Berliner entomologische Zeitschrift, Band 31

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In Commission der Nicolai'schen Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1887
 

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Seite 19 - Again closely related and almost indistinguishable imagos, species of the same genus differ in their oviposition (size and number of eggs) and their larvae follow a different law of development (as to the degree of maturity the larvae reach within the body of the mother, the number of stages of development it passes through).
Seite 17 - Berl. Entom. Zeitsch., xxxi, 163-242, 1887. Rhamphidia albitarsis n. sp., from Porto Rico. Biologia Centrali-Americana. Vol. i. Cecidomyidae-Empidas. 216 pp., 3 col. plates. 128 pp. in 1886, the remainder in 1887. Many new species, and a few genera. On Mr. Portschinsky's publications on the larvae of Muscidae, including a detailed abstract of his last paper, "Comparative biology of the necrophagous and coprophagous larvae.
Seite 146 - Deutschlands und der Schweiz. Nebst Angabe der Flugzeit, der Nährpflanzen und der Entwicklungszeit der Raupen.
Seite 217 - ... great crossvein is at the bifurcation of that posterior branch, and thus a little beyond the middle of the discal cell. The genitals of the male are very large and club-shaped, resembling those of a Tipula more than those of a Limnophila. The following is the description of the forceps of P.
Seite 85 - Flieg nach Osten, flieg nach Westen. Flieg nach Süden, flieg nach Norden, Wohin du fliegst, da wohnt der Liebste, Flieg heim zu deinen Brüdern, So kriegst du neue Kleider. In Schottland scheint derselbe Glaube zu herschen, oder herschend gewesen zu sein. Man ruft hier die coccinella an: King, king Golloway up your wings and fly away, over land and over sea, teil me, where my love can be').
Seite 216 - Antennae, when bent backward, nearly reach the root of the wings; the joints of the scapus have the usual structure; the flagellum is not perceptibly stouter at the base than at the end ; the joints have that subcylindrical shape, attenuated at the point of insertion and verticil-bearing about the middle, which is quite common among the Limnophilina; they gradually decrease in length toward the end and become more oval; verticils short; front moderately broad. Vertex but moderately convex. The legs...
Seite 216 - ... thus entirely invisible from above. I have three more species of Limnophila, which seem peculiar to California, but only in single specimens. For this reason, I abstain from describing them. PHYLLOLABIS nov. gen. Two submarginal cells; four posterior cells; discal cell closed; subcostal cross- vein a very short distance before the tip of the auxiliary vein, which is immediately before the stigma ; no marginal cross-vein ; first submarginal cell about half as long as the second, its slightly arcuated...
Seite 50 - H., Note sur le genre Eugaster, Orthoptère de la famille des Locustiens, qui habite le sud des possessions françaises dans le nord de l'Afrique, in : Ann. Soc. Ent. France. 4. Sér. T. 1. 1861. p. 213—218. Remarques sur l'Engaster Servillei, Orthoptère sauteur de lafam.
Seite 88 - Die Urner Geistlichkeit wandte sich 1492 gegen die Engerlinge an den Constanzer Bischof und 1557 wurde ein Process gegen die grUncn Fliegen und Stechbremsen anhängig gemacht.

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