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Akalyptoischion, a new genus of Lathridiidae from western North America (Coleoptera)

Fred G. Andrews

Akalyptoischion, a new genus of Lathridiidae from western North America (Coleoptera)

by Fred G. Andrews

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Published by State of California, Dept. of Food and Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry, Laboratory Services/Entomology in Sacramento .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beetles -- Classification.,
  • Beetles -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementFred G. Andrews.
    GenreClassification.
    SeriesOccasional papers in entomology -- no. 22
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22936063M

    Steatoda albomaculata (De Geer, ) — North America, Europe, North Africa to Israel, Russia (Europe to Far East), Central Asia, China, Korea, Japan Steatoda albomaculata infuscata (Schenkel, ) — Switzerland; Steatoda ancora (Grube, ) — Russia (South Siberia) Steatoda ancorata (Holmberg, ) — Mexico to Chile. The Chloroperlinae taxon Alloperla severa of western North America is reviewed. Alloperla elevata and A. thalia previously treated as a synonyms of A. severa are considered valid species.

    Five species of the genus Flacopimpla Gauld occur in North and Central America. Two species are known from the USA and Canada, F. kasparyani sp. nov. is described from north-eastern Mexico in this paper, and two species occur in Costa Rica. A key to the five species of Flacopimpla of North and Central America is by: 1. Biota of Freshwater Ecosystems Identification Manual No. 3 FRESHWATER SPHAERIACEAN CLAMS (MOLLUSCA:PELECYPODA) OF NORTH AMERICA by J. B. Burch Museum of Zoology The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan for the ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Project * EL'D Contract # March For sale by 'the Superintendent of .

    Tischeriidae of America north of Mexico (Microlepidoptera) (American Entomological Society. Memoirs) [Annette F Braun] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Annette F Braun. western pine beetle, Dendf-octonus brevicomus LeConte (WPB), another species closely related to the Mexican pine beetle. Specimens of the new Lasconotus were apparently attracted to the bait funnels which suggests that they probably are associates of the bark beetles. Of the 41 males and females captured, 71% landed on the WPB by: 1.


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Akalyptoischion, a new genus of Lathridiidae from western North America (Coleoptera) by Fred G. Andrews Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Akalyptoischion, a new genus of Lathridiidae from western North America (Coleoptera). [Fred G Andrews]. Authority for placement: objective (type genus) Gender:. Original status: valid genus; Type species: Akalyptoischion tomeus Andrews, Fixation: original designation [see p.

4] ZooBank: FCB-1CFB91CFFA; References. Andrews, F.G. Akalyptoischion, a new genus of Lathridiidae from western North America (Coleoptera).

Genus: Akalyptoischion Species: Akalyptoischion atrichos. Name. Akalyptoischion atrichos Andrews, References cited sources. Andrews, F.G.

Akalyptoischion, a new genus of Lathridiidae from western North America (Coleoptera). Occasional papers in entomology, (22) PDF. in a new genus, Sierracapnia, with C.

barberi Claassen as the type species. Seven species are included: S. barberi (Claassen ) new comb., S. hornigi (Baumann and Sheldon ) new. Lathridiidae definition is - a family of small widely distributed light brown to dark brown beetles that have the wings fringed with short hair and feed chiefly on fungi.

genusCapnia(Plecoptera: Capniidae) in North America C. Riley Nelson Brigham Young University Richard W. Baumann Brigham Young University Follow this and additional works at: This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Western North American Naturalist Publications at BYU ScholarsArchive.

It Cited by: This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Title. On the North American Asilidae (Dasypogoninae, Laphrinae), with a new genus of Syrphidae. Related Titles.

Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. Williston, Samuel W. (Samuel Wendell), This is another family of Cucujoidea that has been poorly studied in North America. Most of the genera, particularly those of the subfamily Corticariinae, are in need of modern revision.

