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  • nomos XXVIIo
    Syrphidae Brachycera cyclorrapha Reading from left to right and from top to bottom 254 Syrphus ribesii L 255 Nausigaster haemorrhoidalis PHIL 256 Didea fasciata L 257 Pipizella virens FABR 258 Eumerus latitarsis MACQ 259 Volucella bombylans L 260 Microdon devius

    Original URL path: http://www.metafysica.nl/nature/insect/nomos_27o.html (2016-02-01)
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  • nomos XXVIIp
    cyclorrapha Reading the left column from top to bottom Graphomyia maculata SCOP Muscidae Orthellia spec Muscidae Phasia crassipennis FABR Phasiidae Ernestia consobrina MEIG Larvaevoridae Reading the right column from top to bottom Taxigramma hilarella ZETT Larvaevoridae Nyctella egregia ZIM Larvaevoridae

    Original URL path: http://www.metafysica.nl/nature/insect/nomos_27p.html (2016-02-01)
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  • nomos XXVIIIb
    photograph of an elusive fly but its appearance is typical of land midges all over the world After OLDROYD 1964 The fly depicted in the above Figure belongs to the family Ceroplatidae And this family in turn belongs to the superfamily Fungivoridea of the infraorder Bibionomorpha which means that it is not a tipuloid While with respect to body shape fungivorideans usually are more or less compact flies Arachnocampa has

    Original URL path: http://www.metafysica.nl/nature/insect/nomos_28b.html (2016-02-01)
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  • nomos XXVIIIa
    1952 magnified Figure a5 Larvae of Ctenophora tricolor LOEW Tipilomorpha Tipulidae in pale wood of lime tree After KRIVOSJEINA 1969 In coarse dark wood live the larvae of Symmerus annulatus MEIG Bibionomorpha Ditomyiidae and Epiphragma ocellaris L Tipulomorpha Limoniidae See next Figure Figure a6 Larva of Epiphragma ocellaris L Tipulomorpha Limoniidae in dark wood of lime tree After KRIVOSJEINA 1969 In totally soft wood in wood rot of hollows in

    Original URL path: http://www.metafysica.nl/nature/insect/nomos_28a.html (2016-02-01)
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  • nomos XXVIIId
    this field can totally or partially overlap with the noëtic stability field of another noëtic pattern another groundplan which in the diagram is expressed by placing these totally or partially overlapping stability fields one above the other The DIAGRAM shows a part of the stability field of noëtic pattern A brown When the noëtic conditions are such that A finds itself in this field it is noëtically stable The diagram also shows a part of the stability field of noëtic pattern B green When the noëtic conditions are such that B finds itself in this field it is noëtically stable And in addition to these the diagram depicts the stability field of noëtic pattern C blue And again when the noëtic conditions are such that C finds itself in this field it is noëtically stable Finally the diagram depicts the stability field of noëtic pattern D yellow And again when the noëtic conditions are such that D finds itself in this field it is noëtically stable And as can be seen the noëtic stability field of A brown partly overlaps with that of C blue Therefore in the noëtic area of overlap A and C can noëtically coexist together Further

    Original URL path: http://www.metafysica.nl/nature/insect/nomos_28d.html (2016-02-01)
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  • nomos XXVIIIc
    unique noëtic entities noëtic patterns Noëtic reactions take place in the Implicate Order and the noëtic reaction products may be projected from the Implicate Order into the Explicate Order where they are un folded along space and time dimensions and thus become physical The next two Figures schematically depict the transformation of an old family groundplan into a new one that is the evolutionary origin of a new family from an old one Figure 17 We see the qualitative content blue disc of some given old dipterous groundplan as it is as a noëtic entity or pattern present in the Implicate Order We also see this same qualitative content being overformed by adaptive structures dark green also existing as a noëtic entity in fact a reaction product in the Implicate Order A copy of this complex noëtic entity has been projected into the Explicate Order where it exists in the actual ecological niche or zone brown At the same time this groundplan defines a potential ecological niche or zone yellow that can be reached by evolutionarily aquiring special adaptational structures If this potential ecological niche or zone is actually present in the Explicate Order a copy of it can be injected into the Implicate Order where it then exists as a noëtic entity yellow In addition to these we see the following entities The qualitative content of the old groundplan blue existing as a noëtic entity or pattern in the Implicate Order The qualitative content of a new groundplan red noëtically derived from the old groundplan existing as a noëtic entity in the Implicate Order The qualitative content of the potential ecological niche or zone yellow of the old groundplan existing as a noëtic entity in the Implicate Order as we have just said The noëtic reaction between these latter two entities The product of this reaction This product consists of the qualitative content of the new groundplan red overformed by the qualitative content of particular adaptive structures geared to an existence in the potential ecological niche or zone of the old groundplan When in the Explicate Order the old groundplan becomes unstable because of vanishing existential conditions the just mentioned noëtic reaction product can project from the Implicate Order into the Explicate Order See next Figure Figure above In the Explicate Order the old groundplan has disappeared as a result of having become unstable Now the noëtic reaction product consisting of the new groundplan and adaptive strucures will be projected from the Implicate Order to the Explicate Order where it will be unfolded along space and time dimesions When this projection takes place for the first time we have the appearance of a new dipterous family The projection can be repeated as soon as there are more localities where the old groundplan finds itself in ecological trouble In fact in all this we must think of a whole series of reaction products resulting from the corresponding more or less different reactions taking place between the noëtic content of the

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  • nomos XXXIIa
    From LINDNER Die Fliegen der palaearktischen Region

    Original URL path: http://www.metafysica.nl/nature/insect/nomos_32a.html (2016-02-01)
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  • nomos XXXIIb
    its appearance is typical of land midges all over the world After OLDROYD 1964 In this photograph we can clearly see that the basal trunk of the Media is present and well developed It is not replaced by the cross

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