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study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region (Thailand, the Philippines, and adjoining areas)

S. Hamid Mahmood

study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region (Thailand, the Philippines, and adjoining areas)

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Published by Entomology Dept., Bernice P. Bishop Museum in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Orient
    • Subjects:
    • Leafhoppers -- Classification.,
    • Insects -- Classification.,
    • Insects -- Orient -- Classification.

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      Other titlesStudy of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region ...
      Statementby Syed Hamid Mahmood.
      SeriesPacific insects monograph ;, 12
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL461 .P218 no. 12, QL527.C49 .P218 no. 12
      The Physical Object
      Pagination52 p. :
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4946080M
      LC Control Number76373838

        Introduction Paragongylopus Chen & He, is a genus with small body size and three recognized antennal segments that readily make it morphologically distinguishable from all other genera in the subfamily Pachymorphinae Brunner von Wattenwyl, (Brunner von Wattenwyl , Chen and He , Zompro , Bragg , Cliquennois , Chen and He , Ho ). (Fiction) Books to Read in a Lifetime. There are many lists highlighting the best books to read - and they are all different. Here is our list with some of our favorite fiction books - some classics, alongside contemporary fare. The Typewriting Trainer Handbook Features In its current version, Typewriting Trainer has quite a number of features, such as: •Ships with dozens different . Insect evolution, from a free to a parasitic lifestyle, took eons under the pressure of a plethora of ecological and environmental drivers in different habitats, resulting in varying degrees of interactions with their hosts. Most Drosophilidae are known to be adapted to feeding on substrates rich in bacteria, yeasts and other microfungi. Some of them, mainly those in the Steganinae subfamily.


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study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region (Thailand, the Philippines, and adjoining areas) by S. Hamid Mahmood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mahmood:A study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region [Homoptera] Table of Contents [30 Nov ] Pages [ pdf ] [15 Dec ]. Both new genera are assigned to the typhlocybine tribe Empoascini.

A key to the known genera of the tribe from of which are known in the Oriental Region and 34 genera have been reported in. The genus belongs to the tribe Empoascini, and a total of 79 species of the genus occur mostly in the temperate zone of the Oriental region and in the adjacent parts of the Palearctic region and in the mountainous area of mainland southeast Asia (Dworakowska,Qin Author: Sumin Oh, Sunghoon Jung.

Mahmood, S. A study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental Region (Thailand, the Philippines and adjoining areas). Pac. Ins. Mon. [first attempt at revision of the Oriental fauna, includes keys to tribes and genera following Young's classification]. Ribaut, H.

Homopteres Auchenorhynques (Typhlocybidae). typhlocybine leafhoppers. Key words: a. Study of a new genus and some species of Typhlocyba Germar (Typhlocybini: genera of the Oriental region. (Thailand, Philippines. Two new microleafhopper genera, Keumiata Qin & Dietrich gen.

nov. and Flaviata Lu & Qin gen. nov. are described based on 2 new species, K. orientalis Qin & Dietrich sp. nov. and F. variata Lu & Qin. Familia: Cicadellidae Subfamilia: Typhlocybinae Tribus: Typhlocybini Genus: Mindanaoa Species: M. orientalis Name []. Mindanaoa Mahmood, Type species.

Mahmood, S.H., a: A study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region (Thailand, the Philippines and adjoining areas). Pacific Insects Monograp, 1– (original description).

A study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region (Thailand, the Philippines and adjoining areas). Pacific Insects Monographs. (description). Matsumura, S., b. A revision of the Palaearctic and Oriental Typhlocybid-genera with descriptions of new species and new genera.

Insecta Matsumurana. 6(2):pl. II-III. Mahmood, S.H., a. A study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region (Thailand, the Philippines and adjoining areas). Pacific Insects Monographs. (original description, key). Ramakrishnan, U., Menon, M.G.R., a. The first worldwide study was published by Pederzani ().

However, that study does not include figures, making the proper identification of some genera difficult. Recently, Miller & Bergsten () published an interesting book about systematics and biology of the family which includes global keys to subfamilies, tribes, and genera.

