instabilis

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instabilis, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, Ficus, Hura polyandra, Inga eriocarpa, Jacquinia pungens, Licania arborea, Lysiloma microphyllum, Lonchocarpus, Pseudobombax ellipticum, Sapindus saponaria, Sideroxylon capiri, Spondias purpurea, Tabebuia, and Thouinidium decandrum (Pennington and Sarukhan, 2005; Tellez-Garcia, 2008).
Fortune messes up Lover's plans in the Roman de la rose, and finally Petrarch preaches the inconstancy of Fortune in the De remediis utriusque fortunae as well as in the Liber sine nomine:"Volvet motu continuo rotam suam instabilis fortuna et de gente in gentem volubilia regna versabit.
Hosts in Mozambique: Doratulina instabilis (Ribaut) and Stirellus flavovirescens (Stal) (Cicadellidae) (Guglielmino & Olmi 2006).
M] bambusicola (Green) Homalotylus Azteca instabilis Azya orbigera shuvakhinae (F.
Azteca instabilis ants patrol coffee bushes and emit chemical alarm signals when they're under attack by phorid flies.
The cast in this bug-world drama features four main players: the aforementioned Azteca instabilis ant, a tiny insect called the green coffee scale, the predatory lady beetle, and the parasitic phorid fly.
could be divided among Hydropsyche instabilis (60 individuals determined) and Hydropsyche pellucidula (140 individuals determined) according to their relative occurrence 30 : 70) (AQEM Consortium, 2002).
61 instabilis semper et fluctuans means `for ever of no fixed abode and wandering', not `for ever unstable' etc.
31) This is very close to Cennini's warnings about the hazards of copying indiscriminately; we might see fantastichetto as equivalent to Seneca's vagus and instabilis.
Spatial scale and density dependence in a host parasitoid system: an arboreal ant, Azteca instabilis, and its Pseudacteon phorid parasitoid.
instabilis, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, Calophylum brasiliense, Cedrela odorata, Cordia allidora, Cochlospermun vitifolium, Ficus petiolaris, F.
With the exception of the groups attended by Azteca instabilis and Pheidole capillata, all the others had at least 4 periods of ant absence.