2 edition of revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen found in the catalog.
revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen
|Other titles||Revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen (Diptera:Ceratopogonidae)|
|Statement||by Art Borkent, William L. Grogan, Jr.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington ;, no. 15|
|Contributions||Grogan, William L.|
|LC Classifications||QL461 .E58 no. 15|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||96210362|
Revision of the New Zealand genusAdipsomyia(Diptera: Empidoidea: Brachystomatidae: Trichopezinae), with key to local Empidoid family and selected genus groups. New Zealand Entomologist, Vol. 34, Issue. 1, by: Phylogenetic relationships of the subgenera of Exorista Meigen (Diptera: Tachinidae) are inferred from morphological data. Our results show that the genus Exorista is not monophyletic and that members of the subgenus Spixomyia Crosskey are divided into two clades. Each subgenus is redefined based on male and female morphological features.
Revision of the Palaearctic genus Cheilosia Palaearctic bare-eyed and black-legged species of the genus Cheilosia Meigen (Diptera, Syrphidae) Responsibility: Anatolij V. Barkalov & Gunilla Ståhls. Revision of the genus Anoplophora (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Hardcover – January 1, by Steven W Lingafelter (Author) › Visit Amazon's Steven W Lingafelter Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Author: Steven W Lingafelter.
Abstract. This article reviews 30 species of biting midges of the genus Dasyhelea that are known to occur in ses and detailed descriptions of adults are provided for all Polish species, as well as keys (based mainly on males) for the identification of Cited by: genus Brachypogon () Kieffer are world wide in distribution except for Antarctica. Due mostly to their small size, and because many species were often regarded as belonging to sup posed subgenera of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen, they have remained poorly known taxonomically until recently. For example, Wirth & Grogan.
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A revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen: with a discussion of phylogenetic relationships, zoogeography, and bionomic divergence revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen book Author: Art Borkent.
in the genus Ceratopogon Meigen and later transferred to Palpomyia Meigen, J ohanns eniella Williston, or Johannseno-myia Malloch. Although Johannsen () correctly placed these species in Clinohelea, the North American species have needed comprehensive revision and a good key for identification.
In the present paper seven Nearctic. A revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen with a discussion of phylogenetic relationships, zoogeo-graphy, and bionomic divergence (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Memoirs Entomol.
Biting midges (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) from Baltic : Gustavo R. Spinelli and William L. Grogan. This revision of the predaceous midges in the genus Palpomyia Meigen inhabiting the Patagonian region of Argentina and Chile recognizes eight species, provides diagnoses, descriptions, illustrations and a key to all species, as well as new distributional records of previously described by: 7.
Notes are given for the separation of Macropeza Meigen from closely related genera. A generic diagnosis, synonymy, and a check list of in-cluded species are presented.
blantoni n. is described from Florida, the first record of this genus from North America. The genus Macropeza Meigen has been poorly understood, in spite of. The genus Pelecocera Meigen (Diptera: Syrphidae) is revised.
Type material of most species was studied to describe, illustrate and delimit the male of Pelecocera persiana Kuznetzov, recently. Abstract. The four Palearctic species of the shore-fly genus Discomyza Meigen are revised, including the description of an undescribed species.
The undescribed species, D. baechlii, is found at higher elevations mainly in Austria and Switzerland (type locality: Graubünden: Ausserferrera-Cresta ( m; 46°28'N, 9°31'E).Cited by: 1.
A revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen with a discussion of phylogenetic relationships, zoogeography, and bionomic divergence (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Revision of the Oriental species of the genus Sphegina Meigen, (Diptera: Syrphidae) The Oriental species of the genus Sphegina Meigen, are revised.
The following 43 new species are described: Sphegina (Sphegina) abbreviata sp. nov. (Nepal), S. (S.) angustata sp. nov. (Nepal), S. (Asiosphegina) albolobata sp. nov. (Vietnam), S. (Asiosphegina) amplistylus sp. nov. (Philippines), : Jeroen Van Steenis, Heikki Hippa, Valeri A.
Mutin. This revision recognizes 16 extant species of Serromyia in the Holarctic Region, including 7 described as new: S. bicolor sp. nov., S. borealis sp. nov., S.
nudicolis Cited by: Genera Allohelea Kieffer, ; Alluaudomyia Kieffer, ; Brachypogon Kieffer, ; Ceratoculicoides; Ceratopogon (Meigen, ; Downeshelea; Echinohelea Class: Insecta.
The Australian species of Exorista Meigen are revised and the genus redescribed from these species. auriceps Macquart is confirmed as a synonym of eps Macquart, and E. mungomeryi. A revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen with a discussion of phylogenetic relationships, zoogeography, and bionomic divergence (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae).
Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington pp. (Received from publisher Sept. 20). A revision of the genus Palpomyia Meigen of northeastern North America (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae).
University of Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Miscellaneous Publication 1– Grogan Jr W.L. & Wirth W.W. The North American predaceous midges of the genus Palpomyia Meigen (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae).Author: Alicja Alwin-Kownacka, Ryszard Szadziewski, Jacek Szwedo.
A revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen with a discussion of phylogenetic relationships, zoogeography, and bionomic divergence (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae).
Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington Borkent A, Grogan WL. Catalog of the New World biting midges north of Mexico (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Zootaxa Checklist of genera Ochlerotatus and Aedes in the Nearctic Region (Reinert ). Genus Aedes Meigen Subg. Aedes Meigen cinereus Meigen Subg.
Aedimorphus Theobald vexans (Meigen) Subg. Stegomyia Theobald aegypti (Linnaeus) albopictus (Skuse) Genus Ochlerotatus Lynch. Meigen, J. Versuch einer neuen Gattungseintheilung der europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten.
Versuch einer neuen Gattungseintheilung der europäischen zweiflügeligen Insekten. Magazin für Insektenkunde 2: – Borkent A, Grogan WL.
() A revision of the genus Ceratopogon Meigen with a discussion of phylogenetic relationships, zoogeography and bionomic divergence (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Washington 1– Borkent A, Grogan by: 9. About this book The Genus Forcipomyia Meigen of the Family Ceratopogonidae (Oder Diptera) is a large genus accommodating hairy biting midges extent in different parts of the world.
An insect of this genus has such other characteristics as scale like microtrichia covering its wings, with short costa and first radial cell small, narrow and often. The fly genus Suillia Robineau-Desvoidy,belonging to the tribe Suilliini of the family Heleomyzidae, is distributed throughout the world.
Only five species of this genus have previously been recorded from the Korean fauna: rnis (Meigen), ipennis Czerny, hukella Gorodkov, Coquillett, and ergum Pandellé. In the course of a revisionary survey of Author: Seong Yun Mun, Sang Jae Suh.
THE GENUS DICTYA MEIGEN (TETANOCERIDEAE, DIPTERA) [Curran, C.H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE GENUS DICTYA MEIGEN (TETANOCERIDEAE, DIPTERA)Author: C.H.
Curran. A taxonomic review is provided of imagines of the forty-one known British species of Culicoides Latreille (Diptera, Ceratopogonidæ). Four species new to science, C. cameroni, C.
reconditus, C. segnis and C. machardyi are described from the British Isles. The female of C. poperinghensis Goetghebuer is described for the first time.
C. poperinghensis Goetghebuer and C. Cited by: texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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