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SUMMARY Specificity of the parasitism of Aphids by Entomophthorales Original methods used for isolating Entomophthora strains from Aphids and for infecting Insects with conidia produced on artificial medium are described. Entomophthora species held as exclusive parasite of Dipterous can kill...
SUMMARY A. S. Balachowsky: The mission of National Museum of Natural History of Paris in French Guiana The National Museum of Natural History of Paris organized an entomological expedition in French Guiana (October-December 1969). General information concerning the aim, itinerary, type of...
SUMMARY C. Lemaire: Saturniidae (Lepidoptera) collected in French Guiana by the National Museum of Natural History Expedition Enumeration of 31 species of Saturniidae collected in French Guiana, 9 of wich are cited for the first time from this territory.
SUMMARY A. Bournier: Thysanoptera collected in French Guiana by the National Museum of Natural History Expedition Two species of peculiar interest are mentionned: Sedulothrips brevispinosus Moulton certainly predacious, second specimen collected in the world.
SUMMARY K. A. Schedl: Scolytidae and Platypodidae (Coleoptera) collected in French Guiana by the National Museum of Natural History Expedition In the collection are represented 20 specimens of Scolytidae, 61 specimens of Platypodidae. The Scolytidae include 8 species, the Platypodidae 11...
SUMMARY A. Descarpentries: Buprestidae (Coleoptera) collected in French Guiana by the National Museum of Natural History Expedition Among the three species mentionned, one is described as new: Leiopleura balachowskyi, n. sp.
SUMMARY Cl. Caussanel: Main eco-physiological requirements of Labidura riparia The Dermaptere, Labidura riparia, has been studied in various habitats, i-e, on sea shores and river-sides of the France. In this study we distinguish three morphologically different types which live in different...
SUMMARY M. Descamps: Revision of the Pseudomasta inae [Orth. Eusmastacidae] The monogenic subfamily Pseudomastacinae Rehn and Grant 1958, contained until now 10 species, distributed in the South West of the Amazon basin. One species is synonymised: P. facialis (Saussure 1903) = P. collaris...
Résumé L'extrémité abdominale des larves d'Anisoptères porte trois épines caudales qui entourent et ferment l'anus. Ces épines, à trois faces, sont particulièrement bien développées chez les Aeschnidae. On les trouve dans les deux sexes et elles sont généralement écartées. Leur fonction était...
SUMMARY R. M. Quentin & A. Villiers: Revision of the Megacoelini [Col. Cerambycidae Cerambycinae] This revision of the tribe Megacoelini Quentin & Villiers includes comparative redescriptions of Megacoelus and Aphelogaster species, the description of two new forms and a key species.
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