VOL. 17 · NO. 2 | December 2008
 
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Journal of Orthoptera Research
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17(2), 117-134, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.117
KEYWORDS: body size, body mass, allometry, scaling, Dyar's Law, life history, sexual size dimorphism, sexual selection, Bergmann's rule, Rensch's rule, protandry, season length, grasshoppers, Crickets, katydids
17(2), 135-139, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.135
KEYWORDS: lubber grasshopper, local population differentiation, seasonal constraints, Climate, body size, biogeography, Acrididae
17(2), 141-147, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.141
KEYWORDS: geography, isolation, morphology, Morphometrics, body size, wing, Eichhornia, Pontederia, water hyacinth, Neotropics
17(2), 149-156, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.149
KEYWORDS: body size, converse Bergmann's rule, Dichroplus pratensis, evapotranspiration, grasshopper, latitudinal gradient, Precipitation, temperature
17(2), 157-163, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.157
KEYWORDS: body size, Bergmann's rule, altitudinal gradient, population density, species richness, Chorthippus vagans, Oedipoda miniata, Poecilimon birandi
17(2), 165-169, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.165
KEYWORDS: geographic variation, protandry, Rensch's rule, spermatophore
17(2), 171-176, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.171
KEYWORDS: Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae, bush-cricket, morphology, sexual size dimorphism, endangered species, isolated population, body mass, femur length
17(2), 177-181, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.177
KEYWORDS: Primary succession, grasshopper, morphometry, body size, sexual dimorphism, displacement capacities
17(2), 183-188, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.183
KEYWORDS: Metrioptera roeseli, body size, experiment, dispersal, colonisation, fragmentation, connectivity, propagule, survival, immune response, asymmetry, introduction, invasion
17(2), 189-196, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.189
KEYWORDS: sexual dimorphism, Rensch's rule, fecundity selection, sexual selection, sexual conflict, intersexual competition
17(2), 197-200, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.197
KEYWORDS: Orthoptera, katydid, grasshopper, sexual size dimorphism, evolution, body size, sexual selection, Mate-guarding, nuptial gift
17(2), 201-211, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.201
KEYWORDS: allometry, Dichroplus vittatus, Dichroplus pratensis, grasshopper, reduced major axis regression, Rensch's rule, sexual size dimorphism
17(2), 213-218, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.213
KEYWORDS: morphometric traits, Orthoptera, body size, karyotype, grasshopper
17(2), 219-225, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.219
KEYWORDS: Adaptation, body size, ecological dimorphism, Orthoptera, grasshopper
17(2), 227-230, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.227
KEYWORDS: body mass, mate choice, Poecilimon laevissimus, sperm competition, virgin, nuptial gift, spermatophore
17(2), 231-242, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.231
KEYWORDS: mating effort, NATURAL SELECTION, paternal investment, Poecilimon, sexual selection, spermatophore function, spermatophore mass
17(2), 243-248, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.243
KEYWORDS: body size, morphological trait, stepwise regression, multiple choice experiment
17(2), 249-257, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.249
KEYWORDS: Acrididae, Romaleidae, Romalea microptera, grasshopper, morphology, Morphometrics, clutch size, oviposition, fecundity, reproduction, mating, body mass, size, femur length, egg pod, tradeoffs
17(2), 259-263, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.259
KEYWORDS: body size, individual variation, reproduction, grasshopper, Melanoplinae, Melanoplus sanguinipes, Phoetaliotes nebrascensis
17(2), 265-271, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.265
KEYWORDS: Acrididae, aridity gradient, Oedipodinae, size-fecundity relationship, Trimerotropis pallidipennis, grasshopper
17(2), 273-277, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.273
KEYWORDS: interpopulation variation, terminal investment, trade-off, Reproductive tactics, body size, Latitudinal variation
17(2), 279-282, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.279
KEYWORDS: lifespan, alternate phenotype, longevity, Plasticity
17(2), 283-291, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.283
KEYWORDS: body size, individual variation, seasonal environment, survival trajectory, univoltine lifecycle
17(2), 293-300, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.293
KEYWORDS: Arizona, Dactylotum variegatum, condition, corpora lutea, fecundity, fitness, glycogen, lipids, ovarioles, mass-size residuals, resorption bodies
17(2), 301-306, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.301
KEYWORDS: grasshoppers, Melanoplus, ontogenetic growth, metabolic theory of ecology, allometric scaling
17(2), 307-313, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.307
KEYWORDS: stoichiometry, physiology, nitrogen, carbon, phosphorus
17(2), 315-320, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.315
KEYWORDS: defense, predation, body mass, grasshopper, cricket, leg loss
17(2), 321-332, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.321
KEYWORDS: Orthoptera, Stenopelmatus, Jerusalem cricket, sexual selection, mating position, copulation, population structure, small-male mating advantage, sexual size dimorphism
17(2), 343-346, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.343
KEYWORDS: katydid, Phaneropterinae, body size, hearing sensitivity, bat predation
17(2), 347-351, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.347
KEYWORDS: Gryllidae, Nemobiinae, body size, selection gradients, temperature, Allonemobius socius, Bergmann's rule, global warming
17(2), 353-371, (1 December 2008) https://doi.org/10.1665/1082-6467-17.2.353
KEYWORDS: Antipredator defense, body size, size refuge, predator-free space, defense mechanism, chemical defense, allomone, grasshopper, lubber, Acrididae, Romaleidae, Romalea microptera, Taeniopoda eques
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