Entries are grouped into sections on regular species, accidental species
, and hypothetical species.
However, we noticed 26 rare or accidental species
with a frequency of <25% and five by incidental species with a frequency between 25 and 50 % (Table I).
The obtained results show the presence of 2 constant species (Aphis fabae and Rhopalosiphum padi), 10 incidental species and 25 accidental species
at the level of the parcel of chickpea variety Flip 90/13C.
idioidea, an accidental species
in relation to our data, was the most abundant species in the work of Sousa et al.
A high percentage of accidental species
in forest communities indicates a more stable environment, while species listed as accessory are better adapted to the communities (Bernardi et al.
Bark-dwelling spiders have been classified according to how strongly connected they are to this habitat (Wunderlich 982) as follows: 1) Exclusive bark-dwellers are species that live on or under the bark during all or most part of their life cycle; 2) Facultative bark-dwellers are species that typically, but not exclusively, use this habitat; and 3) Accidental species
are typically from other habitats and use bark habitats by chance or as an alternative.
The last benthic community shows a low affinity and includes accidental species
with la < -0.5.
2002): constant species (X)= present in more than 50% of collections; accessory species (Y)= present in 25% to 50% of collections and accidental species
(Z)= present in less than 25% of collections.
Recourse "Unto Mount Olivet" for the speaker is purely imaginative, even if excruciating: "A man so wrung with pains, that all his hair, / His skinne, his garments bloudie be" (lines 9-10) suggests a meditative sharing in Christ's sufferings, but poetic artifice renders sweet that which for another was truly agonizing, just as the accidental species
of a Roman sacrament veil even as they embody their substantial counterpart.
Ganula roseotincta is the only accidental species
recorded with a 10% frequency of occurrence.
A similar pattern emerged from the dominance indices, with the groups of dominant, accessory and accidental species
"is not for the squamous." Fleisher has written a fiction that reaches for the edges of the postmodern experiment where all experience unites in one exasperating spew of expression, like the last words of Dutch Schultz, the only response left to the act of being caught and "sentenced" to live within our own grammar, even with the possibilities of parole and langue.