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Summary This is the first part of a study on the Coleoptera Colydiidae of the neotropical fauna. A key of the genera of the tribe Colydiini is given; then, a study of the genus Aulonium. Description of seven new species: A. minutum and A. guyanense from French Guyana, A. vicinum from Bolivia, A....
Summary The fecundity of fertilised females of Acanthoscelides obtectus is higher in presence of Phaseolus vulgaris pods than in presence of bean seeds. Results are more homogeneous when females are in presence of pods. However, some eggs are laid outside the pods. On average, pods offer a more...
Summary Two new subgenera of Platydracus are proposed: Tropoplatydracus and Paraplatydracus. The genera Erichsonellus Bernhauer & Schubert, and Paragastrisus Bernhauer are compared among themselves and their validity proved. Lastly the following 21 african Staphylinini are described as new:...
Summary Observations have been made in Ivory Coast on the biology of two species of Drepanocerus: D. laticollis and D. sulcicollis. It was possible to breed them, and a description of larval morphology is given.
Summary Taxonomic revision of the genus Liparochrus, an endemic group of Australia and Melanesia. Keys are provided for the various subgenera (of which 2 are described as new), species-group and species. A few notes are given on the very sketchy biology of the genus. The author describes as new...
Summary The selection by phytophagous insects of host plants which have a certain botanical relationship (botanical instinct) may be dependent on the presence or the absence of specific chemical compounds (glucosides, alcaloids, terpenes, etc.) known today as « allelochemical compounds ». Not...
Summary Female Chrysopa perla needs a diet containing protein, during the preoviposition stage after the emergence of the imago, for normal development of the oocytes. During the first three days ovarian growth is exponential (V = VoKt). For an optimal diet and selected climatic conditions the...
Summary The present work deals with the subfamily Lamiinae, while a first publication (1) was the enumeration of Parandrinae, Prioninae and Cerambycinae. Eleven of the seventeen species mentioned are cited for the first time, with certainty, from Dominica.
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