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family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera)

Soo Seong Lee

family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera)

a reappraisal based on the discovery of new oriental and Pacific species

by Soo Seong Lee

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Published by Entomology Dept., Bernice P. Bishop Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pseudocaeciliidae -- Classification.,
  • Psocoptera -- Classification.,
  • Insects -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S.S. Lee and Ian W.B. Thornton.
    SeriesPacific insects monograph ;, 16
    ContributionsThornton, I. W. B. joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL461 .P218 no. 16, QL515.2.P73 .P218 no. 16
    The Physical Object
    Pagination116 p. :
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3135875M
    LC Control Number82462913

    Tree book and bark lice. suborder Psocomorpha. infraorder Caeciliusetae. superfamily Asiopsocoidea. family Pseudocaeciliidae. family Trichopsocidae. family Archipsocidae Enderlein, family Calopsocidae Pearman. Define family Cimicidae. family Cimicidae synonyms, family Cimicidae pronunciation, family Cimicidae translation, English dictionary definition of family Cimicidae. family Cimicidae; family Cinclidae; family circle; family Cistaceae; family Cladoniaceae; family Clathraceae; family Clavariaceae; family Cleridae; family Clethraceae;.

    Family Ciidae key to British Family Ciidae key to British Sign In. Page 1 of Other articles where Cathartidae is discussed: vulture: New World vultures: The turkey vulture (Cathartes aura) is the most widespread New World vulture, breeding from Canada southward to the southern tip of South America. Northern populations are migratory. They are small brownish black vultures with red heads as adults (dark gray as juveniles).

      Pseudococcidae. Taxonomic placing: Insecta, Hemimetabola, Hemiptera, Sternorrhyncha, Coccomorpha, Coccoidea.. Common name: Mealybugs.. Geographical distribution: family consists of over 2, named species assigned to genera. Morphology: The elongated body of the female is fused, without clear separation between . Caeciliidae is the family of common are found in Central and South America, equatorial Africa and India. Like other caecilians, they look like worms or snakes.. Although they are the most diverse of the caecilian families, the caeciliids do have a number of features in common that make them different from other caecilians. In particular, their skulls have few : Amphibia.


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Family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera) by Soo Seong Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera): a reappraisal based on the discovery of new oriental and Pacific species. [Soo Seong Lee; I W B Thornton].

Pseudocaecilius is a genus of false lizard barklice in the family are more than 50 described species in Pseudocaecilius. Species. These 53 species belong to the genus Pseudocaecilius:Class: Insecta. Introduction. The family Pseudocaeciliidae contains about species in 23 genera distributed worldwide, with highest diversity in Asia.

Two species are known from North America in the genus: Pseudocaecilius citricola from Florida and Texas, and P. tahitiensis from Florida and several regions of Mexico. These are medium-sized bark lice ( mm, nymphs up to 3 mm). A family of psocids (order Psocoptera).

See also, BARK-LICE, BOOK-LICE, OR PSOCIDS. A family of psocids (order Psocoptera). Bark-Lice, Book-Lice, or Psocids. Full text of "A review of the Psocids, or book-lice and bark-lice, of Texas (Psocoptera)" See other formats November (3 MOCKFORD AND GURNEY: REVIEW OF PSOCIDS ENTOMOLOGY.

— A review of family Pseudocaeciliidae book psocids, or book-lice and bark-lice, of Texas {Psocoptera). 1 Edward L. Mockford, University of Illinois, and Ashley B. Gurney, U. Department of. The Psocoptera are a group of small soft, stout bodied insects which include Book Lice Liposcelis sp.

which feed on the paste and bindings of old books as well as on the fungi which invades the pages, they will also feed on museum specimens if given the chance. There are around 2 in the world and 68 in Britain. Members of the family often have a reticulate venation and coriaceous wings, and a head with a sharp vertex.

