True Bugs Heteroptera Of The Neotropics

Author: Antônio R. Panizzi
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Inspired by the need for a comprehensive assessment, True Bugs (Heteroptera) of the Neotropics is the most complete and thorough review ever published.

European Journal Of Entomology

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Heteroptera, Antiteuchus, holokinetic chromosomes, C-banding, NORs,
fluorochromes Abstract. ... were used to compare the karyotypes of three species
of bugs, representatives of the Neotropical genus Antiteuchus, ...
INTRODUCTION Holokinetic chromosomes are a basic cytogenetic feature of
true bugs (Heteroptera).

Insect Systematics Evolution

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Maldonado Capriles, J. (1972) Neotropical Reduviidae (Heteroptera) in the
Museum of Zoology of the University of Helsinki, Finland, with description of new
... Schuh, R. T. & Slater, J. A. (1995) True bugs of the World (Hemiptera:
Heteroptera).

Insects Of The Yukon

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True Bugs (Heteroptera) of the Yukon G.G.E. SCUDDER Department of Zoology,
University of British Columbia 6270 ... Five species, constituting 2.3% of the
Yukon fauna, are considered to belong to a Nearctic-Neotropical element, with
one ...

Shore Bugs Heteroptera Hemiptera Saldidae

Author: John T. Polhemus
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In spite of the difficulties in determining the species ranges of insects, I believe
they should be used in zoogeography because of their ... The Saldidae should
prove useful because they are distributed worldwide from the true arctic to
tropical regions, and have relict as well as radiative faunas. ... role of Middle
America, and the incongruity of the inclusion of the southern temperate zone in
the Neotropical.