4 edition of Catalogue of the Diptera of the Oriental Region found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the Diptera of the Oriental Region
Mercedes D. Delfinado
April 1986 by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English
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A map shows the approximate boundaries of the Oriental zoogeographical region, stretching from Baluchistan to Timor, and from Ningpo to Java.
The catalogue is the first one Catalogue of the Diptera of the Oriental Region book the Nematocera of this vast area, and includes the Phlebotomidae (by D. LEWIS, 2 genera and 86 species), the Culicidae (by A.
STONE and M. DELFINADO, 20 genera and species), the Cerato-pogonidae (by W. W Cited by: 8. This volume, which completes a three-volume catalogue of the Diptera of the Oriental Region [see RAE/A 65, ; B 65, ], deals with the suborder Cyclorrhapha, excluding the division Aschiza.
Some valid genera and valid species are listed, including subgenera, 98 subspecies and 3 varieties, distributed among 56 families. This volume contains about entries plus synonyms. Annotated catalogue of the Tachinidae (Insecta: Diptera) of China divided for the Palaearctic and Oriental Regions.
The catalogue is based on examination of the primary literature comprising. 'Catalogue of Diptera of the Oriental Region' listed the Indian fruit fly taxa. White & Elson-Harris () published a detailed monograph on fruit flies of economic signi.
Lygistorrhinidae is a family of long-beaked fungus gnats in the order Diptera. There are about 7 genera and at least 30 described species in Lygistorrhinidae. There are about 7 genera and at least 30 described species in : Insecta. Recently, Ashe & O’Connor (a, a) have partly published a world catalogue of Chironomidae.
However, the requirement for an updated checklist with more information is earnestly desired. Accordingly, we have prepared an updated checklist of the Chironomidae of the Oriental Region with their type-locality, distribution and relevant.
This generally follows the scheme used earlier in the Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera (cf. Soós & Papp ) for the division of the USSR. Larger island distribution is given for Indonesia and Japan. Abbreviations are used for the names of only two countries, UK for United Kingdom and USA for United States of America.
Catalogue of the Diptera of the Oriental Region book Xylomyidae is a family of flies known commonly as the wood soldier are xylophagous and are associated with dead or dying wood.
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Full text of "Lelej A. Catalogue of the Mutillidae (Hymenoptera) of the Oriental region. - Vladivostok: Dalnauka, - p. - Vladivostok: Dalnauka, - p. See other formats. A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental region:vol. 3, Suborder Cyclorrhapha (excluding Division Aschiza), x + pp.
University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu. University Press of Hawaii, by: 5. The Tachinidae of the Afrotropical Region are catalogued and seven genera and eight species are newly described. There are genera and species recognized, of which genera and species are endemic to the region.
The catalogue is based on examination of the primary literature comprising about references as well as numerous name-bearing types and other specimens housed in Cited by: The Phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of the Oriental Region by Lewis, D.j.
at Pemberley Books. Tschorsnig, Preliminary host catalogue of Palaearctic Tachinidae (Diptera) 2 known to me during identification work, or by knowledge of voucher specimens in the collections, or by additional information provided by colleagues.
This is especially true for the records of. Abstract. The Tabanidae form a large family of about described species found throughout the world. Although they are generally called horse-flies, several other vernacular names are used, including gadflies, stouts, elephant-flies, buffalo-flies, mooseflies, clegs (genus Haematopota), deer-flies (genus Chrysops) and greenheads (for Nearctic species of salt-marsh Tabanus).Cited by: Description: Derived from the worldwide database (HOSTS) of caterpillars and their hostplants, developed by staff at the BM(NH) Entomology Dept., the data in this book summarize the host relationships of more than Lepidoptera species and plant species in the Oriental Region.
Thompson, F. Christian and Mathis, Wayne Neilsen. [Book review] "A Catalogue of Diptera of the Afrotropical Region. British Museum (Natural History)." Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America. 27 (3)– Thompson, F.
Christian and Mathis, Wayne Neilsen. given in another chapter of this book. Most of the data in this comprehensive catalog are available online atwhich has species pages for all Carnidae species.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I thank M. Tschirnhaus for giving me access to his collection of Carnidae and to his literature by: The Tachinid Times Page 2 Issue 9, February alternative hosts in Japan. These are left for us to discover through further study.
References Crosskey, R.W. A taxonomic conspectus of the Tachinidae (Diptera) of the Oriental Region. Bull. Mus. (nat. Hist.) Ent., Suppl. 26, pp. Nishida, E. Biologies and parasite complexes of.
