Systematisches, verbreitung und morpho-biologisches aus der gryllacriden unterfamilie schizodactylinae (orth).

  title={Systematisches, verbreitung und morpho-biologisches aus der gryllacriden unterfamilie schizodactylinae (orth).},
  author={W. Ramme},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Morphologie und {\"O}kologie der Tiere},
  • W. Ramme
  • Published 1 March 1931
  • Biology
  • Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Ökologie der Tiere
1. Sys temat i sches . [m Jahre 1773 beschrieb DRURY (Ill. Exot. Ent. II) unter dem l~amen Gryllus monstrosus einei~uBerst merkwiirdige, in Bengalen lebende Gryllaeride, fiir die 1835 dann B~uLn~ (Hist. Nat. J. 9) die aeue Gattung Schizodactylus aufstellte. Als n~chstverwar~dte wurde 1888 yon BRUN~E~ (Verh. zool.-bot. GGS. Wien, S. 387) dig Gattung Comicus mit der siidafrikanischen Art capensis aufgestellt und 1901 beschrieb WER~ER (Sitzgsber. Akad. Wiss. Wie~, Math.-natnrwiss; El.) den in… 
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