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Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae

Richard E. Blackwelder

Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae

by Richard E. Blackwelder

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Published by Smithsonian institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Staphylinidae.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard E. Blackwelder.
    SeriesSmithsonian Institution. Smithsonian miscellaneous collections,, v. 94, no. 13, Smithsonian miscellaneous collections ;, v. 94, no. 13.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .S7 vol. 94, no. 13
    The Physical Object
    Pagination102 p.
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6343519M
    LC Control Number36026130
    OCLC/WorldCa919625

    It was forwarded from Barbados, and sent by a sloop. It contained letters from Wetmore, EB, the MacCoy's, etc., and also ten copies of my thesis. Wetmore's letter contained the news that A. N. Caudell had died suddenly. It also gave the publication date of the "Morphology of the Coleopterous Family Staphylinidae" as March 2, Carl von Linne, the creator of the binomial system of nomenclature, erected the genus Staphylinus in in his book Systema naturae, X. I, page He placed around twenty species into this genus, most of which are today placed in other genera in family Staphylinidae.".

    Staphylinidae are primarily predators but are not discriminatory feeders, they have been seen scavenging and consuming detritus (3). Food Web Roles: Terrestrial predation is an important means of exporting nutrients into riparian vegetation from the water column (3). Nematodes are an important food source for Staphylinidae larva (2). Introduction. The tribe Xantholinini is a large rove beetle group of more than 75 genera and was considered currently by most taxonomists as one of the six tribe level taxa in the subfamily Staphylininae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) (Newton et al , Assing , Herman , Zhou ).The genus Metolinus is one of those genus-level taxa belonging to the tribe by: 2.

      Rove beetles (family Staphylinidae) constitute one of the largest groups of beetles, with at le described species distributed worldwide (Grebennikov and Newton ).In this family, only members of the genus Paederus have vesicant properties that cause dermatitis linearis on human's us fuscipes Curtis (Coleoptera: Staphylininae) is slender and Cited by: Rove Beetles of Florida, Staphylinidae (Insecta: Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) 2 Earwigs (Order Dermaptera) are often confused by non-entomologists with rove beetles, but have moveable forceps at the end of the abdomen, many-segmented antennae, a radial wing-folding mechanism, and numerous other Size: 4MB.


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Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae by Richard E. Blackwelder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blackwelder, Richard E. Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae. Washington [D.C.]: Smithsonian Institution.

Blackwelder R () Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae. Smith misc coll – Google Scholar Bordoni A () Xantholinini della Regione Orientale (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae).Cited by: 1. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae. Vol Page 1 If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and. The rove beetles are a family (Staphylinidae) of beetles, primarily distinguished by their short elytra (wing covers) that typically leave more than half of their abdominal segments exposed.

With roug species in thousands of genera, the group is currently recognized as the largest extant family of organisms. It is an ancient group, with fossilized rove beetles known from the Class: Insecta.

Blackwelder RE. Morphology of the Coleopterous Family Staphylinidae. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections Cheng L, Frank JH. Marine insects and their reproduction. Oceanography and Marine Biology Annual Review Dettner K. Chemosystematics and evolution of beetle chemical defenses. Morphology of the Coleopterous Family Staphylinidae.

Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 94(13): Doctoral Thesis Stanford University advised by Gordon Floyd Ferris and Robert Evans Snodgrass; with Ruth Blackwelder, Fourth supplement – (inclusive) to the Leng catalogue of Coleoptera of America, north of Mexico.

The family Staphylinidae sensu latissimo becomes the largest in Coleoptera and in the whole of the Animal Kingdom, w described species (extant plus extinct), thus surpassing.

The family Salpingidae, or narrow-waisted bark Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae book, is a low-dispersion group that is distributed mostly in the world's temperate zones; to date most records have been from Australia.

FAMILY Staphylinidae At present, more species of beetles are known than of any other insect order. As now constituted, Staphylinidae are the largest family of beetles, with o species known worldwide and probably over 75% of tropical species still undescribed.

It is the largest family in the British Isles andFile Size: KB. Biology, Morphology, and Systematics of the Ant-Like Litter Beetle Genera of Australia (Coleoptera:Staphylinidae:Pselaphinae) (MEMOIRS ON ENTOMOLOGY) [Donald S.

Chandler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Richard Blackwelder was born on Janu His doctoral research was performed at Stanford University, California. That research produced a () monograph “Morphology of the coleopterous family Staphylinidae” in which he acknowledges the help of his advisor, G.F.

Ferris, and of R.E. Snodgrass. Morphology & Habits of Coleoptera The Coleoptera contain the largest number of insect species, with overor over 40 percent of all known insects.

Their habitats include ground litter, underneath rocks, in logs, etc. They are adapted to almost any environment on earth except the ocean and polar ice caps.

Rove beetles inhabit moist environments throughout the world. Though the family Staphylinidae numbers well o species worldwide, we still know relatively little about rove beetles.

The classification of rove beetles and related groups is ever-changing, and some entomologists estimate that Staphylinids may eventually number well over. A review of the genus Leucitus Fauvel (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) (Opuscula zoologica) [Last, Horace] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A review of the genus Leucitus Fauvel (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) (Opuscula zoologica)Author: Horace Last. Staphylinidae[‚stafə′linə‚dē] (invertebrate zoology) The rove beetles, a very large family of coleopteran insects in the superfamily Staphylinoidea. Staphylinidae (rove beetles), a family of beetles.

The body is usually narrow and elongated, measuring to 40 mm in length. The elytra are short and do not cover the last 3–5 abdominal. COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

This bibliography of publications from to concerning the taxonomy, developmental stages, and ecology of the beetle family Staphylinidae of America north of Mexico includes references to works dealing with the original generic, subgeneric, and specific descriptions.

Full titles of works are given as they appear on the title pages preceding authors’ names. The endophallic structure of the genus Laius is studied and discussed based on the examination of 19 species from Asia to the Indian Ocean. The structure contains two primary sclerites (named gonoporal piece and ligula), a secondary sclerite on the basal part of the gonoporal piece (named additional sclerite) in some species, and a membranous basal area closely covered with many.

different fields of research, including morphology, systematics, sexual selection, and evolution. In this paper, the wide variation of the structures and terminology of the internal sac of the Scarabaeinae dung beetles is presented and discussed. The genital segment, the aedeagus, the internal sac, and its internal structures are described in.

Addeddate Identifier biostor Identifier-ark ark://tz Journal Opuscula Zoologica (Muenchen) Ocr ABBYY FineReader. The family Staphylinidae is one of the largest beetle families and is distributed worldwide in almost all types of ecosystems. The morpho-ecological characteristics of staphylinid beetle adults and developmental stages are summarized, and features pertaining to their potential use as bioindicators are by: Biology, Morphology, and Systematics of the Ant-like Litter Beetle Genera of Australia (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Pselaphinae) by Chandler, D.s.

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