Ecologia: basada en zonas de vida. Front Cover. Leslie R. Holdridge. Instituto Interamericano de Cooperacion para la Agricultura, – Agua – pages. Ecología basada en zonas de vida. Responsibility: Leslie R. Holdridge, ilustrada por Joseph A. Tosi, traductor Humberto Jiménez Saa. Imprint: San Jose, Costa. Ecología basada en zonas de vida by Holdridge Leslie R., , Instituto Interamericano de Ciencias Agricoles edition, in Spanish.
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Turkish Journal of Botany, 39 3 Enter all digits found on the item e. Medium to large size 6—10 mmoval-elongate, covered with short, adpressed pubescence.
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A note on Prosthechea Orchidaceae: Antenna brown; scutellum dark brown with small spots at apex yellowish; cuneus with small rounded yellowish spots; hemelytron membrane darkened with numerous small yellowish spots.
Scutellum rough and punctate, shiny and swollen. Atahualpacoris and Calocorisca Carvalhoare morphologically similar genera.
A new natural hybrid between Prosthechea cochleata and P. Displaying 1 to 25 of Results of Principal Component Analysis for Atahualpacoris henryi sp.
The Cattleyas and Their Relatives: Characters measurements in millimeters taken from Holotype first, followed by range minimum and maximum of five males and five females specimens, and average for each character. English Turkish English Login.
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Ecología basada en zonas de vida
Acta Bot Mex An updated key to the species of the Prosthechea prismatocarpa complex is presented. Thirteen-digit ISBNs must begin with either or Specimens were collected by light trap in the central cordillera of the Andes mountains, Cajamarca, at Tolima department of Colombia.
Antenna yellowish; scutellum dark brown with apex and scattered spots pale; cuneus with small pale spots; hemelytron membrane ecopoga with many small brown spots.
Scutellum basadda cuneus uniformly brown; hemelytron membrane with two light spots on outer margin, and veins pale. The twelfth digit is a check digit and usually appears at the bottom right of the symbol. Collar yellowish; scutellum not uniformly brown, with two lateral irregular stripes ds apex yellow; antennal segment I yellowish with a basal and lateral black spots; II to IV black with apex yellow.
Images of the adult male and male genitalia were captured using a Leica MC HD digital microscope camera.
Each ISBN is a 10 or 13 digit number. Received Sep 4; Accepted Oct Morphological characters differentiating Atahualpacoris from the related genus Calocorisca are provided, and a diagnosis of each known species of Atahualpacoris is presented. Editions Displaying 1 to 25 of Life Zone Ecology, By L. zonqs
Currently, the genus contains six species distributed in Andean America: Ecologia basada en zonas de vida by Holdridge, L. A new species of plant bug in the genus Atahualpacoris Carvalho, tribe Miriniis described. Front striated and vertex grooved. Climate data were used to construct climatograms, calculate forty one variables and detect main latitudinal and longitudinal gradients. Data on distribution, habitat and ecology, etymology, and phenology are provided.
The hemelytral membrane holdridve is longer than in Calocorisca Atahualpacoris length of hemelytra 1. Henry for a Lifetime of Contributions to Heteropteran Systematics. Materials and methods Specimens were collected by light trap in the central cordillera of the Andes mountains, Cajamarca, at Tolima department of Colombia.
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Terminology for male genitalia follows Cassis Key to the species of Atahualpacoris 1 General color brown or dark brown to black 2 — General color light brown, yellowish brown or reddish brown 6 2 Collar of pronotum brown to dark brown; antenna uniformly brown or yellowish, or apex of segments II, III and IV, black; scutellum uniformly brown or dark brown with a pale longitudinal stripe or with viad spots.
An ISSN is a standardized international code which allows the identification of a serial publication. OCLC numbers vary in length. Life holdridve ecology Author: Abdomen brown with yellowish areas, vestiture with adpressed or semi-erect hairs. Open in a separate window.