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The Flaring Activity Of M Dwarfs In Kepler Field

Huiqin Yang
The Kepler flux, M dwarfs that include flares,the format consist of four columns:

BKJD  Relative Flux  Fit line   Flare Flux the Relative flux wil be empty when flares occur, the flares flux will be empty when quiescent flux. the file lamost_obsid is the spectra used in this work, one can use the obsid to download the fits through the following website:  http://dr4.lamost.org/

The Flaring Activity Of M Dwarfs In Kepler Field

Huiqin Yang
The Kepler flux, M dwarfs that include flares,the format consist of four columns:

BKJD  Relative Flux  Fit line   Flare Flux the Relative flux wil be empty when flares occur, the flares flux will be empty when quiescent flux. the file lamost_obsid is the spectra used in this work, one can use the obsid to download the fits through the following website:  http://dr4.lamost.org/

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Figure 5 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 5. Upper teeth of 986 mm TL juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands.

Figure 5 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 5. Upper teeth of 986 mm TL juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands.

Figure 4 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 4. Interdorsal ridge of 986 mm TL juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands.

Figure 4 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 4. Interdorsal ridge of 986 mm TL juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands.

Figure 3 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 3. Ventral head of 986 mm TL juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands.

Figure 3 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 3. Ventral head of 986 mm TL juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands.

Figure 2 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 2. Juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), 986 mm TL, collected from 180 m depth, Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands, 12 May 1995.

Figure 2 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 2. Juvenile female Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031471), 986 mm TL, collected from 180 m depth, Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands, 12 May 1995.

Figure 1 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 1. Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031468) embryos, 525 – 548 mm TL, Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands, 22 May 1994.

Figure 1 In A Major Range Extension For Carcharhinus Altimus (Springer, 1950) In The South Pacific Ocean

Carl D. Struthers
FIGURE 1. Carcharhinus altimus (NMNZ P. 031468) embryos, 525 – 548 mm TL, Ducie Island, Pitcairn Islands, 22 May 1994.

Figure 3 In Resolving The Confused Identity Of Frankliniella Panamensis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)

Thomas L. Skarlinsky
FIGURE 3. Bayesian phylogenetic tree inferred from sequences of the COI gene. Posterior probabilities greater than 50 % are given on appropriate clades. Species name and GenBank Accession numbers are listed for each taxon. Host and countries for each taxon are listed if known.

Figure 3 In Resolving The Confused Identity Of Frankliniella Panamensis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)

Thomas L. Skarlinsky
FIGURE 3. Bayesian phylogenetic tree inferred from sequences of the COI gene. Posterior probabilities greater than 50 % are given on appropriate clades. Species name and GenBank Accession numbers are listed for each taxon. Host and countries for each taxon are listed if known.

Figures 1, 2 In Resolving The Confused Identity Of Frankliniella Panamensis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)

Thomas L. Skarlinsky
FIGURES 1, 2. Microtrichia on upper surface of hind-coxae in Frankliniella species. (1) panamensis; (2) intonsa.

Figures 1, 2 In Resolving The Confused Identity Of Frankliniella Panamensis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)

Thomas L. Skarlinsky
FIGURES 1, 2. Microtrichia on upper surface of hind-coxae in Frankliniella species. (1) panamensis; (2) intonsa.

Figure 2 In Cutting A Gordian Knot Of Tubeworms With Dna Data: The Story Of The Hydroides Operculata - Complex (Annelida, Serpulidae)

Elena K. Kupriyanova
FIGURE 2. MrBayes tree of the Hydroides operculata - complex constructed from a combined dataset of 18 S, CO 1, 28 S, cytb and ITS 2 fragments. Bayesian inference posterior probability (pp) values> 0.95 are indicated above nodes by an asterisk. The name H. gradata (synonymized here with H. basispspinosa) was retained on the tree to show Australian specimens with " gradata " - type and " basispinosa " - type opercula.

