3 edition of On Myostoma, a new genus of the Burmaniaceaæ found in the catalog.
On Myostoma, a new genus of the Burmaniaceaæ
|Statement||by John Miers ; read June 7, 1866.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QK495.B79 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 461-475,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||475|
Genus Apolethon was established for a peculiar new species, A. fumator Wells, from Mozambique, eastern Africa. The generic name is an anagram of Laophonte, the type genus of the family Laophontidae, and the specific name, fumator, means one who deceives or confuses (cited from Wells, ). As suggested in the generic and. a new species of Stephanidae (Hymenoptera: Stephanoidea) from Japan, is described and illustrated. It is the first report of. Parastephanellus. Enderlein, from the Palaearctic region. Two new combinations are proposed in the genus. Profoenatopus: P. oberthueri (de Saussure, ) and. P. xanthocephalus (Cameron, ). Profoenatopus. comma.
THE GENUS SCHOENGASTIELLA HIRST (ACARI: TROMBICULIDAE), WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FIVE NEW SPECIES FROM NEPAL M. Nadchatram and Stan Fernandes ABSTRACT. -Schoengastiella Hirst, is here treated as a full genus. Five new species are described and new records for three others, all from Nepal, are also given. The. The nymphs of the genus Camelobaetidius Demoulin (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) in Brazil: new species, new records, and key for the identification of the species F.F. Salles 1*, J.E. Serr o 2 Three new species of Camelobaetidius Demoulin (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae), C. hamadae sp. n., C. lassance sp. n., and C.
Pediobomyia (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea: Eulophidae) with the description of a new species A. Gumovsky Gumovsky, A. Taxonomic notes on the entedonine genera Rhynchentedon and Pediobomyia (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Eulophidae) with the description of a new species. Zool. Med. Leiden 75 (14), xii , figs —. azons Valley by H.W. Bates, Esq., and descriptions of new species. Journal of Entomology, Pascoe FP, c. List of the Colydiidae collected in the Indian Islands by Alfred R. Wallace, Esq., and descriptions of new species. Journal of Entomology, Say T, Descriptions of new species of coleopterous insects.
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Description of a new genus (Trypanostoma) of the family Melanidæ, and of forty-five new species / By. Lea, Isaac, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Philadelphia:Merrihew & Thompson, Notes: Cover title.
A new genus and two new species of Pterostichini from China, with “sphodrine-like” parameres (Coleoptera, Carabidae) Article PDF Available. PDF | A new braconine genus, Stephanobracon Ranjith & Quicke (type-species: Stephanobracon narendrani Ranjith & Quicke sp.
nov.) from south India is | Find, read and cite all the research you. A new genus, Prochetostoma Han, is proposed based On Myostoma two tephritid species: P. bhutanicum, n. sp., and P. contemnens (Hering).
A cladogram of these species and representative species of all the other genera of the subtribe Chetostomatina (Tribe Trypetini) is presented in discussion of the phylogenetic position of the new genus.
Note on Philippines Dasyvalgus (Coleoptera, Cetoniidae, Valginae, Valgini). In 8vo, offp., pp. 13 with 18 figs. Offprint from Boll. Mus. Reg. Sci. Nat. Torino, 14(2. Eriphostoma is an extinct genus of gorgonopsian therapsids known from the Middle Permian (middle Capitanian stage) of Tapinocephalus Assemblage Zone, South has one known species, Eriphostoma microdon, and was first named by Robert Broom in It is the oldest known gorgonopsian and among the smallest and most basal members of the clade.
Other articles where Branchiostoma is discussed: amphioxus: are grouped in two genera—Branchiostoma (also called Amphioxus) and Epigonichthyes (also called Asymmetron)—with about two dozen species.
The chordate features—the notochord (or stiffening rod), gill slits, and dorsal nerve cord—appear in the larvae and persist into adulthood.
This new series provides brief, concise identification guides to all European Coleoptera, and is intended both for professional and amateur entomologists. Each volume will treat a systematic unit comprising about species.
This will usually mean a family or subfamily, but it can also be a single large genus, or a group of smaller : Hardcover.
