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The effectiveness of any trapping system is highly dependent on the ability to accurately identify the specimens collected. For many fruit fly species, accurate identification (= diagnostics) using morphological or molecular techniques is relatively straightforward and poses few technical challenges. However, nearly all genera of pest tephritids also contain groups of species where single, sta ...

SUBJECT: taxonomic species; iterative taxonomy; diagnostics; taxonomy; 070603 horticultural crop protection (pests diseases and weeds)

The effectiveness of any trapping system is highly dependent on the ability to accurately identify the specimens collected. For many fruit fly species, accurate identification (= diagnostics) using morphological or molecular techniques is relatively straightforward and poses few technical challenges. However, nearly all genera of pest tephritids also contain groups of species where single, sta ...

SUBJECT: taxonomic species; iterative taxonomy; diagnostics; taxonomy; 070603 horticultural crop protection (pests diseases and weeds)

Adesmia australis (serie Frigidae), a new species from Santa Cruz province, is described and illustrated, being distinguished from its morphologically most similar relative, A. frigida, by the number and size of leaflets, flower size and isomorphic stipules.

SUBJECT: argentina; leguminosae; taxonomy; adesmia

POSTED TO: Darwiniana [0011-6793]

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Classification and provision of desertification intensity map, as an efficient tool, has an important role in evaluation of environmental capability and prevention of desertification and reclamation of degradation lands. So far, different models and methods have been proposed in local, national, and international scales, such as Medalus method, Iranian classification of desertification (ICD) a ...

SUBJECT: ecologie; botanique; ecologia; simulation; taxonomie numerique

POSTED TO: Watershed Management Researches Journal [1019-9632]

Review of family Lucanidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) in Korea with the description of one new species

Kim, S.I., Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT et al. [jan2010]

This paper provides a review of the family Lucanidae in Korea, which consists of 17 species belonging to 9 genera. One new species, Dorcus tenuihirsutus sp. nov., is described and the following taxonomical changes are proposed: Aegus laevicollis Saunders, 1854 is newly identified as Aegus laevicollis subnitidus Waterhouse, 1873; Macrodorcas striatipennis Motschulsky, 1861 is removed from the K ...

SUBJECT: new species; republica de corea; dorcus; economic distribution; espece nouvelle

POSTED TO: Entomological Research [1738-2297]

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All species of Macrostomus Wiedemann allied with Macrostomus pictipennis (Bezzi), are treated in the pictipennis species-group. Three currently recognized species and four new species are included, namely M. cervicicauda Smith, M. cysticercus Smith, M. manauara, sp. nov. from Brazil (Amazonas and Pará states), M. pacaraima, sp. nov. from Brazil (Roraima, Amazonas and Pará states), M. pictipenn ...

SUBJECT: biogeografia; biogeography; amazônia; empididae; amazon basin

POSTED TO: Acta Amazonica [0044-5967]

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Pseudocercospora clerodendricola sp. nov. is described herein. The fungus was found causing leaf spots in Clerodendrum x speciosum (bleeding heart) and its pathogenicity was demonstrated. Inoculation with culture discs placed on healthy leaves resulted in typical leaf spots appearing 30 days after inoculation.

SUBJECT: mycosphaerellaceae; cercosporoids; verbenaceae; ornamental plant; taxonomy

POSTED TO: Tropical Plant Pathology [1982-5676]

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Parametasphondylia piperis (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae, Asphondyliini, Schizomyiina), a new gall maker genus and species associated with Piper sp. (Piperaceae) is described and illustrated (larva, pupa, male and female) based on material obtained from Minas Gerais, Brazil.

SUBJECT: novos táxons; galhadores; new taxa; piperaceae; gall makers

POSTED TO: Iheringia. Série Zoologia [0073-4721]

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SUBJECT: republica de corea; anatomie vegetale; thymus genre; numerical taxonomy; korea republic

POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy [1225-8318]

SUBJECT: numerical taxonomy; agaricales; taxonomie; aphyllophorales; taxonomie numerique

POSTED TO: Mycological Research