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A natural history of the ground-beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) of America north of Mexico
This volume provides a summary of the natural history of the ground beetles from North America north of Mexico, with details on seasonality, mating, gravid females or oviposition, tenerals, over-wintering, feeding, predation, parasitism and defence-mechanism.
Phylum Arthropoda, subphylum hexapoda: Protura, springtails, Diplura, and insects
Rod P. MACFARLANE, PEtER A. MAddISoN, IAN G. ANdREW, JoCELyN A. BERRy, PEtER M. JoHNS, RoBERt J. B. HoARE, MARIE-CLAudE LARIvIÈRE, PENELoPE GREENSLAdE, RoSA C. HENdERSoN, CouRtENAy N. SMItHERS,…
Picromerus bidens (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae) In North america, With A World Review Of Distribution And Bionomics
DESCRIPTION OF PARABROCHYMENA , NEW GENUS, AND REDEFINITION AND REVIEW OF BROCHYMENA AMYOT AND AUDINET-SERVILLE (HEMIPTERA: PENTATOMIDAE), WITH CONSIDERATIONS ON NATURAL HISTORY, CHOROLOGICAL…
- M. Larivière
From the endemic New World halyine genus Brochymena, two genera are recognized and chorological affinities are presented and systematic relationships are hypothesized.
Fauna of New Zealand Ko te Aitanga Pepeke o Aotearoa
The New Zealand Peloridiidae fauna (3 genera, 13 species) is reviewed and a concise treatment of the taxonomy of all taxa is presented, with illustrations emphasising the most important diagnostic features of the external morphology and male genitalia.
PARABROCHYMENA LARIVIÈRE (HEMIPTERA: PENTATOMIDAE): SYSTEMATICS, NATURAL HISTORY, CHOROLOGICAL AFFINITIES, AND EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS, WITH A BIOGEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF PARABROCHYMENA AND…
- M. Larivière
- 1 October 1994
The genus Parabrochymena Lariviere is reviewed, and species groups are characterized, and a key to all taxa is presented for the first time.
Lasiomerus annulatus (Reuter) (Hemiptera: Nabidae) in southern Canada: ecology and phenology, with a description of the last-instar nymph
- M. Larivière
- 1 June 1993
Terrestrial invertebrate surveys and rapid biodiversity assessment in New Zealand: lessons from Australia
One of the most useful RBA approaches to take in New Zealand involves focusing resources and attention on a limited range of taxa, however, this requires substantial communication, discussion, and agreement over which taxa should be selected for conservation priorities and environmental monitoring in terrestrial ecosystems.
Aneurus sp. from the early Miocene Foulden Maar, New Zealand: the first Southern Hemisphere record of fossil Aradidae (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera)
Abstract The first specimen of fossil Heteroptera (Aradidae, Aneurinae) from New Zealand is figured and described. The ventrally preserved specimen from early Miocene lake sediments at Foulden Maar,…
The importance of urban reserves for conserving beetle communities: a case study from New Zealand
Urban reserves provide a major opportunity for conservation of indigenous biodiversity in the heavily urbanised landscape of Waitakere City (Auckland), New Zealand. However, there is little…