2 edition of revision of the New Guinea weevil genus Apirocalus Pascoe (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). found in the catalog.
revision of the New Guinea weevil genus Apirocalus Pascoe (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
R T. Thompson
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"The Neotropical tribe Cylindroxystini is reduced to a subtribe, Cylindroxystina, of the Paederini. Cylindroxystina is distinguished from all other subtribes of the Paederinae by the sickle-shaped, edentate mandibles, nipple-shaped fourth segment of the maxillary palpus, single pair of paratergites of abdominal segment III, and cylindrical abdomen. Revision of the African species of the genus Mesocyclops Sars, (Copepoda: Cyclopidae)* Isabella Van de Velde Insrituut voor Dierkunde, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Ledegancksrr B Gent, Belgium Keywords: Copepoda, Mesocyclops, Africa, revision, taxonomy, zoogeography Abstract A revision is made of the African Mesocyclops species. Rec. West. Aust. Mus. ,9 (2): A REVISION OF THE PYTHON GENERA ASPIDITES AND PYTHON (SERPENTES: BOIDAE) IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA L.A. SMITH* ABSTRACT The five species and subspecies representing Aspidites and Python in Western Australia, namely A. melanocephalus (Krefft), A. ramsayi (Macleay), P. spilotus variegatus (Gray), P. spilotus imbricatus File Size: 2MB. tralia and New Guinea (Higgins et al., ; Hig-gins and Peter, ). Sittellas search for food in the upper canopy by spiralling down and up tree trunks and along branches. These birds descend trees head-first in a series of hops, lifting both feet from the substrate simultaneously (Longmore, ; Higgins and Peter, ).File Size: 1MB.
Abstract. Fuller’s rose weevil, Naupactus cervinus (Boheman) (Curculionidae: Entiminae), is an important quarantine pest of New Zealand kiwifruit exported to Asian markets. Both adults and larvae are considered to be polyphagous. In this study, the survival of larval N. cervinus was estimated on common groundcover species of kiwifruit (Actinidia spp.) in the Bay of Plenty, the main region in Cited by: 5.
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The formerly monotypic genus Panopides Pascoe is revised to include two species from Sulawesi and one from the Philippines. The genus and its type species, P.
anticus Pascoe, are redescribed. A Revision of the New Guinea Weevil Genus Apirocalus Pascoe (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) by Thompson, R.t. at Pemberley Books. New Guinea insects New Guinea Beetles New Guinea Weevils Papuan Weevils Curculionidae Arachnobas sp.
Apirocalus nr. ebrius New Guinea Beetle Papua weevil West Papua weevil Indonesia weevil Indonesia beetle Papua beetle West Papua beetle warning colours fungal spore grooming brushes. 18 Bathurst Walk, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9AZ, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) / Fax: +44 (0) Email: [email protected]@ Introduction.
Trigonopterus Fauvel is a genus of wingless weevils of the subfamily Cryptorhynchinae (Alonso-Zarazaga and Lyal ) and highly species-rich in the tropical forests of southeast Asia and Melanesia (Tänzler et al.
).New Guinea appears to be the center of its diversity, with more than species recorded (RiedelTänzler et al. ).Cited by: 7. A revision of the New Guinea weevil genus Apirocalus Pascoe (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Vol Page A revision of the Oriental pod bugs of the tribe Clavigrallini (Hemiptera: Coreidae).
A revision of the New Zealand click beetle genus Amychus Pascoe (Coleoptera: Elateridae: Denticollinae): With a description of a new species from the Three Kings Islands. from New Zealand (redescribed in my paper). The genus evidently reaches its greatest development in Australia, where there are not only many more species than elsewhere but a much broader spectrum of morphological features than among the American species.5 New Guinea is inhabited by several brilliantly colored and apparently.
REVISION OF THE STEWS-SPECIES OF NEW GUINEA. PART II1 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)2 By Volker Puthz3 Abstract: This paper is the 2nd part of a revision of the genus Stenus from New Guinea. Included are a key to the New Guinean species and descriptions of the following new.
One new species, R. novaeguineae, and two new subspecies, R. steini baliemensis and R. verecundus vandeuseni, are proposed and described in this revision.
Rattus giluwensis, R. jobiensis, and R. steini are elevated to the rank of full species. The flightless weevil was discovered in Papua New Guinea, and stood out to researchers in part because of dense scales which covered its head and.
15 New species of the genus Tmesisternus and Pascoea from New Guinea (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Tmesisternini) DOI: /sugapa(1) Diagnosis: Tmesisternus oransbarius belongs to a group of similar patterned species which are treated by Gressitt ().
