2 edition of Some neotropical genera resembling Epicorsia Hübner found in the catalog.
Some neotropical genera resembling Epicorsia Hübner
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|Statement||by Eugene Munroe.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada ; no. 33, 1964|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 82/1553|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||82191141|
Neotropical region, also called South American region, one of the six major biogeographic areas of the world defined on the basis of its characteristic animal extends south from the Mexican desert into South America as far as the subantarctic zone. It includes such animals as the llama, tapir, deer, pig, jaguar, puma, a variety of opossums, many rodents and fishes, and extremely rich. Three new genera and 14 new species in 9 genera in the tribe Coelidiini are described and illustrated. Revised keys to males of species in several genera are also given. New genera include: Pygmaelidia, type-species Pygmaelidia bullata, n. sp.; Gracilidia, type-species Gracilidia gracilis, n. sp.; Fistulidia, type-species Fistulidia simplex, n. sp. Additional new species include the following.
Links and downloads Instructions for authors (Download pdf, kB) For authors Submission guidelines Ethics & disclosures Contact the journal Submit manuscript. Tanaophysa (Spilomelini); includes all spp. superficially similar to Epicorsia (reviscd by Munroe, ) except for mancalis group of Loxostege, which is being revised by Capps. Keys to genera & spp.; figure.; of adults & genitalia. [Po B.].
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