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Revision of the tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico

by George H. Horn

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Published by American Philosophical Society, for sale by Henry C. Lea in Philadelphia, London .
Written in English


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Other titlesOn the revision of the tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico.
Statementby Geo. H. Horn
ContributionsAmerican Philosophical Society
The Physical Object
Pagination253-404 p., 2 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages404
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24598871M
OCLC/WorldCa13970186

A Field Guide to Insects of America North of Mexico book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Horn GE. () Revision of the Tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society (Series 2) – [Google Scholar] LeConte JL. () General remarks upon the Coleoptera of Lake Superior. In: Agassiz JLR.

The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal. Moving walls are generally represented in years. In rare instances, a publisher has elected to have a "zero" moving wall, so their current issues are available. Tenebrionidae America Bertolini, Stefano It?? - Tenebrionidae afrotropis Beyer, L.?? Australia Tenebrionidae Beyers, J.R. Canada Tenebrionidae Blackburn, Thomas reverend Australia - Tenebrionidae Australia Blair, Kenneth George UK ? - ? Tenebrionidae orbis.

Keywords: Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Alleculinae, Narses, Charisius, Mexico, Central America, Systematics, New synonymy, New species, New Combination Introduction The purpose of this paper is to record and describe the new species and distributional records of the genus Charisius Champion that have accumulated since my previous revision of the Cited by: 2. The Cucujidae, "flat bark beetles," are a family of distinctively flat beetles found worldwide (except Africa and Antarctica) under the bark of dead trees. The family has received considerable taxonomic attention in recent years and now consists of 59 species distributed in four : Insecta.


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Revision of the tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico by George H. Horn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title. Revision of the tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico / By. Horn, George H. (George Henry), American Philosophical Society.

Title of original article: On the revision of the tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico. Description: pages, 2 leaves of plates: illustrations ; 30 cm: Other Titles: On the revision of the tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico: Responsibility: by Geo.

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Horn, George H. (George Henry), If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter Cited by: Excerpt from Revision of the Tenebrionidæ of America, North of Mexico I have received valuable assistance from many kind friends, who have made collections in alcohol in various parts of our country, and kindly placed them at my disposal.

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2, art. 2 Title of original article: On the revision of the tenebrionidae of America, north of MexicoPages: This catalogue includes all valid family-group (8 subfamilies, 52 tribes, 14 subtribes), genus-group ( genera, 86 subgenera), and species-group names ( species, subspecies) of darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) known to occur in North America1 and their available synonyms.

Data on extant, subfossil and fossil taxa are by: Revision of the Tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico Revision of the Tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico by Horn, George H. (George Henry), Publication date This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

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The aim of Catalogue of Tenebrionidae (Coleoptera) of North America is to synthesize available taxonomic, nomenclatural, and distributional information for all darkling beetles known from North America, a region defined as the continent in the Western Hemisphere consisting of Greenland, Canada, United States of America, Mexico, Central America.

Title: A Systematic Revision of the genus Eucyrtus and its Complex (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) Author: Kiyoshi Ando Publisher: Roppon-Ashi Entomological Books. xi+ pp. with 38 color plates and figures, total pages. ISBN: ISSN:. Catalogue of Tenebrionidae (Coleoptera) of North America Article (PDF Available) in ZooKeys () January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Horn GE. () Revision of the Tenebrionidae of America, north of Mexico. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society (Series 2) –; LeConte JL.

() General remarks upon the Coleoptera of Lake Superior. In: Agassiz JLR. Lake Superior: its physical character, vegetation, and animals, compared with those of other and similar Cited by: 3.

a revision of the flies of the genus rivellia (otitidae, diptera) of america, north of mexico [namba, r.] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers. a revision of the flies of the genus rivellia (otitidae, diptera) of america, north of mexicoAuthor: R.

Namba. Triplehorn, C.A. The genus Phaleromela Reitter in North America (Tenebrionidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin Triplehorn, C.A. Revision of Diaperini of American north of Mexico with notes on extralimital species (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). uploads: Hajiqanbar (), Podapolipus khorasanicus n. (Acari: Podapolipidae), an Ectoparasite of Opatroides punctulatus (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae), With Notes on World Distribution and Host Range of the Beetle-Associates of Podapolipus spp.

FLORES and PIZARRO-ARAYA () Systematic revision of the South American genus Praocis Eschscholtz, (Coleoptera:. THE COCCINELLIDAE (COLEOPTERA) OF AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO ROBERT D. GORDON Systematic Entomology Laboratory IIBIII, Agricultural Research Service USDA, c/o U.S.

National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C. JOURNAL OF THE NEW YORK ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY Vol fascicle 1, pages Price per copy S The genus Epitrix is revised for America north of new species are described, E. californica, E.

gentneri, E. capsica, E. floridana, E. rufa, E. ovalis, E. centralis and E. Mexican species E. robusta Jacoby and eastern Palearctic E. pubescens (Koch) are newly reported from the United States.

Additional distributional and host plant records are reported and a key is. Review of the species of Paratenetus Spinola inhabiting America, north of Mexico 25 GMNH Georgia Museum of Natural History, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Richard Hoebeke. GHC Gerard J. Hilchie Collection, Edmonton, Alberta.

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