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Title: Female ectodermal genitalia of the taxa of the Kelisia guttula-group (Homoptera Fulgoromorpha Delphacidae): not only an example for specialized coorganization with male genitalia without obvious reasons, but also a character set apt for species discrimination in westpalaearctic taxa?
Authors: Remane, Reinhard
Guglielmino, Adalgisa
Keywords: Kelisiinae
Evolutionary coorganization
Hypertrophic specialisation
Orthogenetic evolution
Biogeography (Spain, France, Central Europe)
Taxonomy
Kelisia occirrega n. sp.
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Remane, R., Guglielmino, A. 2002. Female ectodermal genitalia of the taxa of the Kelisia guttula-group (Homoptera Fulgoromorpha Delphacidae): not only an example for specialized coorganization with male genitalia without obvious reasons, but also a character set apt for species discrimination in westpalaearctic taxa? "Marburger Entomologische Publikationen" 3 (2): 21-38
Abstract: In the course of evolution male and female external and internal ectodermal genitalic structures in the taxa of the monophyletic Kelisia guttula-group have been enlarged and differentiated in a very special way in comparison to plesiomorphic taxa of Kelisiinae. Functional reasons for this “orthogenetic” evolution are not yet known, as it seems. In evolutory “coorganization” the evolution of a proportionally very large genital segment and an extremely long, thin and flexible aedeagus in the males
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1566
ISSN: 0173-1076
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