Two subfamilies, the Lathridiidae and the Corticariinae, occur in the Nearctic Region. The generic classification of the Lathridiinae follows that of Walkley. Rediscovered at last: a new enigmatic genus of Axymyiidae (Diptera) from western North America. Sinclair BJ. An unusual and undescribed genus and species of Axymyiidae known from a single specimen collected more than 50 years ago in Alaska is rediscovered in Cited by: 6.

Moths of western North America vol. 4: Distribution of "Oecophoridae" (sensu Hodges, ) of western North America by Powell, J.A.; Opler, P.A. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Capniidae, the small winter stoneflies, are a family of insects in the stonefly order (Plecoptera).

It constitutes one of the largest stonefly families, containing some species distributed throughout the closest relatives are the rolled-winged stoneflies ().Many species are endemic to small ranges, perhaps due to the family's tendency to evolve tolerance for cold Class: Insecta.

A review of the genus Cryptocephalus in America north of Mexico (Chrysomelidae: Coleoptera) (United States. National Museum. Bulletin) [White, Richard E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A review of the genus Cryptocephalus in America north of Mexico (Chrysomelidae: Coleoptera) (United States. National Museum. Bulletin)Author: Richard E White. ‘‘Helvella lacunosa’’ from western North America (most intensively in California), Mexico, eastern North America (the Midwest and Northeast), both southern (Montenegro) and northern Europe (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands) and Asia (southwestern China).

Because no holotype exists for this species, we tried to obtain samples. A new genus and two new species of Hemerobiidae (Neuroptera) are described from the late Eocene Baltic amber, i.e., Proneuronema gradatum gen.

et sp. nov. and P. minorgen. et sp. nov. We report and describe the first species of Atheroides Haliday presumed to be native to North America, collected at the Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico, USA. We hypothesize its placement among the Siphini based on morphological, phylogenetic analysis and extend the distribution of the genus to the Holoarctic.

We expand the key of the known Atheroides to include the new species and Cited by: 2. Akalyptoischion includes 24 described species restricted to western North America (Hartley et al., ). Phylogeny and classification of Cucujoidea and the recognition of a new superfamily. A NEWSPECIES AND NEW SYNONYM IN THE GENUS PSYCHORONlA (LIMNEPHILIDAE), WITH SIGNIFICANT HECORDS FOR CADDISFLIES (TRlCHOPTERA) FROM WESTERN NORTH AMERICA David E.

Ruiterl All~ni1:\c.:T.-A new species ofcaddislly, PSljclll)ronia brooksi (Limncphilidae), is dl:SCribed from ew Mexico, andCited by: 6. A new genus and species of stoloniferous octocoral (Anthozoa: Clavulariidae) from the Pacific coast of North America G.C. Williams Williams, G.C.

A new genus and species of stoloniferous octocoral (Anthozoa: Clavulariidae) from the Pacific coast of North America. Zool. Med. Leiden 73 (24),figs — ISSN Theridiidae, also known as the tangle-web spiders, cobweb spiders and comb-footed spiders, is a large family of araneomorph spiders first described by Carl Jakob Sundevall in This diverse, globally distributed family includes over 3, species in genera, and is the most common arthropods found in human dwellings throughout the world.

Theridiid spiders are both entelegyne, meaning Class: Arachnida. Apionidae from North and Central America. Part. 3. A New Genus in the Tribe Aplemonini Kissinger from Mexico (Coleoptera) David G.

Kissinger. University Ave #40 Lorna Linda CA. Abstract. A new genus, Femtapion (type species. F. andersoni. Kissinger, new species from central Mexico), is described in the tribe Aplemonini.

Dis.The Loxosceles of Mexico and adjacent Central America now number 38 species of which 20 are described as new: nine mostly from the southern part of Baja California, four from the Sonoran enclave, and seven from the rest of Mexico and adjacent Central America; the species bolivari Gertsch, based on the mate holotype from Cueva García in Nuevo.CHANDLER, D.S., Larvae of wrack Coleoptera in the families Corylophidae, Rhizophagidae, and