All possess a black triangular postscutellar area, but have. A Revision of the Lizards of the Genus Cyclura [BARBOUR, T. AND G.K. NOBLE.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Revision of the Lizards of the Genus CycluraAuthor: T.
AND G.K. NOBLE. BARBOUR. A new combination of the name Idotasia striatipennis Lea is proposed: Trigonopterus striatipennis (Lea), comb. A key to the species is provided. Australian Trigonopterus occur in coastal Queensland, narrowly crossing into New South Wales.
The southern parts Cited by: 7. Introduction. Darlington reported species of Carabidea from New Guinea in his treatment of the fauna () and a search of the Zoological Record for new species and new records suggests that the total is now easily greater than species.
Given the complexity of island’s geological history (Baldwin et al. ) and the large areas that remain unsampled for beetles, the true diversity Cited by: 4. A revision of the genus Austrolimnius CARTER & ZECK, (Insecta: Coleoptera: Elmidae) from New Guinea and the Moluccas D.S.
Boukal* Abstract Thirty-one species of the genus Austrolimnius CARTER & ZECK from New Guinea and the Moluccas are treated. Twenty-two new species (A. apicarinatus sp.n., A. balkei sp.n., A. bispina sp.n., A. brevior sp.n. A revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera, Nematocera) of the tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini (Australian journal of zoology) [Margaret L Debenham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This paper revises the genus Ganelius Benesh, which is endemic to Madagascar, in the stag beetle tribe Figulini Burmeister (Coleoptera: Lucanidae: Lucaninae). Species in the genus are striking in their highly sexually dimorphic mandibles, a character that rarely occurs in the tribe.
The genus was previously comprised of four species, but three of these names were problematic or questionably Author: M. Paulsen. A revision of the New World species of Norrbomia (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae), including all American species previously placed in Borborillus.
Stephen A. Marshall. Department. Environmental Biology, University. Guelph Guelph, Ontario, Canada, N1 G 2W1. and Allen L. Norrbom. the genus with the genus Typhloscaris. The genus Oroscaris was studied and keyed by Bänninger (,) and later some authors as Basilewsky (, a,b, a,b), van Etten () and Bulirsch () described few new species either within the File Size: 3MB.
Full text of "A systematic revision of the Rhytidoponera impressa group (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Australia and New other formats A ust. Zoo/.,28, A Systematic Revision of the Rhytidoponera impressa Group (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Australia and New Guinea P. Ward Zoology Department, University of Sydney, N.S.W.
; present address: Zoology Department. The synoptic revision of the African genus Trichoscypha Hook.f. has been undertaken in two parts, the first concerning the 14 species of Upper Guinea (BRETELER ), the second for the 18 remaining species, which is presented here.
These species are concentrated in Lower Guinea and to a lesser extent in Congolia, defined by WHITE. ZOOTAXA Annotated checklist of weevils from the Papuan region (Coleoptera, Curculionoidea) GREGORY P. SETLIFF Department of Entomology, University of Minnesota, Hodson, Folwell Avenue, St.
Paul, Minnesota U.S.A. & The New Guinea Binatang Research Center, P. BoxMadang, Papua New Guinea. Email: [email protected]. By George E. Bohart and Terry L. Griswold, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Bohart, G. and T. Griswold. A revision of the rophitine genus Cited by: 2.
A new species of Lesticus Dejean, (Coleoptera, Carabidae) from the Finisterre Range 29 Figure 1. View within upper montane moss forest habitat at m elevation, Finisterre Range, Papua New Guinea. The pitfall trap in which the unique holotype of Lesticus finisterrae sp.
was collected was located in the shaded area just below the middle of the figure. The genus Trichoscypha (Anacardiaceae) in Upper Guinea: A synoptic revision ABSTRACT The African genus Trichoscyphais revised for Upper Guinea (a similar revi-sion for Lower Guinea will follow).
Fourteen species are recognized for the area, five of which are described as new. Ten species are confined to Upper Guinea, and the remaining four. All new species are authored by the taxonomist-in-charge, Alexander Riedel.
A species discovery and description pipeline to accelerate and improve taxonomy is outlined, relying on concise expert descriptions, combined with DNA sequencing, digital imaging, and Cited by: We revise the genus Opisthoscelis Schrader, and erect the genus Tanyscelis gen.
with Opisthoscelis pisiformis Froggatt as its type species. Species of both genera induce sexually dimorphic galls on Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae) in Australia, with Opisthoscelis subrotunda Schrader also in Papua New Guinea. We synonymise the following taxa (junior synonym with senior synonym): Opisthoscelis Cited by: 4.