Ševčík, J. et al. Molecular phylogeny of the fungus gnat family Diadocidiidae and its position within the infraorder Bibionomorpha (Diptera). Zoologica scripta 43(4): DOI: /zsc Reference page. He was editor-in-chief of the Afrotropical Diptera Catalogue and contributed chapters to the Afrotropical, Australasian and Oriental regional catalogues, which are still widely in use by the scientific community today, and is author of the cornerstone book on simuliids, “The Natural History of Blackflies”.
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65, in 3 pts.): pt. 1: History, antiquities, etc. (varies slightly); pt. 2: Natural history, etc. (varies slightly); pt. 3: Anthropology, etc. (varies slightly) Some issues accompanied by /5(3). Niladri Hazra, Hiromi Niitsuma and Prasanta K Chaudhuri of the Zoological Survey of India have recently published a checklist of the Chironomidae of the Oriental Region, issued by Vedam Books.
(added December ) Ashe, P. and O’Connor, J. () have published: A World Catalogue of Chironomidae (Diptera). Part 2.
Buy Taxonomic Accounts of Horse Flies (Insecta: Diptera: Tabanidae) of West Bengal (): NHBS - Aniruddha Maity, Atanu Naskar, Sumit Homechaudhuri, Dhriti Banerjee, Zoological Survey of India.
Cumming, J.M. and Sinclair, B.J. A new phylogenetic classification of the Empidoidea (Diptera: Eremoneura). Abstract Book, 21st International D.E. (eds.), A Catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region Vol. Suborder Brachycera through Division Family Dolichopodidae. Bengalia is a genus of blow flies in the family Calliphoridae with one authority considering the genus to belong to a separate family Bengaliidae.
These bristly and, unlike the greens and blues of most calliphorids, dull coloured flies, are especially noted for their relationship to : Insecta.
Book Review: Bibionidae (Insecta: Diptera), by R.A. Harrison, Fauna of New Zealand 20 Author Bickel D.J. Year Publication Type Refereed Article Journal New Zealand Journal of Zoology Number of pages Issue 18Author: D J Bickel.
Vockeroth, J.R. The species of the Macrocera nobilis group in the Holarctic Region (Diptera: Mycetophilidae). The Canadian Entomologist, – Vockeroth, J.R. Book review: ‘A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region.
Volume 1. Suborder Nematocera’ compiled and edited by M.D. Delfinado & D.E. Hardy. CATALOGUE OF THE SARCOPHAGIDAE OF THE WORLD (INSECTA: DIPTERA) by Thomas Pape Memoirs on Entomology, International, Associated Publishers Volume 8, ABSTRACT The present catalogue lists valid species in genera.
Distribution is recorded at country level with states, provinces or isolated islands given where appropriate. Colcondamyia auditrix nov. (Diptera: Sarcophagidae), a parasite which is attracted by the mating song of its hosts, Okanagana rimosa (Homoptera: Cicadidae).
The Canadian Entomologist, 61– Shewell, G.E. Family Lauxaniidae. In A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region. Vol. III. Browse and buy a vast selection of Lepidoptera Books and Collectibles on Butterflies of the Oriental Region, Part 2: Nymphalidae, Satyridae & Amathusidae [sic] D'Abrera, Bernard.
Supplement to a Revised Catalogue of Irish Macrolepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths) Baynes, E.S.A. Lydella (Lydelloxenis) slavonica sp. is described from Montenegro and Poland. The definition of the subgenus Lydelloxenis Mesnil, is discussed. A key to western Palaearctic subgenera of Lydella Robineau-Desvoidy, and species of Lydelloxenis is provided.
A phylogenetic analysis for the genus Lydella is provided. The species from the tropics and subtropics are found to Author: Theo Zeegers. The genitalia of the Japanese species of Anthrax (5 species) and Brachyanax (1 species) are studied for the first time.
The male genitalia of Anthrax are furnished with useful specific characters in many structures. One of them is a dorsal sclerite just before the gonostyli, and this sclerite varies markedly between : Ningwu Liu, Akira Nagatomi, Neal L.
Evenhuis. Catalogue of the type specimens in the collection of the Zoological Institute of the AS USSR. Insecta Diptera. Issue 1. Families Acroceridae, Nemestrinidae, Вombyliidae. Nauka Publ., Leningrad: 46 pp. Kameneva, E.P., New and little-known Ulidiidae (Diptera, Tephritoidea) from Europe.
- Vestnik Zoologii 42(5): 7. A Catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region. Vol. 1. The University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. pp. Book review of Chvála, M. The Empidoidea (Diptera) of Fennoscandia and Denmark.
II. Catalogue of Diptera occurring about Holywood in by: Černý M. (): The fauna of Agromyzidae (Diptera) in the Gemer region (Central Slovakia), with descriptions of three new species from Slovakia.
– Časopis Slezského Muzea Opava (A), Černý M. (): Additional records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the West Palaearctic Region.
– Časopis Slezského Muzea Opava (A),