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The posterior surface of the diplopod head ( fig. 28 D ) presents a distinct
postoccipital flange ( Poc ) on the dorsal arch of the neck foramen, which is set off
by a well-marked groove (pos), quite suggestive of the postoccipital sulcus of an
Robert E. Snodgrass, 1910
Issues in General Science and Scientific Theory and Method: ...
State. University,. Rio. Claro: Sewage. sludge. toxicity. in. edaphic. organism:
Analysis. of. midgut. responses. in. the. diplopod. Rhinocricus. padbergi. By a
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The Ultrastructure and Phylogeny of Insect Spermatozoa
In the phylogeny of diplopod sperm (Fig. 3.1) a primary divergence appears to
have occurred between the subclass Penicillata (Pselaphognatha) and the
subclass Chilognatha. Penicillata are distinguished by the ribbon-like sperm
retaining a ...
Barrie Gillean Molyneux Jamieson, 1987
Natural Enemies of Terrestrial Molluscs
Systematics From a morphological standpoint, diplopod monophyly is supported
by the body segments fused to diplosegments; the antenna comprising eight
articles, and the aflagellate spermatozoa (Enghoff, 1984; Edgecombe and Giribet
Quinones—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 Edition: ...
According to news originating from Graz, Austria, by VerticalNews
correspondents, researchers stated “The secretions from serial defensive glands
of the Austrian diplopod Allajulus dicentrus (J ulidae, Cylindroiulini) were
extracted and ...
The Food Web of a Tropical Rain Forest
Substantial increases in bacterial numbers and standing crops occur during
passage of litter through diplopod and isopod guts (Reyes and Tiedje 1976;
Anderson and Bignell 1980; Hanlon and Anderson 1980; Hanlon 1981b),
Douglas P. Reagan, Robert B. Waide, 1996
The Colonisation of Land: Origins and Adaptations of ...
There are no measurements of the hydrostatic pressure in relation to movement,
presumably because of the small size of diplopod limbs. Measurements of the
general haemo- lymph pressure in the iuliform Cingalobolus are very low - 1.7-
Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates
The most spectacular feature of some diplopod families is the box-like
construction of the diplosomites, with a rigid calcareous body ring. This is best
realised in the lulidae (Fig. 1.1 8a) but it is also found in other families. In the
Helmut König, Ajit Varma, 2006
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Diplopod (milliped) Iris Oregon Diplopod (milliped) Ornamental plant New York ...
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