Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: The Mecopodine Katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Mecopodinae; Mecopodini)
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The Australia Mecopodini comprises a single genus Austromecopoda, Rentz et al., with four species that occur in grasses adjacent to forests occurs on both sides of the continent. Expand
Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae. A New Genus of Listroscelidine Katydids From Northern Australia Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Listroscelidinae)
Abstract A new genus, Alinjarria, Rentz et al. is proposed to accommodate two species, one on each side of the Australian continent in the far north. A species originally described in Hemisaga deExpand
Studies in Australian Katydids: A Review of the Australian Snub-nosed Sylvan katydids (Tettigoniidae; Pseudophyllinae; Simoderini).
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The Australian members of the simoderine katydids are reviewed and Narea Walker is synonymised with Narea, a tribe known from nine genera that occur only in Madagascar. Expand
Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: The Phyllophorinae (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Phyllophorinae)
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A survey of Australian Phyllophorinae is presented and the unusual habits of the subfamily are discussed and the equally unusual karyotype of Phyllophilella queenslandica Rentz, Su, Ueshima sp. Expand
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