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A new species of the South American genus Metachaetodus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Hybosoridae: Hybosorinae)
Ocampo,Federico C.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2010,
Abstract: a new species of the south american hybosorid genus metachaetodus is described, m. carolineae ocampo sp. nov. a key and diagnostic characters for all known species of the genus are presented. a map with the known distribution for the species is provided. the species m. discus de borre is cited for brazil for the first time.
The Argentinean dung beetle genus Anomiopsoides (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae: Eucraniini): description of a new species, and new synonymies for A. heteroclyta
Ocampo,Federico C.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2007,
Abstract: the taxonomy of the genus anomiopsoides blackwelder is revised. the species a. catamarcae martínez and a. aurita (burmeister) are placed in synonymy with a. heteroclyta (blanchard). anomiopsoides fedemariai sp. nov. is described from argentina. the genus anomiopsoides now consists of four species: a. biloba (burmeister), a. cavifrons (burmeister), a. fedemariai sp. nov. and a. heteroclyta (blanchard). a key is presented for the identification of the species of anomiopsoides.
The Central American genus Aporolaus, new status and taxonomic revision (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Hybosoridae: Hybosorinae)
Ocampo, Federico C.;
Revista mexicana de biodiversidad , 2010,
Abstract: the hybosorine genus aporolaus bates is taxonomically revised. the genus was previously considered as synonym of dicraeodon erichson and, based on a detailed morphological study, is reinstated herein. a generic description and diagnosis for a. fimbriatus bates, the only known species in the genus, is provided along with illustrations of diagnostic characters. a lectotype is designated for a. fimbriatus bates.
The 11 12 December 2003 storm in Southern Italy
S. Federico,C. Bellecci
Advances in Geosciences (ADGEO) , 2006,
Abstract: We review an intense and heavy impact storm that occurred over Calabria, southern Italy, during the 11 and 12 December 2003. The event is traced back, at synoptic and planetary scales, up to 5 December 2003 by National Centre for Environmental Prediction/National Centre for Atmospheric Research (NCEP/NCAR) reanalysis fields and backtrajectories. The role of tropical storm Odette is clearly shown as well as that of the Azores high. Even if non negligible water vapour sources are expected from the Mediterranean sea, unusually large precipitable water was present over the Atlantic mid-latitudes. It is shown that tropical storm Odette determined large evaporation from Atlantic Tropics and the cooperative action of synoptic scale and planetary scale pressure centres focused this humidity into a plume and conveyed it into the Mediterranean area. Full Article in PDF (PDF, 1202 KB) Citation: Federico, S. and Bellecci, C.: The 11 12 December 2003 storm in Southern Italy, Adv. Geosci., 7, 37-44, doi:10.5194/adgeo-7-37-2006, 2006. Bibtex EndNote Reference Manager XML
Pielonefritis crónica
FEDERICO PUGA C
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1973,
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A new paradigm for homeopathic congresses. Un nuevo paradigma para los congresos de homeopat -a. Um novo paradigma para os congressos de homeopatia.
Federico C. Fisch
International Journal of High Dilution Research , 2003,
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A new species of the South American genus Metachaetodus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Hybosoridae: Hybosorinae) Una nueva especie del género sudamericano Metachaetodus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Hybosoridae: Hybosorinae)
Federico C. Ocampo
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2010,
Abstract: A new species of the South American hybosorid genus Metachaetodus is described, M. carolineae Ocampo sp. nov. A key and diagnostic characters for all known species of the genus are presented. A map with the known distribution for the species is provided. The species M. discus De Borre is cited for Brazil for the first time. Se describe una nueva especie del género sudamericano de hybosórido Metachaetodus, M. carolineae Ocampo sp. nov. Se provee una clave para las especies del género y caracteres diagnósticos de cada una. Se suministra un mapa de la distribución de las especies, y se cita por primera vez en Brasil la especie M. discus De Borre.
