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SIX NEW SPECIES OF THE GENUS HEMERODROMIA FROM CHINA (DIPTERA: EMPIDIDAE)
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Six new species of the genus Hemerodromia Meigen from China are deals with, which are similar to H. oratoria Fallen, but mesonotum with a central brownish stria, but thorax yellow and postnotum brownish yellow.
A new genus and species of leafhoppers (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) named in honor of Prof. Chou Io.
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This new taxon is allied to Signoretia Stal and Preta Distant with large pronotum and small scutellum, but different in the ocellar position and venations,and also differs in the genitalia of males.
NOTES ON CONIOPTERYGIDAE (NEUROPTERA)——II. GENUS CONWENTZIA ENDERLEIN
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Three new species of Conwentzia are described and the early stages of one species are also given, allied to the Indian species C. inverta Withycombe, but differs by the genitalia and the tarsus of the hind legs.
NOTES ON THE NEW SUBFAMILY TRIDACTYLOPHAGINAE (STREPSIPTERA: HALICTOPHAGIDAE)
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After a study of a large number of Halictophagidae, the author proposes a new subfamily Tridactylophaginae to include the TridACTylophagus group and two new species belonging to this group were discovered by the author from China and are described in the present paper.
[Effect of albendazole and pyrantel in treating intestinal helminthiasis and controlling the recurrence of hookworm infections].
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It was demonstrated that the recurrence of hookworm infection resulted from A. duodenale infections, while a single dose of 400mg albendazole per day for 3 or 5 days showed good effect in controlling theRecurrence ofhookworm infections in a certain area.
[Study on the volatile oils of Murraya microphylla].
The essential oils from the leaves of Murraya microphylla (Merr. et Chun) Swing. growing in Sangya city, Hainan province have been studied by GC-MS and 22 compounds have been isolated and identified.
DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF STREPSIPTERA PARASITIC ON THE RICE LEAF-HOPPERS
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Host: Nophotettix bipunctatus Fabricius (including N.bipunctatus cincticeps Uhler), and many malepupae and pupal cephalotheca and nymphs (? ).
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