Small-scale patterns in community structure of Sarracenia purpurea inquilines
MATERIALS AND METHODS--Including data presented in this paper, there are 16 known sites that contain hosts of the inquiline
Studies of the biology of a symbiosis between the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica Gmelin) and an inquiline
cnidarian, Eutima sp.
Rarely do inhabitants of galls remaining on host plants survive the winter, but in this case adults of Periclistus inquilines
and parasitoids emerged from both galls in the litter and galls on the plant.
Variance in composisiton of inquiline
communities in leaves of Sarracenia purpurea L.
Even at the most uncertain node (the ancestor common to the inquiline
clade and the gall-inducing Diastrophus) gall induction has 17 times more support than inquilinism.
This seems logic, as the inquiline
exploits the gall wall and has a certain requirement of space.
dyscherus were used by two different inquiline
Askew (1984) considered the inquilines
an artificial, polyphyetic group, and Gauld and Bolton (1988) suggested that each inquiline
evolved from its host.
Mealybugs are also a common inquiline
inside galls produced by Gynaikothrips and may be a source of honeydew for T.
Besides the galler and the inquiline
, four parasitoids species which belong to a new Tetrastichinae genus (Eulophidae), Platygastridae, Pteromalidae and Torymidae (Hymenoptera) were found (Maia and Azevedo, 2009).
Myrmecophilus pergandei, Mymecophilidae, imported, fire ants, Solenopsis, trophallaxis, inquiline