List Of Boxes

Box 1.1 Collected to extinction? 16 Box 1.2 Tramp ants and biodiversity, 17 Box 1.3 Sustainable use of mopane worms, 19 Box 3.1 Molecular genetic techniques and their application to neuropeptide research, 60 Box 3.2 Tracheal hypertrophy in mealworms at low oxygen concentrations, 69 Box 3.3 The filter chamber of Hemiptera, 71 Box 3.4 Cryptonephric systems, 79 Box 4.1 Aural location of host by a parasitoid fly, 91 Box 4.2 The electroantennogram, 9 7 Box 4.3 Reception of communication molecules, 99 Box 4.4 Biological clocks, 106 Box 5.1 Courtship and mating in Mecoptera, 116 Box 5.2 Nuptial feeding and other "gifts", 121 Box 5.3 Sperm precedence, 126 Box 5.4 Control of mating and oviposition in a blow fly, 130

Box 5.5 Egg-tending fathers - the giant water bugs, 132

Box 6.1 Molecular insights into insect development, 148

Box 6.2 Calculation of day-degrees, 168 Box 6.3 Climatic modeling for fruit flies, 174 Box 7.1 Relationships of the Hexapoda to other

Arthropoda, 181 Box 9.1 Ground pearls, 222

Box 9.2 Non-insect hexapods (Collembola, Protura, and Diplura), 230 Box 9.3 Archaeognatha (bristletails) and Zygentoma

(Thysanura; silverfish), 232 Box 9.4 Grylloblattodea (Grylloblattaria, Notoptera;

grylloblattids, ice or rock crawlers), 233 Box 9.5 Embiidina or Embioptera (embiids, webspinners), 234 Box 9.6 Zoraptera, 234 Box 9.7 Dermaptera (earwigs), 235

Box 9.8 Blattodea (Blattaria; cockroaches, roaches), 236

Box 10.1 Ephemeroptera (mayflies), 252

Box 10.2 Odonata (damselflies and dragonflies), 253

Box 10.3 Plecoptera(stoneflies), 255

Box 10.4 Trichoptera (caddisflies), 255

Box 10.5 Diptera (true flies), 257

Box 10.6 Other aquatic orders, 258

Box 11.1 Induced defenses, 268

Box 11.2 The grape phylloxera, 2 76

Box 11.3 Salvinia and phytophagous weevils, 280

Box 11.4 Figs and fig wasps, 284

Box 11.5 Orthoptera (grasshoppers, locusts, katydids, and crickets), 289 Box 11.6 Phasmatodea (phasmatids, phasmids, stick-insects or walking sticks), 290 Box 11.7 Thysanoptera (thrips), 291 Box 11.8 Hemiptera (bugs, cicadas, leafhoppers, spittle bugs, planthoppers, aphids, jumping plant lice, scale insects, whiteflies), 292 Box 11.9 Psocoptera (booklice, barklice, or psocids), 294

Box 11.10 Coleoptera (beetles), 295

Box 11.11 Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths), 296

Box 12.1 The dance language of bees, 310

Box 12.2 Hymenoptera (bees, ants, wasps, sawflies, and wood wasps), 325 Box 12.3 Isoptera (termites), 326 Box 13.1 Viruses, wasp parasitoids, and host immunity, 337 Box 13.2 Mantodea (mantids), 348 Box 13.3 Mantophasmatodea (heel walkers), 349 Box 13.4 Neuropterida, or neuropteroid orders,

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