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Summary The main difficulties which appear in the breeding of burrowing caterpillars lie in the selection of an artificial laying support which is well accepted by females, the transfer of neonate larvae to the nutrient medium without too many traumatisms and the frequent refusal of these...
Summary Preliminary diagnosis of ten genera and ninety-six new species or subspecies from eastern and australian regions.
Summary In the natural conditions, we observed an annual and systematic drop in the population level of Elatophilus nigricornis Zetterstedt. These weak levels, responsable for the inefficacy of the predator, coincides with the presence of the first larval stage (where it is attached at the base...
Summary The diagnosis of Xenopsylla ramesis and X. cunicularis in their area of common distribution (Morocco) sets problems, for the criterions proposed by Smit (1957) only have a statistical value, and there are overlaps between both species. The position of the apical margin of P(3) (processus...
Summary Description of new (24 species, 4 subspecies) neotropical Saturniidae, mostly inhabitants of the Andes at moderate and high elevations. The new taxa belong to three subfamilies: Satur- niinae, Ceratocampinae, Hemileucinae. Except if otherwise stipulated, the typical specimens come from...
Summary Addition of nine species to the genus Negrea Mateu established en 1968 for a single species, N. scutellaris (Dejean). Four of these species are described in the present paper, the genus being divided into two subgenera: Negrea s. str. and Reichardtia, nov. A dichotomic key is given and...
Summary The present account is an elaboration of the original material of Aphid parasitoids collected by G. Remaudière in Mexico. The breeding of 1400 samples taken in the central states of the Mexican Republic and in Baja California resulted in obtaining of approximately 90 samples including 15...
Summary The genus Mastododéra Thomson is divised in six genera with the exceptional characters in the Cerambycidae: a aedeagus with the trilobate apex and a onychium of males laterally dilated and dentate.
Summary Two new species of Trichogramma ranging to the Nagarkatti and Nagaraja Euproctidis group are described. The first T. pintoi belong to T. euproctidis examined by Nagarkatti, Nagaraja, a species that differ from T. euproctidis Girault. The second, T. brassicae, was obtained from Mamestra...
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