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On the systematic value of rhynchophorous Coleoptera.

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rhynchophora,
  • Beetles

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23418739M
    OCLC/WorldCa46684824

    The great value of this work, then, is that at last generic names can be placed safely on species in a hitherto ‘too difficult’ group, and with these names come interesting biological associations. The book provides an excellent review of the relatively little biological information known . Systematic Review of Our Present Knowledge of Fossil Insects () Samuel Hubbard Scudder. Including Myriapods and Arachnids. Systematisch () Samuel Hubbard Scudder. The Tertiary Insects of North America () Samuel Hubbard Scudder. Tertiary Rhynchophorous Coleoptera of the United States () Samuel Hubbard Scudder. The Tropical Faunal. Nico Franz studies systematics and evolutionary history of weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) — a highly diverse lineage of plant feeding beetles estimated to include some , species worldwide. His field- and collection-based systematics research focuses on Neotropical and Sonoran species groups. He tweets @taxonbytes.. Franz is also a leading proponent of the taxonomic concept.


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On the systematic value of rhynchophorous Coleoptera. by John Lawrence LeConte Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the systematic value of rhynchophorous Coleoptera. - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: LeConte, John L.

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On the systematic value of rhynchophorous Coleoptera. By John L. (John Lawrence) LeConte Topics: Beetles, RhynchophoraAuthor: John L. LeConte.

THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE RHYNCHOPHOROUS COLEOPTERA.* BY JOHIN L. LECONTE, M.D. AT the meeting of the Academy held in Washington, Jan.,I had the honor to offer some remarkst upon the system- atic value of the great complex of Coleopterous insects known as Rhynchophora.

It was my intention, as then stated, to follow the memoir just. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The palm weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus is one of two species of snout beetle known as the red palm weevil, Asian palm weevil or sago palm adult beetles are relatively large, ranging between two and four centimeters long, and are usually a rusty red colour—but many colour variants exist and have often been classified as different species (e.g., Rhynchophorus vulneratus).

Scudder S. () Tertiary Rhynchophorous Coleoptera of the United States. Monographs of the United Stated Geological Sur 1– Sharp D.

() Descriptions of some new species and a new genus of rhynchophorous Coleoptera, from the Hawaiian Islands. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London15– Book Detail: Insect Morphology and Systematics Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free How to Download PDF Book [Full Guide] Agriculture at a Glance Book Outlines of Insect Morphology and Systematics History of Entomology in India.

Factors for insects abundance Classification of phylum Arthropoda upto classes. Relationship of class Insecta with other classes. MORPHOLOGY:. Scudder S. () Adephagous and Clavicorn Coleoptera from the Tertiary deposits at Florissant, Colorado with descriptions of a few other forms and systematic list of the non-rhynchophorous Tertiary Coleoptera of North America.

Monographs of the United States Geological Sur 3– A review of Rhynchophorous beetles (Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) of the Meshchera Lowland Article in Entomological Review 86(6) July with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A total of species of the Curculionoidea (except for the Dryophthoridae and Scolytidae) have been revealed in the Meshchera Lowland.

The list comprises 2 species of Nemonychidae, 4 species of Anthribidae, 11 species of Rhynchitidae, 2 species of Attelabidae, 58 species of Apionidae, 6 species of Nanophyidae, 8 species of Erirhinidae and species of Curculionidae. PDF | The African palm weevil Rhynchophorous phoenicis Fabricius larva is a popular delicacy among the Akans of Ghana and consumption of this insect is | Find, read and cite all the research.

New Book Availability: In stock True Weevils 1: Coleoptera: Curculionidae (Raymondionyminae to Smicronychinae) (Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects 5/17b) by Morris, M.G.

ofRhynchophorous Coleoptera DESCRIBEDBY C. Ritsema+Cz. NOTE IX. Maerocheirus￿. Body-shape compact. Anteriorfemora waved. Anterior tibiae irregularly cur-ved, fringed withlong hairsat the undermargin oftheapical half.

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CLASSIFICATION OF THE RHYNCHOPHOROUS COLEOPTERA. North American flora, but a link between it and that of the West Indies, and that a portion of those species which are peculiar to the northern portions of the State, and the immediately adjacent region, may have been derived from the south.

THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE RHYNCHOPHOROUS COLEOPTERA. Revision of the Japanese cantharid species of the "genera" Athemus and Lycocerus. All now assigned to the genus Lycocerus.

Three species and two subspecies new to the Japanese fauna. Keys to species-groups, subgroups, species and subspecies. Most species illustrated with habitus of type and genitalia. Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology.

Title: On three new species of Rhynchophorous Coleoptera from Sumatra: Published in: Notes from the Leyden Museum, 4(3), - ISSN Author. Originally from tropical Asia, the Red Palm Weevil (RPW Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Olivier)) is the most dangerous and deadly pest of many palm trees, and there have been reports of its recent detection in France, Greece and Italy.

At present, emphasis is on the development of integrated pest management based on biological control rather than on chemical insecticides, however the.

Contributions to the descriptive and systematic coleopterology of North America‎ On the systematic value of rhynchophorous Coleoptera‎ (3 F) Tertiary rhynchophorous Coleoptera of the United States‎ (16 F) The British Coleoptera Delineated‎. Descriptions of some new species and a new genus of rhynchophorous Coleoptera, from the Hawaiian Islands.