Mao-Fa Yang's 46 research works with 48 citations and 1, reads, including: Biological control efficiency of an ectoparasitic mite Pyemotes zhonghuajia on oriental armyworm Mythimna separata.

This page was last edited on 29 Augustat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may This page was last edited on 21 Januaryat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may   A study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region (Thailand, the Philippines and adjoining areas).

Pacific Insects Monograph MAHMOOD, S. H., AND AHMED, M. A revision of the Palaearctic and Oriental Typhlocybid-genera with descriptions of new species and new genera. Insecta Matsumurana. 6(2):pl. II-III. (records).

Matsumura, S., a. A study of the typhlocybine genera of the Oriental region book of the Palaearctic and Oriental Typhlocybid-genera with descriptions of new species and new genera. Insecta Matsumurana. 6(3): Delfinado, M.D. & D.E. Hardy, eds. A catalog of the Diptera of the Oriental Region.

Volume I. Suborder Nematocera. My study focused on three hypotheses. This genus is similar to the. The taxonomy of a newly recorded genus of parasitoid fly from Taiwan, Admontia quwi sp.

nov. is described. Diagnostic characteristics and variations o. Limassolla aureata [2] är en insektsart som först beskrevs av Mahmood Limassolla aureata ingår i släktet Limassolla och familjen dvärgstritar. [3] [4]Artens utbredningsområde är Singapore. [3] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.

[3]Källor. a b; a b c. An Mindanaoa orientalis in uska species han Insecta nga ginhulagway ni Mahmood hadton An Mindanaoa orientalis in nahilalakip ha genus nga Mindanaoa, ngan familia nga Cicadellidae.

Mabibilngan ini ha Philippines. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. 1 day ago  First steps to understand the systematics of Echinorhynchidae Cobbold, (Acanthocephala), inferred through nuclear gene sequences. Empoascanara unipunctata [2] är en insektsart som först beskrevs av Mahmood Empoascanara unipunctata ingår i släktet Empoascanara och familjen dvärgstritar.

[3] [4]Artens utbredningsområde är Thailand. [3] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life. [3]Källor. a b; a b c. () A study of the Typhlocybinae genera of the Oriental Region (Thailand, The Philippines and adjoining areas).

Pacific Insects Monograph 1–52 Articles from ZooKeys are provided here courtesy of Pensoft Publishers. Espesye sa insekto ang Penangiana ning gihulagway ni Mahmood ni adtong Ang Penangiana pallida sakop sa kahenera nga Penangiana sa kabanay nga Cicadellidae.

Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. Ang mga gi basihan niini. now comprises 81 previously described genera, 64 of which are known in the Oriental Region and 34 genera have been reported in China (Lu & Qin a, b; Liu et al.

This paper adds 2 new genera and 2 new species based on our recent ex-amination of materials collected from southern China and Thailand with a key to the known gen. The most likely sister clade of the group is composed of a group of genera distributed predominantly in the Oriental and the easternmost parts of Palaearctic region [59, 64].

Miller's hypothesis [ 11 ] was that the ancestor of mycalesines was of Oriental origin and the group diversified through dispersals to the Afrotropical and Australasian. Appears in 6 books from Page - islands and sand-banks, and can evidently pass over a few miles of sea with ease; but the Nicobar bird is a very different case, because none of the numerous intervening islands offer a single example of the family.

An Makia tripunctata in uska species han Insecta nga syahan ginhulagway ni Mahmood hadton An Makia tripunctata in nahilalakip ha genus nga Makia, ngan familia nga Cicadellidae. Mabibilngan ini ha Philippines. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. ; Pemoasca brunneipunctata [1] är en insektsart som beskrevs av Mahmood Pemoasca brunneipunctata ingår i släktet Pemoasca och familjen dvärgstritar.

[2] [3]Artens utbredningsområde är Filippinerna. [2] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life. [2]Källor.

a b c. Mindanaoa orientalis [1] är en insektsart som beskrevs av Mahmood Mindanaoa orientalis ingår i släktet Mindanaoa och familjen dvärgstritar.

