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Type material of the families Lysianassidae, Stegocephalidae, Ampeliscidae and Haustorriidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the collections of the British Museum

M H. Thurston

Type material of the families Lysianassidae, Stegocephalidae, Ampeliscidae and Haustorriidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the collections of the British Museum

by M H. Thurston

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English


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Natural History

Statementby M.H. Thurston and E. Allen.
SeriesBulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Zoology -- vol. 17,no. 9.
ContributionsAllen, Elizabeth.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19897107M

  Family HORABAGRIDAE Sun or Imperial Catfishes 4 genera 11 species. Horabagrus Jayaram Hora, in honor of Sunder Lal Hora (), Director, Zoological Survey of India, for kindly suggesting Jayaram’s participation in a symposium (the Palearctic element in the fish fauna of peninsular India) and his help in the preparation of the article in . NO. 5 FAUCHALD: ANNELIDS FROM WESTERN MEXICO 3. Most of the material studied was taken by the VELERO. III and VELERO IV of the Allan Hancock Foundation, Univer-. sity of Southern California. A complete list of stations to. has been published (Fraser, ).

  The largest member of the family is the Spectral bat (Vampyrum spectrum); it is – cm (– inches) long with a wingspan of 90 cm (35 inches) or more. The diet of phyllostomid bats varies. Some, such as the little big-eared bats (Micronycteris), are insect eaters; some larger forms are carnivorous. the systematics and nomenclature of these two families of Coleoptera, and will provide additional infor-mation of importance to the bionomics of these families. Accordingly, only references relating to general anatomy, distribution, systematics, immature stages, illustrations, and some basic biological and eco-logical data are included.

Redescription of the genus Diopsosoma Malloch Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 48(3): , setembro Wayne N. Mathis1 & Alessandra Rung1 RESUMO. Redescrição do gênero Diopsosoma Malloch (Diptera, Periscelididae).Diopsosoma Malloch, e sua única espécie conhecida, D. primum Malloch, são redescritos. O gênero, embora facilmente . types, namely, sex, type locality, and type depository. Preparation of this list also revealed some problems in the nomenclature ofVespinae, which are rectified here. The status given each taxon generally follows Archer (, a), but without recognition of any subspecies. Archer has studied the entire subfamily worldwide, and he.


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Type material of the families Lysianassidae, Stegocephalidae, Ampeliscidae and Haustorriidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the collections of the British Museum by M H. Thurston Download PDF EPUB FB2

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he genus OoencyrtusAshmead is a world- wide and species-rich group in the family Encyrtidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera). Nearly species of Ooencyrtushave been recognized (Noyes ).

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The material has been collected at the beginning of the XIX century and includes specimen belonging to the families: Argentinidae. THURSTON, M.H. and E. ALLEN Type material of the families Lysianassidae, Stegocephalidae, Ampeliscidae and Haustoriidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the collections of the British Museum.

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A genetic fingerprint of Amphipoda from Icelandic waters – the baseline for further biodiversity and biogeography studies. Pp 55–73 In: Brix, S., Lorz, A-N., Stransky, B. & Svavarsson, J. (Eds) Amphipoda from the IceAGE-project (Icelandic marine Animals: Genetics and Ecology).Introduction. The family Clambidae Fischer von Waldheim is commonly known as the minute beetles and comprises about species in five genera worldwide (Leschen ).Most adults are collected from decaying vegetation, leaf litter and rotten wood, and sometimes flying at dusk ().At least some species are known to feed on microfungi or spores and hyphae on larger Author: Jeong-Hun Song, Kee-Jeong Ahn.The classification of the largest subfamily of leafhoppers, Deltocephalinae, including 38 tribes, genera, and valid species, is reviewed and revised.

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