4 edition of Classification of the chalcid flies found in the catalog.
|Statement||By William Harris Ashmead ...|
|Series||Memoirs of the Carnegie museum. vol. I, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .P75 v. 1, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 225-551 p.|
|Number of Pages||551|
|LC Control Number||04019097|
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HYMENOPTERA, Chalcididae (Leach ) - (Chalcidoidea) -- &. Deacription Chalcididae These are medium sized wasps about mm long. Their hind femora are swollen and bear teeth. The chalcidids have antennae that are bent and very small. The body is laterally compressed. They are distinguished from the leucospidids by having their ovipositor short and their wings. The following are among the species recorded: Coccophagus tristis, Zehnt., reared from pupae of Aleurodes bergi on sugar-cane at Gordonvale, Queensland, and new to the Australian fauna; Philo-trypesis javae, sp. n., from fruits of a wild Ficus in Central Java; Anastatus locustae, sp. n., from Locustid eggs in twigs of Coffea robusta in Eastern Java; and Neocatolaccus vandinei, Tucker, infesting Cited by: 7.
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(William Harris), Pages: Entomology The study of insects Dominant groups of animals on earth todaydifferent species live in North America. Insect Classification Hierarchal system of classification Kingdom > Phylum > Class > Order > Family > Genus > Species Kingdom=Animal (Chalcid) (Mosquitoes) (Fire-colored Beetle) Fire-colored beetle Mosquito Moth.
Full text of "Classification of the chalcid flies, or the superfamily Chalcidoidea, with descriptions of new species in the Carnegie museum, collected in South America by Herbert H. Smith" See other formats. Chalcid wasps (/ ˈ k æ l s ɪ d /, from Greek khalkos, meaning 'copper', for their metallic colour) are insects within the superfamily Chalcidoidea, part of the order superfamily contains s known species, and an estimated total diversity of more thanspecies, meaning the vast majority have yet to be discovered and : Insecta.
Psyllaephagus is a genus of chalcid wasps. It was named and circumscribed by William Harris Ashmead in  As of [update], Psyllaephagus contains approximately : Insecta. The taxonomy classification of a house fly, whose scientific name is musca domestica, is as follows: kingdom Animalia, phylum Arthropoda, class Insecta, order Diptera, section Schizophora, family Muscidae, genus Musca, and species Musca domestica.
House flies are the most common flies, and are most often found in temperate regions. Ashmead, William H. (William Harris), Classification of the chalcid flies, or the superfamily Chalcidoidea, with descriptions of new species in the Carnegie museum, collected in South America by Herbert H.
Smith. (Pittsburg: Carnegie institute, ) (page images at HathiTrust). 2 PROCEEDINGSOFTHENATIONALMUSEUM vol CLASSIFICATION SuperfamilyCHALCIDOIDEA FamilyCALLIMOMIDAE SubfamilyCallimominae GenusCALLIMOMESpinola CallimomeSpinOhA, Information on Louse - pictures, articles, classification and more.
Louse, common name for several species of small, wingless insects. Three types of true, or sucking, lice infest humans: the crab louse, a broad, grayish-white insect, about cm (about in) long, usually found in the hairs of the pubic region; and two slender, gray lice, also about cm long: the body louse, usually.
Insect, common name given to any animal of a class belonging to the arthropod phylum. The insects are the largest class in the animal world, outnumbering all other animals. At leastspecies have been described, and entomologists believe that as many or more remain to be discovered.
NO GENERAOFTHEENCYBTLN^—ASHMEAD. CLASSIFICATION. ThesubfamilyEncyrtinie,forconvenieuceandthereadyrecognition ofthegenera,ifuponnoothergrounds. Chalcid fly definition is - a usually minute insect of a large superfamily (Chalcidoidea) of Hymenoptera, a few being gall wasps or seed infesters but most being in their larval state parasitic on the eggs, larvae, or pupae of other insects, some living within and others upon the bodies of their hosts, feeding on their juices and tissues.
A comprehensive historical review of chalcid higher classification was given by Boucek (b). Historically, family classification has been based primarily on external morphology rather than phylogenetic relationships. Because of this, and because of the extreme structural diversity that characterizes the group, there have been a comparatively.
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