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Scolytid Beetles of the Genus Renocis Casey, with Descriptions of Nine New Species.

United States National Museum.

Scolytid Beetles of the Genus Renocis Casey, with Descriptions of Nine New Species.

by United States National Museum.

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SeriesProceedings of the United States National Museum -- 3084,
ContributionsBlackman, M.
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Open LibraryOL21712404M

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The first version of this book was published in , and translated into Chinese and published (with a specially prepared update) in by Fudan University Press (ISBN). Other recent summations include reviews by Grout (), Lo () and Petanovi´c (), and a new book in Chinese by Xin et al. (). Wood-boring insects, including longhorn beetles, tumbling flower beetles (color plate 5D), and bark beetles contributed to the dispersal of this pathogen Just when bark beetles acquired symbiotic associations with fungi is an interesting question. Bark beetle (scolytid) fossils occur throughout the Cretaceous and probably acquired the de-.


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Scolytid Beetles of the Genus Renocis Casey, with Descriptions of Nine New Species by United States National Museum. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The scolytid beetles of the genus Renocis Casey, with descriptions of nine new species Vol Page Two new genera and three new species of cheilodipterid fishes, with notes on the other genera of the family.

The scolytid beetles of the genus Renocis Casey, with descriptions of nine new speciesCited by: 1. The scolytid beetles of the genus Renocis Casey, with descriptions of nine new species.

Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus. Blackman, 2. New distribution records and descriptions of a new genus and species. Stud. Neotrop. Fauna Environ. New date and description of new species of bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae.

beetle abundance. Several new state records were collected during this study, species of scolytid beetles reared on sterilized tea plants. Eighty-nine species were captured over the three. Full text of "Contributions toward a monograph of the scolytid beetles" See other formats.

A New Genus and Species of Neotropical Water Beetle, Jolyelmis auyana, from a Venezuelan Tepui (Coleoptera: Elmidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington (2), 25 figures. Spangler, P.

Guaranius carlosi, a New Genus and Species of Dryopid Beetle from Paraguay (Coleoptera: Dryopidae). Coleopterists Bulletin   Several corthyline ambrosia beetle species, for example, have only been collected from the woody petioles of large, fallen Cecropia leaves (Wood,Wood,Jordal and Kirkendall, ), which are also utilized by generalist ambrosia beetles such as Xylosandrus morigerus (Blandford) (Andersen et al., ) and X.

crassiusculus. Sixteen species of Cerambycidae are newly recorded for New Brunswick, Canada; Arhopalus obsoletus (Randall), Atimia confusa confusa (Say), Callidium frigidum Casey, Phymatodes amoenus (Say), P.

Dolichopodid species are found in a wide variety of habitats but the best known predators are those of the Medetera genus that prey on the larvae and pupae of wood-boring insects. Medetera is a distinctive genus of more than described species and their association with bark beetles has attracted attention in both the Nearctic and Palearctic.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. () listed 24 species in this genus; Pal and Sen Gupta () described two new species from India and Bhutan. The genus has never been revised, nor are there any comprehensive keys to the species.

Most of the original descriptions are brief and. Diversity of forensic rove beetles (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae) associated with decaying pig carcass in a forest biotope. PubMed. Dekeirsschieter, Jessica; Frederick, Christine; Ve. A Checklist of the Beetles of Cuba with Data on Distributions and.

download Report. Comments. Transcription. A Checklist of the Beetles of Cuba with Data on Distributions and. Barr () treats the species occurring in the Pacific Northwest, but almost all recent literature dealing with this genus contains only descriptions of new species, notations about synonymy, or.

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An illustration of a horizontal line over an up pointing arrow. New taxonomic acts † Meligethiellinae Kireichuk & Ponomarenko, is resurrected. The subfamily is removed from synonymy with Peltinae: Thymalini and shifted from Cleroidea to Cucujoidea sensu lato (including genera † Meligethiella Medvedev, and † Ostomalynus Kireichuk & Ponomarenko, ; genus † Juralithinus Kireichuk & Ponomarenko, is classified within Trogossitidae.

Current regeneration of the host plant has been compromised by feral ungulates, rats, and scolytid beetles (see Summary of Factors Affecting the Species section below). The larval feeding site on the plant remains unknown because attempts to rear this species from decaying parts of P.

beccariana have thus far been unsuccessful (W. Mull. ZooKeys ZooKeys ZooKeys Pensoft Publishers /zookeys Trogossitidae: A review of the beetle family, with a catalogue and keys Kolibáč Jiří 1.

See Casey (, ) to separate the species. The genus needs revision. Zygobaridina Pierce Acentrinops Casey1 sp., A. brevicollis CaseyNew Mexico and Texas. Amercedes Casey1 sp., A. subulirostris CaseyLouisiana and Texas.

This species is associated with Zanthoxylum (Rutaceae) (Pierce ). certain scolytid bark beetles have dispersed to and colonized a host tree (Atkins and FarrisJohnson ; see also Solbreck and Pehrson ).

Whereas adults of some species may themselves decide to migrate, adults of other species may, under certain circumstances, produce offspring destined to exhibit migratory tendencies as adults. Nine species in four genera occur in Canada; 17 species in five genera occur in North America.

Adults and larvae feed on the staminate flowers of various pines and other conifers (Kuschel 1g8g). The genus Ambrosiella accommodates species of Ceratocystidaceae (Microascales) that are obligate, mutualistic symbionts of ambrosia beetles, but the genus appears to be polyphyletic and more diverse than previously recognized.

In addition to Ambrosiella xylebori, Ambrosiella hartigii, Ambrosiella beaveri, and Ambrosiella roeperi, three new. Using Radiation to Sterilize Light Brown Apple Moth Lanham, MD; Novem -- A new study published in the Journal of Economic Entomology shows that radiation can be used to effectively sterilize the light brown apple moth (LBAM), an insect pest found in Australia, New Zealand, California, Hawaii, Sweden, and the British Isles.