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Studies on Palearctic and African Heteroptera

Rauno Linnavuori

Studies on Palearctic and African Heteroptera

by Rauno Linnavuori

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Published by Suomen Hyönteistieteellinen Seura in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa.,
  • Côte d"Ivoire.
    • Subjects:
    • Hemiptera -- Africa.,
    • Hemiptera -- Côte d"Ivoire.,
    • Hemiptera -- Classification.,
    • Insects -- Africa.,
    • Insects -- Côte d"Ivoire.,
    • Insects -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 35.

      StatementRauno Linnavuori.
      SeriesActa entomologica Fennica ;, vol. 30
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL462 .A3 vol. 30, QL522.6.A1 .A3 vol. 30
      The Physical Object
      Pagination35 p. :
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4303332M
      ISBN 109519045005
      LC Control Number78342288

        Most Palearctic migrants stay well north of the equatorial rainforest and arrive in the dry season, when many African species move south into the sub-Sahelian woodlands. Contrarily, in Eastern and Southern Africa the rains start in autumn, but only a few Palearctic species move on to these more humid and densely vegetated zones'. El-Arabany, N., Sorensen, M.C. & Hansson, B. () Inferring the links between breeding and wintering grounds in a Palearctic-African migratory bird, the Great Reed Warbler, using mitochondrial DNA data. African Zoology

      The Palearctic Macrotyluscruciatus (Sahlberg) is the only other species of this genus that has been reported to be associated with Geraniaceae (Kerzhner ), but it feeds on Geranium L., which has worldwide distribution, whereas Pelargonium is native to southern Africa and Australia (van der . First North American records for the Palearctic Orius majusculus (Reuter) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Anthocoridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. A new species of conifer-inhabiting plant bug from Virginia belonging to the Phytocoris junceus group (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae), with one new synonym.

      The bronze bug, Thaumastocoris peregrinus Carpintero & Dellape (Heteroptera: Thaumastocoridae), is an exotic emerging pest in Eucalyptus commercial forests in South America, Africa and southern Europe. Information on the chemical communication system and reproductive ecology of this insect is scant, and it may be relevant for designing management strategies for eucalypt plantations. Buteo Books was founded in by Joyce and Byron Harrell in Vermillion, South Dakota. List number one, on a single sheet of paper, offered some 50 birds books for sale. In the business was purchased by Allen Hale and moved to Virginia.


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