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Journal of Thermal Biology, ISSN 0306-4565, 05/2018, Volume 74, p. 84
Insects can use thermoregulation to keep their body temperatures within a certain range in response to thermal stress situations. The mechanisms to regulate... 
Heat | Water loss | Insects | Temperature effects | Body temperature | Tolerance | Thermoregulation | Dung | Stress response | Species | Stress | Thermography
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 08/2013, Volume 8, Issue 8, p. e73147
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Environmental Entomology, ISSN 0046-225X, 2012, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 238 - 244
ABSTRACT Although the preference of dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) for specific types and conditions of dung has been given substantial attention,... 
feeding preference | Phanaeus | niche partitioning | exotic species | Onthophagus | CONSERVATION | RAIN-FOREST | EAT | SCARABAEOIDEA | ENTOMOLOGY | Food Preferences | Animals | Feces | Species Specificity | North America | Coleoptera - physiology | Carnivores | Congeners | Carrion | Dung | Pitfall traps | Diets | mammals | Farms | omnivores | plains | Nutrients | Herbivores | Sampling | Niches
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SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, ISSN 0048-9697, 09/2018, Volume 636, pp. 1219 - 1227
Ground Beetles (Carabidae) have been suggested to be used as indicators of ecological status under the effects of anthropogenic land use and land cover changes... 
Land use changes | BIODIVERSITY | Biodiversity conservation | VEGETATION STRUCTURE | DIVERSITY PATTERNS | Brazilian Amazon | Landscape heterogeneity | PLANT DIVERSITY | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | INDICATORS | SOUTHERN BRAZIL | HABITAT | BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST | SPECIES RICHNESS | DUNG BEETLES
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Environmental Entomology, ISSN 0046-225X, 02/2019, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp. 97 - 104
Abstract The Brazilian Cerrado, a hotspot and the largest savannah in the world, has been undergoing intense changes in land use for urbanization. The creation... 
Gymnetini | biodiversity conservation | Brazilian savannah | fruit chafer beetle | urban ecology | MATO-GROSSO | URBANIZATION | ENTOMOLOGY | FOREST | CONSERVATION | EVOLUTION | SCARABAEIDAE CETONIINAE | SPECIES RICHNESS | MONOGRAPHIC REVISION | AQUIDAUANA | DUNG BEETLES
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Journal of Natural History, ISSN 0022-2933, 07/2019, Volume 53, Issue 27-28, pp. 1751 - 1765
A new genus of the tribe Deltochilini, Atlantemolanum new genus, endemic to the Atlantic Forest of Brazil, is proposed here to include two species formerly... 
Deltochilini | Deltochilum | Atlantic forest | Atlantemolanum n. gen | Scarabaeinae | HYBOMIDIUM | ZOOLOGY | ECOLOGY | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | Deforestation | Forests | Beetles | Dung | New genera | New combinations
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Annals of the Entomological Society of America, ISSN 0013-8746, 2015, Volume 108, Issue 6, pp. 986 - 992
ABSTRACT We report that male Japanese beetles produce substrate-borne vibrational signals during mating. Males produced these signals while mounted on the... 
cryptic female choice | seismic communication | copulatory courtship | Popillia japonica | introduced species | POPILLIA-JAPONICA NEWMAN | STRIDULATION | FEMALES | ENTOMOLOGY | COMMUNICATION | DUNG BEETLES
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Annals of the Entomological Society of America, ISSN 0013-8746, 03/2016, Volume 109, Issue 2, pp. 216 - 223
Coprophagous beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) play an important ecological role in the management of grazing and cycling of nutrients within different... 
Abundance | Central Saudi Arabia | Dung beetle | Species richness | Diversity | abundance | central Saudi Arabia | ASSEMBLAGES | dung beetle | LOS TUXTLAS | SCARABAEOIDEA | ENTOMOLOGY | FOREST | MEXICO | ALPS | diversity | species richness | CONSERVATION | COMMUNITY | HABITAT | SELECTION
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ZooKeys, ISSN 1313-2989, 2018, Volume 2018, Issue 745, pp. 1 - 99
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 12/2018, Volume 429, pp. 294 - 299
Coleoptera are important components of forest ecosystems and can be affected by forest management schemes aimed at limiting fuel build-up. Our research... 
Beetles | Chrysomelidae | Mordellidae | Prescribed fire | Appalachian Mountains | Nitidulidae | Fuel reduction | Mechanical thinning | NORTH-CAROLINA | FOREST MANAGEMENT-PRACTICES | VISITING INSECTS | TERRESTRIAL | ARTHROPODS | COMMUNITY | INDICATORS | BIOINDICATORS | OLD-GROWTH | FORESTRY | DUNG BEETLES | Prescribed burning | Sustainable forestry | Methods | Deciduous forests
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