A New Coding Procedure for Morphometric Data with an Example from Periodical Cicada Wing Veins
Although members of the Homopteran family Cicadidae are world wide in distribution, only the North American genus Magicicada exhibits a perfectly synchronized life cycle 13 or 17 years long. All but four weeks of this long life cycle is spent underground as nymphs.
KeywordsCode Procedure Discriminant Function Analysis Segment Code Homogeneous Subset Predator Satiation
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