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Suborder

A secondary architectural order, introduced chiefly for decoration, as distinguished from a main order of a structure.

suborder

A secondary architectural order, introduced chiefly for decoration, as distinguished from a main order of a structure.
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Ll: La Laguna, Ma: Mesa Alta, Co: Comejenes Suborder Genus Species Individuals Locality Erythemis vesiculosa 2 [masculinidad], Ll, Ma 1 [feminidad] Erythrodiplax sp.
Without Order-tier characters, the taxa grouped out into smaller clades in cladogram 2 (not shown) and based on their Suborder or Great Group characters.
They are constituted by typical taxa of the Boreal Realm, on which representatives of the suborder Lagenina are the most abundant components (Haynes, 1981; Murray, 1989), usually accompanied by variable percentages of representatives of the suborders Textulariina, Spirillinina, Miliolina, Robertinina and Rotaliina depending on paleoecological conditions.
Conducting the analyses within suborders, Anisoptera had a significantly higher proportion of uncommon/rare species that primarily inhabited lotic habits ([chi square] = 11.
I collected 121 samples of spiders and insects containing 1,490 specimens in 9 orders or suborders, 33 families, and 43 subfamilies or genera (Table 1).
Cohen's Kappa coefficient (Cohen 1960) was calculated both the abridged Suborder and Order levels using the jack-knife samples.
The first class was defined using the following soil suborders as indicators of wetland presence, since they are related to hydromorphic processes: Alfisols of Suborders Aqualfs, Entisols Aquents and Fluvents, Inceptisols Aquepts, Mollisols Aquic and Aquolls and Histosols Saprists and polygons corresponding to Mollisols of Suborders Udolls and Ustolls corresponding to subgroup Aquic (Table 2).
To classify soils to the suborder level requires some additional information, mostly about climate.
However, because differentiating criteria is frequently not mutually exclusive at the suborder level (Isbell 2002), it is possible that a Peaty-Placic soil with a Supra acidic horizon, for example, could exist.
Only 5 species have been previously recorded in Iran, all belonging to the genus Liposcelis Motschulsky 1852, from Liposcelididae, infraorder Nanopsocetae and suborder Troctomorpha.
They have therefore put together this illustrated key to 124 adult specimens of the suborder Anisoptera from the American neotropical regions to serve as an identification source for limnologists, ecologists, and other biologists.