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Structure of some epidermal glands in the myrmecophilous beetle Adranes taylori (Coleoptera : Pselaphidae)

William Bruce Hill

Structure of some epidermal glands in the myrmecophilous beetle Adranes taylori (Coleoptera : Pselaphidae)

by William Bruce Hill

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beetles.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 34 l.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16745137M

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Structure of some epidermal glands in the myrmecophilous beetle Adranes taylori (Coleoptera : Pselaphidae) by William Bruce Hill Download PDF EPUB FB2

Adranes – rodzaj chrząszcza z rodziny kusakowatych, podrodziny Pselaphinae. Gatunkiem typowym jest A. coecus. Rodzaj ma nearktyczny zasięg występowania. Należą tu obligatoryjnie myrmekofilne chrząszcze, których zachowanie dokładniej zbadano u gatunków A.

taylori i A. leconti[2]. Dorosłe osobniki Adranes są ślepe, mają   Structure of some epidermal glands in the myrmecophilous beetle Adranes taylori (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae). Kansas Entomol. Soc. KENDALL, D. The dermal glands of some adult beetles.

Entomol. (A) KISTNER, D. A new genus, species and subtribe of termitophilous Staphylinidae from Australia Parker and Grimaldi present Protoclaviger, an Early Eocene beetle that provides fossil evidence of myrmecophily (social parasitism of ant colonies).

Protoclaviger’s morphology captures the evolution of anatomical specialization that permits colony infiltration. Its age helps establish a time frame for the evolution of a major clade of ://(14) ().

Structure of some epidermal glands in the myrmecophilous beetle Adranes taylori (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae). Sub-cortical Coleoptera in dead pines and spruces: is primeval species composition maintained in managed forests. Substrate requirements of red-listed saproxylic invertebrates in Sweden.

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Part 1. Systematics, phylogeny and zoogeography of Nearctic Myllaena Erichson. The rove beetle subfamily Pselaphinae is exceptionally species rich (9, described species), with multiple lineages of myrmecophilous taxa [21, 22].Most notable is the supertribe Clavigeritae—perhaps the single largest clade of obligate myrmecophiles known, with described species in genera and several times this number awaiting ://   Structure of some epidermal glands in the myrmecophilus beetle Adranes taylori (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae) J.

Kansas EntomoL Soc. HOPE, J. A., D. HORLER and D. ROWLANDS. A possible pheromone of the bruchid Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say). Glandular structures at the sternites of 31 species of Paederinae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) are described in detail for the first time.

A median gland of unknown biological significance is situated at the front margin of the 4th sternite in Paederus and Paederidus (Paederus s.l.). A gland tissue at the posterior border of the antecosta opens into a reservoir situated between the antecosta They may even combine both approaches as has been found for some slave-making ants.

Although a variety of cues may be used to produce these various strategies, by far the most commonly used cues are chemical, and they will be the only ones considered in this chapter. Structure of some epidermal glands in the myrmecophilous beetle Adranes   The females of some myrmecophilous lycaenids actively search for oviposition plants already frequented by host ants.

This curious behavior was first indicated in the field studies by Atstatt (b) and laboratory experiments by Henning (b) and has been demonstrated conclusively in a series of field experiments by Pierce and Elgar () on Several specimens of the myrmecophilous beetle Paussus favieri were reared in ant nests of Pheidole pallidula.

Their interactions were recorded and all behaviors observed are described. Duration and frequency of five behaviors of P. favieri were analyzed with ANOVA and post hoc Tukey tests; these comprised rewarding, antennal shaking, antennation, escape, and &#;no contact&#.

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38, no. 4, pp. –, The most extraordinary adaptation of all, however, is exhibited by the macrochelid, Macrocheles rettenmeyeri, which is a true mite feeds on blood taken from the terminal membranous lobe (arolium) of the hind tarsus of large media workers of its exclusive host species, Eciton the process it allows its entire body to be used by the host ant as a substitute for the The ant-loving beetle genus Panabachia Park is a poorly studied beetle lineage from the new world tropics.

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