Figure 2 In Cutting A Gordian Knot Of Tubeworms With Dna Data: The Story Of The Hydroides Operculata - Complex (Annelida, Serpulidae)

Elena K. Kupriyanova
FIGURE 2. MrBayes tree of the Hydroides operculata - complex constructed from a combined dataset of 18 S, CO 1, 28 S, cytb and ITS 2 fragments. Bayesian inference posterior probability (pp) values> 0.95 are indicated above nodes by an asterisk. The name H. gradata (synonymized here with H. basispspinosa) was retained on the tree to show Australian specimens with " gradata " - type and " basispinosa " - type opercula.

Figure 1 In Cutting A Gordian Knot Of Tubeworms With Dna Data: The Story Of The Hydroides Operculata - Complex (Annelida, Serpulidae)

Elena K. Kupriyanova
FIGURE 1. Photos of opercula of species belonging to Hydroides operculata - complex and outgroup taxa used in this study. A: Hydroides operculata from Kuwait, AM W. 46604; B: Hydroides inornata from Sri Lanka, holotype NHM BMNH 1959.4.14.2; C: Hydroides basispinosa from Queensland, Australia, AM W. 4064; D: Hydroides " gradata " from Queensland, Australia (synonymised here with H. basispinosa), AM W. 42360; E: Hydroides presudouncinata from Spain, AM W. 42072; F: Hydroides nigra from...

Figure 1 In Cutting A Gordian Knot Of Tubeworms With Dna Data: The Story Of The Hydroides Operculata - Complex (Annelida, Serpulidae)

Elena K. Kupriyanova
FIGURE 1. Photos of opercula of species belonging to Hydroides operculata - complex and outgroup taxa used in this study. A: Hydroides operculata from Kuwait, AM W. 46604; B: Hydroides inornata from Sri Lanka, holotype NHM BMNH 1959.4.14.2; C: Hydroides basispinosa from Queensland, Australia, AM W. 4064; D: Hydroides " gradata " from Queensland, Australia (synonymised here with H. basispinosa), AM W. 42360; E: Hydroides presudouncinata from Spain, AM W. 42072; F: Hydroides nigra from...

Figure 11 In A New Species Of The Endemic South African Spider Genus Austrachelas (Araneae: Gallieniellidae) And First Description Of The Male Of A. Bergi

Zingisile Mbo
FIGURE 11. Distribution of Austrachelas in South Africa, indicating type locality of A. entabeni sp. nov. (black star), type locality of A. bergi Haddad, Lyle, Bosselaers & Ramírez, 2009 (black circle), new localities of A. bergi (white circles), and distribution of other Austrachelas species (black triangles).

Figure 11 In A New Species Of The Endemic South African Spider Genus Austrachelas (Araneae: Gallieniellidae) And First Description Of The Male Of A. Bergi

Zingisile Mbo
FIGURE 11. Distribution of Austrachelas in South Africa, indicating type locality of A. entabeni sp. nov. (black star), type locality of A. bergi Haddad, Lyle, Bosselaers & Ramírez, 2009 (black circle), new localities of A. bergi (white circles), and distribution of other Austrachelas species (black triangles).

Figures 6 – 10 In A New Species Of The Endemic South African Spider Genus Austrachelas (Araneae: Gallieniellidae) And First Description Of The Male Of A. Bergi

Zingisile Mbo
FIGURES 6 – 10. Genitalic morphology of Austrachelas entabeni sp. nov. (6, 7) and A. bergi Haddad, Lyle, Bosselaers & Ramírez, 2009 (8 – 10): 6. Female holotype, epigyne, ventral view; 7. Same, dorsal view; 8. Male palp, ventral view; 9. Same, retrolateral view; 10. Same, dorsal view. Abbreviations: CD—copulatory duct; dRTA—distal retrolateral tibial apophysis; DTA—dorsal tibial apophysis; EM – embolus; MA—median apophysis; pRTA—proximal retrolateral tibial apophysis; ST 1 — primary spermathecae; ST 2 —...

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