evolution of the holarctic leafhopper genus Diplocolenus Ribaut

with descriptions and keys to subgenera and species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae).
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British Museum (Natural History) , London
Diplocolenus., Insects -- Evolution., Insects -- Classifica
SeriesBulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Entomology, v. 29, no. 7
LC ClassificationsQL461 .B56 Vol 29, no. 7, QL527.C49 .B56 Vol 29, no. 7
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Pagination360-413 p.
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The evolution of the holarctic leafhopper genus Diplocolenus Ribaut, with descriptions and keys to subgenera and species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). [W J Knight]. The evolution of the holarctic leafhopper genus Diplocolenus Ribaut, with descriptions and keys to subgenera and species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) Vol Page Knight W.J.

Evolution of the Holarctic leafhopper genus Diplocolenus Ribaut, with descriptions and keys to subgenera and species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 29 (7): Knight W.J. The Evolution of the Holarctic Leafhopper Genus Diplocolenus Ribaut with Descriptions and Keys to Subgenera and Species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) by Knight, W.J.

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Classification and phylogeny of the Holarctic water strider genus Limnoporus Stål (Hemiptera, Gerridae) Article in Canadian Journal of Zoology 70(4) February with 71 Reads. Introduction. Macrosteles laevis is a representative of the subfamily Deltocephalinae, the largest group within the family Cicadellidae (Zahniser and Dietrich).The Deltocephalinae leafhoppers are distributed worldwide.

Most of them feed on xylem sap, using a Cited by: AAGARDIA, A NEW HOLARCTIC CHIRONOMID GENUS SYSTEMATICS In the key to Holarctic male Orthocladiinae (Cranston et al., ) Aagaardia is included as ‘Zalutschia’ sivertseni and keyed out in the same couplet as Boreo- smittia Tuiskunen.

However, Boreosmittia apparently is related to Pseudosmittia Goetghebuer having among other the base of the anal.

The leafhopper Macrosteles laevis, like other plant sap-feeding hemipterans, lives in obligate symbiotic association with microorganisms. The symbionts are harbored in the cytoplasm of large cells termed bacteriocytes, which are integrated into huge organs termed bacteriomes.

Morphological and molecular investigations have revealed that in the Cited by: Introduction.

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The leafhopper genus Sweta was established by Viraktamath and Dietrich () based on the type species Sweta hallucinata Viraktamath & Dietrich,from northeast India and Thailand.

This dikraneurine genus is remarkable because it shares features with another leafhopper subfamily, Signoretiinae, restricted to the Old World tropics (Viraktamath and Author: Lin Yang, Xiangsheng Chen, Zi-Zhong Li.

species, Macrosteles laevis, in the Holarctic region. Material and methods Insects Adult males and females (Ribaut,) (Fig.

1a) destined for histological and ultrastructural studies were col-lected from herbaceous plants in Kraków, Gliwice, Częstochowa,andBielsko-Biała(inthesouthofPoland)from. Evolution within the Sciuridae and exchange between the Nearctic and Palearctic will be considered for the most part at the generic level.

This is done for two reasons: fossil and living genera are more nearly equivalent taxonomic categories; and, too little is known about mid- and late-Pleistocene species of squirrels in Eurasia to allow for Cited by: The leafhopper genus Xyphon, included in the sharpshooters, is a widely distributed group of insects whose species are vectors for various plant diseases.

Xyphon has historically contained up to 9 species. These species have been poorly delimited in the past and their identification has been difficult using published keys. PATTERNS OF VARIATION IN WASPS OF THE GENUS THERION (HYMEN:ITHNEUMONIDAE) [Slobodchikoff, C.N.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.


(, March 31). New genus of treehopper named after Selena Quintanilla, the queen of Tejano music. ScienceDaily. Retrieved Ap from edaily.

Taxonomic revision of the Holarctic diving beetle genus Acilius Leach (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) JOHANNES BERGSTEN1 and KELLY B. MILLER2 1Department of Ecology and Environmental Science, Umea ˚University, Umea, Sweden, and 2Department of Integrative Biology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, U.S.A.

Abstract. A full taxonomic revision is presented of the. Taxa hierarchy. This is your first entry to the "Taxa hierarchy" can modify these specifications at any time by clicking the "Change items displayed" button in the header.

Review of Palearctic Ormyridae (Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea), with Description of Two New Species. Zerova M. D., Seryogina L. Ya.— A key to all Palearctic species of the genus Ormyrus Westwood is provided. Ormyrus ermolenkoiZerova, sp. Ofthe genus Leptopterna Fb.

four European species have been described: L. dolobrata (L.) (Holarctic), L. pilosa Rt. (Iberian), ata (Fn.) (Holarctic) eimaeWgn. (Medi-terranean, known from Sicily and southern France andSpain). Anexaminationofa collec-tion from Spain revealed another new species.

