10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANTHOPHILOUS»
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An Evolutionary Basis for Pollination Ecology
... pollinated by longer-rostrate flies (insects unspecialized, whether or not
anthophilous); 2. from flowers pollinated by short-tongued insects to mainly
beetle-pollinated flowers (anthophilous beetles) (derived transformation series,
continued in ...
Arthropods of Tropical Forests: Spatio-Temporal Dynamics and ...
It is well known that some anthophilous insects show an increase in population in
response to general flowering. In this contribution, we examined whether non-
anthophilous insects also increase in response to general flowering.
A number of anthophilous families including Syrphidae have existed since the
Late Cretaceous; however, even in the Baltic amber, the brachyceran flies are
still represented mainly by asilomorphans. Acalyptratans are relatively rare ...
Natalya V. Belayeva, A.P. Rasnitsyn, Donald L. Quicke, 2002
The Flowering of Australia's Rainforests: A Plant and ...
Although most large anthophilous rainforest insects undertake frequent inter-
plant movements and relatively long-distance inter-plant flights between widely
spaced trees, a number of uncommon or episodic insect taxa (seasonal
Geoff Williams, Paul Adam, 2010
The Open Door: One Hundred Poems, One Hundred Years of ...
For you: anthophilous, lover of flowers, green roses, chrysanthemums, lilies:
retrophilia, philocaly, philomath, sarcophilous—all this love, of the past, of beauty,
of knowledge, of flesh; this is catalogue & counter: philalethist, negrophile,
Don Share, Christian Wiman, 2012
The Insects: An Outline of Entomology
The major beetle families that commonly or exclusively contain anthophilous
species are the Buprestidae (jewel beetles; Fig. 11.7b), Cantharidae (soldier
beetles), Cerambycidae (longicorn or longhorn beetles), Cleridae (checkered
P. J. Gullan, P. S. Cranston, 2010
Social Insects: Their Origin And Evolution
This supposed polyphy- letic origin of the Apidae is certainly suggestive of a
possible masked or concealed convergence, or parallelism of development due
to anthophilous habits among only remotely related Sphecid or even Vespid
William Morton Wheeler, 1994
Pollination Ecology and the Rain Forest: Sarawak Studies
Plant-pollinator interactions in the understory of a lowland mixed dipterocarp
forest in Sarawak. Am. J. Bot. 86:732–43. ———. 2000. Anthophilous insect
community and plant-pollinator interactions on Amami Islands in the Ryukyu
David Roubik, Shoko Sakai, Abg Abdul Hamid, 2006
The Economic Importance of Insects
Calliphoridae (Blow Flies; Bluebottles, etc.) (c) Lepidoptera Butterflies are diurnal
; most moths nocturnal; nearly 100 families known and most adults are
anthophilous and involved in plant pollination (d) Coleoptera Some 95 families
and more ...
Dennis S. Hill, Institute of Biology, 1997
The Philosophy of Flower Seasons, and the Phaenological ...
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
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