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New World genus Parasphaerocera and allied groups with descriptions of new genera and species (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae)

Ke Chung Kim

New World genus Parasphaerocera and allied groups with descriptions of new genera and species (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae)

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Published by Entomological Society of America in [College Park, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parasphaerocera -- Classification.,
  • Mesosphaerocera -- Classification.,
  • Neosphaerocera -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMiscellaneous publications of the Entomological Society of America, v. 8, no. 6, Miscellaneous publications of the Entomological Society of America ;, v. 8, no. 6.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL461 .E563 vol. 8, no. 6, QL537.S6 .E563 vol. 8, no. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination379-444 p.
    Number of Pages444
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5454879M
    LC Control Number73157082

    Dondale, C.D. Definition of the genus Grammonota (Araneae: Erigonidae) with descriptions of seven new species. Canadian Entomologist 91(4): Dondale, C.D. and J.H. Redner. The infuscatus and dispar groups of the spider genus Philodromus in North and Central America and the West Indies (Araneida: Thomisidae). The Canadian. First record of the genus Acrapex from the New World, with description of a new species from the Carolinas and Virginia (Noctuidae: Amphipyrinae) Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 45(3): Ferguson, D.C. Franclemontia interrogans (Walker), a New Genus for an Old Species (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Amphipyrinae). Hodges, R.W. Review of the New World species of Batrachedra with description of three new genera (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea). Transactions of the American Entomological Society Hodges, R.W. Nearctic Walshiidae, notes and new taxa (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea).   Let me first give the structure of taxonomy for organisms in biology, starting with the dog: And there are a lot of taxonomic ranks in between.. The number of PHYLA you asked for, is considered to contain about 32 to 40 phyla in animals; often a.


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New World genus Parasphaerocera and allied groups with descriptions of new genera and species (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae) by Ke Chung Kim Download PDF EPUB FB2

The New World genus Parasphaerocera and allied groups with descriptions of new genera and species (Diptera: Sphaeroceridae). Parasphaerocera is a genus of lesser dung flies (insects belonging to the family Sphaeroceridae).

Species. ampla Kim, ; P. baloghi Papp, ; P. bimaculata Class: Insecta. Neosphaerocera is a genus of flies belonging to the family Lesser Dung flies. Species. boraceiensis Mourgues-Schurter, ; N. breviradiata (Papp, ) N.

flavicoxa (Malloch, ) N. diadelpha Mourgues-Schurter, ; N. novaeteutoniae Mourgues-Schurter, ; N Class: Insecta. ART NEWPARASITICMITESEWIXG 5 Remarks.—Describedfromafemalespecimentakenfromtype host,awoodrat,d, March21, Forty two new species combinations are proposed resulting from new genus-group synonymies and a replacement name.

One subfamily and three genera are considered taxa incertae sedis, and one genus a. Review of the western Atlantic species of Bollmannia Teleostei: Gobiidae: Gobiosomatini) with the description of a new allied genus and species April Aqua 18(2) Three new species of Gyroporus, one from the southern hemisphere (Gyroporus madagascariensis sp.

nov.) and two from the northern hemisphere (Gyroporus borealis sp. nov. and Gyroporus smithii sp. Vermeulen describes new species, Rivulus mejiai, first congener in Colombia of hartii group, in Eastern Cordillera Andes foothills [November]: K-D S Vermeulen+Mejia describe 2 new sympatric species, Rivulus carolinae with unique fin and Rivulus flammaecauda, striped+flamed [November]: K-D S Vermeulen+Mejia describe a Colombian new species, Rivulus.

Number of species: This is an enormous genus rife with synonymy. The actual number of species varies depending on whether or not the proposed, closely allied genera are included. Currently, the World Checklist of Monocotyledons recognizes only Trias as a separate genus and includes more than species in Bulbophyllum.

Distribution. in different genera (genus) At any level of organization, groups that have biological meaning are referred to as: Groups of species that included a single same ancestor and all are descendants from it.

-A new generation is produced every 30 minutes which allows a rapid evolutionary response to environmental change. The review of 22 genus-group and species-group taxa named in honour of R.

Linnavuori is given (Heteroptera genera and 75 species; Auchenorrhyncha genera and 49 species; Psyllomorpha   Sohn J.C. ( b) Taxonomic review of the Neotropical genus Anchimacheta (Lepidoptera: Urodidae) with descriptions of a new congener and an allied, new genus and species from Sri Lanka.