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Formicidae. Subfam. Dorylinae. Revision of the Stonefly Family Nemouridae (Plecoptera) A Study of the World Fauna at the Generic Level Richard W. Baumann Introduction The family Nemouridae is the largest in the order Plecoptera, comprising species in 17 genera.
The family was erected by Newman inand he included most of the present Euho-lognatha in a large diverse. Two new species of the Oriental scarab genus Tocama Reitter,Tocama laosensis sp. and Tocama procera sp. n., are described from Indochina with diagnoses, distributions, remarks and illustrations.A key to the species of the genus is provided with a checklist with several nomenclatural changes: Hoplosternus tonkinensis Moser, is transferred to Tocama; Hoplosternus pygidialis.
THE GENUS ECHINODERES (KINORHYNCHA: CYCLORHAGIDA) FROM THE ENGLISH CHANNEL ROBERT P. HIGGINS Department of Invertebrate Zoology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
U.S.A. (Figs, i-4) Two new species of Kinorhyncha are described from the English Channel Echinoderes. The E. blennioides subspecies are believed to have diverged in separate drainage systems and glacial refugia during the Pleistocene ice ages, which destroyed older connections and shaped new river systems.
blennioides (northern greenside darter) ranges throughout the Ohio River basin and northeast into the Potomac and upper Genesee Rivers. The family Elmidae Curtis, has cosmopolitan distribution and most species inhabit riffles on streams and rivers, hence the name “riffle beetle”.
In recent years, this family has been featured in papers addressing the assessment and environmental monitoring of water quality. In Brazil, studies on the family remain scarce and the present investigation is a pioneering study in the state.
A new genus, Okamninus MynHardt & PHiliPs, n. gen. (Coleoptera: Ptinidae), and its type species, Okamninus annae MynHardt & PHiliPs, n. is described from Dominican amber. This new genus can be distinguished from all other spider beetles by a conspicuous bilobed protrusion on the pronotum.
Based on overall habitus and unique com. Citation: Tsujii K, Mita T, Terayama M, Pham HT, Okajima S () Discovery of the genus Formosiepyris Terayama, (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae) in Vietnam, with a description of a new species.
ZooKeys 25– doi: / zookeys Abstract Formosiepyris vietnamensis sp. (Hymenoptera: Bethylidae) is described based on material. The new genus and Magadha are readily distinguished from other known genera in the tribe Plectoderini by mesonotum with a transverse callus on anterior third of disc (Fig.
The new genus differs from Magadha in: pygo-fer (Fig. 11) in lateral view with dorsal margin distinctly shorter than ventral margin. A RE-EVALUATION OF THE GENUS TROPIDOSTOMA SEELEY by A. Keyser Geological Survey, P.B. Xl12, Pretoria ABSTRACT The type specimens of Cteniosaurus platyceps Broom, Dicynodon acutirostris Broom, and Dicynodon validus Broom were re-examined and were found to be very similar in a number of features rarely encountered in other Anomodontia.
Ascidia achimotae Millar, ; Ascidia adamanensis Oka, ; Ascidia ahodori Oka, ; Ascidia alisea Monniot & Monniot, ; Ascidia alpha Tokioka, ; Ascidia. Linda (Linda) subatricornis n. sp is described from Sichuan (holotype locality), Fujian, Shaanxi, Hebei, Ningxia of China.
It is separated from the most similar species L. atricornis Pic by differences in genitalia and antennal insertions. Detailed descriptions, photographs of habitus and genitalia, distribution of the two sibling species and short discussion on the related species are presented.Allidiostomatinae Arrow: Allidiostoma Arrow, Idiostomatinae Arrow: Idiostoma Arrow, [= Allidiostoma Arrow, ] [ nec Idiostoma Walsingham, ] References [ edit ].ORIGINAL ARTICLE Taxonomic notes on the genus Holepyris (Hymenoptera: Bethylidae) from Korea with descriptions of six new species ens_ Jongok LIM1, Mamoru TERAYAMA2, Sangchul SHIN3 and Seunghwan LEE1 1Insect Biosystematics Laboratory, Research Institute of Agriculture and Life Science, Department of Agricultural Bio-technology, Seoul National University, Daehak-dong.