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THE GENERA ENGONIUS AND PARINDALMUS (Coleoptera : Endomychidae)
A synoptic review of 2 endomychid genera, based on study of single types. Lectotypes are designated for those species not described from monotypes. A number of specific names combined with EngoniusExpand
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Some fungus beetles of the family Endonnychidac in the United States National Museum, mostly from Latin America and the Philippine Islands
Eumorphus marginatus (Fabricius) : A single male specimen from Baguio, Luzon, P. I. Eumorphus tetraspilotus Hope: A male and a female from Palawan, P. I. Cyclotoma pardalina (Gerstaecker) : ElevenExpand
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Some new Endomychidae (Coleoptera) from Belgian Congo
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Two New Species of Orthoptera from Texas
Among the Orthoptera which I collected during a short stay at San Antonio in the summer of 1940 are thirty-two specimens of a Melanoplus which I have been unable to place in any described species. InExpand
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Studies in Nocturnal Ecology. V, An Experiment in Conducting Field Classes at Night
The chief purpose of this report is to suggest the value of incorporating night field trips into the regular schedule of classes in Animal Ecology. This is predicated upon the belief that instructionExpand
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The Gryllacrididae and Gryllidae of the Bahama Islands, British West Indies (Orthoptera). American Museum novitates ; no. 1618
The study here presented is based largely on a collection of Orthoptera made by several persons of the American Museum staff in the Bahamas, especially on Bimini. All but a few of the specimens inExpand
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Some Southwestern Gryllacrididae (Orthoptera)
Collecting in New Mexico during the summer of 1945 resulted in the discovery of three new species of the orthopterous family Gryllacrididae. One of these is a Ceuthophilus ; the other two belong toExpand
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THE GENUS INDALMUS IN ASIA, NEW GUINEA AND AUSTRALIA, WITH DESCRIPTION OF A NEW GENUS, PLATINDALMUS (COLEOPTERA: ENDOMYCHIDAE)1
The species of the endomychid genus Indalmus that occur in Asia, New Guinea and Australia are the subject of this review, based on a study of the types. Indalmus formosanus (Csiki) is given as a newExpand
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