Polyscias duplicata

Known as: Gastonia duplicata 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2017
2017
Large populations of Ostrocerca prolongata and Leuctra duplicata developed in a small intermittent stream in the foothills of the… (More)
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2017
2017
Seven species of the genus Camptochaeta, two of the genus Claustropyga and one of the genus Dichopygina are newly described from… (More)
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2016
2016
Species belonging to the family Naticidae (commonly called moon snails) are important infaunal gastropod predators found in soft… (More)
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2012
2012
Here, we present the morphotypic variety of the m1 and M3 teeth diagnostics for the recently formed isolated population of the… (More)
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2011
2011
This study was conducted to determine the euphthiracarid mites of Artvin province. Therefore, soil, litter, tree bark, moss and… (More)
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2009
2009
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Material and methods .......................................................................................................................................................... 6 LEPTOCERA OLIVIER, 1813............................................................................................................................................ 7 Key to New World species of Leptocera Olivier .............................................................................................................. 16 Leptocera caenosa species group ...................................................................................................................................... 20 Leptocera aequilimbata Duda, 1925.......................................................................................................................... 23 Leptocera argentinica Buck, new species .................................................................................................................. 25 Leptocera caenosa (Rondani, 1880) .......................................................................................................................... 27 Leptocera erratica Buck, new species ....................................................................................................................... 32 Leptocera erythrocera (Becker, 1920) ....................................................................................................................... 34 Leptocera gongylotheca Buck, new species .............................................................................................................. 46 Leptocera longilimbata Buck, new species ............................................................................................................... 48 Leptocera mendozana Richards, 1931 ....................................................................................................................... 49 Leptocera neocurvinervis Richards, 1931 ................................................................................................................. 51 Leptocera papallacta Buck, new species ................................................................................................................... 54 Leptocera sphaerotheca Buck, new species .............................................................................................................. 57 Leptocera cultellipennis subgroup ................................................................................................................................. 61 Leptocera cultellipennis (Enderlein, 1938) ................................................................................................................ 62 Leptocera duplicata Richards, 1955 .......................................................................................................................... 64 Leptocera ellipsipennis Richards, 1955 ..................................................................................................................... 66 Leptocera parallelipennis Buck, new species ............................................................................................................ 69 Leptocera fontinalis species group .................................................................................................................................... 72 Leptocera angulispina Buck, new species .................................................................................................................. 75 Leptocera finalis (Collin, 1956) ................................................................................................................................. 77 Leptocera fontinalis (Fallén, 1826) ............................................................................................................................ 78 Leptocera kanata Buck, new species ......................................................................................................................... 80 Leptocera neofinalis Buck, new species .................................................................................................................... 83 Leptocera neovomerata Buck, new species ............................................................................................................... 87 Leptocera parafinalis Papp, 1973 .............................................................................................................................. 89 Leptocera tenuispina Buck, new species ................................................................................................................... 91 Leptocera cymatonota subgroup .................................................................................................................................... 94 Leptocera cymatonota Buck, new species ................................................................................................................. 94 Leptocera hexadike Buck, new species ...................................................................................................................... 97 Leptocera fulva species group ......................................................................................................................................... 100 Leptocera dicrofulva Buck, new species.................................................................................................................. 102 Leptocera fulva (Malloch, 1912) ............................................................................................................................. 104 Leptocera insularum Buck, new species................................................................................................................... 109 
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