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North American Species of the Weevils of the Otiorhynchid Genus Mesagroicus.
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Metamasius Horn (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae) is a Neotropical weevil genus comprising about species, mostly associated damaging bromeliads, sugarcane, bananas and palms (Vaurie , Frank ). Several species are considered important crop by: 3. 1. Zootaxa. Feb 25;(2) doi: /zootaxa The description of a new calyptrate fly mimicking species of the fungus weevil genus Gymnognathus Schönherr from the southern Bolivian Andes (Coleoptera: Anthribidae: Anthribinae).Cited by: 2.
Boschma, H. Briarosaccus callosus, a new genus and new species of a Rhizocephalan parasite of Lithodes agassizii Smith. No. , pp. 1–8. New species: Briarosaccus callosus. Buchanan, L. L. North American species of the weevils of the Otiorhynchid genus Mesagroicus. No. , pp. 1– J 4 Create a book; Download as. A checklist of the species is given. Ten new species of Mesocordylus and one of Orthognathus are described from the Antilles, Mexico, Central and South America. Three indeterminate species are discussed following the accounts of Mesocordylus. The approximately specimens examined and the collection to which they belong are listed"--P.
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Two new species of trematodes of the genus Parametorchis from fur-bearing animals. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: L L Buchanan.
North American species of the weevils of the otiorhynchid genus Mesagroicus. Vol Page 1 Two new species of trematodes of the genus Parametorchis from fur-bearing animals.
If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel. Seventeen species of the genus Otiorhynchus are known to occur in North America (including Greenland) (O'Brien and Wibmer ; Wibmer and O'Brien ).
Warner and Negley () provide a key to 16 species (not including O. monticola Germar, since recorded from Greenland) and provide information on distribution and natural history. All species occurring on mainland North America are Cited by: 1. Findings show that the number of species in these habitats is greatly underestimated and many species have highly restricted distributions.
Another program of research focuses on the adding to and updating our knowledge of the biodiversity and systematics of North American weevils. Principal investigator: Bob. ter the genus Tychius Germar, (Curculionidae). Sitona is unique in larval habit among broadnosed weevils in attacking root nodules of legumes.
The majority of Sitona species occur in open, mod-erately humid and arid landscapes from subtropical deserts to the tundra. Many species are commonest weevils in the forest and steppe zones and damage.
North American species of the Otiorhynchid genus Mesagroicus Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum 76(4): 1–16 (description). Buchanan L.L., b. A new Agronus from Canada (Coleoptera: Otiorhynchidae) Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 31(5): (description, key).
Kessel F., Fauna Brasiliensis Coleopterologica. IDENTIFICATION: Identification of adult palm weevils is straightforward as they are the largest weevils in North America, ranging from about 1 to inches (25mm to 45mm) in length. The individual species are rather similar, but the three species under consideration can be distinguished by the following key: 1.
Seven species from 5 groups of the weevil genus Ceutorhynchus Germ, have been found on a spring and early summer ruderal ephemeral crucifer, woodland draba (Draba nemorosa L.), in the southern.
The weevil genus Ceutorhynchus Germar, (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) is composed of approximately species, widespread all over the Holarctic region (Colonnelli, ). Abstract. A new species, Auleutes alexanderi sp. formerly confused with and similar to the Holarctic A. epilobii (Pk.) is described from the Middle West and Southeast United States.
The new species differs from A. epilobii in the rostrum densely covered with broad white scales in males and longer, less strongly curved and matte, not striate, and less flattened in females and in the Cited by: 1.
THE RAYMONDIONYMINE WEEVILS OF CALIFORNIA, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW GENUS, AND SEVERAL NEW SPECIES (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) [Gilbert, Edward E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE RAYMONDIONYMINE WEEVILS OF CALIFORNIA, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW GENUS, AND SEVERAL NEW SPECIES (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)Author: Edward E Gilbert.
The genus Otiorhynchus Germar is a hyper-diverse genus of Palaearctic root weevils (Curculionidae: Entiminae). Some species are known in Europe, 14 of which have been introduced to North America, and 11 have been recorded in Canada (Frieser ; Bright and Bouchard ). Majka et al.
() reported eight of those species from the. a subsequent publication on South American Curculionidae sensu lato). The idea for a weevil checklist originated with Ross Arnett, Jr. as part of the North American Beetle Fauna Project. When this project was terminated inwe decided to expand the scope of File Size: KB.
Vol. 7: A short review of Notaris (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) / L.L. Buchanan --A new Agronus from Canada (Coleoptera: Otiorhynchidae) / L.L. Buchanan --North American species of the weevils of the Otiorhynchid genus Mesagroicus / L.L.
Buchanan --The parsley and carrot weevil, Listronotus latiusculus Boheman / L.L. Buchanan --Notes on the generic synonomy of collabismodes cubae Boh. A taxonomic evidence of the considerable impov erishment of the Korean fauna is provided by a trend curve showing the number of genera with a particular number of species in the fauna.
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TV News. Top. Revision of the two-winged flies of the genus Coelopa Meigen in North America. pp. 1–6. Novem 11 New species: Coelopa nebularum, C. steinegeri. ———. A revision of the two-winged flies of the genus Procecidochares in North America with an allied new genus.
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This species is briefly redescribed, emphasizing and illustrating the main diagnos-tic characters to facilitate its recognition among other Agrilus species in North America. We also provide data on the phylogenetic affinities of A. sulcicollis, its host plants, and its native distribution, and cite all known North American records.Studies on the genus Aphodius of the United States and Canada (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): X.
Some new species from central North America Robert Gordon Northern Plains Entomology 65 Willow City, ND Abstract: Six new species of Aphodius Illiger (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) are described from the central United States.Abstract. A new species, Anthonomus dilatofemurus Poinar et Legalov, sp.
nov., from Mexican amber is described and illustrated. The new species is close to A. cruraluma Poinar et Legalov and differs from it in the wider elytra with narrow striae and strongly swollen pro- and metafemora. It differs from A. browni Poinar et Legalov in the wide and short elytra, shorter and thicker weakly curved Cited by: 3.