AVISPA

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AVISPAAutomated Validation of Internet Security Protocols and Applications
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Las avispas Lysiphlebus testaceipes (Cresson, 1880) (Ichneumonoidea: Braconidae) y Pachyneuron aphidis (Bouche, 1834) (Chalcidoidea: Pteromalidae) se registraron en Tamaulipas, emergiendo de pulgones momificados de M.
Al momento del registro se considero que cada agalla (denominada tambien como cecidea, estructura o morfo), era especifica a una especie, es decir que era formada por solo una especie de avispa de acuerdo a Rodriguez-Rivera et al.
The simulation results of our protocol using AVISPA S/W are discussed in Section 5.
Finally, in 1990, the Constitutional Court of Costa Rica passed laws to prohibit these raids, and while the occasional police hassle does still occur, La Avispa (which means "the wasp" in Spanish) has been abuzz with high-octane energy ever since.
Entre los anos 1990-1996, se evaluo la importancia la mosca amazonica (Melagonystilum minense) y de la avispa (Cotesia flavipes) como controles biologicos de los perforadores de la cana de azucar (Diatraea saccharalis y Diatraea rosa) en el centro de Venezuela.
Geochemical surveys, carried out over several years by the Puerto Rican Department of Natural Resources, have outlined interesting gold and silver targets in the Cerro La Avispa Cayey, Cerro La Tiza, Comerio, Corozal and Barranquilla areas.