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MONOGENETIC FAUNA OF FRESHWATER FISHES OF HAINAN ISLAND
Prom a survey of 35 species of freshwater fishes in Hainan Island.71 species of monogeneans are reported,of which 20 species are new.1.Dactylogyrus onychocirrus sp.nov.Central large hooks ofExpand
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MONOGENEA FROM YUNNAN PROVINCE A NEW SPECIES OF DACTYLOGYRUS FROM CAPOETA SEMIFASCIOLATA (GUNTHER)
Two species of Dactylogyrus are reported from the Capeeta semifasoiolata (Gun-ther),of which one is Dactylogyrus anchoratus Dujardin,1845 and the other is a new species,as characterisedExpand
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Description of a new species of Chonala (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae) from NW Yunnan, China.
A new species, Chonala huertasae Lang & Bozano sp. nov., is described from Dulong-jiang valley, West slope of Mts. Gao-li-gong, NW Yunnan Province, SW China. A key to species and subspecies of theExpand
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Description of two new species of the Lethe manzorum-group (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae) from China.
The Lethe manzorum-group is studied and two new species (L. sisii sp. nov. and L. giancbozanoi sp. nov.) closely related to L. manzorum (Poujade, 1884) from China are described and illustrated.
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Gonadal Develpment and Growth of Freshwater Mussel Solenaia oleivora
Freshwater mussel Solenaia oleivora was collected from August in 2008 to October in 2009 and the shell length,shell height,and shell width were measured.At the same time,their age were identified.TheExpand
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UITRASTRUCTURE OF THE BODY WALL OF SAME MONOGENEANS
Monogenea are small hermaphroditic flatworms. The life cycles of monogeneans are simple, they have no intermediate host and no alternation of generations. Monogeneans are primarily fish parasites,Expand
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Notes on the geographic variation of Lopinga gerdae Nordström, 1934 Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae).
Lopinga gerdae Nordström, 1934 (Satyrini) is a species geographically restricted to S. Gansu, Northwest China. It was described from four males and one female collected from "Ka-tien-kou" onExpand
Notes on the butterflies "described" in 1929 by Prof. Woon-Young Chun from Hainan Island, China (Lepidoptera, Papilionoidea).
Joicey & Talbot (1921) described 2 new species and 19 new subspecies of butterflies and one new subspecies of Zygaenidae from Hainan Island, China. The specimens studied by Joicey & Talbot fromExpand
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