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Descriptions of new species of Mexican Pompilidæ

Descriptions of new species of Mexican Pompilidæ

belonging to the genera Pompilus, Agenia, Priocnemis, Notocyphus and Ferreola

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Published by Taylor and Francis in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spider wasps -- Mexico.,
  • Spider wasps -- Brazil.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frederick Smith.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QL568.P6 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. [395]-399
    Number of Pages399
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19891567M

    New species of Cletocamptus and a new and fully illustrated record of C. sinaloensis (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) from Brazil SAMUEL GO´ MEZ Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnologı´a, Mazatla´n, Sinaloa, Mexico (Accepted 14 July ) Abstract Two new species of harpacticoid copepods, Cletocamptus levis sp. nov. and Cletocamptus nudus sp. nov. have been noted. Four constitute new records for Turkey, for three we report signifi cant range extensions within Turkey, and a new species of the widely distributed Indo-Pacifi c palaemonid genus Urocaridella Borradaile, , is described, while the genus is reported for the fi Cited by:

    The other purpose of this paper is to report a new species of Peromyscus, described here because it is apparently most closely re- lated to species in the boylii group. In fact, my efforts to identify those specimens described below as a new species initially prompted the examination of the Perornyscus boylii group in western Mexico. The wingspan is 27–30 mm. The length of the forewings is 14–16 mm. Forewing with outcurved ng olive grey-brown; inner and outer lines outwards directed, the inner straight, the outer slightly curved, pale yellow; the costal edge also yellow; the median shade obscure; the submarginal line faint, with a dark shade before it; the stigmata with pale margins; hindwing dark grey Family: Noctuidae.

    A PECULIAR NEW SPECIES OF MADIZA (DIPTERA: MILICHIIDAE) FROM TANZANIA BRAKE, I.1 and PAPP, L.2 1Department of Entomology, The Natural History Museum Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, UK. E-mail: @ 2Department of Zoology, Hungarian Natural History Museum and Animal Ecology Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences PO. Millipeds from Dominican Amber, with the Description of Two New Species (Diplopoda: Siphonophoridae) of Article in Annals of the Entomological Society of America July DOI: /aesa/ CITATIONS 11 READS 23 2 authors: Some of the authors of .


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Get this from a library. Descriptions of new species of Mexican Pompilidæ: belonging to the genera Pompilus, Agenia, Priocnemis, Notocyphus and Ferreola. [Frederick Smith].

and distribution of its species in the Mexican state of Sonora are investigated. Serradigitus hearnei (Williams) and. subtilimunw (Soleglad) are reported for the first time there, and four new species are described (two of which also occur in the United States): S.

The Pompilidae of the Algodones Dunes, California, with description of new species (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) Article (PDF Available) in The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 86(1) January with.

Full text of "A list of a collection of Mexican mammals with descriptions of some apparently new forms" See other formats w. \\ SMiV. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LIBRARY L'C vt/.v>/ 'Iv**. 1 * Class Book VI Volume i^_ Return this book on or before the Latest Date stamped below. Five New Species of Mexican Plants,Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume pages [Rose, J.

N.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Five New Species of Mexican Plants,Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume Author: J. Rose. Five new species of Mexican poeciliid fishes of the genera Poecilia, Gambusia, and Poeciliopsis (Occasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan ; no.

) [Robert Rush Miller] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Robert Rush Miller. Some new records of Phytoseiidae from southwest Europe with description of a new species from Spain (Acari: Mesostigmata) Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Acarology 37(4) Four new species are described from tropical localities in Mexico: Notodasus harrisae.

sp., N. hartmanae. sp., N. kristiani. and. salazari. standardised descriptions are provided for all species includ-ing the methyl green staining pattern, the epithelial texture and the shape of hooded hooks.

