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A Synopsis of Described Neotropical Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea: Coleophoridae)

by David Adamski

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Published by Entomological Society of Amer .
Written in English

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  • Reference,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11511986M
    ISBN 100938522973
    ISBN 109780938522973

    Get this from a library! A review of African Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera:Gelechioidea:Coleophoridae), with new taxa reared from native fruits in Kenya. [David Adamski;] -- Twenty-five species of African Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Coleophoridae) are reviewed; 12 species are redescribed, and 13 species are described as new. Rearing of Lepidoptera ancillary to sampling. Neotropical region, also called South American region, one of the six major biogeographic areas of the world defined on the basis of its characteristic animal extends south from the Mexican desert into South America as far as the subantarctic zone. It includes such animals as the llama, tapir, deer, pig, jaguar, puma, a variety of opossums, many rodents and fishes, and extremely rich.

    Neotropical definition is - of, relating to, or constituting the tropical New World biogeographic region that extends south, east, and west from the central plateau of Mexico. Author: Adamski D, Journal: Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington[/04].

    With chapters on the Amazon and Caribbean forests, the Atlantic rainforests, the Andes, the Cerrado savannahs, the Caatinga drylands, the Chaco, and Mesoamerica – along with broad taxonomic coverage – this book summarizes a wide range of hypotheses, views, and methods concerning the processes and mechanisms of neotropical diversification. The Blastobasini are one of two clades within Blastobasinae, and Blastobasis remains the basal lineage in the Blastobasini (Adamski and Brown, ). There are 34 species of Blastobasis (described and undescribed species) that occur in North America north of Mexico, and there are many more species represented in the Neotropics.


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A Synopsis of Described Neotropical Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea: Coleophoridae) by David Adamski Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Synopsis of Described Neotropical Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea; Coleophoridae) Taxonomic data and morphological descriptions are provided for all described species of Neotropical Blastobasinae. Photographs of images, illustrations of male and female genitalia, and keys are presented for the first time.

Synopsis of described Neotropical Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera--Gelechioidea--Coleophoridae). Lanham, Md.: Entomological Society of America, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Adamski.

The Blastobasidae are a family of moths in the superfamily species can be found almost anywhere in the world, though in some places they are not native but introduced by humans. In some arrangements, these moths are included in the case-bearer family (Coleophoridae) as subfamily Symmocidae are sometimes included in the Blastobasidae (particularly if both are.

Adamski, D. & R.W. Hodges, An annotated list of North American Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea: Coleophoridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 98 (4):.

Adamski, D. A synopsis of described neotropical Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea; Coleophoridae).Entomological Society of America, Lanham, Maryland (Thomas Say. Request PDF | OnWolfram Mey and others published Adamski, D.

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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more DOI: This is the second contibution on neotropical polypores, covering genera Abortiporus to Nigroporus.

It follows on part one published incontinuining the pagination from that volume. Species are described in a standardized manner thus making it easy to compare different species and also to find pertinent information about them.

Adamski, D. A synopsis of described Neotropical Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera--Gelechioidea--Coleophoridae). Thomas Say Monographs. Adamski, D. & Hodges, R.W. An annotated list of North American Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea: Coleophoridae).

Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 98(4): – full. Synopsis definition, a brief or condensed statement giving a general view of some subject.

See more. The approximately Neotropical species are distributed in 52 genera, but only species have eggs, larvae, or pupae described (Table ). The numbers for the known genera are even worse: only eight genera have their eggs described, 11 have their larva identified, and 23 genera have their pupa described.

However, the immatures of About this book. 21 neotropical species of Amauroderma, 20 of Ganoderma, 1 of Haddowia, 1 of Aurificaria, 9 of Coltricia, 3 of Cyclomyces, 25 of Inonotus, 60 of Phellinus and 6 of Phylloporia are described and in parts illustrated.

Keys to genera and species are provided. The following species are described as new: Amauroderma deviatum Ryvarden, Amauroderma elegantissimum Ryvarden &.

The synopsis includes keys to adults of both sexes, diagnoses, biological notes, distribution maps and more than diagnostic illustrations. Rhionaeschna demarmelsi sp. is described, R. maita Förster is considered a junior synonym of R. brevifrons (Hagen), R. peralta(Ris) is considered a valid.

Some of you might consider taking one of the books discussed below into the field with you, but most will find them to be too large, instead serving as references in preparation of your trip.

Neotropical birders’ library Birds of Northern South America, by Robin Restall, Clemencia Rodner & Miguel Lentino & Robert S. Williams. 1 Issue 3 19 December ISSN X I.N. G.A. Newsletter of the International Network of Gelechioid Aficionados I.N.G.A. 3 - D ear Readers, The editorial members are thankful to you for your readership and support of the.

David Adamski is an American entomologist working as a research associate at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History and a support scientist in the Systematic Entomology Laboratory (SEL), United States Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C.

He obtained a PhD degree from the Mississippi State University, Department of Entomology in after defending a. China. Princeton Asia (Beijing) Consulting Co., Ltd. UnitNUO Centre 2A Jiangtai Road, Chaoyang District BeijingP.R. China Phone: +86 10 Stokes Butterfly Book: The Complete Guide to Butterfly Gardening, Identification, and Behavior by Donald Stokes; Synopsis of Described Neotropical Blastobasinae (Lepidoptera: Gelechioidea: Coleophoridae) by David Adamski; Systematics of the Megadiverse Superfamily Gelechioidea (Insecta: Lepidoptera) by Sibyl Rae Bucheli.

The goal of the project is to provide a foundation work on the Neotropical Lepidoptera, illustrated to the extent possible and encompassing a detailed text covering the basic data known for each described species (original citation, synonymy, diagnosis, range, flight per­ iod and hosts).

Studies from the Neotropical region that explicitly compare hunting characteristics associated with native versus non-native cultural backgrounds are few. One study available is the analysis by Jerozolimski and Peres on game harvests from 31 settlements across Neotropical forests.

Their results indicate that colonist and indigenous communities.The Handbook of the Birds of the World is the first work ever to illustrate and deal in detail with all the living species of birds, and also the first work to verbally and visually portray each member of an entire Class of the Animal Kingdom.The Blastobasidae are members of the Superfamily Gelechioidea.

Blastobasids occur worldwide, but are most diverse in North and South America, with more than described species and possibly five to 10 times that many yet to be studied.

Blastobasids are small, nocturnal moths with narrow wings.