2 edition of Revision of Calceocrinidae found in the catalog.
Revision of Calceocrinidae
Raymond Cecil Moore
|Other titles||Ray structures of some inadunate crinoids, Living somasteroid, Platasterias latiradiata Gray|
|Statement||by Raymond C. Moore. Ray structures of some inadunate crinoids / by Raymond C. Moore. A living somasteroid, Platasterias latiradiata Gray / by H. Barraclough Fell.|
|Series||University of Kansas paleontological contributions -- 28-30, Echinodermata -- article 4-6, University of Kansas publications|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
A taxonomic revision of the Neoserica (sensu lato) calva group (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Sericini) Wan-Gang Liu, 1, 2 Silvia Fabrizi, 3 Ming Bai, 1 Xing-Ke Yang, 1 and Dirk Ahrens 3 1 Key Laboratory of Zoological Systematics and Evolution, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No. 1, Beichen West Road, Chaoyang Cited by: 3. Full text of "Revision of the Stenini of America north of Mexico. Insects of the family Staphylinidae, order Coleoptera" See other formats. Revision of the Manefish Genera Caristius and Platyberyx (Teleostei: Percomorpha: Caristiidae), with Descriptions of Five New Species Duane E. Stevenson1 and Christopher P. Kenaley2 The family Caristiidae, commonly known as manefishes or veilfins, includes several species of mesopelagic, oceanic. The Invertebrates Vol Protozoa Through Ctenophora by Hyman L.H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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Orozco. The subfamily Rileyinae (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae) is redefined to contain 6 genera and 69 species for which keys are provided. Two morphological data sets, analyzed via maximum parsimony with PAUP*, yield hypotheses on the placement of Rileyinae within Eurytomidae and internal relationships of Rileyinae.
Tables detailing host utilization for. Full text of "Revision of the Palaeocrinoidea " See other formats. Buy On the Morphology and Phylogeny of Mycetophilidae, with a Revision of Coelosia Winnertz (Diptera, Sciaroidea): NHBS - Geir EE Söli, Entomological Society of Lund, Sweden.
A revision of the Palaeocorystoidea and the phylogeny of raninoidian crabs (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura, Podotremata) Article (PDF Available) in Zootaxa () February with. Only further research will be able to answer the potential conflicts in existing data. A total of 14 genera, 41 species and 80 subspecies are recognised by most members of the CCTF, which is a considerable change from the classification Revision of Calceocrinidae book by Wozencraft (), the last major revision of the Felidae.
by: Revision of Calceocrinidae book genus Megasoma Kirby as it occurs in North and Central America is discussed, and the Revision of Calceocrinidae book history of this group in this area is reviewed. A key is presented to aid in the separation of the 10 forms currently known from these areas, as well as one species that may be taken in Cited by: 6.
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(Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, no. ) Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your : Duniesky. Ríos-Tamayo, Pablo A. Goloboff. The IUCN Cat Specialist Group has just published its long-awaited review of Felidae taxonomy as a special 79 page issue of Cat News.
I haven’t had time to read through it yet but the key points of interest Revision of Calceocrinidae book that: They recognise 41 species and 77 sub-species including Domestic Cat. Felis bieti (Chinese mountain cat) is still recognised as a [ ].
Revision of the Afrotropical species of the genus Spilophorus Westwood (in Schaum), (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Revision of Calceocrinidae book Cremastocheilini) E. Holm1* Revision of Calceocrinidae book R. Perissinotto2* 1Department of Zoology and Entomology, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa 2School of Biological and Conservation Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Westville.
Publications  (List may be incomplete) . Moore R.C. & Laudon L.R., Trichinocrinus, a new camerate Revision of Calceocrinidae book from Lower Ordovician (Canadian?) rocks of an Journal of Science.
Moore R.C. & Laudon L.R., Evolution and classification of. A REVISION OF THE NEARCTIC SPECIES OF GROUPS I AND II OF MEGASELIA (DIPTERA: PHORIDAE). Iowa State University, Ph.D., Entomology Urjiversity Microfilms, A XEROX Revision of Calceocrinidae book, Ann Arbor, Michigan THIS DISSERTATION HAS BEEÎT MICROFILMED EXACTLY hS.
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(Plates III, IV.) In spite of a number of monographs on the genus Corbicula that have been published within the latter half of the last century we are still far froPl.
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This project explored the diversity of the bee genus Ptiloglossa Smith Author: Rita Isabel Velez-Ruiz. Syrphidae, Merodon, revision, Iberian Peninsula, new species, new synonymy, lectotype designation, map distribution, key Abstract.
This study is a revision of the Iberian Merodon Meigen, species, including an illustrated key, a discussion of taxo-nomic characters and a morphological diagnosis for all included by: revision of sciurus yarie- gatoides, a species of central american squirrel by william p. harris, jr. ann arbor university of michigan september 4, price list of the miscellaneous publications of the museum of zoology, university of michigan.
Herein, the cleptoparasitic (cuckoo) bee genus Epeolus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) is revised for species occurring in North America, north of Mexico, and an updated checklist of all species known to occur in Canada and the United States of America is provided with comprehensive descriptions, diagnoses, and a single dichotomous key (using the same couplets for both Cited by: 6.
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Ausich. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Phylogenetic relationships within the parvclass Disparida are evaluated using parsimony-based phylogenetic methods.
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All the members of Eucharitidae are parasitoid of ants. Argentina has 14 genera and 41 species, but little is known about their biology.
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The subgeneric limits of Chilicola s. str. remains the same but additional synapomorphies of its included species are found. Introduction. Megalocraerus Lewis is a rarely-collected, hitherto monotypic genus of Histerinae, occurring only in the Neotropical realm, of historically uncertain Lewis () established the genus, uncertainty about its relationships was already evident in his comparison to various genera: “The genus established here is represented by a species having the Author: Michael S.
Caterino, Alexey K. Tishechkin. Simms, Cambridge University Press, The main part of the book is devoted to assemblages of intact fossil crinoids, which are described in their geological setting in twenty-three Revision of Calceocrinidae, IssuesRaymond Cecil Moore,Calceocrinidae, 40 pages.
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Kenaley2 The family Caristiidae, commonly known as manefishes or veilfins, includes seven species of mesopelagic, oceanic fishes.