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Erste Fotos von Anisoscelis podalicus (Brailovsky & Mayorga, 1995) im Internet (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Coreidae: Anisoscelidini).

First photographs of Anisoscelis podalicus (Brailovsky & Mayorga, 1995) in the Internet (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Coreidae: Anisocelidini). BV news Publicaciones Científicas. no. 4 p. 21-24. 2012  
Author(s):
van der Heyden, Torsten. Immenweide 83 D-22523 Hamburg DE E-mail: tmvdh@web.de.
Keywords:
ANIMALS; INVERTEBRATES; ARTHROPODS; INSECTS; HEMIPTERA; HETEROPTERA; COREIDAE; ANISOCELIDINI; ANISOSCELIS PODALICUS; BITTA PODALICA; PHOTO IDENTIFICATION; BIOLOGY; COSTA RICA; CENTRAL AMERICA; ESCAZU (CANTON); AREA DE CONSERVACION CORDILLERA VOLCANICA CENTRAL
Summary:
After noticing that there are just a few photos - uploaded by myself - of Anisoscelis podalicus (Heteroptera: Coreidae: Anisoscelidini) available in the Internet and that there is little information about the biology of this Neotropical species to be found, related photos and information shall be published here.
ISSN:
1989-7170.
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Organization for Tropical Studies
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National Bibliography on Tropical Biology (BINABITROP), contains published literature about Costa Rica. As of today, the database includes more than references to theses, dissertations, monographs, journals, congresses, etc. The biological concept (sensus latus) used includes agricultural, forestry and environmental sciences, natural resources, and veterinary medicine. Bibliografía Nacional en Biología Tropical (BINABITROP) contiene literatura publicada sobre Costa Rica. La base de datos tiene actualmente más de registros que incluyen tesis de grado, monografías, publicaciones periódicas, ponencias en congresos, simposios, talleres, etc. El concepto biológico (sensus latus) utilizado incluye las ciencias agrícolas, forestales, ambientales, de la tierra y el mar, recursos naturales y medicina veterinaria.

 

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