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Ascalaphidae

Known as: owlflies 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
The owlflies (Family Ascalaphidae) belong to the Neuroptera but are often mistaken as dragonflies because of morphological… 
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2016
2016
Abstract Myrmeleontidae, commonly known as “antlions”, are the most diverse family of the insect order Neuroptera, with over 1700… 
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2016
2016
Abstract Background The records of genus Bubopsis McLachlan, 1898 with species Bubopsis tancrei Weele, 1908 and the genus Nousera… 
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2015
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2015
Abstract A short review of main cytogenetic features of insects belonging to the sister neuropteran families Myrmeleontidae… 
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2014
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2014
The larvae of all the European genera of Ascalaphidae are compared for the first time, highlighting the differential characters… 
2014
2014
Abstract The mitochondrial genome of Hybris subjacens (Neuroptera: Ascalaphidae) is a circular molecule of 15,873 bp in length… 
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2013
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2013
The Myrmeleontidae and Ascalaphidae of West Africa remain poorly known. This is a consequence of the limited number of insect… 
2004
2004
  • M. Gogala
  • Zeitschrift für vergleichende Physiologie
  • 2004
  • Corpus ID: 31971452
Summary1.The electroretinograms and the intracellular potentials of receptor cells have been recorded from the divided eyes of… 
Review
2002
Review
2002
This review critically examines the ecological costs and benefits of ultraviolet vision in European owlflies. On the one hand it… 
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2000
Review
2000
This paper reviews all previous knowledge about neuropterans from the Santana Formation (Lower Cretaceous, northeastern Brazil… 
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