Abstract. We describe a new species of Rattus, from 3 modern specimens collected on Manus Island in the Admiralty Group, Papua New Guinea, between and Subfossil specimens of early to late Holocene age from the Pamwak archaeological site on Manus Island are referred to the new species on morphological criteria; these confirm the species as a long-term resident of Manus Cited by: 6.
Revision of the Taiwanese and Japanese Species of the Genus Laius (Insecta: Coleoptera: Malachiidae) Hiroyuki Yoshitomi1,* and Chi-Feng Lee2 1Entomological Laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture, Ehime University, TarumiMatsuyamaJapan 2Applied Zoology Division, Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute, Chung-Cheng Road, TaichungTaiwan.
Revision of the genus Canalicephalus Gibson and the recognition of the Acampsohelconinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) as extant C. van Achterberg Achterberg, C. van. Revision of the genus Canalicephalus Gibson and the recognition of the Acampso- helconinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) as. Revision of the endemic genera Diplomphalus and Pseudomphalus from New Caledonia (Gastropoda, Rhytididae) Bernhard HAUSDORF Zoologisches Museum der Universität Hamburg, Martin-Luther-King-Platz 3, D Hamburg (Germany) [email protected] Hausdorf B.
— Revision of the endemic genera Diplomphalus and Pseudomphalus.English, Book, Illustrated edition: A revision of the genus Eucerceris Cresson (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae) / [by] Herman A. Scullen. Scullen, Herman A. (Herman Austin), Get this edition. Possibly Agathis evolved from a species-group within the genus Bassus.
If this is cor rect then Bassus sensu lat becomeo s a paraphyletic group because of the exclusion of the Agathis-group, an we should d retur tno Muesebeck's interpretation and include all specie ins one genus, Agathis sensu lato However.
Platypus and Echidnas. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales. Augee, M. and B. Gooden. Echidnas of Australia and New Guinea. Australian Natural History Series, NSW University Press.
Flannery, T. and C. Groves. A revision of the genus Zaglossus (Monotremata, Tachyglossidae), with description of new species and subspecies. The banana weevil, Cosmopolites sordidus (Germar), is the most important constraint to banana production in East African highlands.
For most resource-poor farmers in the region, biological control is the only viable option because it requires little or no cash investment. I investigated patterns of predation by natural enemies of the banana weevil in its presumed native range in Indonesia to Cited by: 4.
Memoirsofthe MuseumofVictoria 52(2): () ISSN AREVISIONOFTHETEMPERATEAUSTRALIAN Cited by: 3. The biology of the mango leaf cutting weevil, Deporaus marginatus, was studied under laboratory conditions. The study revealed that incubation period and fecundity of the weevil was approximately 24 h and to eggs per female, respectively.
Larval, pre-pupal and pupal period varied from h, h and days, respectively. In laboratory condition, adult weevil survived for 15 Cited by: 1.
Based on newly collected material from the Kavieng Lagoon Biodiversity Survey, we describe a new species of cone snail, Conus hughmorrisoni sp. nov., from the vicinity of Kavieng, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea. It closely resembles the New Caledonian C. exiguus and the Philippine C. hanshassi, but differs from these species by having more numerous shoulder tubercles, by the shell’s.
The status of two genera of Australian Pentatomidae, Poecilometis Dallas and Eumecopus Dallas, is discussed, and the two genera provisionally amalgamated on evidence from external morphology and the structure of the aedeagus of the male.
The name Poecilometis is adopted for the taxon. The species of Poecilometis as it is now understood are keyed and a complete description or redescription Cited by: 6.
VAN DYCK: A NEW DASYURUS Fig. /.Dasyurus spariacus, skull and dentary of holotype PM; scale, a xb xc xd x Fig. 2. Map showing collection sites (Morchead. Mibini and Mari} of Dasyurus in Papua New Guinea.
mm, D. spartacus (holotype PM) mm. D. spartacus also has a procumbent and separated I1, a metaconid on M2 and a short, crushed.At present the genus comprises about 40 species (Lorenz ), which are distributed through the Eastern Hemisphere, from Mediterranean Europe including the Atlantic islands, through Africa, southern mainland and insular Asia, New Guinea, New Britain, and Australia, with one species each occurring in Central America and on Hawaii, respectively.
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