Palearctic


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Palearctic

[¦pāl·ē′ärd·ik]
(ecology)
Pertaining to a biogeographic region including Europe, northern Asia and Arabia, and Africa north of the Sahara.
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Eight Palearctic or European linyphiid species were recorded from the five-state region.
Cosmopolitan (C), Holarctic (H), introduced (P/Au), Palearctic (PA),
Neophyllomyza Melander is a small genus of acalyptrate flies (Brake 2000), there are 2 Palearctic (Villeneuve 1920; Hendel 1924), 2 Afrotropical (Lamb 1914; Seguy 1938), 2 Australian (Hendel 1907; Curran 1936), 2 Nearctic (Melander 1913; Brochu & Wheeler 2009) and 1 Neotropical species (Williston 1907).
The Palearctic was under control, Africa he knew, North America he was conquering, and his work on the Indo-Pacific will always be a classic of heteropterology.
Anatidae migration in the western Palearctic and spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 virus.
Gall wasps mainly belong to the family Cynipidae that attack herbaceous and tree species in the Palearctic and Nearctic regions[6].
rubrolineata Keyserling 1877 (Oxyopidae), live strictly associated with many species of glandular plants in Neotropical, Neartic, Afrotropical, and Palearctic regions (Vasconcellos-Neto et al.
Among the various generalist predators, Miridae (Hemiptera) species are being researched and commercialized to control whiteflies, especially the Palearctic species Macrolophus pygmaeus (Rambur) (Miridae), incorrectly identified as M.
Some of the smaller but equally noteworthy collections now at AMNH are from Igor Sienkiewicz, representing little known eastern European regions and the Palearctic in general, and G.
Distinct centers of endemism have been pointed out in mainland West Palearctic areas (Deltshev 1999; Marusik & Koponen 2002) and in some Atlantic archipelagoes (Borges & Brown 1999; Arnedo et al.
They breed across a large geographic area of arctic and subarctic tundra, with fulva occupying a largely Palearctic range from the Yamal Peninsula, Russia, to western Alaska (Vaurie 1965, American Ornithologists' Union 1998), and dominica occupying a Nearctic breeding range from western Alaska to Baffin Island, Canada (American Ornithologists Union 1998; Fig.
The majority of species are known to occur in the Oriental Region (Gorczyca, 2006; Wolski and Gorczyca, 2012) with some members having been so far reported from the Palearctic (Yasunaga, 2000; Yasunaga and Miyamoto, 2006), Afrotropical (Gorczyca, 2000), and Australian (Carvalho and Lorenzato, 1978) regions.