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The genus Mallophora and related asilid genera in North America (Diptera: Asilidae)

Frank R. Cole

The genus Mallophora and related asilid genera in North America (Diptera: Asilidae)

by Frank R. Cole

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America.
    • Subjects:
    • Diptera -- North America,
    • Robber flies

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 92-93.

      Other titlesMallophora and related asilid genera in North America.
      Statementby F. R. Cole and A. E. Pritchard.
      SeriesUniversity of California Publications in entomology,, v. 36, no. 2
      ContributionsPritchard, A. Earl 1915-1965, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL461 .C17 vol. 36, no. 2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination43-100p.
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5932814M
      LC Control Number64063719
      OCLC/WorldCa834067

      A new genus, one new and two known species belonging to family Rhabdolaimidae are described and illustrated. Mediolaimus n. gen. is characterized by small-sized body; papilliform outer labial and cephalic sensilla; long, tubular stoma with stegostom having relatively larger dorsal and smaller sub ventral denticles at same level; cylindrical pharynx with expanded basal bulb having thickened. Related Questions. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author B B Rohdendorf written? B. B. Rohdendorf has written: 'The historical development of diptera' -- subject(s): Diptera.

      Ruck, E.C. and Guiry, M.D. () Validation of the diatom genus name Coronia (Surirellaceae, Bacillariophyta) Notulae algarum No. 11 (17 August ) Ruck, E.C. and Kociolek, J.P. () Preliminary phylogeny of the Family Surirellaceae (Bacillariophyta) Bibliotheca Diatomologica Genus: Genus 2. Artematopodidae. Bruchidae. Buprestidae. Byturidae. Carabidae. Cerambycidae. Cetonidae. Chrysomelidae. Ciidae. Cicindelidae. Coccinelidae. Cryptocephalinae. Cucujidae. Curculionidae The list has been typed by famous David Patterson alias "Patty" and is the best example of the simpliest (and compulsory) submitting of the genera.

      Home > Journals > Western North American Naturalist Publications > Great Basin Naturalist > Vol. 18 () > No. 2. Great Basin Naturalist Article Title. A new species of Mallophora from the Great Salt Lake Desert (Diptera: Asilidae) Authors. D. Elmer Johnson, University. Asilidae Zosteria sp. Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta.


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Three large predaceous robber flies of the genus Mallophora occur in Florida (Bromley ). Mallophora bomboides (Wiedemann) is known as the Florida bee killer.

Mallophora orcina (Wiedemann) is known as the southern bee killer. Mallophora nigra Williston is. Three large predaceous robber flies of the genus Mallophora occur in Florida (Bromley ). • Mallophora bomboides (Wiedemann) is known as the Florida bee killer • Mallophora orcina (Wiedemann) is known as the south-ern bee killer • Mallophora nigra Williston is known as the black bee killer Two other species are recorded from Florida: Mallophora.

the genus Mallophora, strongly resemble bumblebees in size, shape and color patterns and have been referred to as mimics (Bromley, ). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mallophora is a genus of bee killers in the family Asilidae. There are about nine described species in Mallophora.

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The Asilidae are a family in the order Diptera, the true common name for members of the family is the robber Asilidae are cosmopolitan, with over described species.

Latreille was the authority for establishing the family in The Asilidae, together with Bombyliidae and Therevidae, are the most representative families of the superfamily of Asiloidea and they form.

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Definitions, diagnoses, illustrations, range maps, and a key to species are provided. Definitions, diagnoses, illustrations, range maps, and a key to species are provided. Mallophora atra Macquart, Species: Mallophora bomboides (Wiedemann, ) Species: Mallophora fautrixi Osten Sacken, Species: Mallophora fulviventris Macquart, Species: Mallophora leschenaulti Macquart, Species: Mallophora orcina (Wiedemann, ) Species: Mallophora thompsoni Artigas and Angulo, One example of a plant genus containing many species is Rosa, which contains more than species of contrast, the genus Ginkgo is monotypic, containing only the common ginkgo (also called the maidenhair tree).

Among animals, for example, the species of horses and zebras form the genus Equus, whereas the hawksbill sea turtle is the only member of the genus Eretmochelys. Clade showing relationship of Asiloidea.

Figures of some Asilidae in Europäischen Zweiflügeligen Notable researchers. Carl Linnaeus (Linné; ), in the tenth edition of Systema naturae, erected the genus Asilus, including 11 species, and added 4 others in the twelfth edition ().

Asilus crabroniformis () is the type of the genus. The rank of family is credited to Leach in Samouelle. Bibliography of Oklahoma Diptera. Adler, P. & R. Crosskey. World Blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae): A Comprehensive Revision of.

the Taxonomic and. pest control research, etc.), and no longer publishes book reviews or editorials. Insecta Mundi publishes original research or discoveries in an inexpensive and timely manner, distributing them free via open access on the internet on the date of publication.A genus (plural genera) is a taxonomic rank used in the biological classification of living and fossil organisms, as well as viruses, in the hierarchy of biological classification, genus comes above species and below binomial nomenclature, the genus name forms the first part of the binomial species name for each species within the genus.The genus Seligeria in North America Dale H.

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