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A survey of the Greek species of Poecilimon Fischer (Orthoptera, Ensifera, Phaneropterinae)

@inproceedings{Willemse1982ASO,
  title={A survey of the Greek species of Poecilimon Fischer (Orthoptera, Ensifera, Phaneropterinae)},
  author={F. R. J. Willemse},
  year={1982}
}
Phylogeography of the Poecilimon ampliatus species group (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) in the context of the Pleistocene glacial cycles and the origin of the only thelytokous parthenogenetic phaneropterine bush-cricket
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A systematic revision of the P. ampliatus group based on mitochondrial (ND2) and nuclear (ITS) phylogeny is provided and it is hypothesize that the drought-tolerant P. intermedius originated during the recent glaciations in the southwestern part of its current range and rapidly radiated in a northeastern direction.
Baseline data for automated acoustic monitoring of Orthoptera in a Mediterranean landscape, the Hymettos, Greece
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The regional spatio-temporal composition of Orthoptera species at the Hymettos near Athens, which is a Natura 2000 site under constant threat due to the surrounding megacity, is assessed and a song library is established as prerequisites for future automatic song detection.
Bioacoustics and Systematics of the Poecilimon hamatus Group (Tettigonioidea: Phaneropteridae: Poecilimon: Hamatopoecilimon n. subg.)
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In four of six species the males have been observed to use two types of calling song, obviously connected to the female response behavior, and the reasons for this behavior are discussed, as well as the phylogeny of the group, considering also its biogeography.
Revision of the Poecilimon ornatus group (Orthoptera: Phaneropteridae) with particular reference to the taxa in Bulgaria and Macedonia.
The Poecilimon ornatus group has an exclusively European distribution and includes the largest species in the genus. A revision of the taxa belonging to this group in Bulgaria and Macedonia (Central
Systematics and bioacoustics of the Poecilimon sanctipauli-group (Orthoptera: Tettigonioidea: Phaneropteridae)
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A combination of characters by which Poecilimon species can be recognised as members of the P. sanctipauli group are described, most important are the wide fastigium, short ovipositor and song characters.
The Relationships within the Poecilimon ornatus Group (Orthoptera: Phaneropterinae) Based on the Cytochrome C Oxidase I Gene
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The aim of this study is to clarify the relationships between species from the P. ornatus group by comparing partial sequences of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) mitochondrial gene.
New distribution records of Orthoptera of Greece
TLDR
The presence of Mogoplistesbrunneus Serville, 1838 at the Aegean Sea is confirmed and sound production in that species is discussed for the first time.
Orthoptera and Mantodea in the collection of the Macedonian Museum of Natural History (Skopje) with an annotated check-list of the groups in Macedonia
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The updated check list of the orthoptera fauna of Macedonia comprises four species of Mantodea, 167 Orthoptera taxa and two additional subspecies, and it is revealed that two OrthopterA species must be eliminated from the list ofThe Serbian fauna.
Phaneropterinae (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) from Turkey and the Middle East II
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A rich and interesting material collected from Turkey and the neighbouring countries including the Middle East has been evaluated and three distinct clades of the species groups of Poecilimon are separated and discussed their taxonomic positions.
A re-assessment of the Poecilimon syriacus group (Orthoptera Tettigonioidea, Phaneropteridae) based on bioacoustics, morphology and molecular data
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The calling songs of all species studied are characterized by an unusually high syllable repetition rate and low number of impulses per syllable, so the evolution of genitalia seems to be faster than that of song patterns.
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