• Corpus ID: 82199287

Curculionidae : Alophinae, Diabathrariinae, Rhynchaeninae, Ceratopinae, Trigonocolinae, Xiphaspidinae, Nerthopinae, Euderinae, Camarotinae, Acicnemidinae

@inproceedings{Schenkling1935CurculionidaeA,
  title={Curculionidae : Alophinae, Diabathrariinae, Rhynchaeninae, Ceratopinae, Trigonocolinae, Xiphaspidinae, Nerthopinae, Euderinae, Camarotinae, Acicnemidinae},
  author={S. Schenkling and A. Klima},
  year={1935}
}
ANNOTATED KEY TO WEEVILS OF THE WORLD: PART 5 - SUBFAMILY ENTIMINAE (CURCULIONIDAE)
Taxonomic entities included in the present key are: new tribe Isanirini Legalov, trib. n. (type genus Isaniris J. Thomson, 1858), three new subtribes Deracanthina Legalov, subtrib. n. (type genus
On the identity of some weevil species described by Johann Christian Fabricius (1745–1808) in the Museum of Zoology of Copenhagen (Coleoptera, Cucujoidea, Curculionoidea, Tenebrionoidea)
Abstract The types of thirty-two nominal weevil species described by Johann Christian Fabricius are reviewed and lecto- and paralectotypes are designated for twenty-two of them. A neotype is
What's Under a Plastic Strip? Hidden Urban Biodiversity in the Beijing Metropolitan Area, China
ABSTRACT This paper reports on the remarkable results we achieved with a novel, inexpensive collecting method, i.e. band-shelter trapping, during a survey conducted in 25 urban parks and greenbelts
Morphology of Baridinae and related groups (Coleoptera, Curculionidae).
TLDR
This study provides a fairly comprehensive, though by no means exhaustive, review of baridine external and internal morphology to aid future studies on the Curculionoidea group, particularly in phylogenetics.