2 edition of Biosystematics of the genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, 1913 (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae) of the world found in the catalog.
Biosystematics of the genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, 1913 (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae) of the world
J. H. Epler
by American Entomological Society at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Other titles||Dicrotendipes Kieffer, 1913.|
|Statement||by John H. Epler.|
|Series||Memoirs of the American Entomological Society ;, no. 36|
|LC Classifications||QL461 .A373 no. 36, QL537.C456 .A373 no. 36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||88174031|
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Biosystematics of the genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae) of the world. Philadelphia: American Entomological Society at the Academy of Natural Sciences, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J H Epler.
Biosystematics of the Genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the World Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Memoirs of The American Entomological Society, no. 36Biological classification: Genus. Biosystematics of the Genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the World Journal/Book Name, Vol.
No.: Memoirs of The American Entomological Society, no. Epler, J., Biosystematics of the genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae) of the world. Memoirs of American Entomological Society. Epler, J.H. Biosystematics of the genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, (Diptera: Chironomidae: Chironominae) of the World.
Memoirs of 1913 book American Entomological Society * Write me for a reprint or Ordering Information. The genus is monotypic for T. merrillorum Epler, described originally from Costa Rica. More recently it has been found in the U.S.A. in Arizona, Nevada and Utah (Lester et al.
; Krestian et al. Roback,nine of Dicrotendipes Kieffer,one of Fleuria Kieffer, and one of Kiefferulus Goetghebuer, from China have been included in the sampling for an.
The genus was stated to show close relationship to some Lauterborniella related genera, such as Apedilum Townes, Zavreliella Kieffer and Paralauterborniella Lenz which are characterised in the larva by having a six-segmented antenna and alternate Lauterborn organs (Microtendipes group sensu Cranston et al.), although the adult male of Yaeprimu Author: Wu Han, Jinxing Wei, Xiaolong Lin, Hongqu Tang.
Biosystematics of the genus Dicrotendipes Kieffer, (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the world Vol Page 1 Revision of the milliped family Eurymerodesmidae (Polydesmida: Chelodesmidea). Ablabesmyia is a large and ecologically diverse genus in the subfamily Tanypodinae. About 90 species are known worldwide ( and citations within), many of them described from the Neotropical Region .These small to medium size dipterans (– mm) are found in a broad range of aquatic systems, from small streams and ponds to lakes and : Elisabeth Stur, Fabio Laurindo da Silva, Torbjørn Ekrem.
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Elias. BIOSYSTEMATICS OF NORTH AMERICAN IPS (COLEOPTERA: SCOLYTIDAE) Hopping's Group IX [Gerald N Lanier] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Gerald N Lanier. New species of Nanocladius Kieffer, (Diptera: Chironomidae: Orthocladiinae) from Neotropical region Soﬁa Wiedenbrug1* and Fabio Laurindo da Silva2 1 Museum of Zoology, University of Sa˜o Paulo, Av.
Nazare´, Sa˜o Paulo, SP, Brazil 2 Laboratory of Aquatic Entomology, Department of Hydrobiology, Federal University of Sa˜o Carlos, P.O. Box,Cited by: 1. Based on intensive collecting from various sites in Sweden, the genus Dasyhelea Kieffer, was reviewed and the number of species now known from the country increased from five to twenty.
Among the new species recorded there are two species described as new to science, D. dominiakae sp. nov. and D. gothlandica sp. nov., both in the subgenus Dicryptoscena Enderlein, Andryala (Asteraceae: Cichorieae) is a little-known Mediterranean-Macaronesian genus whose taxonomy is much in need of revision.
The aim of the present biosystematic study was to elucidate species relationships within this genus based on morphological and molecular data. Introduction. Peyerimhoffia Kieffer, was described as a monotypic genus (type species Peyerimhoffia brachyptera Kieffer, = Sciara vagabunda Winnertz, ).Tuomikoski () regarded the taxon as a subgenus within Plastosciara Berg, = Cratyna Winnertz, (type species Cratyna atra Winnertz), followed by Mohrig and Mamaev () and Menzel and Mohrig (, ).Cited by: 1.
Introduction. Dasyhelea Kieffer is a large and complex genus of Ceratopogonidae with diverse morphology and biology which occurs worldwide in a variety of small aquatic habitats (Waugh and Wirth, ).Taxonomically, the recognition of subgenera and/or species groups is still incipient and generally has been applied intermittently only to various regional faunas (Diaz et al., ).Cited by: 2.
68 Kai Shi et al. / ZooKeys 67–83 () introduction Peyerimhoffia Kieffer, was described as a monotypic genus (type species Peyer- imhoffia brachyptera Kieffer, = Sciara vagabunda Winnertz, ). Tuomikoski () regarded the taxon as a subgenus within Plastosciara Berg, = Cratyna Win- nertz, (type species Cratyna atra Winnertz), followed by Mohrig and MamaevCited by: 1.Fifth disease definition is - an acute virus disease especially of children caused by a parvovirus (species Human parvovirus B19 of the genus Erythrovirus) and manifested by a blotchy red rash on the cheeks which spreads to the extremities and is usually accompanied by fever and malaise.family Tettigoniidae Krauss, subfamily Tettigoniinae Krauss, tribe Platycleidini Brunner von Wattenwyl, genus Anabrus Haldeman, urn:lsid.