Transactions of the Entomological Society of London, (1): BHL; Sharp, D. New Coleoptera from New Zealand (Concluded from p. 52). Entomologist's monthly magazine BHL Reference page. Sharp, D. Descriptions of. The Coleoptera contains many groups of significance in forensic studies. The main families among them being Staphylinidae, Scarabaeidae, Carabidae, Histeridae, Silphidae, Dermestidae.

In an interesting case study, the beetles (as insect remains) recovered from archaeological sites have provided potentially useful information about human burials. Scudder, S. Adephagous and clavicorn Coleoptera from the Tertiary deposits at Florissant, Colorado with descriptions of a few other forms and a systematic list of the non-Rhynchophorous Tertiary Coleoptera of North America.

Monographs of the United States Geological Survey, 1–   Coleoptera, also known as beetles, are the most diverse and species-rich insect group on Earth. With more thandescribed extant species. This book is the first offour volumes in the Handbook of Zoology series which treat the systematics and biology of Coleoptera.

With approximatelydescribed species, Coleoptera are by far the most species-rich order of insects and the largest group of animals of comparable geological age. The beetle volumes will meet the demand of modern Reviews: 1.

Taxonomists recognize species and other systematic unities (the taxa), define them and place them within the framework of known organisms, providing the means for their subsequent identification.

The Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera (edited by I. & D. Löbl) gives a taxonomic overview of the most diverse group of all living things in the Reviews: 1.

Trap surface color values (L * a * b) were measured by a chromameter (Table 1). The L-value is the lightness variable, and the a and b values are the chromaticity coordinates (red-green and blue-yellow, respectively).

These three values can be used to define a point in three-dimensional space that characterizes a color in absolute terms. for the future, and has begun publication of Flora and Fauna of Koreafor the systematic preservation and efficient management of our biological resources. Korea has been acclaimed as a country with a high level of biological diversity, the total number of described species in Korea to date being ab Subjects: Allaire, James P.

(James Peter), Beetles Butterflies of New-York Carex Compendium of the flora of the northern and middle Cooper, William. Correspondence Halsey, Abraham, Harris, Thaddeus William, Lepidoptera Nees von Esenbeck, C. (Christian Gottfried), 17 New York (State) Schweinitz, Lewis David von, Torrey, John.

We synthesize data on all known extant and fossil Coleoptera family-group names for the first time. A catalogue of family-group names ( fossil, extant) based on distinct genera in Coleoptera is given.

A total of names are available, of which are permanently invalid because they are based on a preoccupied or a suppressed type genus. Get this from a library. Adephagous and clavicorn Coleoptera from the Tertiary deposits at Florissant, Colorado: with descriptions of a few other forms and systematic list of the non-rhynchophorous Tertiary Coleoptera of North America.

[Samuel Hubbard Scudder; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Tertiary rhynchophorous Coleoptera of the United States Samuel Hubbard Scudder - Systematic review of our present knowledge of fossil insects, Samuel Hubbard Scudder - - pages.

you can print a single page or the entire book. The minimum values are shown by the telomeric repeat (%) and the HvarSat family (%), whereas the highest value is shown by HvarSat (%).

Divergence of satDNA is inversely related to amplification and homogenization processes and directly related to mutation rate [ 62, 65 ].

Families and subfamilies of Coleoptera (with selected genera, notes, references and data on family-group names) Journal/Book Name, Vol.

No.: Biology, Phylogeny, and Classification of Coleoptera: Papers Celebrating the 80th Birthday of Roy A. Crowson, vol. 2: Page(s): Publisher: Muzeum i Instytut Zoologii PAN: Publication Place. Systematic revision of American Glaresidae (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea) Robert D.

Gordon Northern Plains Entomology Willow City, NDUSA Guy A. Hanley Cyril Moore Science Center Minot State University Minot, NDUSA @ Abstract. Thirty five Western Hemisphere species of Glaresidae (Coleoptera) are recognized.

Coleoptera is the largest order in the animal kingdom. It includes 40% of all insects and nearly 30% of all animal species. The smallest beetle is the fringed ant beetle, Nanosella fungi (family Ptiliidae).

At mm in length it is some 16 million times smaller in volume than the largest beetle, Goliathus giganteus (family Scarabaeidae), which may have a body length up to 10 cm. Progress 10/01/10 to 08/09/15 Outputs Progress Report Objectives (from AD): ARS is interested in performing research to increase and enhance the understanding of the systematics of beetles (Coleoptera) important to agriculture, landscape plants, and the environment, especially flea beetles, wood-boring beetles, and lady beetles.

Our Project Plan has four main objectives: 1) Analyze. SURVEY FOR ENTOMOPATHOGENIC FUNGI FROM RHYNCHOPHOROUS FERRUGINEUS (OLIV.) (COLEOPTERA, CURCULIONIDAE).

Proceedings (TIPOLOGIA NON ATTIVA) Go to: Biodiversity of nematofauna associated with the rice field agro-ecosystem in north Italy: Articolo in rivista: Go to: Beetles are a group of insects that form the order Coleoptera, in the superorder front pair of wings are hardened into wing-cases, elytra, distinguishing them from most other Coleoptera, with aboutspecies, is the largest of all orders, constituting almost 40% of described insects and 25% of all known animal life-forms; new species are discovered frequently.and values rounded to one decimal place.

The string of values is presented as a ratio of antennomeres 2–11, or 2–3 and 11 when antennomeres 4–10 are subequal to antennomere 3. Pronotal length was measured along the midline from anterior margin to the antescutellar emargination, and width at widest point at the base of the hind angles.