2 edition of Psocoptera of the oriental region found in the catalog.
Psocoptera of the oriental region
T. R. New
Bibliography: p. 33-48.
|Statement||by T. R. New.|
|Series||Oriental insects supplement ;, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||QL515 .N49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||79107685|
New & Thornton: Psocoptera of central and southern Chile ern Chile and Argentina [Fitzroya cupressoides (Mol.) Johnston]. Thornton & Lyall () discussed psocids from Nothofagus in this area. Further détails of the Fitzroya site, visited during the présent survey, are given by . Butterflies Of The Oriental Region book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5(1).
Booklice are more common in human dwellings and warehouses. They are wingless and much smaller than barklice (less than 2 mm). Most species feed on stored grains, book bindings, wallpaper paste, fabric sizing, and other starchy products. Although most Psocoptera are free-living, a few genera live in the nests of birds. The midgut is the region of both food storage and digestion. (c) Biology of the Psocoptera, Oriental Insects, /, 21, 1, (), (). Fungal isolates involved in biodeterioration of book-paper and their effects on substrate .
Smithers, C.N. and Lienhard, C. () A revised bibliography of the Psocoptera (Arthropoda: Insecta). Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, Sydney 6. pp. 1– Google Scholar; Download references. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The ant fauna of the Oriental region: an overview (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Item Preview 1 pdf. 2 ants_ remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
Phonetics in ancient India.
tingle-tangle of modernity
New evangelical movements and conflict in South Asia
Commodity futures trading and international market stabilization
Investment opportunities in Indonesias provinces.
Negative ions, beams and sources
Loves Sweet Assassin
An exact character or, narrative of the late right noble, and magnificent Lord, Oliver Cromvvell, the Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland; with the dominions thereof
Dairying and farm diversification
Philosophies of Judaism
Cable Car Book
plurality of worlds and other essays
Negotiation from strength
Psocoptera of the oriental region: a review. [T R New] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Get this from a library.
The Peripsocid fauna (Psocoptera) of the oriental region and the Pacific. [I W B Thornton; Siu-Kai Wong; Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. Department of Entomology.].
The Peripsocid Fauna (Psocoptera) of the Oriental Region and the Pacific by Thornton, I.w.b.; Wong, S-k. at Pemberley Books. books, have been called book-lice.
The Psocoptera are a small or der of paraneopteran insects (although Peripsocidae are more diverse in the Oriental region). Some species : Arturo Baz. Ovarian development and oogenesis in the book louse Thornton, I. and Wong, S. (), A numerical taxonomic analysis of the Peripsocidae of the Oriental region and the Pacific basin, Syst.
Zool., 16, – CrossRef Google Scholar. Thornton, I. B.(), The peripsocid fauna (Psocoptera) of the Oriental region and the. Ovarian development and oogenesis in the book louse, Liposcelis divergens THORNTON, I.
and ONG, S. (), A numerical taxonomic analysis of the eripsocidae of the Oriental region and the CrossRef Google Scholar. THORNTON, I. and ONG, S. (), The peripsocid fauna (Psocoptera) of the Oriental region and the Pacific Cited by: 1.
About this book. Lists all 41 families, genera, and species of the insect order Psocoptera (psocids) described up to the end of the year Graphically analyses the. North American Psocoptera provides a complete review of the 28 families, 78 genera and species of the order Psocoptera found in the United States and comprehensive book contains keys to all of the known taxa of Psocoptera which have been found in the study area, including three genera named as new.
Not only are the native and established species included, but also those which. Biology of the Psocoptera. Oriental Insects: Vol. 21, No.
1, pp. The Psocoptera are a group of small soft, stout bodied insects which include Book Lice Liposcelis sp. which feed on the paste and bindings of old books as well as on the fungi which invades the pages, they will also feed on museum specimens if given the chance.
There are around 2. ORIENTAL REGION. This region includes Indian sub-continent Ceylon Burma Philippines. Formosa and Scathe China, form the North of this region Himalayas are present.
On the West of it Arabian sea is present. In the South east corner physical boundary is absent This region includes 4 sub regions. This region shows tropical and temperate zones. Thornton: Psocoptera of Tonga Motu of the Vava'u group (9 km2) 88 m, and Tongatapu ( km2) 82 m.
Of the 35 species, 8 are described below for the first time; the majority of the remainder consists of 18 species widely distributed in the Pacific, and 9 species are otherwise known only from Fiji.
The life cycle of Liposcelis entomophila (Enderlein) (Psocoptera: Liposcelididae) was studied at 30 ± 1°C and 75 ± 3% r.h. The mean developmental period of the females was days and that of the males was days. This corresponded to. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.
Although they are called lice, the Psocoptera are free-living insects, not parasites. The scientific name comes from the Greek psocus (to grind) and pteron (wing) and refers to the psocopteran jaws, which are shaped to grind food, rather like a pestle and mortar.
These insects can be conveniently, if somewhat arbitrarily, discussed in two groups, barklice and booklice, based on whether they. Leticia Avilés, Jessica Purcell, in Advances in the Study of Behavior, D Psocids. Among psocids (Insecta, Orden Psocoptera), the Archipsocidae is an especially intriguing and little known group of organisms where sociality and inbreeding appear to be associated in ways reminiscent of the social spider systems (e.g., Mockford, ; New, ).
African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education. World War II. Inat the onset of World War II in the Philippines, Japanese soldiers landed in Misamis Oriental to occupy the region.
Combined American and Philippine Commonwealth forces along with recognised guerrilla fighters liberated Misamis Oriental in Modern history. Subsequent creations of new local government units occurred after.
The Orient is a term for the East, traditionally comprising anything that belongs to the Eastern world, in relation to is the antonym of Occident, the Western English, it is largely a metonym for, and coterminous with, the continent of Asia, loosely classified into the Near East, Middle East and Far East: the geographical and ethno-cultural regions now known as West Asia.
Abstract Eleven species of Psocidae arc recorded from Malaysia or Singapore, seven of these beins described as new. These are Blasle nana, B. longivalva, Psoeoeerastis parasinensis, Scaphopsoeus orientalis, Psoeldus (S.
str.) murphyl, P. I) hirsutus, and TriehadenOleenum malayense. Oenitalia of two previously described species (Podopteroeus longicornis Banks and Psoeldus hermosus Banks.
A review of the genus Neopsocopsis (Psocodea, “Psocoptera”, Psocidae), with one new species from China Lu-Xi Liu, 1 Kazunori Yoshizawa, 2 Fa-Sheng Li, 1 and Zhi-Qi Liu 1 and the remaining bulk of species occurring in the Oriental Region, principally in Japan and China.glarididae from the Oriental Region (Insecta: Psocoptera).
- Siamo - glaris zebrina gen. n., sp. n. is described and illustrated from a male spe- cimen collected in Thailand. The new genus is.This book covers many aspects of the biology of spiders including morphology, physiology, neurobiology, ecology, evolution, classification, natural history, and behavior.
The physiology of all major systems are covered (integument, digestion, excretion and osmoregulation, neurophysiology, respiration and metabolism, circulation and hemolymph.