Key to the European species. The Holarctic diving beetle genus Graphoderus (Dytiscinae, Aciliini) contains relatively few and well-known species but these may still be difficult to identify based on external characters. A taxonomic problem in the eastern Palearctic was discovered that relates to the Palearctic G.

zonatus (Hoppe, ) and the Nearctic G. perplexus Sharp, Cited by: 2. A new species of mollusc that shares the same morphology as the limpet (Fissurellidae) and is 14 millimetres in length has been found in Antarctic waters.

Genus Cirolana Leach, REMARKS Th e genus Cirolana, with described species, is the largest in the family Cirolanidae (Bruce ; Brusca et al. ; Bruce et al. It is known world-wide, having previously been recorded from all oceans except the Southern Ocean and polar waters.

Th e genus occurs primarily in the shallow waters of. A new species of the pardaliscid amphipod, Nicippe recticaudata, from off Cape Toi, Japan, is named and described. This is the first record of Nicippe Bruzelius, from the western Pacific coast of the Japanese archipelago.

Additionally, nucleotide sequences of nuclear 28S ribosomal RNA and histone H3 as well as mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) and 16S Cited by: 3.

Other articles where Paleoptera is discussed: insect: Wings and flight: In the Paleoptera the wings are held aloft above the back, as in mayflies, or held extended permanently on each side of the body, as in dragonflies.

Throughout the Neoptera there is a wing-flexing mechanism (secondarily lost in butterflies) that enables the wings to be folded back. Genus Metohia Abs. in Yugoslavia and its relation to the genera Typhlogammarus Schaf. and Accubogammarus n. gen.

Poljoprivreda i Šumarstvo 43– Karaman G.S. Contribution to the knowledge of the Amphipoda The genus Accubogammarus G. Kar. in Yugoslavia with remarks to the genus Typhlogammarus Schaf. (Fam. Gammaridae). Sas., Koz., comb. are attributed to the genus Minettiella.

The genus Minettia Robineau-Desvoidy, com-prises more than a hundred species distributed mainly in the Holarctic. Fifty-one species, including those listed below, have been found in the Palaearctic.

The data on these species are given by me in the form of a summary key. Two new species of the genus Bryocyclops Kiefer, (Copepoda: Cyclopoida: Cyclopidae) from southern Thailand Santi Watiroyram Abstract.

Bryocyclops muscicoloides, new species, and B. trangensis, new species, are described from caves in southern Thailand. They have a morphologic resemblance to B. muscicola (Menzel, ), a member of GroupFile Size: 8MB. @book{bhl, title = {Calanoid copepods of the genera Spinocalanus and Mimocalanus from the central Arctic Ocean, with a review of the Spinocalanidae / }, copyright = {Not provided.

The taxonomy is reviewed and a key is presented to females of 20 species. The distribution and biology of each species are discussed: all are primary parasitoids on eggs of Lepidoptera (including Dendrolimus, Lymantria dispar, etc.), Orthoptera (including Dictyoptera) and Hemiptera.

Three new species (A. brevicaudus n. sp., A. dlabolai n. and A. ferrierei n. sp.) are Cited by: 8. UN 76 HYDROPHILIDAE substriatum Faldermann, 8 E: AB AR AU AZ BH BU CR CZ DE FR GE GR HU IT LT MC ME PL SK ST UK N: AG EG TU A: ES FE IS KA KZ LIA MG NE NMO SHX TD TM TR WS atratum Ragusa, genus Sphaeridium, nomina dubia (possibly not Hydrophiloidea) bipunctatum Thunberg, c: [DA] E: SV bipustulatum Thunberg.

Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Malta >> Brachytrupes megacephalus Sahnoun, Doumandji & Desutter-Grandcolas. Zootaxa >> Brachytrupes megacephalus.of Leiodes I have preserved in my collection two male specimens of Leiodes mentioned in the Hoshina´s Review () and determined by Hoshina as Leiodes ore I have had the possibility to compare the holotypus of L.

multipunctata (Rye, ) with Leiodes multipunctata sensu Hoshina. Rye, emphasized, in the original .A more recent assessment of syrphid evolution was made by Borisova (). She combined information from Shatalkin (a, b), Hull (), Hartley (), Rohdendorf (), and Thompson () with her own unique work on female ovipositors and ovarioles to predict the characters of the ancestral syrphid: in theCited by: