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Smaller Orders of Insects of the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador: Evolution, Ecology, and Diversity

@inproceedings{Peck2001SmallerOO,
  title={Smaller Orders of Insects of the Gal{\'a}pagos Islands, Ecuador: Evolution, Ecology, and Diversity},
  author={Stewart B. Peck},
  year={2001}
}
The Galápagos Islands: biogeographic patterns and geology
  • M. Heads, J. Grehan
  • Geology
    Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
  • 2021
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The present distributions are explicable if ancestors survived as metapopulations occupying both the Galápagos hotspot and other regions before differentiating, more or less in situ.
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Abstract: Thysanoptera from the Galápagos Islands were inventoried from 627 slide-mounted specimens that were made with material that had been stored at the Reference Collection of Terrestrial
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  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • 2005
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One hundred and eight insect species were found to have some degree of interaction, using plants for refuge and/or as a food source, and most of the identified insects are endemic or native and several generalist feeders.
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