[2] [3]Artens utbredningsområde är Filippinerna. [2] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life. [2]Källor. a b c. Elbelus tripunctatus [1] är en insektsart som beskrevs av Mahmood Elbelus tripunctatus ingår i släktet Elbelus och familjen dvärgstritar.

[2] [3] Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.[2]Källor. a b. The typographic book, ; a study of fine typography through five centuries, exhibited in upwards of three hundred and fifty title and text pages drawn from presses working in the European tradition.

With an introductory essay by Stanley Morison, and supplementary material by. Ten genera of Physoderina from the Oriental Region are diagnosed and described, and twenty six species representing eight genera (Paraphaea Bates, Anchista Nietner, Metallanchista gen.

n., Diamella nom. n., Allocota Motschulsky, Orionella Jedlička, Endynomena Chaudoir and Dasiosoma Britton (Oriental species only)) are revised. Keys to genera and species are provided, along with distribution. )—Table I. Families of Animals inhabiting the Ethiopian Region (p.

)—Table II. List of Genera of Terrestrial Mammalia and Birds of the Ethiopian Region (p. ) CHAPTER XII. THE ORIENTAL REGION. Zoological Characteristics of the Oriental Region (p. )—Summary of Oriental Vertebrata (p. )—The Oriental Sub-regions (p. About this book.

Language: English. From the introduction: "[ ] More than 40 years ago, Sublette & Sublette () published the first Oriental Catalogue [of midges,] confirming species in 55 genera keeping and 90 species as “unplaced” and “nomina dubia” respectively under 4 subfamilies, Chironominae (23 genera), Diamesinae (3 genera), Orthocladiinae (19 genera) and.

An Rabiana delicatula in uska species han Insecta nga ginhulagway ni Mahmood hadton An Rabiana delicatula in nahilalakip ha genus nga Rabiana, ngan familia nga Cicadellidae. Mabibilngan ini ha Philippines. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. A molecular phylogenetic study published in found that the genus Grus, as then defined, was polyphyletic.

In the resulting rearrangement to create monophyletic genera, the Siberian Crane was moved to the resurrected monotypic genus Leucogeranus, while the sandhill crane, the white-naped crane, the sarus crane, and the brolga were moved to. We relimit and revise the family Selenopidae to include four new genera and 27 new species from Australia and the Oriental Region.

The family is redefined, as are the genera Anyphops Benoit, Garcorops Corronca, Hovops Benoit, Selenops Latreille, and Siamspinops Dankittipakul & Corronca, to accommodate the new genera and to correct previous inconsistencies in the diagnoses and.

In contrast, only three genera Cautires, Xylobanus, and Metanoeus represent almost complete species-level richness of the Oriental and Afrotropical fauna (altogether ∼ spp., Fig.

A few genera occur on both sides of the Wallace line and in all cases the number of species is highly asymmetrical, with the majority of species known from. However, the status of some established genera and species in this tribe remains dubious or misleading and needs further revision.

In this study, one genus and one species are recognized as junior synonyms and we also propose one new combination in Empoascini.

The purpose of the present paper is to clarify the taxonomy of the tribe. Volume Two of the new guide to the study of biodiversity in insects Volume Two of Insect Biodiversity: Science and Society presents an entirely new, companion volume of a comprehensive resource for the most current research on the influence insects have on humankind and on our endangered environment.

With contributions from leading researchers and scholars on the topic, the text explores.Vauricia howdenae Chamorro and Anderson, a new genus and species of Rhinostomina from the Oriental Region, with a key to World genera of Orthognathini (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Dryophthorinae)-(Peer Reviewed Journal) Chamorro, M.L., Anderson, R.S.

Representatives of the four tribes of Phymatinae occur in tropical, subtropical, and temperate regions around the world except Australia and New Zealand (Froeschner and Kormilev, ).These bugs are easily distinguished from other Reduviidae by their robust raptorial forelegs, fusiform distal flagellomeres, well developed bucculae, and disruptive color pattern (Weirauch et al.