TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOPHAGOUS»
The term «endophagous» is barely ever used and occupies the 202.435
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOPHAGOUS»
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Evolutionary Paleoecology: The Ecological Context of ...
Leaf detritivory in Cordaites-dominated communities appears most similar to that
of modern conifer forests, in which endophagous oribatids are the primary leaf
detritivores, although some Collembola feed on the epidermis of fallen conifer ...
Warren D. Allmon, David J. Bottjer, 2013
Encyclopedia of Insects
In the primary parasitoids, ectophagous feeding probably evolved before
endophagous, with the parasitoid egg deposited near or on the host rather than
in it. Hence, ectophagous parasitoids usually attacked concealed hosts, often
Vincent H. Resh, Ring T. Cardé, 2009
Interchanges of Insects between Agricultural and Surrounding ...
Only few studies have included investigations on endophagous insects (
MacGarvin, 1982; Davis & Jones, 1986). Endophagous insect communities are
more likely to comprise high proportions of monophagous herbivores and
B.S. Ekbom, Michael E. Irwin, Y. Robert, 2000
The Ecology of Soil Decomposition
These endophagous mites and other fauna which burrow into detritus (leaf litter
and coarse woody debris) are poorly extracted by standard Tullgren extraction (
Hanson, 1999). Another factor affecting microarthropod distribution over several ...
A Dictionary of Entomology
ENDOPHAGOUS. Adj. (Greek,. endon. I. within. + phagein I to devour + Latin, -
osus I with property of.) 1. Pertaining to parasitic animals that feed inside their
hosts. 2. Medical Entomology: Pertaining to a ...
Theoretical Approaches to Biological Control
Endophagous insects on manually established islands (1.2 m2) of potted red
clover (Trifolium pratense). (a) Herbivores (Apionidae, Bruchidae, Cecidomyiidae
): y 7.88 0.005 x; F 22.7, R2 0.587,p 0.001, n 18. (b) Parasitoids centered upon ...
Bradford A. Hawkins, Howard V. Cornell, 1999
The Encyclopedia of Land Invertebrate Behaviour
The female wasp of the endophagous species lays her egg inside the primary
parasitoid larva while it is still feeding on the live aphid, before the latter becomes
mummified. The egg only hatches after the mummy has formed and the larva
Cacti: Biology and Uses
Endophagous Herbivores and Survival Nearly 80% of all insects feeding on
opuntias bore within the succulent plant tissues during the larval stages. This en-
dophagy protects them against predators and parasitoids. The oviposition habits
Stem Sawflies of Economic Importance in Grain Crops in the ...
Collyria calcitrator, C. iberica Schmiedeknecht, and C. trichophthalma (Thomson)
are endophagous and have been reared from infested stubs. C. calcitrator has
been studied by several workers and is believed to be the most successful and ...
Lew E. Wallace, F. H. McNeal, 1966
Theory and Practice of Biological Control
The relation existing between the trophic evolution of the embryonic envelope
and the mandibular involution of the intermediate larval instars of a number of
endophagous braconids was analyzed by Tremblay (1966a). A digestive feature