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THREE SPECIES OF FACULTATIVE MYODOCHINI (LYGAEOIDEA: RHYPAROCHROMIDAE: MYODOCHINI) ASSOCIATED WITH FIGS IN MEXICO
LUIS MANUEL CERVANTES PEREDO
Sagrario Gámez Virués
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The biology of the lygaeoids Myodocha intermedia Distant, M. unispinosa Stil.l, and Neopamera bilobata (Say) were studied in eastern Mexico between 2001 and 2003. Descriptions and illustrations of their immature stages are presented for the first time. Their life cycles under laboratory conditions and wild fig hosts are also included. These lygaeoids are reported as frequent facultative, terrestrial seed predators of Ficus spp.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington
2005
Artículo
Cervantes L., Gámez-Virués S. 2005. THREE SPECIES OF FACULTATIVE MYODOCHINI (LYGAEOIDEA: RHYPAROCHROMIDAE: MYODOCHINI) ASSOCIATED WITH FIGS IN MEXICO. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. 107 (2): 362-375
BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA
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