Polygonia


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Skipper fruticosa Polygonia Hoary Comma Phlox hoodii gracilis (Grote and Robinson) Polygonia Satyr Comma Urtica satyrus (W.
Seasonal plasticity in life history traits: growth and development in Polygonia c-album (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae).
Effects of changing photoperiods in the life cycle regulation of the comma butterfly, Polygonia c-album (Nymphalidae).
Seasonal polyphenism, a change in larval, pupal or adult butterfly color, pattern or form, in response to changes in temperature, photoperiod, humidity, and other environmental factors, has been documented globally in many butterfly species (Shapiro 1976; Brakefield 1996), including Polygonia c-album Linnaeus (Wiklund & Tullberg 2004), Eurema daira (Godart) (Daniels 1999), and Pontia occidentalis (Reakirt) (Kingsolver 1995).
Es mas, muchos hongos fitopatogenos muestran antagonismo mutuo; este es el caso de los hongos del alamo blanco Phellinus tremulae y Peniophora polygonia, resultando los metabolitos fungicos responsables de dicho fenomeno (Trifonov et al.
For example, the data set contains three genus and species of "cowfish" including Lactophrys polygonia, L.
Boxfish V Lactophrys bicaudalis Spotted trunkfish T Lactophrys polygonia Honeycomb cowfish V Lactophrys trigonus Trunkfish V Tetraodontidae Canthigaster rostrata Sharpnose puffer V Diodon sp.
Interestingly, Wedell (1996) showed that the quality of the received spermatophore (dependent on male larval host plant) affected female reproductive effort and longevity in another polyandrous butterfly, Polygonia c-album.
1993); Pieris rapae, Pontia daplidicae, Polygonia c-album (Wedell, Karlsson, and Wiklund pers.