Cenchrus incertus

Known as: Cenchrus incertus M.A.Curtis, coast sandbur 
 
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2015
2015
The ant fossils of the Bol’shaya Svetlovodnaya (Late Eocene of Sikhote-Alin, Russian Far East) are studied. A total of 80… (More)
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2013
2013
The diagnoses of Liadytidae Ponomarenko, 1977, Liadytiscinae Prokin & Ren, 2010, Liadytiscus Prokin & Ren, 2010 and Mesoderus… (More)
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2009
2009
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Anaphothrips genus-group in Australia .............................................................................................................................. 5 Host-plant associations among the Australian Anaphothrips group .................................................................................. 6 Sternal glandular structures in males .................................................................................................................................. 7 Character states in Anaphothrips genus-group .................................................................................................................. 7 Key to genera of Anaphothrips group in Australia ........................................................................................................... 10 Anaphothrips Uzel ............................................................................................................................................................ 11 Key to species of Anaphothrips from Australia ................................................................................................................ 12 Anaphothrips ambiguus (Girault) .............................................................................................................................. 15 Anaphothrips aptilotus sp. n. ..................................................................................................................................... 15 Anaphothrips astrolomi Pitkin ................................................................................................................................... 18 Anaphothrips atriplicis sp. n. .................................................................................................................................... 19 Anaphothrips augustae sp. n. .................................................................................................................................... 19 Anaphothrips barringtoni sp. n. ................................................................................................................................ 21 Anaphothrips barrowi sp. n. ...................................................................................................................................... 21 Anaphothrips callani sp. n. ........................................................................................................................................ 23 Anaphothrips carlylei Girault .................................................................................................................................... 23 Anaphothrips cecili Girault ........................................................................................................................................ 24 Anaphothrips chortinus sp. n. .................................................................................................................................... 26 Anaphothrips cobari sp. n. ....................................................................................................................................... 27 Anaphothrips cucurbiti Pitkin .................................................................................................................................... 27 Anaphothrips dalbyi sp. n. ......................................................................................................................................... 29 Anaphothrips desleyae sp. n. ..................................................................................................................................... 30 Anaphothrips dubius (Girault) ................................................................................................................................... 30 Anaphothrips epacrida sp. n. ..................................................................................................................................... 32 Anaphothrips eremophilae sp. n. ............................................................................................................................... 34 Anaphothrips exocarpi Pitkin .................................................................................................................................... 34 Anaphothrips exocarpoides sp. n. .............................................................................................................................. 35 Anaphothrips geijerae sp. n. ...................................................................................................................................... 36 Anaphothrips geleznowiae sp. n. ............................................................................................................................... 36 Anaphothrips gillespiei sp. n. .................................................................................................................................... 37 Anaphothrips glenysae sp. n. ..................................................................................................................................... 41 Anaphothrips incertus (Girault) ................................................................................................................................. 41 Anaphothrips keatsi (Girault)..................................................................................................................................... 42 Anaphothrips monga sp. n. 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1998
1998
Alfalfa weevil, Hypera postica (Gyllenhall) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), is of Eurasian origin. This destructive pest of alfalfa… (More)
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1985
1985
RESUMI~ The femur of the anchisaurid (= plateosaurid) prosauropod dinosaur Euskelosaurus brownii HUXLEY, 1866 from the lower… (More)
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