A review of the subfamily
Amblyseiinae Muma (Acari: Phytoseiidae): Part I.
Annotated list o the leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) of Kentucky: Subfamily
Whereas phylogenetic relationships and classification within the Psychodidae family is only known for the subfamily
Phlebotominae, species-rich Pscyhodinae subfamily
relationships with other species and within the family remains poorly understood (18).
Gorochov AV (2017b) New and little-known crickets of the subfamily
Phalangopsinae (Orthoptera, Gryllidae).
However, the Hymenoptera family or subfamily
community composition did differ significantly with road proximity (PERMANOVA; [F.sub.2,26] = 1.0802; p = 0.014; [R.sup.2] = 0.12954).
The second most diverse taxon was the subfamily
Formicinae, with 21% of the species collected in Rio Grande do Sul and 20% in Santa Catarina being from this subfamily
Kim, "Analysis of newly identified low copy AluYj subfamily
," Genes and Genetic Systems, vol.
Then a subfamily
S of [tau] is called a subbase for [tau] if the family of finite intersections of its members forms a base for [tau].
Key to the subfamilies of Naucoridae with a generic synopsis of the new subfamily
The Charipinae (Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea: Figitidae) is an important subfamily
characterized being hyperparasitoids of aphids and psyllids.
Ants of the Pseudomyrmecinae subfamily
(Hymenoptera: Formicidae) are distinctly agile, large-eyed, and wasp-like with a well-developed sting (Ward, 1990).
Based on Figure 2.1, the Campopleginae was the most common subfamily
in the area of study with 56 individuals that contributes to 58.9% of the total data recorded.