3 edition of myrmecophilous Ptinidae (Coleoptera) found in the catalog.
myrmecophilous Ptinidae (Coleoptera)
Lawrence, John F.
|Statement||[by] John F. Lawrence and Hans Reichardt.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology ;, v. 138, no. 1|
|Contributions||Reichardt, Hans, 1939- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .H3 vol. 138, no. 1, QL596 .H3 vol. 138, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||73007553|
A review of the myrmecophilous Staphylinidae associated with Aenictus in Africa and the Orient (Coleoptera; Hymenoptera, Formicidae) with notes on their Cited by: 7. A review of the New World genera of the Myrmecophilous and Termitophilous subfamily Hetaeriinae (Coleoptera: Histeridae). p - figs [Howden's publication ]. 30,00 € (Order No. ) Henriksen, K. Den Senglaciale og Alluviale Insektfauna I Femsolyng mose i nord sjaelland. 43 p - 1 fig - tables. 14,00 € (Order No. ).
Abstract. Minute to large insects whose fore wings, not used in flight, are modified into horny or leathery elytra which almost always meet to form a straight mid-dorsal suture: hind wings membranous, folded beneath the elytra, or often reduced or wanting. Publishing platform for digital magazines, interactive publications and online catalogs. Convert documents to beautiful publications and share them worldwide. Title: Arquivos Entomoloxicos, 12 (), Author: Arquivos Entomolóxicos, Length: pages, Published:
PTINIDAE 6 Some members of the common non-pest genus Rhagonycha (Cantharidae), which Nacerdes is said to mimic, are very similar. They differ in not having similar elytral ridges, having less well defined black elytra apices and tarsi segmented. D. G. H. HALSTEAD Fig. Cited by: Coloured Illustrated Book of a thousand Insects II Hirayama S () Matsuoka N. & Takatoji Y. Notes on Prosopocoilus inclinatus (Motschulsky, ) from the Izu Islands Gekkan Mushi Matthews E.G. Nueva especie de Copris y clave para la determinacion de las especies mexicanas Ciencia Mexico 19()
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The myrmecophilous Ptinidae (Coleoptera), with a key to Australian species. VolumePage 1 Host relationships in North American fungus-feeding moths (Oecophoridae, Oinophilidae, Tineidae) VolumePage 29 If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information.
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The large oscillations in climate during the Quaternary caused beetles to change their geographic distributions so much that Class: Insecta. Lawrence, J. Book review.
The beetles of myrmecophilous Ptinidae book Pacific Northwest, Part III: Pselaphidae and -Pacific Entomologist 41– myrmecophilous Ptinidae book. Lawrence, J. Comments on some recent changes in the classification of the Ciidae (Coleoptera). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology – 6.
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Gearner, T. Keith Philips, Robert H. Neidlinger. An up-to-date checklist of the Italian Dermestidae is provided. The presence of 95 species in Italy is confirmed, while further 5 species (Dermestes (Dermestes) vorax Motschulsky,Thorictuspilosus Peyron,T.
wasmanni Reitter,Attagenus (Attagenus) simonis Reitter, and Globicornis (G.) breviclavis (Reitter, )) and 1 subspecies ( by: 2. food, e.g., aphids, scale insects, etc.). Donisthorpe, in his book on British myrme cophilous insects (Donisthorpe, b), grouped the first four behaviors proposed by Wasmann into passive relationships and placed trophobionts as active relation ships.
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Nomenclature of family-group names follows Bouchard et al. () Family PAELOBIIDAE is renamed to HYGROBIIDAE Family SCYDMAENIDAE becomes a subfamily of STAPHYLINIDAE Family BOLBOCERATIDAE becomes a subfamily of GEOTRUPIDAE Order of families in SCARABAEOIDEA changed Family ANOBIIDAE is renamed to PTINIDAE Family LANGURIIDAE deleted and.
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