a key for all described. A new species of mite is described from Iran, Laelaspisella elsae sp. (Acari: Laelapidae).The new species was collected from bark of elm trees in Isfahan province. A revised diagnosis for Laelaspisella, as well as a key to the world species of the genus, are species groups of Laelaspisella are proposed: those with seta pd3 on genu I and those without pd3 on genu I Cited by: 1.

new species are described from central and northern of Chiapas, Mexico, based on material previously identified as P. granulatum by Goodnight and Goodnight (a). Material and methods The material examined is deposited in the Colección Nacional de Arácnidos (CNAN), UNAM, Mexico and the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) New York, U.S.A.

new records of harpacticoid copepods from Mexican systems for the last 14 years. As a result, 45 new records or descriptions of new species (including 10 new species and new records of harpacticoids presented in this special volume of the Journal of Natural History) have been documented.

Also, more than 90 species of several genera. These species belong to Exoprosopa, a genus of bee flies in the family Bombyliidae. Exoprosopa species. Data sources: i = ITIS, c = Catalogue of Life, g = GBIF, b = References. The deshayesitid ammonite genus Mathoceras is recorded for the first time from Aptian (Lower Cretaceous) strata in Mexico and Hungary.

The present paper comprises descriptions of M. venezolanum Renz, M. sumerensis (Stoykova), M. celestinae nov. sp., and M. neoleonensis nov. In Mexico, Mathoceras has been collected from an Aptian sequence in which there is a distinctive Cited by: 3.

I describe a partial felid skeleton of Pseudaelurus validus, new species, from the early Miocene, late Hemingfordian of New Mexico. This is the earliest known felid from North America having cranial, upper, and lower dentition as well as postcranial information.

Like the species from Dominican amber, the new fossil species from Mexican amber shows in all details modern morphological structures, too. It is closely related to the liv-ing species-group S. forcipigera Enderlein (Mohrigfig.

10), a typical and species-rich group within the sciarid. a new species of fossil scorpion belonging to the genus Tityus C. Koch, is described based on a specimen in amber from the Dominican Republic.

Although the new species can be associated with the extant fauna of the Neotropical region, it presents some. new species of Centruroides is described from the District of Villa Alta.

Centruroides is one of the best studied scorpion genera in the country due to the high toxicity of some species, but still remains poorly sampled (Ponce-Saavedra and Francke, ) and the status of several species is unclear.

Addeddate Identifier biostor Identifier-ark ark://t8pc75j8r Journal Proceedings of The Biological Society of Washington. Original description as Fundulus robustus: Bean, Tarleton Hoffman. "Notes on fishes collected in Mexico by Prof.

Alfredo Dugès, with descriptions of new species". Proceeding of the U. National Museum. ; Nomenclature history:. This new species resembles P.

chaoi in possessing filitriches and blade-like spinitriches on the scolex, cephalic peduncle and cirrus, but differs from other species of the genus in the number of testes, which is 44 on average per proglottis, and by having apical sucker measuring 95– μm in length.

Additional data on the distribution and Cited by:. Based on collections of Venezuelan ghost shrimps (Decapoda: Thalassinidea), three new records Cheramus marginatus (Rathbun, ), Crosniera minima (Rathbun, ) and Neo-callichirus sp., and two new species (Gourretia hijfari and G.

laresi) are described and illustrated in this paper.Key to European species of the genus Pachylaelaps (females) Partial keys to the European species of Pachylaelaps may be found in Hirschmann and Krauss (), Karg (, ), Koroleva (a), and Mašán ().

The identification of Pachylaelaps species is complicated by the inaccurate and inadequate descriptions of some by: 2.14 Omid Joharchi et al. / ZooKeys 13–22 () Introduction The genus Laelaspisella Marais & Loots, was described for two species found in soil in southern Africa.

Laelaspisella was considered as a subgenus of Hypoaspis sensu lato by Karg (b), who also included Hypoaspis (Laelaspisella) foramenis Karg, b and Hypoaspis (Laelaspisella) cavitatis Karg, in this by: 1.