Reticularia

Re`tic`u`la´ri`a


n. pl.1.(Zool.) An extensive division of rhizopods in which the pseudopodia are more or less slender and coalesce at certain points, forming irregular meshes. It includes the shelled Foraminifera, together with some groups which lack a true shell.
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These galls may be slight modifications of host tissues, as the eriophyid galls on Cirsium arvense (Rancic et al., 2006), or may also be formed by hyperplasia, cell hypertrophy and/or parenchyma homogenization, as demonstrated for thrips-induced galls on several host plants (Raman & Ananthakrishnan, 1983; Gopinathan & Ananthakrishnan, 1985; Jorge et al., 2016), aphid galls induced by Eriosoma ulmi on Ulmus minor (Sano & Akimoto, 2011; Alvarez et al., 2013; Ferreira et al., 2017a), psyllid galls on Baccharis reticularia (Formiga et al., 2015), cecidomyiid galls induced by Dasinenra affinis on Viola odorata (Meyer, 1987), and sawfly (hymenopteran) galls on Salix spp.
McKnight, Missouri State University, for the poster entitled "The omnivorous diet of the western chicken turtle (Deirochelys reticularia miaria);" second-place, Marie-Eve Jacques, Oklahoma State University, for the poster entitled "Maintaining low basal area in oak-pine forests of southeast Oklahoma alters small mammal communities;" and third-place, Laura Stewart, University of Southern Mississippi, for the poster entitled "Influence of local thermal adaptation on temperature preference across a latitudinal gradient."
Ecology of chicken turtles (Deiroehelys reticularia) in a seasonal wetland ecosystem: exploiting resource and refuge environments.
(Fitopat, Amoebozoa, Fistulina, Gymnopus, Phellinus, Creolophus, Reticularia, S).
The remaining 5.5% consisted of Deirochelys reticularia ( Chicken turtles), Apalone spinifera (Spiny softshell turtles), Chelydra serpentina (Common snapping turtles), and Macroclemys temminckii (Alligator snapping turtles).
Habitat use, terrestrial movements, and conservation of the turtle, Deirochelys reticularia in Virginia.
laticeps (6), Sceloporus undulatus (1), Scincella lateralis (36) Turtles Chelydra serpentina (22), Deirochelys reticularia (11), Kinosternon baurii (4), K.
Examples include Kinosternon subrubrum, Trachemys scripta scripta, and Deirochelys reticularia (Gibbons, 1987; Frazer et al., 1990, 1991a); Chelydra serpentina (Galbraith and Brooks, 1987; Congdon et al., 1994); Chrysemys picta (Frazer et al., 1991b); Kinosternon flavescens (Iverson, 1991); and Emydoidea blandingii (Congdon et al., 1993; Herman et al., 1994).
Chicken turtles (Deirochelys reticularia) and southern spotted turtles (Clemmys guttata) increase egg size but not clutch size with an increase in maternal body size (Congdon et al., 1983; Litzgus and Mousseau, 2006).
Gopherus polyphemus is a terrestrial species, whereas the other species (including Apalone ferox, Deirochelys reticularia and Trachemys scripta) are inhabitants of lakes and ponds.