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revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera, Nematocera) of the tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini

Margaret L. Debenham

revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera, Nematocera) of the tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini

by Margaret L. Debenham

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Published by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in East Melbourne, Vic .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMargaret L. Debenham.
SeriesAustralian journal of zoology., no. 28
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 90/06890 (Q)
The Physical Object
Pagination92 p. :
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1929881M
LC Control Number90145034

Listing of forest birds native to, or found in, New Guinea: Australian Hobby / Falcon (Falco longipennis) - Range: Winters in Indonesia and New Guinea. Nankeen or Australian Kestrels (Falco cenchroides) - Range: A common bird of prey found in New Guinea, and nearby islands. Brown Goshawk (Accipiter fasciatus). Long-tailed Honey-buzzard (Henicopernis longicauda) - Range: Papua New Guinea. (). Uses of insects as human food in Papua New Guinea, Australia, and North‐East India: Cross‐cultural considerations and cautious conclusions. Ecology of Food and Nutrition: Vol. 36, Minilivestock, pp.

Moseley HN. Notes on the structures of several forms of land planarians, with a description of two new genera and several new species, and a list of all species at present known. Microscopy Journal 7: Neck RWA. A predatory terrestrial flatworm, Bipalium kewense, in Texas (USA) feral populations and laboratory observations.   The Syrian amber outcrop is situated in the area of Lake Zarzar, Zabadani District, Rif Dimashq Governorate, and 32 km northwest of Damascus, at nearly 1 km distant from the Lebanese border ().The amber at this site resembles the Lower Cretaceous Lebanese material, with some differences in the chemical FTIR spectrum (Azar et al., ).It was found in grey .

Insect sampling and DNA preparation. A total of samples were collected using light trap or sweep net, preserved in 70% ethanol and identified from sites in the Northern Territory (NT), Queensland (QLD), New South Wales (NSW), PNG and TL (Figure 1A) as described by Gopurenko et al. [].Species identification was verified using genetic methods reported in .   Papua New Guinea is one of the most diverse countries in the world, offering not only a variety of cultures but also languages and traditions. It is estimated that there are languages in the country but that’s not all, the country is also home to one of the most amazing and least explored rain forests known as the Papua New Guinea Jungle.


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Get this from a library. A revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera, Nematocera) of the tribes Heteromyiini and. The Australian and New Guinea fauna of the large and striking insectivorous Ceratopoponidae of the tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini is poorly described, until numbering only 11 recorded species belonging to eight genera.

In a revision of the New Gumea fauna added 17 new species. The present paper adds a further 32 species, belonging to nine genera of Cited by: Australian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Series.

Volume 22 Number 28 A revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Nematocera) of the Tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini.

Origin. New Guinea is a large island located north of Australia, and south-east of is part of the Australian Plate, known as Sahul, and once formed part of the supercontinent origin of most New Guinea fauna is closely linked to Australia.

Gondwana began to break up million years ago, and Sahul separated from Antarctica 50 million years ago. DEBENHAM M.L. A revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Nematocera) of the tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini.

Australian Journal of Zoology, Supplementary Series DE MEIJERE J.C.H. Four New Guinea and northern Queensland species of Atrichopogon Kieffer (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) with atypical development of the thoracic setae.

Aust. Entomol. Soc. (31 March) Debenham, M.L. A revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Nematocera) of the tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini.

A revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Nematocera) of the Tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini The Australian and New Guinea fauna of the large and.

REVISION OF THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW GUINEAN SPECIES OF EPIPOMPILUS (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae)1 By Howard E. Evans2 Ten years ago, in this journal, I published a review of the Australian species of Epi­ pompilus, basing my study on 12 specimens representing 7 species.3 Since this was the.

A revision of the Australian and New Guinea predatory Ceratopogonidae (Diptera: Nematocera) of the Tribes Heteromyiini and Sphaeromiini In a revision of the New Gumea fauna added 17 new.

Daniels, G. The Xylomyidae (Diptera) of Australia and Papua New Guinea. Journal of the Australian Entomological Society. Daniels, G. Two new species of Pelecorhynchus Macquart (Diptera Pelecorhynchidae), with the first record of the family from Western Australia. Australian Entomological Magazine.

4: The Australian green tree frog (Ranoidea caerulea), also known as simply green tree frog in Australia, White's tree frog, or dumpy tree frog, is a species of tree frog native to Australia and New Guinea, with introduced populations in the United States and New Zealand, though the latter is believed to have died out.

It is morphologically similar to some other members of its. Common name. Lawes’ Parotia. Scientific name. Parotia lawesii. Etymology. Parotia (Greek, curl of hair by the ear, alluding to plumes on head); lawesii (named for Reverend WG Lawes, British missionary and possible collector).

Description. Sexually dimorphic. Male, 27 cm, female, 25 cm. Adult male entirely jet black except for white stripe from lower forehead across base of upper. 18 Bathurst Walk, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9AZ, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) / Fax: +44 (0) Email: [email protected]@ Paljara tirarense was a small ringtail possum (family Pseudocheiridae) from the early Miocene of South Australia and northwestern Queensland.

Ringtail possums were once much more diverse than they are today, distributed across many now-dry parts of Australia. A revision of the species of Australian and New Guinea shield bugs formerly placed in the genera Poecilometis Dallas and Eumecopus Dallas (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), with description of new species and selection of lectotypes.

- Gross, G.F. Aust. Zool. Suppl. Ser. (description, revision), Fig 2. Guinea fowl will only lay eggs when the condition are just right. They prefer warm and dry conditions, which means in the Australian climate they are likely to lay for longer periods of time. Though Guinea fowl eggs are a good substitute for chicken eggs, they unfortunately only produce less than eggs per year.

A New Species of Rainbowfish (Melanotaeniidae), from western New Guinea (West Papua Province, Indonesia) Gerald R. Allen1 & Renny K. Hadiaty2 Abstract A new species of rainbowfish, Melanotaenia mairasi, is described on the basis of 22 specimens, – mm SL, collected in November at Lake Furnusu in the Bird’s Neck region of.

So, I recently lost $ worth of birds to a very persistent (and well known chicken-loving) fox. I live in the country, but our birds (chickens, ducks, and quail) are kept half a mile away (long story, tough situation). Frankly, all 20 of my 9 week old Wyandottes and 20 8 week old Quail were.

The Australian boobook (Ninox boobook) is a species of owl native to mainland Australia, southern New Guinea, the island of Timor, and the Sunda bed by John Latham init was generally considered to be the same species as the morepork of New Zealand until Its name is derived from its two-tone boo-book call.

Eight subspecies of the Australian. The fauna of Australia consists of a huge variety of animals; some 83% of mammals, 89% of reptiles, 90% of fish and insects and 93% of amphibians that inhabit the continent are endemic to Australia.

This high level of endemism can be attributed to the continent's long geographic isolation, tectonic stability, and the effects of an unusual pattern of climate change on the soil .Evans, J. W. a. Characteristics and relationships of the Penthimiinae and some new genera and new species from New Guinea and Australia, also some new species of Drabescinae from New Guinea and Australia.

Pacif. Ins. – Google Scholar.A revision of the species of Australian and New Guinea shield bugs formerly placed in the genera Poecilometis Dallas and Eumecopus Dallas (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), with description of new species and selection of lectotypes. - Gross, G.F.

(). Aust. J. Zool. Suppl. Ser. (description, revision), Fig 5.