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Classification, natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae).

Weston Opitz

Classification, natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae).

by Weston Opitz

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cleridae -- Latin America.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGenera Chaetophloeus Opitz and Plocamocera Spinola.
    StatementWeston Opitz.
    SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- no. 280.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16131574M

    ()) Classification, natural history, and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Part I. The genera of Epiphloeinae. Insecta Mundi, 11(1): q OPITZ W. () Classification, natural history, and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Part III. In archaeology, the Epipalaeolithic or Epipaleolithic (sometimes Epi-paleolithic etc.) is a term for a period intervening between the Upper Paleolithic and Neolithic in the Stone position is also occupied by the Mesolithic and the two are sometimes confused, or used as synonyms. More often they are used for different areas: Epipaleolithic for the Levant (Middle East near the Alternative names: Mesolithic (for Europe).

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Classification, natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae) by Weston Opitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Part 2, The genera Chaetophloeus Opitz and. Classification, natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae).

Part 5, Decorosa Opitz, a new genus of checkered beetles from Natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae book with description of its four new species ; American Museum novitates, no.

Classification, natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae). Part 2, The genera Chaetophloeus Opitz and Plocamocera : Weston. Opitz. New World genus Epiphlaeus is redefined and evolutionarily linked to its sister genus Opitzius Barr.

Epiphlaeus includes six species as follows: E. adonis sp. nov., E. duodecimmaculatus (Klug), E. fundurufus sp. nov., E. princeps (Gorham), E. pulcherrimus (Gorham), E. quattuordecimmaculatus Chevrolat, and E. tigrinus sp. nov. The monotypic Opitzius is based Cited by: 6.

Download Citation | Classification, Natural History, and Evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Part VIII. The Genera Acanthocollum Opitz, Author: Weston Opitz.

Classification, natural history, and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Part I. The genera of Epiphloeinae.

Weston Opitz Kansas Wesleyan University Department of Biology East Claflin Salina, Kansas Abstract: The subfamily El)iphloeinaeisdefined to include fourteen genera asfollows: Epiphloeus Spinola; Pilosirus, new. Classification, Natural History, and Evolution of Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae).

Part V. Decorosa Opitz, a New Genus of Checkered Beetles from Hispaniola With Description of Author: Weston Opitz. Opitz, W. Classification, natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Part II. The genera Chaetophloeus Opitz and Plocamocera Spinola. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 1– Opitz, W.

Classification, natural history, and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae. CLASSIFICATION, NATURAL HISTORY, AND EVOLUTION OF THE EPIPHLOEINAE (COLEOPTERA: CLERIDAE). PART II. THE GENERA CHAETOPHLOEUS OPITZ AND PLOCAMOCERA SPINOLA WESTON OPITZ Kansas Wesleyan University Department of Biology, East Claflin Avenue, Salina, KS [email protected] BULLETIN OF.

Opitz, Weston (). "Classification, natural history, and evolution of Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Part VII. The genera Hapsidopteris Opitz, Iontoclerus Class: Insecta.

"Classification, natural history, and evolution of Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae) Part IV. The genera Pyticeroides Kuwert, and Diapromeces Opitz, ". Entomologica Basiliensia et Collectionis : Insecta. The checkered beetle genera Acanthocollum Opitz and Stegnoclava Opitz are redescribed and the genus Ichnea Laporte is revised for the first time.

Like other epiphloeines, species of Acanthocollum, Stegnoclava, and Ichnea are thought to be predators of lignicolous insects and highly involved in Batesian polymorphism.

Two major lines of evolution are apparent within Cited by: 6. CLASSIFICATION, NATURAL HISTORY, AND EVOLUTION OF EPIPHLOEINAE (COLEOPTERA: CLERIDAE). PART VI. THE GENERA EPIPHLAEUS SPINOLA AND OPITZIUS BARR ANNALES ZOOLOGICI (Warszawa),58(1): WESTON OPITZ Kansas Wesleyan University, Department of Biology, East Claflin Avenue,Cited by: 6.

Classification, natural history, and evolution of Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae) Part X. The genus Madoniella Pic, Classification, natural history, phylogeny, and subfamily composition of the Cleridae and generic content of the subfamilies The checkered beetles (Coleoptera: Cleridae) of the Maritime Provinces of Canada.

Classification, natural history and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera, Cleridae). Part 5, Decorosa Opitz, a new genus of checkered beetles from Hispaniola with description of its four new species ; American Museum novitates, no.pp.

19 with 46 figs. Opitz, Weston. Familia: Cleridae Subfamilia: Epiphloeinae Genus: Amboakis Name []. Amboakis Opitz, [nomen novum pro Teutonia Opitz, ]. Synonymy []. Teutonia Opitz, FINAL CONCLUSIONS ON THE EVOLUTION, PHYLOGENY, AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE PROBOSCIDEA.

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Classification, natural history, and evolution of Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Part V. Decorosa Opitz, a new genus of checkered beetles from Hispaniola with description of.

Plant - Plant - Evolution and paleobotany: The evolutionary history of plants is recorded in fossils preserved in lowland or marine sediments.

Some fossils preserve the external form of plant parts; others show cellular features; and still others consist of microfossils such as pollen and spores. In rare instances, fossils may even display the ultrastructural or chemical features of the plants.Evolution and Fossil History of Proboscideans 1st Edition by William J.

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Classification, natural history, and evolution of the Epiphloeinae (Coleoptera: Cleridae) Part XI. Generic taxonomy, intergeneric phylogeny, and catalogue of the subfamily.

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