Calopsocidae are especially diverse in New Guinea. This family is closely related to : Insecta. Define family Pseudococcidae. family Pseudococcidae synonyms, family Pseudococcidae pronunciation, family Pseudococcidae translation, English dictionary definition of family Pseudococcidae.

family Pseudococcidae; family Pseudomonodaceae; family Psilophytaceae; family Psilotaceae; family Psittacidae; family Psocidae; family Psophiidae. The family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera)-a reappraisal based on the discovery of new Oriental and Pacific species. Paczfi Inreclr Monograph East.

Pseudocaeciliidae. From Wikispecies. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Austropsocus viridis. Contents. I.W.B. The family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera) - a reappraisal based on the discovery of new Oriental and Pacific species. Pacific insects monograph Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here.

Other articles where Caeciliidae is discussed: Gymnophiona: Annotated classification: Family Caeciliidae Paleocene (– million years ago) to present; tail absent; mouth recessed; premaxillae fused with nasals; prefrontals absent; squamosal articulating with frontal; usually no aquatic larval stage; 2 genera, 42 species; adult size 10– cm (4–60 inches); South and.

Family Pseudocaeciliidae. Pseudocaecilus citricola False Lizard Barklice. On Decemthis mm long barklouse was living in leaf litter beneath a citrus tree, growing in the northeast hammock of the Smith Preserve.

The litter was collected and the specimen was isolated from the litter with a Berlese funnel. Rather, it reflects the current content of FishBase, and the progress with respect to synchronization with the Catalog of Fishes.

However, we think it can be useful for users to assess the quality of information in FishBase, to start new work on. The family Loricariidae covers a vast number of the so-called “Sucker mouthed Catfish”, which also includes those catfish generally classified or referred to as “Plecs”. The catfish that belong to this family can be found widespread throughout South America.

» Bark lice, book lice and true lice» Creatures» Cellular organisms» Eukaryotes» Opisthokonts» Animals» Bilateria» Protostomes» Ecdysozoans» Panarthropoda» Arthropods» Pancrustacea» Hexapods» Insects» Winged insects» Neoptera» Paraneoptera» Bark lice, book lice and true lice» Psocomorpha «.

The Caecidae is a family of unusual shells that at first sight look as if they should be placed with the worm shells in Vermetidae, or even with the tusk shells in the class Scaphopoda. But structure of the animals show that they are most closely related to the Vitrinellide.

There are two subfamilies. In the Caecinae the adult shells are simple. [Show full abstract] to Japanese genera of the family are provided. This paper is the final part of the study of the Japanese Pseudocaeciliidae. This paper is the final part of the study of the.

Family Macropodidae [ma crO pod' uh dE] the second-largest family of marsupials, with 11 genera and at least 54 species, including kangaroos, wallaroos, and wallabies.

Description. Macropod is the Greek word for "long foot," which is appropriate for this family since most kangaroos and their cousins are distinguished by their powerful back legs. Psocoptera are an order of insects that are commonly known as booklice, barklice or barkflies.

They first appeared in the Permian period, – million years ago. They are often regarded as the most primitive of the hemipteroids. Their name originates from the Greek word ψῶχος, psokhos meaning gnawed or rubbed and πτερά, ptera meaning wings.

Class: Insecta. Lee, S.S. and Thornton, I.W.B. (). The family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera) – a reappraisal based on the discovery of new Oriental and Pacific species. Pacific Insects Monogra 1– Thornton, I.W.B. (). The measurement of isolation on archipelagos, and its relation to insular faunal size and endemism.

Evolu­tion 21(4), Family: Pseudococcidae (mealybugs) Publications. Citrus Mealybug Planococcus citri (Risso) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) Coconut Mealybug Nipaecoccus nipae (Maskell) (Insecta: Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae).Canidae is a family of carnivorous and omnivorous mammals of the order s that belong to the family Canidae are called family Canidae is divided into two tribes: Vulpini ("true foxes"), and Canini ("true dogs").

Canids of Class: Mammalia.