The Argentinean dung beetle genus Anomiopsoides (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae: Eucraniini): description of a new species, and new synonymies for A. heteroclyta El género argentino de escarabajos estercoleros Anomiopsoides (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae: Eucraniini): descripcción de una especie nueva y nuevas sinonimias para A. heteroclyta
Federico C. Ocampo
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2007,
Abstract: The taxonomy of the genus Anomiopsoides Blackwelder is revised. The species A. catamarcae Martínez and A. aurita (Burmeister) are placed in synonymy with A. heteroclyta (Blanchard). Anomiopsoides fedemariai sp. nov. is described from Argentina. The genus Anomiopsoides now consists of four species: A. biloba (Burmeister), A. cavifrons (Burmeister), A. fedemariai sp. nov. and A. heteroclyta (Blanchard). A key is presented for the identification of the species of Anomiopsoides. Se hace una revisión de la taxonomía del género Anomiopsoides Blackwelder. Las especies A. catamarcae Martínez y A. aurita (Burmeister) son consideradas como sinónimos de A. heteroclyta (Blanchard). Se describe una especie nueva, A. fedemariai sp. nov., especie nueva de Argentina. El género Anomioposoides consiste ahora en cuatro especies, A. biloba (Burmeister), A. cavifrons (Burmeister), A. fedemariai sp. nov. y A. heteroclyta (Blanchard). Se presenta una clave para la identificación de las especies de Anomiopsoides.
The Central American genus Aporolaus, new status and taxonomic revision (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Hybosoridae: Hybosorinae) El género centroamericano Aporolaus, nuevo estatus y revisión taxonómica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Hybosoridae: Hybosorinae)
Federico C. Ocampo
Revista mexicana de biodiversidad , 2010,
Abstract: The hybosorine genus Aporolaus Bates is taxonomically revised. The genus was previously considered as synonym of Dicraeodon Erichson and, based on a detailed morphological study, is reinstated herein. A generic description and diagnosis for A. fimbriatus Bates, the only known species in the genus, is provided along with illustrations of diagnostic characters. A lectotype is designated for A. fimbriatus Bates. Se provee una revisión taxonómica del género de Hybosorinae Aporolaus Bates. Este género era considerado sinónimo de Dicreaeodon Erichson, pero en base a un estudio detallado de su morfología es reestablecido en esta contribución. Se proporciona una descripción y diagnosis de A. fimbriatus, la única especie conocida del género, así como ilustraciones de caracteres diagnósticos. Se designa un lectotipo para A. fimbriatus Bates.
Economic damage caused by spittlebugs (Homoptera: Cercopidae) in Colombia: a first approximation of impact on animal production in Brachiaria decumbens pastures
HOLMANN, FEDERICO;PECK, DANIEL C.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2002000200016
Abstract: using a simulation model as an analysis tool, the economic impact of spittlebugs in pastures of colombia was quantified in terms of animal production. three levels of abundance (10, 25, 50 adults/m2) and farm area affected (25, 50, 100%) were evaluated using data obtained in brazil for notozulia entreriana (berg) on brachiaria decumbens stapf. the model considered dual-purpose production systems in two contrasting ecosystems: (1) the dry tropics, characterized by a well defined, 6-month rainy season and (2) the humid tropics, characterized by uniform rainfall distribution throughout the year. compared to healthy pastures, stocking rate, milk and meat productivity decreased 1-8, 8-34 and 38-54%, respectively, at low, intermediate and high abundance levels, depending on farm area infested. the cost of producing milk and meat increased 0-4, 3-16 and 18-30% at the same infestation levels, causing net income to decrease 3-16, 17-69 and 67-100%. at the regional level, economic damage in the 1,140,000 ha sown to grasses susceptible to spittlebugs in the humid tropics of colombia ranged from us$7-25, 28-36 and 39-47 million/yr. in the 4,720,000 ha of susceptible grasses in the dry tropics, economic damage was us$33-118, 132-175 and 228-273 million/yr. the investment required to develop grass varieties resistant to spittlebugs and adapted to soils with low to intermediate fertility (us$6 million over 12 yr) is low compared with the economic damage caused by spittlebugs in colombia, and therefore presents a major economic incentive for support of research on varietal improvement and spittlebug management.
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