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Related to suborder: suborder Nematocera, suborder Odontoceti, suborder Mysticeti
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We first compared the proportion of species in the uncommon/rare category to the proportion of common species between the suborders Anisoptera and Zygoptera (Table 1).
The first representative of the suborder Mesotitanina from the Paleozoic and notes on the system and evolution of the order Titanoptera (Insecta: Polyneoptera).
Most molecular phylogenetic studies of beetles (order Coleoptera) using 18S rDNA have recovered the suborders Adephaga and Polyphaga as sister groups, together sister to the suborders Myxophaga and Archostemata, with Archostemata alone or in combination with Myxophaga as the closest relative of all other beetles.
While the CARP outputs reported by Stockwell (1999) and Stockwell and Peters (1999) take the form of probability that a species is present at each point within an area of interest, DesktopGarp output is in binary (Pereira 2005), as 1 indicating presence and 0 absence of a given Suborder at each of the grid points.
Maternal care has been reported for many families of the suborder Laniatores, especially among the Neotropical representatives of the superfamily Gonyleptoidea (see Machado & Warfel 2006).
The soils of most of the areas capable of supporting wetlands in these arid eco-regions correspond to Entisols of suborder Fluvent.
As previously stated, the two rodent suborders contain both ID retroposons and the BC1 RNA gene, although only the guinea pig was represented for the Suborder Hystricognathi (Sapienza and Jacques 1986, Anzai et al.
I tested if classifying arthropods by family instead of order or suborder explained more variation in adjusted log(mg N) with the general linear test approach (Neter et al.
Each component within the polygon was classified using the key in the Australian Soil Classification (ASC) (Isbell 2002) to Suborder level because associated soils in the mapped units can be as important as the dominant soil, or more so, depending on the application.
To the Editor: Bacteria of the genus Williamsia are mycolic acid containing actinomycetes of the suborder Corynebacterineae (1).
scolopes Berry, 1913 AN/BO Hawaii, USA Order TEUTHOIDEA Suborder MYOPSIDA Family Loliginidae Loligo chinensis Gray, 1849 ZH South China Sea Suborder OEGOPSIDA Family Chtenopterygidae Chtenopteryx sicula (Verany, 1851) AN Pacific Ocean Order OCTOPODA Suborder CIRRATA Family Cirroteuthidae Monterey Bay, CA Grimpoteuthis sp.