Encyclopedia Of Insects

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How many species of arthropods visit flowers?
  • C. Wardhaugh
  • Environmental Science
    Arthropod-Plant Interactions
  • 2015
An overview of the taxonomic range of flower-visiting invertebrates is presented and it is speculated, based on reviewing the literature and discussions with experts, that ~30 % of arthropod species may regularly utilise flowers to feed, find a mate, or acquire other resources.
Characteristics of Dipteran Insects
Except mosquitoes, dipteran insects have sponging-sucking mouthparts and they are holometabolous insects which means there are 4 stages (egg, larvae, pupae and adult).
Changes in the Morphological Diversity of Larvae of Lance Lacewings, Mantis Lacewings and Their Closer Relatives over 100 Million Years
The results point to a complex pattern of diversity changes in Neuroptera from 100 million years ago until today, with Mantispidae appears to have lost certain forms of larvae, but has seen a drastic increase of larval diversity after the Cretaceous; this is in contrast to a significant decrease in diversity in adult forms.
Part I: Insect stings and bites—Beyond the realm of bee and wasp allergies
A MEDLINE search on allergy caused by stinging and biting insects apart from bees and wasps was conducted and a selection of relevant publications and cases from outpatient units are used to illustrate the arguments.
Mimicry in Heliconius and Ithomiini butterflies: The profound consequences of an adaptation
The results of recent genetic and ecological research on two well-studied groups of neotropical Mullerian mimetic butterflies, the genus Heliconius and the tribe Ithomiini, which advertise their unpalatability through conspicuous wing colour patterns are reviewed.
Cuticular Structures in Micropterous Crickets (Orthoptera, Gryllidae, Petaloptilini, Gryllomorphini)
A comparative morphological study of eight species of micropteran crickets of the tribes Gryllomorphini and Petaloptilini, whose tegmina had lost their flight and song functionality was carried out, and structures not previously described in this group have been detected and seem to confer a role in reproduction.
Declining morphological diversity in snakefly larvae during last 100 million years
The loss of morphological diversity of snakefly larvae in the Cretaceous supports the already well-established loss of taxonomic diversity in the group across time and indicates a loss of ecological diversity.
High-power microwaves against locusts and other harmful animals
A feature of biology of the locust is the presence of two phases single and herd, where locusts in this phase behave much more actively are formed larvae or adults and there is practically no sexual dimorphism in the herd phase.
Cultural Tezozómoc , Azcapotzalco , Ciudad de México Phytophagous mites and insects in the Recreational and Cultural Tezozómoc park trees , Azcapotzalco , Mexico City
Urban and suburban trees are essential elements in the character of populated areas as they have the capacity to transform cities, providing environmental, aesthetic, cultural and economic benefits.
The ecological study of ant species was conducted during 2008-2009 for seven district of Basrah province; Qurna, Al-zubair, Center of city, Abo Al khaseeb, Marshes, Shatt al-Arab and Al-fao showed that the highest population density of ant workers was in February, but less density during November was 66.64 workers.