The Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma

@article{StejnegerTheFO,
  title={The Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma},
  author={Leonhard Stejneger and Malcolm Arthur Smith},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={78},
  pages={569-569}
}
WE congratulate the editor and author on the appearance of another half-volume of this important work. The present instalment is devoted to the homopterous family Jassidæ, subfani. v. Jassinae (including Acocephalinae), comprising twelve divisions, and subfam. Typhlocybinas, with two divisions. The species included are numbered from 2509 to 2696. An appendix is commenced, including additions to the Rhynchota Heteroptera discussed in vol. i.; and the portion now published relates to the families… 
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