TWO NEW SPECIES OF STREPSIPTERA FROM THAILAND (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-V)

@article{Kifune1979TWONS,
  title={TWO NEW SPECIES OF STREPSIPTERA FROM THAILAND (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-V)},
  author={Teiji Kifune and 木船 悌嗣 and Yoshihiro Hirashima and 平嶋 義宏},
  journal={ESAKIA},
  year={1979}
}
Annotated Catalog of the Order Strepsiptera of the World
  • J. Cook
  • Biology
    Transactions of the American Entomological Society
  • 2019
TLDR
An annotated taxonomic and nomenclatural catalogue of the insect order Strepsiptera is presented, showing known distributions and host associations as they are currently known.
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Descriptions of Corioxenidae (Strepsiptera) from Australia, and a Checklist of World Genera and Species of Corioxenidae
TLDR
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TLDR
One hundred and eleven male specimens of the Strepsiptera from Oceania and S. E. S. A. are taxonomically studied and 5 new species of Stichotrernu are described.
RECORDS OF THE STREPSIPTERA FROM AUSTRALIA AND SRI LANKA IN THE COLLECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-XI)
TLDR
Four new species of the Strepsiptera, including Mengenilla australiensis from Australia, Triozocera ceylonensis, Halictophagus radialis, and H. minimus from Sri Lanka, are described.
RECORDS OF THE STREPSIPTERA OF SRI LANKA IN THE COLLECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF SEVEN NEW SPECIES (Notulae Strepsipterologicae-VI)
TLDR
An unexpectedly rich fauna of Strepsiptera is detected from Sri Lanka, with as many as 8 species, 7 of which are new to science, all of the genera here recorded from this country.

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