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BACCETTI B. (Éd. sc.), 1987
Evolutionary biology of orthopteroid insects
Ellis Horwood Ltd, Series in Entomology and Acarology, Chichester, 612 p.

Table of contents, p. 5-8
Preface, B. Baccetti, p. 9-10.
Dedication, p. 11

1. Spermatazoa and phylogeny in orthopteroid insects, B. Baccetti, p. 12-112, 348 fig.
2. Evolutionary cytotaxonomy in nine species of Chorthippus (Orthoptera, Acrididae), J. Belda, J. Cabrero, J.P.M. Camacho & F. Pascual, p. 112-123, 5 fig.
3. Primitive Orthoptera and primitive plants, R. E. Blackith, p. 124-126.
4. Factors in the reproductive isolation between Dociostaurus curvicercus uv, D. jagoi jagoi and D. genei litoralis, S.A. Blondheim, p. 127-133, 5 fig.
5. Speciation by hybridization in Orthopteroid insects, L. BuIIini & G. Nascetti, p. 134-147, 5 fig.
6. Cytological markers for analysing evolutionary relationships between related species of Orthopteroids, J.P.M. Camacho, F. Pascualt, J. Belda & J. Cabrero, p. 148-156, 2 fig.
7. Itafian and European Dermaptera of the museums of Florence and Milan studied by H.Steinmann, F. Capra, p. 157-173, 31 fig., 4 pl.
8. Evolutionary and ecological aspects on ovarian diversity in Phasmida, U. Carlberg, p. 174-176, 1 fig.
9. Further genetic studies of Melanoplus sanguinipes (F.) populations, W. Chapcot, M.J. Bidochka & F.R.H. Hodson, p. 177-183, 1 fig.
10. Morphometric and pigmentary variation in Calliptamus barbarus, Costa, 1836 in relationship with the environment, and its taxonomic value, M.E. Clemente, M.D. Garcia & J.J. Presa, p. 184-189, 3 fig.
11. Using the scanning electron microscope in orthopteroid taxonomy, M.E. Dakin, p. 190-194, 12 fig.
12. Contribution of Blattaria to the biogeography of the Mediterranean area, C. Failla & A. Messina, p. 194-207, 12 fig.
13. The genus Miramella Dovnar-Zapolskij, 1933, in the Balkan and Carpathian regions, A. Galvagni, p. 208-218, 21 fig.
14. Orthopterology in transition: PAAS is prologue !, S.K. Gangwere & V.R. Vickery, p. 218-223.
15. Preliminary notes on the Acridoidea of Madeira (Portugal): distribution and behaviour , S.K. Gangwere, p. 224-228.
16. The chromosome system of Chorthippus jucundus (Fisch.) (Orthoptera), J. Gosálvez, C. López-Fernández, C. García de la Vega, J.S. Rufas & E. Morales Agacino, p. 229-234, 2 fig.
17. Morphometric and chromosome divergence in three species of the genus Arcyptera (Acrididae), J. Gosálvez, C. López-Fernández & E. Morales Agacino, p. 235-239, 1 fig.
18. Distribution and hybridization of species of the genus Ephippiger Bert. 1827 in the Briançon and Vallouise regions (Hautes-Alpes, France), P. Grandcolas, p. 240-245, 3 fig.
19. Biogeography of the Orthoptera of northern Spain, Luis Herrera Mesa, p. 246-251, 3 fig.
20. Speciation in the Orthoptera - insights from hybrid zones, Godfrey M. Hewitt, p. 252-259.
21. The present status of orthopterology in China, Chia-Chi Hsiung, p. 260-272, 2 fig.
22. Genetical and behavioural factors separating two sibling species of Catantops Schaum 1853 (Orthoptera : Acrididae: Catantopinae) in West Africa, N.D. Jago & J.P. Grunshaw, p. 273-280, 3 fig.
23. The geographical distribution of the predatory genus Phisis Stål, 1861 (Grylloptera : Tettigonioidea), Xing-bao Jin, p. 280-292, 5 fig.
24. The status of the South African Acridoidea s.l. (Orthoptera : Caelifera), Palle Johnsen, p. 293-295.
25. The Orthoptera, s. str., and Grylloptera, or grigs, of Micronesia - a preliminary survey, D. Keith. McE. Kevan, p. 296-324, 3 fig.
26. Some characters in meso- and metanotum of Acridoidea (Orthoptera) and their utilization in taxonomy, Marcello La Greca, p. 325-332, 4 pl.
