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revision of the clunionine midges with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Diptera:Tendipedidae)

Willis Wagner Wirth

revision of the clunionine midges with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Diptera:Tendipedidae)

by Willis Wagner Wirth

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

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  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Diptera -- California.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 181-182.

      SeriesUniversity of California publications in entomology,, v. 8, no. 4
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL461 .C17 vol. 8, no. 4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination151-182 p.
      Number of Pages182
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL195946M
      LC Control Numbera 49010371
      OCLC/WorldCa833013

      A new genus and nine new species of Eugnomini (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) 87 A new genus and nine new species of Eugnomini (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) from New Caledonia Miłosz A. Mazur1 1 Center for Biodiversity Studies, Department of Biosystematics, Opole University, Oleska 22; Cited by: 2. The membracid genus Ceraon is discussed. Five species are recognized, of which one, pix, is described as new. Redescriptions of the remaining 4 species, contractum (Walker), gracile (Goding), tasmaniae.

      The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. This tree is infested by gall midges of the genus Mikiola in Europe and Japan but apparently not in North America. Mikiola may once have occured in North America and become extinct due to the relatively narrow bottleneck beech passed through during the Pleistocene when it Cited by: 2.

      Guoyue Yu () Notes on the genus Alloneda lablokoff-Khnzorianwith description of a new species (Co­ leoptera, Coccinellidae). Zoological Studies 37(4): The present paper reviews the genus Alloneda lablokoff-Khnzorianand enumerates 4 species, including 1 . Citation: Yang L, Li H () Review of the genus Tinissa Walker, (Lepidoptera, Tineidae, Scardiinae) from China, with description of five new species. ZooKeys 1– doi: /zookeys Abstract The genus Tinissa Walker is reviewed for China. Seven species are recognized, of which T. apicimaculata.


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Revision of the clunionine midges with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Diptera:Tendipedidae) by Willis Wagner Wirth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A revision of the clunionine midges with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Diptera, Tendipedidae). [Willis Wagner Wirth]. Herein, we describe a new genus of Toryminae known only from Chile, with four new species. We discuss the placement of this new genus in the tribe Monodontomerini based on.

Telmatogetoninae Wirth, References. Wirth, W.W., (), A revision of the Clunionine midges with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Diptera: Tendipedidae). University of California Publications in Entomology, 8: – Australasian/Oceanian Diptera Catalog-Web Versian.

A revision of the genus Doryodes Guenée,with descriptions of six new species 5 have filiform antennae. The frons is bare ventrally, covered with rough scaling dor-sally. The eyes are. Jan 01,  · A revision of the Clunionine midges with descriptions of a new genus and four new species (Diptera: Tendipedidae).

University of California Publications in Entomology 8: Cited by: It also keys out in the Spinelli et al. () revision of bloodsucking biting midges of Argentina to the couplet 24, but in this new species the vein R 3 is not pale, but darkened up to the point where it turns abruptly forward to meet the costa and lacks the distinct black spot just beyond hankins-farms.com by: 3.

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Leafhoppers of the subfamily Coelidiinae of Peru with descriptions of new genus, new species, new records, checklist and distribution (): 77, was reinstated in a revision of the subfamily (NIELSON ). In this paper we recognize 5 tribes, 42 genera and species from Peru, including 1 new genus and 25 new species described in.

Notes orl the Spanish Net-Wiilged Midges (Diptera, Blephariceridae), with description of two new species. - The Net-Winged Midges of the Iberian peninsula and the Pyrenees are reviewed and their distributions briefly outlined.

Liponeum isahellae n. from the north-west of Spain and the widespread L. hispanicu n. are named. The latter. We provide new state and county records of biting midges in the genus Culicoides Latreille (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the southeastern United States collected with CDC miniature light traps during – in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas.

The primary goals of the surveys were. (endogean and troglobiont), prompted the review of this genus in the Iberian Peninsula.

Most of the samples came from caves of the Mediterranean basin of Spain, from Cádiz to the Tarragona province. As a result of this revision, nine new species have been established: C. herculea n. sp., an endogean from Cádiz; C. vergitana n. from the. The world fauna comprises species from 52 genera of gall midges associated with plants of the order Pinales (3 families, 16 genera and 74 species); 14 genera are specific to Pinales.

The distribution of genera and species of gall midges over host plant taxa is hankins-farms.com: Z. Fedotova, A. Averenskij. This article is from Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, volume AbstractThe following two new species of Culicoides from the Argentinean Yungas are.

details and the figures are included in the excellent descriptions of the new species, redescriptions of known species, and in the key to the complexes. This book should be on the want list of all myrmecologists.

It is not only the latest revision of this genus, but a model for other workers. DENMARK Division of Plant Industry Fla. Dep. The Andean genera Lurama Schaus, and Ulmara Schaus, are hankins-farms.com poses difficulty for revision due to lost male genitalia of the types of both described hankins-farms.com conjuncta sp.

n., Ulmara azurula sp. n., and Ulmara dombroskiei sp. are described as new in the genus Ulmara.A lectotype is designated for Lurama quindiuna Schaus, and Ulmara rotunda (Dognin, ).Cited by: 4. 94 GEISER: New genus and species of Silinae from Socotra (Cantharidae) Upon closer examination, it became apparent that these Socotran species are undescribed and they both show a rather unusual combination of characters, making it diffi cult to link them with any known members of the subfamily.

A new genus and species of flower flies from New Zealand (Anu una) are described to make the names avail-able for a forthcoming book on the biodiversity of New Zealand flies (Macfarlane, et alia).

To put Anu into proper perspective, the New Zealand flower flies are reviewed. A key to the genera of New Zealand Syr-phidae is presented. Prior to this study, only Merulempista cingillella (Zeller, ) was known from China. Th e aim of the present paper is to review the Chinese Merulempista based on the specimens collected in Gansu, Guangxi, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, Tianjin and Xinjiang, describe two species new for science and record one species new for the Chi-nese fauna.

Sep 01,  · Free Online Library: New records of biting midges of the genus Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the Yungas, Paranaense rainforest and CHACO ecoregions of Argentina.(Scientific Notes, Report) by "Florida Entomologist"; Biological sciences Animal taxonomy Research Discovery and exploration Distribution Health aspects Identification and classification.

Jan 01,  · Abstract. Biting midges of the genus Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) were collected during the summer of at the Greenville and Riverbanks Zoos in South Carolina with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) traps equipped with ultraviolet or incandescent lights and baited with carbon dioxide.

Sixteen species of Culicoides were collected, four of which represented more Cited by: 6. We provide the first records of six species of biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in the genus Culicoides Latreille from Mexico: C. baueri Hoffman, C. castillae Fox, C.

debilipalpis Lutz, C. iriartei Fox, C. leoni Barbosa and C. pusilloides Wirth and Blanton. In addition, C. leopoldoi Ortiz is confirmed from Mexico, and new records are included for 25 other species previously recorded in Cited by: 2.Aug 31,  · The new species E.

tianmuensis is similar to the species of genus Cardiocladius Kieffer as following characters: mid and hind legs with 2 pseudospurs on ta1, ta2 and ta3; length of ta4 shorter than ta5 in all legs; but can be separated from the species of Cardiocladius on the basis of following points: the ta4 not cordiform and all wing veins.A new species of gall midge, Procontarinia schreineri Harris, which attacks mango foliage in Guam, is described and the results of field observations on its pest status, biology and population fluctuations are reported.

Eggs are laid on young mango leaves and larvae, which develop rapidly over about 5 days, induce blister galls before leaving to hankins-farms.com by: