5 edition of The Cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, Their Taxonomy and Biogeography found in the catalog.
December 1988 by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Leif Lyneborg (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||108|
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The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands: their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, Cicadoidea). [J P Duffels; A Ewart]. The Cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands their Taxonomy and Biogeography (Homoptera, Cicadoidea) by J. DUFFELS with a chapter on the geological history of the area by A.
EWART (Entomonograph, 10) ( p., [some pl.] fig., 2 tabl.) ISBN 90 04 5 bound Gld. /US$ Periodical cicadas are consistently regular in their life cycle length, but most other cicadas change by a year or two, and even individuals from a single egg batch can mature at different rates.
For most species, emergence from the final nymphal skin occurs during the first few hours after dark; the laborious process can last an hour or more.
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Duffels, J.P. () Biogeography of Indo-Pacific Cicadoidea: a tentative recognition of areas of endemism. Cladistics, 2(4), – Duffels, J.P. (a) The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera.
J.P. DuffelsThe cicadas of Fiji Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, Cicadoidea) Entomonograph, 10 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: The Cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga Islands, Their Taxonomy and Biogeography (Homoptera, Cicad March Annals of the Entomological.
Annals and Magazine of Natural History (5) Distant WL () Samoa and Tonga Islands synonymic catalogue of Homoptera. Part 1. Cicadidae. Trustees of the British Museum, London, pp.
Duffels JP, Ewart A () The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Island, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera: Cicadoidea). Within the Fiji archipelago, the genus has been collected from the two largest islands (Viti Levu and Vanua Levu) and from a handful of mid-sized islands, including Koro, Taveuni, Ovalau and Kadavu.
Little is known about the biology of the Fijian Lordomyrma beyond their association with undisturbed mesic forests, maintenance of small inconspic. Duffels JP, Ewart A () The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, Cited by: Currently Allen Sanborn (Barry University, Florida) and Maxine Heath (retired) are the only cicada systematists working in North America.
They are both part time taxonomists; much of their work focuses/has focused on physiological ecology and biogeography (specifically, summarizing geographic distributions). The present investigation provides comparative morphometrics of the final instar nymphs of three dominant cicada species, i.e., Cryptotympana atrata (Fabricius), Meimuna mongolica (Distant) and Platypleura kaempferi (Fabricius), in Guanzhong Plain, by: A.
Ewart Geological history of the Fiji — Tonga — Samoan region of the S. Pacific, and some palaeogeographic and biogeographic implications. In: “The Cicadas of te Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, Cicadoidea)”.
Entomonograph, 1–Cited by: 3. Duffels JP, Ewart A () The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, cicadoidea). Entomonogr 1– Gray RD, Jordan FM () Language trees support the express-train sequence of Austronesian by: Duffels JP, Ewart A () The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Island, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera: Cicadoidea).
Leiden, Scandinavian Science Press, p. (Entomograph, 10). [ Links ] Ellingson AR, Andersen DC, Kondratieff BC () Observations of the larval stages of Diceroprocta apache Davis (Homoptera: Tibicinidae).
Ewart A () Geological history of the Fiji–Tonga–Samoan region of the S. Pacific, and some paleogeographic and biogeographic implications. In ‘The Cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their Taxonomy and Biogeography. (Homeoptera, Cicadoidea)’. (Ed. JP Duffels) pp.
15– (Vinderup Bogtrykkeri A/S: Vinderup, Denmark)Cited by: 3. Bregman, R. Taxonomy, phylogeny and biogeography of the tridentigera group of the J. The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, Cicadoidea). Z., I. Chou, and L.
The sound characteristics of cicada songs and their significance in classification (Homoptera. Systematic Entomology () 14, THE CICADAS OF THE FIJI, SAMOA AND data. Most of the contributions were presented TONGA ISLANDS, THEIR TAXONOMY at a symposium, ‘Historical Biogeography of the AND BIOGEOGRAPHY (HOMOPTERA, Carribbean Insect Fauna’, held in Florida in CICADOIDEA).
The differences between the topologies are whether Tonga or Vanuatu is sister to Fiji, whether Samoa groups at the base of the Pacific islands, at the base of the more westerly areas or forms a polytomy with these two clades, and whether the Solomon Islands are basal to the more westerly areas or at the base of a New Guinean clade.
Secondly Cited by: Duffels and Ewart (, The Cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and Biogeograohy) noted that “Until recently the present species is only known from three males collected in “Fijii” in by C. Knowles.”.
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The Cicadas of Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga Islands: Their Taxonomy and Biogeography. Entomonograph Cited by: Cicada nymphs differ from the immatures of other Auchenorrhyncha in having fossorial forelegs (modified for digging).
Ecology and Behavior. Female cicadas generally deposit their eggs in twigs or branches of woody host plants, but some oviposit on grasses. Soon after hatching, nymphs drop to the ground and burrow into the soil where they feed.
Ewart, A. Geological history of the Fiji-Tonga-Samoan region of the S.W. Pacific and some palaeogeographic and biogeographic implications. In: J.P. Duffels, The cicadas of Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, Cicadoidea).
Entomon. 15– Google ScholarCited by: This book should be of value to anyone interested in bird evolution and taxonomy, biogeography, distributional history, dispersal and migration patterns.
It provides an up-to-date synthesis of current knowledge on species formation, and the factors influencing current distribution patterns. The King and People of Fiji (The Pasifika Library) by Joseph Waterhouse Paperback from University of Hawaii Press. The Failure of Democratic Politics in Fiji by Stephanie Lawson The Cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, Their Taxonomy and Biogeography: Their Taxonomy and Biogeography (Entomonograph, Vol 10) by J.P.
Duffels, et al. Ewart FT. Geological history of the Fiji–Tonga–Samoan Region of the S.W. Pacific, and some palaeogeographic and biogeographic implications ; In: Lyneborg L. (Ed.). The Cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, Their Taxonomy and Biogeography.
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A Guide to the Birds of Fiji and Western Polynesia: Including American Samoa, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga3/5(2). The avifauna of Fiji is the richest in West us families reach the farthest east of their range, and the island is home to several endemic species and genera, as well as sharing several more endemics with its close neighbours Tonga and Samoa.
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Miscellaneous references containing information on cicadas. More general references are in bold type. Duffels, J. Biogeography of the cicadas of the island of Bacan, J. The cicadas of the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Islands, their taxonomy and biogeography (Homoptera, Cicadoidea). ENTOMONOGRAPH • The most comprehensive book ever written on nature's most effective stress-relieving plant.
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The cicada data summarized in the chapter by de Boer and Duffels shows a more severe faunal attenuation; the cicadas did not penetrate eastward past Samoa, presumably be- cause vicariance was more important than dis. Some islands have received introduced rats without consequent extinction waves.
These include Fiji, Tonga and Samoa. These are islands that have native rats and/or land crabs. Land crabs are nocturnal scavengers that climb trees, enter holes and are the invertebrate ecological equivalent of rats. Projects in her laboratory focus on the systematics, biogeography, evolution of cicadas and their symbionts worldwide, the application of information on molecular evolutionary processes to the improvement of tree-building, speciation and its relationship to past climates and landforms, evolution of periodical life cycles, the role of song in.Author by: Harold Douglas Pratt Languange: en Publisher by: Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 61 Total Download: File Size: 43,5 Mb Description: This is the first field guide to the identification of the birds of the islands of the tropical Pacific, including the Hawaiian Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, southeastern Polynesia, and Micronesia.BY FEROZE DHANOA.
Billions of cicadas and their distinctive chirping sounds are set to rise from the ground in several states, and may emerge on Long Island, next month as part of Author: Ryan Bonner.