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Summary Eight species of the Coleopterous Anthicidae are actually known in the French West Indies: Mecynotarsus chalumeaui, n. sp., Anthicus tobias Marseul, Sapintus suzelae, n. sp., Sapintus pallidus (Say), Vacusus vicinus (Laferté), Omonadus floralis (L.), Acanthinus trifasciatus (F.) and...
Summary Study on the Staphylinides from Galapagos Islands with description of one new genus and 32 new species.
Summary This work is dedicated to the study of 18 previously unknown taxa: 2 at the generic level and 16 at the species level. Most of them come from an arboreal fauna sample taken in the Manaus region. Several species from other parts of South America are also described.
Summary A subterranean scale insect, Margarodesia desmieri, n. gen. and n. sp., injurious to Palm-oil from Ivory Coast is described. It is characterized by two abdominal spiracles in the cyst stage and in the adult female. They perturb the growth of the Palm trees and can transmit the elemants...
Summary Adults and larvae of Dicrodiplosis manihoti, sp. n. are described and illustrated on the basis of specimens from the Congo Republic and Senegal. Larvae feed as predators in egg masses of the cassava mealybug, Phenacoccus manihoti Matile-Ferrero, on cassava, Manihot esculenta Crantz....
Summary The author describes two new species of Scopaeus from Ivory Coast: Scopaeus fageli, n. sp. and Scopaeus girardi, n. sp.
Summary A thorough study of the genitalia revealed the existence of two dualspecies: A. alciope Hewitson and A. aurivillii Staudinger, valid species. However, no distinct difference was found, neither in the early stages nor at the level of ecological adaptation when the species were bred in...
Summary This work is based on the examination of the almost part of types and published specimens still in existence; several genera and species are described; keys of genera and species are given; some neotypes, lectotypes, holotypes and allotypes are designated; new combinations and synonymies...
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