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A revision of the subfamily Criocerinae (Chrysomelidae) of North America north of Mexico

Richard E. White

A revision of the subfamily Criocerinae (Chrysomelidae) of North America north of Mexico

by Richard E. White

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.?], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chrysomelidae -- North America -- Classification.,
  • Beetles -- North America -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRichard E. White.
    GenreClassification.
    SeriesTechnical bulletin -- 1805., Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1805.
    ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, 158 p., [24] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17751213M

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A revision of the subfamily Criocerinae (Chrysomelidae) of North America north of Mexico by Richard E. White Download PDF EPUB FB2

This revision recognizes 44 species of Criocerinae in America, north of Mexico. For each species, a description, illustrations and a distribution map are provided. Twelve species are described as new, including Lema melanofrons sp.

nov. from Physalis viscosa, Neolema cordata sp. nov. from Carex sp., ragweed [Senecio sp.], Rubus sp., Helianthus sp., Commelina spp.

and Pisum sp., N. ovalis sp   White, R.E. Homonymy in world species-group names of Criocerinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). United States Department of Agriculture technical bulletin, () Google books; White, R.E.

A revision of the subfamily Criocerinae (Chrysomelidae) of North America north of Mexico. U.S. Department of Agriculture technical bulletin, () Get this from a library. A revision of the subfamily Criocerinae (Chrysomelidae) of North America north of Mexico. [Richard E White; United States. Agricultural Research Service.] Get this from a library.

A revision of the moths of the subfamily Prodoxinae (Lepidoptera: Incurvariidae). [Donald R Davis; Museum of Natural History (U.S.)] -- The primary aim of the present study is to provide a modern, systematic treatment for all members of the subfamily.

It is also the author's intention to summarized all previous information on the A revision of several genera is necessary. Based on the phylogenic result, the character evolution of the reproductive organs was analyzed.

The subfamily Criocerinae Latreille, (Coleopte   Criocerinae är en underfamilj till bladbaggarna.I Sverige finns det 10 arter. I Amerika finns det norr om Mexiko 44 beskrivna arter, av vilka 12 nyligen har påträffats. [1] De övervintrar som vuxna. [2] Det har forskats i arten lilioceris liliis parningsmetoder, där man har kommit fram till att själva kopuleringen tar mer än 20 minuter.

Hanen klamrar sig fast på honans rygg i flera Subfamily Criocerinae Latreille, Author Reid, C. M Year Publication Type Web text Publisher ABRS Publisher ABRS The families of Tonnacea, the genera of Bursidae, and revision of species previously assigned to Tutufa Jousseaume, AM Journal Article.

Read more. Chrysomeloidea Latreille AM Publication. Read :// Molecular phylogeny of the leaf beetle subfamily Criocerinae (Insecta: Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) and the correlated evolution of reproductive organs. Matsumura Y., Yao I., Beutel R., Yoshizawa K.

72(2),1 day ago  Пьявицы[2] (лат. Lema) — род жуков из подсемейства трещалок семейства листоедов (Chrysomelidae).Описание  Классификация  Примечания  Ссылки(Lema). Cover title Reprint from the Proceedings of the Washington academy of sciences.

10 Copy 2 for Entomology () is bound with the author's A revision of the American components of the tenebrionid subfamily ://   A taxonomic revision of the Australian Chrysomelinae, with a key to the genera (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) - Reid, C.A.M., Zootaxa2.

Chrysomelinae Latreille, - Australian Biological Resources Study, Department of the Environment and Heritage, Australia ://   Subfamilia: Criocerinae Tribus: Lemiini Genus: Neolema Species: Neolema jacobina. Name. Neolema jacobina (Linell, ) Authority for current combination: White, 68 ('New Combination') Original combination: Lema jacobina; References.

White, R.E. A revision of the subfamily Criocerinae (Chrysomelidae) of North America north of ://   Reference: 1. Leaf Beetles subfamily Criocerinae -by Nick Monaghan, 2. Beetles of Australia - Trevor J Hawkeswood, Angus & Robertson Publishers,plate 3.

Lilioceris (Lilioceris) bakewelli - Australian Biological Resources Study, Department of the Environment and Heritage, Australia A revision of several genera is necessary. Based on the phylogenic result, the character evolution of the reproductive organs was analyzed.

The ancestral states of this character system were parsimoniously reconstructed. Various shapes of the spermatheca were observed in the ://   Family Chrysomelidae, Subfamily Criocerinae, Tribe Lemini.

Cumberland County, North Carolina J (Lynette Schimming) State Records for Lema solani. Revision of the subfamily Criocerinae (Chrysomelidae) of North America, north of Mexico. USDA-ARS Tech Bull. The chrysomelid subfamily Criocerinae contains about described species which live in the temperate, subtropical and tropical zones of all continents.

In current taxonomic systems they are often treated at the beginning, which means that they are considered to be ‘primitive’. Members of this subfamily are not known to have reached Australia or the Bismarck Archipelago.

The subfamily Asterophryinae is characterized by the diplasiocoelous condition of the vertebral column, upper and lower jaws symphygnathine in most genera, and the   There is no agreement on how many subfamilies of katydids should be recogonized and what they should be called.

Until recently most of the North American species of Tettigoniinae were placed in Decticinae, a subfamily that is no longer recognized and whose species are now entirely within the subfamily Tettigoniinae ().Of the species of North American Tettigoniinae, were formerly   Myrmecophilinae (pp.

) (The introductory pages to Blatchley's book are accessible on SINA's references page.) Bruner L. Two new Myrmecophilae from the United States.

Can. Entomol. [Myrmecophilus pergandei and M. oregonensis] Hebard M. A revision of the North American species of the genus Myrmecophila. Trans. Am In this edited collection, 17 internationally known authorities bring together the results of recent research on the natural history, ecology, behavior, morphology, and genetics of wasps as they pertain to the evolution of social behavior.

The first part of the book opens with a review of the classification of the family Vespidae along with a revision of the subfamily ://. About this book The ant subfamily Dorylinae (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) is a group that includes the charismatic ‘true army ants’ as well as a number of less-known lineages.

This monograph introduces a new generic classification for the subfamily, building upon recent phylogenetic discoveries and a re-evaluation of morphology of doryline ://Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives; FAQ; Search.

Close Search. Advanced Search Help A taxonomic revision of the subfamily Coloninae (Coleoptera: Leiodidae) from Japan and Taiwan in Tijdschrift voor Entomologie. Author: H. Hoshina. View More View Less. Online Publication Date: 01 Jan Volume/Issue: An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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