27. Structure and function of the posterior prolongation of dorsum and of lateral lobes of pronotum in Acridoidea (Orthoptera), Marcello La Greca, p. 333-341, 20 fig.
28. Orthoptera of xerothermic habitats in Poland and their origin, AIma Liana, p. 342-346.
29. Evolutionary differentiation of right and left tegmina in crickets, Sinzo Masaki, Mitsuko Kataoka, Kazuga Shirato & Masahide Nakagahara, p. 347-357.
30. An overview of egg structure in Orthopteroid insects, Massimo Mazzini, p. 358-372, 8 pl.
31. On the taxonomy and geonemy of the genus Miramella in the Alps, the Jura, the Vosges, the "Schwarzwald", and the "Pfalzerwald", A. Nadig, p. 373-376, 2 pl.
32. Vicinity as a modifying factor in the Orthoptera fauna of smaller biogeographical units, B. Nagy, p. 377-385, 3 fig.
33. On etho-ecological characteristics and phylogeny of Tetrigidae, S.Y. Paranjape, A.M. Bhalerao, & N.M. Naidu, p. 386-395, 10 fig.
34. Morphological and cytogenetical differentiation between populations of Chorthippus binotatus (Charpentier) (Orthoptera, Acrididae), F. Pascual, J. Belda, J. Cabrero, & J.P.M. Camacho, p. 396-399, 1 fig.
35. Effects and applied potential of anti-hormones in acridids, M.P. Pener, p. 400-413, 1 fig.
36. Endemism among the Orthopterans (Orthoptera) in the Bulgarian mountains, Georgi Petrov Peschev, p. 414-417.
37. Speciation and biogeography of some southern European Orthoptera, as revealed by their songs, David R. Ragge, p. 418-426, 17 fig.
38. Techniques and approaches in studying an unknown fauna : the Tettigoniidae of Australia, D.C.F. Rentz, p. 427-432.
39. Considerations in naming a family : the Orthoptera family Cooloolidae, D.C.F. Rentz, p. 433-437, 5 fig.
40. Distribution and relationships of the Australian Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) : pointers to past climatic changes, Aola M. Richards, p. 438-449, 5 fig.
41. Behavioural studies on neotropical grasshoppers : implications for taxonomy, Klaus Riede, p. 450-454.
42. Taxonomy of the African acridoid fauna : progress and prospects 1970-1985, J. Mark Ritchie, p. 455-469.
43. The biogeography of Costa Rican acridid grasshoppers, in relation to their putative phylogenetic orgins and ecology, C.H.F. Rowell, p. 470-482
44. General observations on the systematics of Mantodea, Roger Roy, p. 483-487.
45. Overview of the biogeography of African mantides, Roger Roy, p. 489-495.
46. Phylogenetic and evolutionary information on Dermapterafrom the point ofview of insect integrated taxonomy, Seiroku Sakai, p. 496-513, 10 fig.
47. Microevolutionary studies in Dolichopodinae cave crickets, Valerio Sbordoni, Giuliana Allegrucci, Adalgisa Caccone, Gianmaria Carchini & Donatella Cesaroni, p. 514-540, 12 fig.
48. The evolution of the genus Bacillus (Phasmatodea Bacillidae) from a karyological point of view, Valerio Scali & Ombretta Marescalchi, p. 541-549, 15 fig.
49. Adaptation of Saltatoria to various climatic factors with regard to their survival in ditTerent geographical regions, Gerhard H. Schmidt, p. 550-565, 3 fig.
50. The phylogeny and biogeography of Mediastinia (Dictyoptera : Blattaria : Blattellidae) : a preliminary report, J.S. Strazanac, p. 566-570, 4 fig.
51. Speciation and taxonomic features in tree crickets (Grylloidea : Oecanthidae), Robert B. Toms, p. 571-580, 3 fig.
52. The northern Nearctic Orthoptera : their origins and survival, V.R. Vickery, p. 581-591, 10 fig.
53. Patterns of gene flow disruption in the evolution of the genus Arphia (Acrididae : Oedipodinae), Robert B. Willey, p. 592-600, 1 fig.

Index, p. 601-612.

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