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THE AUSTRALIAN HYGROBIIDAE (COLEOPTERA)
The family Hygrobiidae is discussed. Five species are recognised of which 3 are Australian, including 1 (Hygrobia maculata) described as new. A key to the Australian species is provided.
A review of Heteronyx Guerin-Meneville (Coleoptera : Scarabaeidae : Melolonthinae)
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The possible reasons for the prolific speciation in Heteronyx are discussed and genetic drift following the temporal and spatial isolation of small populations in a semi-desert environment, and/or isolation resulting from prolonged drought combined with local rainfall are suggested.
COLEOPTERA: SCARABAEIDAE: MELOLONTHINAE AND DYNASTINAE FROM THE MONTE BELLO ISLANDS, 1952
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This species is known only from N.W. Australia and the type locality is King Sound.
A pointer to a new hallucinogen of insect origin.
In the High Yemen
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