2 edition of Heteroptera of Yakutia found in the catalog.
Heteroptera of Yakutia
NikolaiМ† Nikolaevich Vinokurov
|Series||Opredeliteli po Faune SSSR =, Keys to the fauna of the USSR ;, no. 123, Opredeliteli po faune SSSR., no. 123.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|LC Classifications||QL522.5.R8 V5613 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 328 p. :|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||91123883|
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Following a general section on the morphology, biology, economic importance and study methods of the Heteroptera of central Yakutia, Siberia, keys are provided to 20 families and to the genera and species of these families.
Some of the species are illustrated. Heteroptera of Yakutia book Indexes are Cited by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vinokurov, Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich. Heteroptera of Yakutia.
New Delhi: Amerind Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Nine species of bugs (Orius horvathi, Lygus pratensis, Oncotylus punctipes, Plesiodema pinetella, Acalypta platycheila, Stephanitis oberti, Tingis cardui, Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale and Pentatoma rufipes) are recorded from Yakutia for the first time and new data on distribution of 16 rare species in southern part of Yakutia are by: 2.
Eight native Australian insect species were mentioned and illustrated in the book of by W.F. Kirby entitled: Elementary Text-book of Entomology. fauna–steppe–central Yakutia–Siberia.
Abstract. Data on the taxonomic composition of water bugs (Heteroptera: Nepomorpha, Gerromorpha) in the northeast of European Russia are given. A total of 34 water-bug species, which belong to 16 genera and 8 families, are by: 3.
«On synonymy and distribution of Trapezonotus dispar Stal, and T. desertus Seidenstuecker, (Heteroptera, Lygaeidae)» Vasiliy V. Sivtsev (Russia) «On the similarity between the leafhopper faunas (Homoptera, Auchenorrhyncha) of Yakutia and the Northern part of.
Hemiptera (Heteroptera) in South-East Kazakhstan. In: Fauna and biology of insects of Kazakhstan. Publishing House Science, Almaty, Kazakh SSR (In Russian), review of the genus salignus kelton and a character discussion of related genera (heteroptera: miridae: mirinae) - volume issue 4 - michael d.
A total of 54 species from 18 genera, 14 tribes, 14 subfamilies, and 5 families are revealed. The family Ochodaeidae Mulsant & Rey,the genus Codocera Eschscholtz,and six species, namely Codocera ferruginea (Eschscholtz, ), Aegialia friebi Balthasar,A.
kamtschatica. New records of plant bug species of the subfamilies Orthotylinae and Phylinae are given for selected regions of European Russia based on the extensive collections of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St.
Petersburg). The locality data and general distribution are presented for all the 97 species included in the list. The first North American records for Deraeocoris punctulatus (Fallén), Labopidea artemisiae (Sahlberg), and Labopidea bermani Kerzhner indicate that the species are naturally Holarctic.
Lygus rugulipennis Poppius is now considered naturally Holarctic after specimens of Lygus perplexus Stanger from Alaska, Yukon Territory, and Northwest Territories are correctly identified as L.
Vinokurov N.N. & Kanyukova E.V. () Conspect of the fauna of Heteroptera of Siberia: contribution to the Catalogue of Palaearctic Heteroptera.
Yakutia Scientific Center, Yakutsk. 62 pp. (in Russian with English summary). illustrations of the parameres of S. distinguendus in his book on the fauna of Yakutia, Russia; however, he based them on illustrations of Alaskan bugs (Kelton ~).
PDF | On Jul 1,Tsai and others published Case Elasmostethus dorsalis Jakovlev, (currently Elasmucha dorsalis ; Insecta, Heteroptera): proposed precedence over Acanthosoma vicinum. The water-bug fauna (Heteroptera: Nepomorpha, Gerromorpha) of the Northwestern Caucasus includes 46 species of 11 families (Prokin et al., Prokin et al., ), among which the family.
Catalogue of the Heteroptera of the Palaearctic Region edited by Berend Aukema & Christian Rieger Gerromorpha, both from a palaentological and a neontological viewpoint, and received a doctoral degree in on his book “The Semiaquatic Bugs (Hemiptera, Gerromorpha).
Phylogeny, Adaptations, Biogeography and Classification”. Basal turtle material from the Lower Cretaceous of Yakutia (Russia) filling the gap in the Asian record Pavel P.
Skutschas, Valentina D. Markova, Veniamin V. Vinokurov N.N. [New records of Heteroptera from the South of the Russian Far East] // Russian Entomol. Vol No – [in Russian, with English summary], PDF. Golub V.B. [Two new species of lace bugs of the genus Tingis F.
from Transcaucasia and Middle Asia (Heteroptera: Tingidae] // Russian Entomol. Variation of the Spermatheca Structure in Two Species of the Genus Palomena Mulsant et Rey, (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae) E.
Belousova Pages OriginalPaper. Central Europe - Wachmann et al. (, ) completed their illustrated series of books on the Heteroptera of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Europe - Rabitsch (, ) reviewed the introduced Heteroptera fauna of Europe. China - L.Y. Zheng et al.
(b) provided a monograph of the Chinese Mirinae fauna. A new genus and species of cimicomorphan bug, Aphrastomedes anthocoroides Yamada and Yamamoto, gen. and sp. nov., is described and illustrated based on two specimens preserved in Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) amber from the Hukawng Valley of northern Myanmar (Burma).
This remarkable cimicomorphan species is tentatively assigned to the family Velocipedidae primarily on the .OriginalPaper. A synopsis of gall midges associated with conifers, with description of a new species of the genus Kaltenbachiola Hedicke (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae: Lasiopterinae) from Yakutia, damaging cones of the Siberian spruce (Picea obovata).[New data on the fauna of the Heteroptera of Tuva and the south of the Krasnoyarskii Krai, Russia] // Euroasian Entomological Journal.
Vol No – [in Russian, with English summary], PDF.