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A revision of the new world species of Cryptolestes Ganglbauer (Coleoptera: Cucujidae: Laemophloeinae).
The New World species of Cryptalestes Ganglbauer are revised and keys, diagnoses, descriptions, and illustrations are provided for the 13 non-economic species. Six stored products species of theExpand
INVERTEBRATE ANIMALS EXTRACTED FROM NATIVE TILLANDSIA (BROMELIALES: BROMELIACEAE) IN SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
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A list of terrestrial invertebrates, identified to the species level, has not before been compiled for bromeliads in Florida, showing that these plants support a diverse invertebrate fauna. Expand
Metamasius callizona (Chevrolat)(Coleoptera:Curculionidae), an immigrant pest, destroys bromeliads in Florida
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A previously obscure weevil species known from Mexico, Guatemala, and Panama, was discovered in Florida (USA) in 1989 and its larvae mine meristemmatic tissue and flower-stalks of epiphytic Tillandsia bromeliads, which they kill. Expand
Generic Key to the Known Larvae of the Cucujidae, Passandridae, and Silvanidae of America North of Mexico (Coleoptera)
Illustrated generic identification keys are presented to the known larvae of Cucujidae, Passandridae, and Silvanidae occurring in America north of Mexico.
A NEW SPECIES OF APTEROUS TELEPHANUS (COLEOPTERA: SILVANIDAE) WITH A
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A new species of apterous Telephanus Erichson, T. acrolophus Thomas, is described from the Blue Mountains of Jamaica and the description and figures given by Nevermann (1937) of his species and a specimen that is identified as T. darlingtoni Nevermann indicate the even more highly derived nature of the species. Expand
Two New Genera of Neotropical Laemophloeinae (Coleoptera: Cucujidae)
Two new genera of Neotropical laemophloeine Cucujidae are described, illustrated, and their affinities discussed. Odontophloeus Thomas, NEW GENUS, includes O. crybetes Thomas, NEW SPECIES. OtherExpand
A NEW NEOTROPICAL GENUS AND SPECIES OF ROSTRATE LAEMOPHLOEINAE (COLEOPTERA: CUCUJIDAE) WITH DISCUSSION OF THE SYSTEMATIC POSITION OF THE SUBFAMILY'
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Examination of specimens of most of the other described species of Rhinomalus revealed the polyphyletic nature of the genus as presently composed and supported the erection of a new genus, Metaxyphloeus Thomas. Expand
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