Syrphoctonus signatus

Known as: Homotropus signatus 
 
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2019
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2019
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Historical aspects of Eusarcus Perty 1833 .......................................................................................................................... 5 Material and methods .......................................................................................................................................................... 7 Cladistics ........................................................................................................................................................................... 11 Systematics ........................................................................................................................................................................ 19 Eusarcus Perty 1833 .......................................................................................................................................................... 19 Key to males of Eusarcus species ..................................................................................................................................... 21 Eusarcus acrophthalmus sp. n. .................................................................................................................................. 23 Eusarcus aduncus (Mello-Leitão) .............................................................................................................................. 26 Eusarcus alpinus sp. n. ............................................................................................................................................... 29 Eusarcus armatus Perty ............................................................................................................................................. 31 Eusarcus berlae (Mello-Leitão) comb. n. ................................................................................................................. 35 Eusarcus bifidus Roewer ............................................................................................................................................ 37 Eusarcus caparaoensis sp. n. ..................................................................................................................................... 39 Eusarcus catharinensis (Mello-Leitão) comb. n. ...................................................................................................... 42 Eusarcus cavernicola sp. n. ....................................................................................................................................... 45 Eusarcus didactylus sp. n........................................................................................................................................... 51 Eusarcus dubius B. Soares ......................................................................................................................................... 54 Eusarcus elinae Kury ................................................................................................................................................. 56 Eusarcus fulvus Soares & Soares ............................................................................................................................... 56 Eusarcus garibaldiae sp. n. ....................................................................................................................................... 58 Eusarcus gemignanii (Mello-Leitão) comb. n., stat.n. ............................................................................................. 60 Eusarcus geometricus sp. n. ...................................................................................................................................... 63 Eusarcus grumani H. Soares...................................................................................................................................... 65 Eusarcus hastatus Sørensen ....................................................................................................................................... 68 Eusarcus incus Soares & Soares ................................................................................................................................ 74 Eusarcus insperatus B. Soares ................................................................................................................................... 76 Eusarcus manero sp. n. .............................................................................................................................................. 79 Eusarcus matogrossensis sp. n. ................................................................................................................................. 81 Eusarcus mirabilis sp. n. ........................................................................................................................................... 83 Eusarcus nigrimaculatus Mello-Leitão...................................................................................................................... 85 Eusarcus oxyacanthus Kollar ..................................................................................................................................... 91 Eusarcus pusillus Sørensen ........................................................................................................................................ 94 Eusarcus schubarti Soares & Soares ......................................................................................................................... 97 Eusarcus sergipanus sp. n. ......................................................................................................................................... 99 Eusarcus signatus (Roewer) comb. n. ..................................................................................................................... 101 Eusarcus sooretamae (Soares & Soares) comb. n. .................................................................................................. 103 Eusarcus sulcatus (Piza) .......................................................................................................................................... 106 Eusarcus teresincola Soares & Soares ..................................................................................................................... 108 Eusarcus tripectinatus sp. n. .................................................................................................................................... 111 Eusarcus uruguayensis (Ringuelet) comb. n., stat. n. ............................................................................................. 113 Eusarcus aberrans Mello-Leitão species inquirenda ............................................................................................... 117 Eusarcus metapucrolia nom. n., species inquirenda ............................................................................................... 117 Biogeography .................................................................................................................................................................. 119 Acknowledgements ......................................................................................................................................................... 123 References ....................................................................................................................................................................... 129 Taxonomical index .......................................................................................................................................................... 135 Zootaxa 2698 © 2010 Magnolia Press · 3 SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF EUSARCUS (OPILIONES) 
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2018
2018
Ectotherms have various means of dealing with low environmental temperatures, but relatively few species have been rigorously… (More)
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2016
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2016
MCPHIE, DOUGLAS ROY. Impacts of Anthonomus signatus (Curculionidae:Coleoptera) on annual plasticulture strawberries (Fragaria… (More)
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2013
2013
The elytra of Balcus signatus Broun (Coleoptera: Cleridae: Clerinae) from New Zealand have pale markings. Such markings, most… (More)
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2004
2004
Insects associated with the floodwater mosquito Ochlerotatus albifasciatus(Diptera: Culicidae) were studied from intermittent… (More)
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1992
1992
In an investigation of the phenology of the chironomid species of Lake Hald, Denmark, a very late flight activity (September… (More)
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1974
1974
Es wurden symbiontische Bakterien aus der WanzeCletus signatus Walker isoliert, in vitro kultiviert und als neue Var.signatus… (More)
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