Journal of Natural History 48 (43–44): – Sphaeroceridae are a family of true flies in the order Diptera, often called small dung flies, lesser dung flies or lesser corpse flies due to their saprophagous habits. They belong to the typical fly suborder Brachycera as can be seen by their short antennae, and more precisely they are members of the section are over 1, species and about genera accepted as valid.

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Mallen kan avlägsnas efter en kontroll av innehållet (vidare information). Ballerio, A. The enigmatic Afrotropical genus Afrocloetus Petrovitz,with description of a second species from Kenia.

Giornale italiano di entomologia, – Ballerio, A. Descriptions of two new endemic genera and four new species of Ceratocanthinae (Insecta, Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea, Hybosoridae) from Madagascar.

Taxonomic notes on genera allied to Pleurotroppopsis (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae, Entedoninae) with description of a new genus from the Afrotropical region March Zootaxa () Sphaerocerinae is a subfamily of flies belonging to the family of the Lesser Dung flies.

Genera. Afromyia Kim, ; Ischiolepta Lioy, ; Lotobia Lioy,   Razowski, J.,Tortricidae (Lepidoptera) collected in Taiwan, with description of one new genus and eight new species, and a comparison with some regional faunas.

Zoological Studies 39 (4): – Full article: Razowski, J., The genera of Tortricidae (Lepidoptera) common for the Palaearctic and Afrotropical regions. Descriptions of new species of the New World genus. Perilypus. Spinola (Coleoptera: Cleridae: Clerinae) Weston Opitz. Kansas Wesleyan University, Department of Biology East Claflin Avenue Salina, Kansas [email protected] Date of Issue: J I.

NSECTA. UNDI. A Journal of World Insect Systematics. Terminology: Genus and Species: Let’s start by discussing what is meant by the terms genus and species. An easy way to remember these terms is to note that genus refers to the "generic" name, and species refers to the "specific" name.

A genus is a group of related plants. A key to species and descriptions are presented for 14 species of the New World genus Crassomicrodus Ashmead.

Seven new species, Crassomicrodus azteca, Crassomicrodus clypealis, Crassomicrodus costaricensis, Crassomicrodus jalisciensis, Crassomicrodus mariae, Crassomicrodus oaxaquensis,and Crassomicrodus olgae are microdus fenestratus (Viereck) is.

The new taxon differs from Lutzomyiina by the palpal formula and presence of posalar setae. Among the genera of this subtribe, E. piauiensis sp.

nov. is closest to Lutzomyia, mainly to some species of the subgenus Lutzomyia, but can be distinguished from them by the absence of setae on the anterior edge of the katepisternum in the latter. One genus could contain many species and few genera could belong to one family or subfamily.

In biological nomenclature of organisms, the generic name or the genus comes first. In addition, it must be written using English letters and the word must be started with a capital letter and the rest in simple letters.

Maxillaria. Ruiz & Pavón Pronunciation: max-ih-LARE-ee-uh (click on the name to hear it spoken) Tribe: Maxillarieae Subtribe: Maxillariinae Maxillaria, epiphytes with a sympodial growth habit, is one of the largest genera of New World generic name is derived from the Latin maxilla (jawbone) since the lip and column resemble the jaws of insects.

A genus is a level of biological classification. In the conventional definition, there are 7 tiers of classification: * Kingdom * Phylum * Class * Order * Family * Genus * Species This hierarchy has had numerous other layers added to it (infraorde.

Studies on the Crambidae (Lepidoptera). Part On some tropical Crambidae with descriptions of new genera and species. The illibalis-group of the genus Palpita Hübner (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Nomina Insecta Nearctica Some new North American Pyraustinae North American Crambinae.

Introduction. The genus Cochylidia Obraztsov consisted of small-sized moths belonging to the tribe Cochylini in the family Tortricidae.

It has a very small group with only 11 described species in the world (Brown,Sun and Li, ).At first, the genus was grouped by Pierce and Metcalfe () with the name “Genus 16”. Later, it was named as Cochylidia based on the type species. Aster tianmenshanensis G. Zhang & T. Gao, a new species of Asteraceae from southern China is described and illustrated based on evidence from morphology, micromorphology and molecular phylogeny.

