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Download Revision of the genus Trox Fabricius (Coleoptera : Trogidae) of Australasian region
The Australasian species of Trox are revised. Fifty-three species are described and keyed, ten of which are new. Adults of all species and their male genitalia are illustrated and their distributions mapped. Observations are presented on phylogeny, zoogeography and biology. The new species are T.
mariae, T. howdenorum, T. aphanocephalus, T. nigroscobinus, T. mariettae, T. pellosomus, T Cited by: Get this from a library. Revision of the genus Trox Fabricius (Coleoptera: Trogidae) of the Australasian region.
[C H Scholtz; CSIRO (Australia)]. Pittino R. & Kawai S. () Notes on the genus Trox Fabricius, from East Asia. Description of the males of Trox (Trox) cambodjanus and T. (T.) poringensis and definition of the “terrestris” species group (Coleoptera, Trogidae).
Kogane 7: 5 – Cited by: 2. Trox Fabricius, ; References. Nikolaev, G.V. A new species of the genus Trox F. (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea, Trogidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Siberia.
Bulletin of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, 4(): 55– PDF. Trox Fabricius, Dataset GBIF Backbone Taxonomy Rank GENUS Published in Vaurie P () A revision of the genus Trox in North America (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History Revision of the genus Trox* Fabricius (Coleoptera: Trogidae) of the Australasian region. Article. Dec ; Trox Fabricius (with two subgenera, Trox and Phoberus Macleay), Omorgus Erichson.
Omorgus, Chesas, Lagopelus and Polynoncus, which he treated as subgenera of the genus Trox. Preudhomme de Borre () established the subgenus, Megalotrox (of Trox Fabricius) for some of the very large flightless Australian species. Chesas, Lagopelus and Megalotrox were later synonymised with Omorgus (Vaurie ).
Polynoncus has remained a well. The genus Trox Fabricius, contains 67 species (22 of the subgenus Granulitrox Nikolajev,ten of Niditrox Nikolajev, and 35 of the nominotypical subgenus Trox Fabricius, ) in.
Spindasis vulcanus (Fabricius) Spindasis syama (Horsfield) Spindasis rukmini (de Niceville) Spindasis nipalicus (moore) Spindasis elwesi Evans Genus Apharitis Riley Apharitis lilacinus Moore Genus Remelana Moore Remelana jangala (Horsfield) Genus Ancema Eliot Ancema ctesia (Hewitson) Genus Charana de Niceville I therefore consider that the correct original combination is with Omorgus, not Trox.
References. Scholtz, C.H. Revision Revision of the genus Trox Fabricius book the genus Trox Fabricius (Coleoptera: Trogidae) of the Australasian Region. Australian journal of zoology, supplementary series, () DOI: /AJZS; Links. A revision of the genus Zethus Fabricius in the Western Hemisphere (Hymenoptera: Eumenidae) | Richard Bohart and Lionel Stange | download | B–OK.
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Genus allotinus felder and felder. Allotinus drumila (Moore). Genus Spalgis moore. Trogini based on Tro- gus Panzer is a junior homonym of Tro- gidae MacLeay, (MacLeay, ), based on the Revision of the genus Trox Fabricius book genus Trox Fabricius.
Although Forster cites Trogus Gravenhorst, Gravenhorst includ- ed the type species of Trogus Panzer in his treatment of the genus and had the same generic concept] [Trogusina Carlson, The previously unknown larvae of Trox mandli Balthasar of the family Trogidae are described and illustrated.
The larva of T. mandli Balthasar differs from that of T. sabulosus (Linnaeus) in shape of the setae on abdominal tergite I, and from that of T. scaber (Linnaeus), in the chaetotaxy of the epipharynx. A key to the known larvae of the genus Trox Fabricius from the Russian Far East is given.
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Revision of the A. strigatus-group (Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae: Eupariini). A revision of the genus Dacus Fabricius from China (Diptera: Tephritidae). Author(s): Wang XingJian; Chen XiaoLin. Author Affiliation: Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
A revision of the genus Trox in South America (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae). Bulletin of the AMNH ; v.article 4 Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer. This item appears in the following Collection(s).
The Systematics of the Genus Morpho, Fabricius, (Lepidoptera Nymphalidae, Morphinae) by Blandin, P. at Pemberley Books. Introduction. The Trogidae is a small (about species) cosmopolitan family of Scarabaeoid carrion beetles comprising three genera, Omorgus Erichson, Trox Fabricius and Polynoncus s, which concerns us here, occurs mostly in arid regions of the southern continents where several species are flightless.
Trogid adults and larvae are facultative necrophages. Abstract. The genus Peirates Serville is revised. A total of 32 species are recognized.
Its species are assigned to the P. quadrinotatus, P. singularis and P. lepturoides species groups. Natural history: Many of the species are often found on carnivore faeces and owl pellets, in birds’ nests or in burrows.
Composition: About species in two extant genera, the type genus Trox Fabricius and Phoberus MacLeay stat. rev. GENUS: Trox Fabricius Trox Fabricius Introduction. The genus Ptomaphagus belongs to the subtribe Ptomaphagina of the tribe Ptomaphagini (Leiodidae, Cholevinae) and was introduced by Hellwig () based on a single species Tritoma sericea Fabricius, (= Silpha subvillosa Goeze, ) from Europe, which was fixed as the type species of the genus by monotypy.
It is the most speciose genus (including known species worldwide. Patricia Vaurie (Septem - Ma ) was an American entomologist who specialized in beetles in the families Scarabaeidae and worked in the American Museum of Natural History for much of her working life.
