Habitats of solitary and gregarious species in the Neotropical Zetoborinae (Insecta, Blattaria)

Abstract : The habitats of five species of Zetoborinae are described and some data are presented on population structure and spatial repartition. The Zetoborinae subfamily comprised six species in French Guiana. Five species (Thanatophyllum akinelum, Schultesia nitor, Lanxoblalta emarginata, Phortioeca nimbata, Schizopiliafisslcollis) were observed and their habitats were defined. Some data concerning population structures and spatial repartitions were also presented. Thanatophyllum akinetum was solitary while other species appeared to be gregarious. No familial structure was observed.
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Philippe Grandcolas. Habitats of solitary and gregarious species in the Neotropical Zetoborinae (Insecta, Blattaria). Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment, Taylor & Francis: STM, Behavioural Science and Public Health Titles, 1993, 28 (3), pp.179 - 190. ⟨10.1080/01650529309360902⟩. ⟨hal-01862978⟩

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