Host-plants of chrysomelidae of the world : an essay about the relationships between the leaf-beetles and their food-plants
Relationships among the subfamilies of Chrysomelidae inferred from small subunit ribosomal DNA and morphology, with special emphasis on the relationship among the flea beetles and the Galerucinae
Food Habits and Food Selection of Chrysomelidae. Bionomic and Evolutionary Perspectives
- P. Jolivet
- Environmental Science
So much has been written about the food-selection of Chrysomelidae and finally very little is actually known. Mostly in the Tropics, the observations are rather scanty and some areas like Madagascar…
Eumolpinae – a widely distributed and much diversified subfamily of leaf beetles (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae)
A general review of Eumolpinae, a subfamily of Chrysomelidae, which is specially numerous and much diversifi ed in the tropics, with both the attributes declining northward.
Interrelationship between insects and plants
- P. Jolivet
- Environmental Science, Biology
A Brief and Simple Review of Plant and Arthropod Relationships Sap Suckers Fruit Eaters Nectar Eaters Pollen and Spore Eaters Floral Feeding Chewers Carnivory in Phytophagous Insects Plant-Feeding…
Novel aspects of the biology of Chrysomelidae
It seems that most of the modern host-plant associations were established, at least, in the late Mesozoic to early Cenozoic, and stasis seems to be the general rule of the chrysomelid fossil record.
New species of Eumolpinae from the genera Dematochroma Baly, 1864 and Taophila Heller, 1916 from New Caledonia [ Coleoptera, Eumolpidae ]
Les nouvelles especes proviennent de nombreuses stations de l'ile principale, sauf quelques unes des petites iles avoisinantes, mais beaucoup d'autres restent a decouvrir notamment dans l'ensemble de the chaine montagneuse centrale.