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Summary There are 131 species of Scarabaeidae s. str., mostly coprophagous, at Lamto. It is possible to split them into grass savanna, tree savanna and forest communities, and each of these into guilds. The community richest in species and individuals is that of the grass savanna. Its rain...
Summary To define the mechanisms which occur in the different behavioural sequences of courtship and copulation, we have observed spontaneous and artificial pairings, using various « dummies ». The first « approaching phase », performed by the male, is induced by visual stimuli which have been...
Résumé Hyparpalus holosericeus Dejean, un des Carabiques les plus largement répandu et abondamment récolté en Afrique tropicale, appartient à un groupe d'espèces très voisines et jusqu'alors méconnues. Sept d'entre elles sont décrites. Une carte de la répartition de H. holosericeus est dressée...
Summary (*) Our contribution XIII is devoted to the biotaxonomic study of the Blaesoxypha grylloctona Loew 1861 in the sense of Villeneuve 1911. The difficulties we have met in this investigation have led us to improve the conception and application of the experimental method of rearing these...
Abstract A list of chromosome numbers of neotropical Acridoidea as well as complementary information on chromosome morphology, sex mechanisms and ocurrence of polymorphisms, together with the correspondent bibliography, are provided. New informations on nearly two hundred species are also added....
Summary Inside a rather opaque amber of the Middle Cretaceous of NW-France one of the oldest terrestrial taphozoenoses of arthropods was found, the included insects being partially converted into pyrite. Accordingly it was possible to make high resolution radiographs and to determine some...
Summary The entomofauna found in Ramesès II mummy proved to be rather poor inasmuch as the vegetal stuffing or pieces of linen which fill its abdominal cavity and retain the arthropods remains, has almost disappeared. The insects include three species of Coleoptera, Dermestesfrischi Kug.,...
Summary Description of fourteen new species of madagascan Nolidae.
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