The new species is superficially similar to Aster salwinensis Onno in having rosettes of spatulate leaves and a solitary, terminal capitulum, but it differs by its glabrous leaf margins, unequal.

"Saphenophis, new genus, accommodates five species of South American colubrid snakes: Dromicus boursieri Jan and Sordelli (type species), Liophis atahuallpae Steindachner, Rhadinaea antioquiensis Dunn, Rhadinaea tristriatus Rendahl and Vestergren, and Saphenophis sneiderni, new species (from southwestern Colombia).

Notes on British Hydradephaga; with descriptions of new species of Haliplus and Hydroporus. Entomol. Mag. On Hydrobius and allied genera. Entomol.

Mag Description of a new genus and species of Hydrophilidae from New Zealand, and of a new species of Philhydrasfrom Great Britian. Entomol. Zarhopalus Ashmead () is a New World group of mealybug parasitoids. Timberlake () first revised the genus and provided a key to the three species, Zarhopalus corvinus (Girault), Zarhopalus sheldoni Ashmead, and Zarhopalus inquisi-tor (Howard), found in the United States.

Bennett () described another species. - A holotype is a single type specimen upon which the description and name of a new species is based. Holotypes held in musems and herabria (house where dried plants are held), are used to achieve objectivity in names> Author of new species should select a.

phyletic clade of 13 species and eight paraphyletic taxa; the latter includes C. innumera, the type species of the genus. The second major lineage includes groupings concordant with the morphological cir-cumscriptions of the genera Melanochaeta, Melanop-sammella, Striatosphaeria, Zignoe¨lla and the new genus Tainosphaeria.

Understanding phylogenetic relationships among taxa is key to designing and implementing comparative analyses. The genus Drosophila, which contains over species, is one of the most important model systems in the biological sciences.

For over a century, one species in this group, Drosophila melanogaster, has been key to studies of animal development and genetics. Genus Definition. A genus is a group of species that are closely related through common decent.

A genus represent one of several hierarchical categories called taxa (singular taxongenera (plural of genus) include only a small group of species which evolved from a relatively recent common ancestor.

A schematic of the overall hierarchy can be seen below for reference. The number of tachinid genera recognized on a world basis is currentlyas enumerated here.

This number is expected to fluctuate both up and down in the coming decades as over-split genera are combined into larger and more meaningful genera and new genera are described to accommodate the many new species that await description.

The genus Alouatta is the most geographically widespread non-human primate in addition, in contrast to other New World primate taxa, data on patterns of parasitism and species (genera or group) of parasites found (we use species of parasites when possible, many studies provide only genera, family, or group.

NEW GENUS AND NEW SPECIES OF HESPERIIDAE INSECTA MUNDIJuly • 3 than base. Forewing origin Cu 2 mid base and origin Cu 1. Sexual dimorphism prominent or minor. Wings brown with yellow-orange or ochreous (male), yellow-orange or ochreous and white (female) maculation.

Mid and hindtibiae smooth (spined on one new species) with long, dense fringes on both tibia and. The genus Taxus includes 24 species and 55 varieties (Spjutb) distributed across the northern temperate and subtropical regions as far south as El Salvador in Central America and Sumatera in Southeast Asia (Spjut b, c, a; Fig.

The species are classified into three groups by differences in leaf epidermal (outer skin-like layer) and stomatal (donut-like cell) features. The exploration of parts of the New World next brought to hand descriptions and specimens of many novel forms of animal life, and in the latter part of the 16th century and the Medical beginning of the 17th that careful study by " special- anatomists" of the structure life-history of particular groups of animals was commenced, which.

Phylogeny. Genetic analysis combined with fossil evidence indicates that hominoids diverged from the Old World monkeys about 25 million years ago (mya), near the Oligocene-Miocene boundary. The gibbons split from the rest about 18 mya, and the hominid splits happened 14 mya (Pongo), 7 mya (Gorilla), and 3–5 mya (Homo & Pan).Ina new genus and species were described, Pliobates.Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.C.

Mereschkowsky, " On a new Genus of Hydroids (Monobrachium) from the White Sea, with a short description of other new Hydroids," Ann. 0 In the members of the typical genus Lemur, as well as in the allied Hapalemur and Lepidolemur, none of the toes or fingers are connected by webs, and all have the hind-limbs of moderate length, and the tail long.