2 edition of revision of the North American species of Pactopus Leconte and Trixagus Kugelann (Coleoptera: Throscidae) found in the catalog.
revision of the North American species of Pactopus Leconte and Trixagus Kugelann (Coleoptera: Throscidae)
Arthur Eric Yensen
Written in English
|Statement||by Arthur Eric Yensen.|
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A revision of the species of the subgenus Plectralidus (Harpalus, Harpalini) from North America. 12() El-Moursy, A. A. and G. E. Ball. A study of the diagnostic characters of two North American species of the genus Diplocheila Brulle, with notes . North America’s 18 species of snakeflies occur almost exclusively in the West. These lively predators get their name from the adults’ elongated “necks” and long, narrow bodies.
Yensen E. Revision of the North American species of Trixagus Kugelann (Coleoptera: Throscidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society Yoshimota J., Kakutani T., Nishida T. Do battles lead to coexistence? Role of interference competition in structuring the insect community on fermented tree sap. streams to those of higher order. The species has been known to inhabit stream orders of 1st ndand 2 in North Carolina (Lemly DA ) to ± on a scale of using the Strahler System (Schade & Bonor ). In order for a stream to increase in order, the joining of two streams of the previous level must have occurred, (ex.
Leporidae, which includes four North American genera: Sylvilagus, the cottontails; Lepus, the hares and jackrabbits; Brachylagus, the pygmy rabbit of the Great Basin; and Romerolagus, the volcano rabbit (R. diazi) found only on volcanic slopes in central Mexico (Chapman and Litvaitis ). In New England, we have two species of cottontail. Identification: Machado-Allison (), who provided most recent revision, recognized two genera with three valid species: Colossoma macropomum, Piaractus brachypomus, and P. mesopotamicus. Many synonyms exist (Machado-Allison ).
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Trixagus Kugelann is adopted in preference to the more commonly used Throscus Latreille because the latter is shown to be a junior objective synonym.
Two dendrograms show the relationships between North American Trixagus, Aulonothroscus, and Pactopus and between the species of Trixagus and fossil Pactopus. User Scholars Archive Admin has attached YensenArthurEpdf to A revision of the North American species of Pactopus Leconte and Trixagus Kugelann.
Trixagus Kugelann 75+ species Rotergus Bonvouloir 1 species Pactopus Leconte 1 species Aulonothroscus Horn 50+ species The reader is referred to Crowson (, ) and Hyslop () for different points of view. Horn () questioned the distinctiveness of Hypochaetes from Lissomus but little else has been published about.
Abstract. Graduation date: This study was undertaken to find means of separating the\ud morphologically similar species of North American Trixagus and to\ud bring together information on Trixagus and Pactopus.\ud A key to separate the world's eight genera of extant Throscidae\ud is presented for the first time.
Preliminary Revision of the North American Species of Cactus, Anhalonium, and Lophophora (Illustrated) - Kindle edition by Coulter, John M. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Preliminary Revision of the North American Species of Cactus, Anhalonium, and Lophophora Cited by: 6. species of Trixagus Kugelann (Coleoptera: Throsci- – ( b): A review of the genus Pactopus LeConte (Coleoptera: Throscidae).
A revision of the North American species of Trixagus. The species and genera of the family Trogositidae in America north of Mexico are revised. Two subfamilies are recognized: Peltinae and Trogositinae.
The Peltinae include: Calitys Thomson (2 species), Eronyxa Reitter (3 species), Ostoma Laicharting (3 species), Grynocharis Thomson (2 species), Lophocateres Olliff (1 species), and Thymalus. Yensen, E. A review of the genus Pactopus LeConte (Coleoptera: Throscidae).
Coleopterists Bulletin 87– Yensen, E. A revision of the North American species of Trixagus Kugelann (Coleoptera: Throscidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society. Y e nsen, E. () A revision of the North American species of T rixagus Kugelann (Coleoptera: Throscidae).
Transactions of the American Entomological Society,–16 6. Wallis JB. () Revision of the North American species (north of Mexico), of the genus Haliplus, Latreille. Transactions of the Royal Canadian Institute 1–76; Warner RE, Negley FB. () The genus Otiorhynchus in America north of Mexico (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington – Pactolus is a global group of select, like-minded entrepreneurial families with common values and wealth management goals. The winner of being the largest of all Octopus species in the world is the North Pacific Giant.
This one can be close to pounds when it is fully mature and be as long as 15 feet. Seven-Arm Octopus – Read The Article. What makes the Seven-Arm Octopus stand out from the other species is that it has one less arm than they all do.
Thesis: "A revision of the North American species of Trixagus Kugelann and Pactopus LeConte (Coleoptera: Throscidae). Ph.D. August The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Major in zoology, minor in botany. Dissertation: "An analysis of a Sonoran desert species diversity gradient." Present Position. A NEW SPECIES OF TRIXAGUS FROM PANAMA AND A KEY TO NEW WORLD TRIXAGUS E.
A revision of the North American species of Trixagus Kugelann (Coleoptera: Throscidae). Trans. American Ent. Soc. YENSEN, E. A review of the genus Pactopus Leconte (Coleoptera: Throscidae).
Coleopt. Bull. SUTERINA DYBAS. Espesye sa bakukang ang Mycetophagus ning gihulagway ni Leconte ni adtong Ang Mycetophagus pluripunctatus sakop sa kahenera nga Mycetophagus sa kabanay nga Mycetophagidae. Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. Ang mga gi basihan niini. One little problem with efforts to save the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus, however, is that the species does not — and never did — exist.
It’s purely a bit of fiction created by Lyle Zapato. Fisher WS. () A revision of the North American species of buprestid beetles belonging to the tribe Chrysobothrini.
United States Department of Agriculture Miscellaneous Publications No. [Google Scholar] Fisher WS. () A revision of the North American species of beetles belonging to the family Bostrichidae.
dae) of America North of Mexico, Emphasizing Genitalic and Larval Morphology. U.S. Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletinpp., Adults of 71 species and larvae of 35 species of the noctuid subfamily flusimae of America north of Mexico were studied. Included are keys to the.
The Pacific Northwest tree octopus is an Internet hoax created in by Lyle Zapato. This fictitious endangered species of cephalopod was given the Latin name "Octopus paxarbolis" (the species name being coined from Latin pax, the root of Pacific, and Spanish arbol meaning "tree").
It was purportedly able to live both on land and in water, and was said to live in the Olympic National Forest. Yensen, Eric. A Revision of the North American Species of Trixagus kugelann (Coleoptera: Throscidae).
Transactions of the American Entomology Society (1) Biodiversity. Environmental Law Institute (ELI). Status of the States: Innovative State. Pactolus definition, a small river in Asia Minor, in ancient Lydia: famous for the gold washed from its sands.
See more.The North American Cacti and African Euphorbias converged by developing a photosynthetic mechanism called ‘Crassulacean Acid Metabolism’ or CAM. Crassulacean Acid Metabolism photosynthesis is a process in which euphorbias and cacti can conserve water by the opening of the stomata (a plant’s pores) and the implementation of the fixing of.While this species is thought to be declining in South America due to the fur trade (D'Elia, G., ), in North America, it seems that this species has gained a significant foothold which is only increasing over time in terms of both overpopulation and damage to wetlands.
Several states including Texas, Georgia and Maryland have already begun.