Patricia Wilson was born in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania and grew up in New York where her family moved to. She graduated from Barnard College, Columbia. Danmarks Dyreliv 6. Apollo Books, Stenstrup. Udvardy M.D.F. A classification of the biogeographical provinces of the world.
IUCN occasional paper 8: 1– Van Steenis J. The first Oriental species of the genus Brachyopa Meigen (Diptera: Syrphidae), with a discussion on the Syrphidae fauna of the Indo-Malayan transition zone.
Trox (Q) From Wikidata. Jump to navigation Jump to search. genus of insects. edit. Language Label Description Also known as; English: Trox. genus of insects. Statements. Trox. taxon author. Johan Christian Fabricius. year of taxon name publication.
0 references. taxon rank. genus. 0 references. parent taxon. Troginae. Published records and recent unpublished field observations on Trox procerus Har. in Asia and Africa are assembled. All stages of the life-cycle are figured, and brief descriptive notes on the egg, larval and pupal stages, are given.
In his monograph Wesmael () made a survey of 48 Bracon Fabricius species occurring in of the 48 species 37 have been described by Wesmael himself as new species, the rest of the species, 11 ones, divides among three authors: seven species by Nees, three species by Fabricius and one species by Spinola.
Kawai, S., A new species of the genus Omorgus Erichson, (Coleoptera, Trogidae) from South Africa. Kogane, Tokyo, (7): 1. Pittino, R. & S. Kawai, Notes on the genus Trox Fabricius, from Southeast Asia I.
Description of the males of Trox (Trox) cambodjanus and T. The New World members of the genus Trox Fabricius (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) were reviewed by Vaurie (, ), who recognized 35 South American species.
One additional Neotropical species was later reported from the Amazon Basin (Ratcliffe ). A recent expedition to southern Peru resulted in the discovery of a new species of Trox, and added.
By Richard M. Bohart and L. Stange, Published on 09/21/ Recommended Citation. Bohart, Richard M. and Stange, L. A., "A Revision of the Genus Zethus Fabricius in the Western Hemisphere (Hymenoptera: Eumenidae)" ().
A new Trox species, T. jeanae Scholtz and Inward, is described from Thailand. The new species belongs to the Trox opacotuberculatus species-group, a mainly eastern Palaearctic group consisting of 12 species. Habitus drawings of the T.
jeanae adult and male genitalia are provided. All members of the species-group are re-examined, a map of species distribution and a tabulated key to.
Trox. Fabricius, Madagatrox. Pittino, Omorgus. Erichson and. Polynoncus. Burmeister. The formerly included genera genus. Trox. Scholtz (a) published a phylogenetic analysis that clarified the family limits, re- Trox (Phoberus) in the a revision.
It may be useful to note that when describing larvae of African trogids, Scholtz. Introduction. Members of the octocoral family Xeniidae form a major component of shallow coral-reef communities in the tropical Indo-West-Pacific region, and in the Red Sea in particular (e.g., Gohar ; Benayahu ; Reinicke ).In the Red Sea, a remarkably high number of 34 species have been recorded from the family prior to this revision, 24 of which were originally described from.
Trox (Trox) necopinus is described from north-western Zambia. The male holotype and its genitalia are illustrated. After having examined s specimens in the course of a revision of the African Trox F.
(Scholtz) it came as somewhat of a surprise to find specimens of an undescribed species, collected inamongst un. A revision of the North American species of beetles belonging to the family Bostrichidae punctate Dinoderus disk elongate Elytra at base elytron emarginate in front erect hairs Fabricius Female.—Differs figs France Ann genus glabrous Horn inconspicuous hairs Insects Jour Junk pub Kafer labrum larvae last visible abdominal lateral margins.
Trox foveicollis Harold, Species: Trox frontera Vaurie, Species: Trox gemmulatus Horn, Species: Trox hamatus Robinson, Species: Trox laticollis LeConte, Species: Trox plicatus Robinson, Species: Trox robinsoni Vaurie, Species: Trox scaber (Linnaeus, ) Species: Trox sonorae LeConte, Species: Trox.
Revision of the West Palaearctic Species of the Genus Bassus Fabricius (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) (Zoologische Verhandelingen) by G. Simbolotti, C. van Achterberg First published in Mycetophagus is a genus of hairy fungus beetles in the family are at least 20 described species in Mycetophagus.
ITIS Taxonomic notes: The name Mycetophagus appeared in two or three separate works inone by Hellwig (in Schneider Neuest Mag. Ent., ), and two by Fabricius (Entomologiae Systematicae, Emendatae et Auctae, Tom. Biological Genus, Organism Classification. Trox is a genus of beetles of the Family Trogidae.
Its species occur almost worldwide. TROX GmbH Business Operation, Employer, Organization. The Germany based TROX GmbH has been founded in in Neukirchen-Vluyn, a small town nearby Düsseldorf and is a globally active manufacturer of air.
A REVISION OF THE GENUS HIPPARCHIA FABRICIUS, by Otakar Kudrna. E. but it is also a workmanlike taxonomic revision of a very difficult genus. The revision is not what one would expect to obtain in a book of this size that costs more than $, and I am rather disappointed in the production of it.A Revision of the Genus Sympherobius Banks (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae) of America North of Mexico with a Synonymical List of the World Species Vol Page was Trox fascifer LeConte.
When Patricia Vaurie revised the genus (A Revision of the Genus Trox in North America (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae) Bulletin of the Ameri-can Museum of Natural History, Volume Article 1) she saw only 14 specimens, and listed its range from the San Francisco Bay area north into British Columbia.