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|Statement||described by Macquart and Bigot.|
|Series||Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural history) Entomology, v. 25, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||QL461 .B56 vol. 25, no. 6, QL537.T3 .B56 vol. 25, no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251-306 p., plate;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||74865592|
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As in our reports on Asian types of. Disney R.H.L. A key to Australasian and Oriental Woodiphora (Diptera: Phoridae), affinities of the genus and description of a new species.
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basic information on the chemicals used as active components of. The Siriella brevicaudata species group from the West Indo-Pacific, defined and designated by Murano & Fukuoka (), previously contained five nominal this study we describe five new species in the brevicaudata group: S.
bassi sp. nov. from the Bass Strait, southern Australia, S. occulta sp. nov. from the Arabian Gulf, S. muranoi sp. nov. from the coast of Northern Territory Author: Mikhail Daneliya, W.
Wayne Price, Richard W. Heard. Leuckart () ended by dividing Pentastomum into two subgenera: Linguatula and Pentastomum (Hett, ). Stunkard & Gandal's () belief that Pentastomum, as used for the species known by Leuckart (), is a junior synonym of Linguatula, is incorrect, because they were discussing species other than the type material.
Type material was deposited in the National Museum of Natural History, Washington (NMNH) and the Natural History Museum, London (NHM). Addi-tional material of N. parvus sp. nov. was also deposited in NHM. RESULTS F AMILY T ACHIDIIDAE B OECK, G ENUS N EOTACHIDIUS S HEN & T AI, GRAD.
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A.M. Prokofiev. Description of male. A brief discussion of the biology and economic importance is provided as well as a discussion of the distribution patterns of Oriental and Australasian Tabanidae and the northern and western limits of the Oriental region, based on distribution of Tabanidae.
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