Australian Beetles Volume 2

Journal of the Australian Entomological Society 17, 159–161. doi:10.1111/j.1440-6055.1978.tb02225.x Endrödi S (1985) The Dynastinae of the World. W. Junk, Dordrecht. Erichson WF (1842) Beitrag zur Insecten-fauna von Vandiemensland, ...

Author: Adam Slipinski

Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING

ISBN: 1486311407

Category: Science

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This three-volume series represents a comprehensive treatment of the beetles of Australia, a relatively under-studied fauna that includes many unusual and unique lineages found nowhere else on Earth. Volume 2 contains 36 chapters, providing critical information and identification keys to the genera of the Australian beetle families included in suborders Archostemata, Myxophaga, Adephaga and several groups of Polyphaga (Scirtoidea, Hydrophiloidea, Scarabaeoidea, Buprestoidea and Tenebrionidae). Each chapter is richly illustrated in black and white drawings and photographs. The book also includes colour habitus figures for about 1000 Australian beetle genera and subgenera belonging to the families treated in this volume. This volume is a truly international collaborative effort, as the chapters have been written by 23 contributors from Australia, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland and USA.

Global Biogeography

The Dynastinae of the world. W. Junk, Dordrecht. Engel, J.J. 1980. A monograph of Clasmatocolea (Hepaticae). Fieldiana Botany 3:1–229. Erwin, D.H. 1990. The end—Permian mass extinction. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 21:69–91. Erwin, D.H. 1993.

Author: J.C. Briggs

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080532547

Category: Science

Page: 451

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This book significantly expands the coverage of this subject given by its predecessor Biogeography and Plate Tectonics (1987). Global Biogeography traces global changes in geography and biology from the Precambrian to the Recent (with worldwide coverage in chronological order); examines the evolutionary effects of the major extinctions, and discusses contemporary biogeographic regions within the context of their historic origins. It is now apparent that the biotas of the various biogeographical regions have had, and still maintain, a dynamic relationship with one another; much more than was previously thought. This is shown to be true for all three of the earth's primary habitats; marine, terrestrial and freshwater (as is clearly demonstrated in this volume). The book is splendidly illustrated with 122 text figures, an extensive bibliography, index, together with a set of biogeographic maps illustrating continental and terrain outlines from the mid-Cambrian to the Recent. University students (both advanced undergraduate and graduate level) will find it an excellent text book. For professionals in Biogeography this is a convenient reference work.

Latin American Insects and Entomology

The Dynastinae of the world . Junk ( Ser . Entomol . 28 ) , The Hague . may approach 40 grams . Females lack horns of any size ( fig . 9.7b ) , but their bodies are nearly as massive as those of the males ( BL to 8 cm ) .

Author: Charles Leonard Hogue

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520078499

Category: Science

Page: 536

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00 This is the first comprehensive guide to insect life in a part of the world known for its abundant, and endangered, life forms. Charles Hogue's scholarship embraces vast geographical territory--Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Color photographs and first-rate drawings illustrate the clearly written text. This is the first comprehensive guide to insect life in a part of the world known for its abundant, and endangered, life forms. Charles Hogue's scholarship embraces vast geographical territory--Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Color photographs and first-rate drawings illustrate the clearly written text.

Coleoptera Beetles Morphology and Systematics

Didier, R. & Séguy, E. (1952): Catalogue illustré des Lucanides du Globe. Atlas. ... Endrödi, S. (1966): Monographie der Dynastinae (Coleoptera: Lamellicornia), 1. Teil. ... Endrödi, S. (1985): The Dynastinae of the World.

Author: Rolf G. Beutel

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 3110386224

Category: Science

Page: 701

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This book is a revised edition of the first of three volumes in the Handbook of Zoology series which treats the systematics and biology of Coleoptera. With over 380,000 described species, Coleoptera are by far the most species-rich order of insects and the largest group of animals of comparable geological age. Moreover, numerous species are tremendously important economically. The beetle volumes meet the demand of modern biologists seeking to answer questions about Coleoptera phylogeny, evolution, and ecology. This first Coleoptera volume covers the suborders Archostemata, Myxophaga and Adephaga, and the basal series of Polyphaga, with information on world distribution, biology, morphology of all life stages, phylogeny and comments on taxonomy.


The Invertebrate World of Australia s Subtropical Rainforests

Scarabaeidae – Dynastinae Commonly called rhinoceros beetles, the Dynastinae include some of the largest insects found in the forests of ... Approximately 11 per cent of the world's dynastine species are thought to occur in Australia, ...

Author: Geoff Williams

Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING

ISBN: 1486312934

Category: Science

Page: 392

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The Invertebrate World of Australia’s Subtropical Rainforests is a comprehensive review of Australia’s Gondwanan rainforest invertebrate fauna, covering its taxonomy, distribution, biogeography, fossil history, plant community and insect–plant relationships. This is the first work to document the invertebrate diversity of this biologically important region, as well as explain the uniqueness and importance of the organisms. This book examines invertebrates within the context of the plant world that they are dependent on and offers an understanding of Australia’s outstanding (but still largely unknown) subtropical rainforests. All major, and many minor, invertebrate taxa are described and the book includes a section of colour photos of distinctive species. There is also a strong emphasis on plant and habitat associations and fragmentation impacts, as well as a focus on the regionally inclusive Gondwana Rainforests (Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves of Australia) World Heritage Area. The Invertebrate World of Australia’s Subtropical Rainforests will be of value to professional biologists and ecologists, as well as amateur entomologists and naturalists in Australia and abroad.

Coleoptera

The Dynastinae of the World . The Hague : W. Junk 800 pp . ( 618 ) . volant ; larvae and adults subterranean and burrowing , larvae detritus feeder . Haploscapanes australicus ( Arrow , 1908 ) Eupatorus australicus Arrow , G.J. ( 1908 ) ...

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Current Advances in Scarabaeoidea Research

Keywords Illustrated key, Scarabaeidae, Dynastinae, Colombia, Biodiversity. Introduction The subfamily Dynastinae is a ... There are approximately 220 genera and 1500 species within the Dynastinae world wide (Ratcliffe 2003).

Author: Brett Ratcliffe

Publisher: PenSoft Publishers LTD

ISBN: 9546425281

Category: Science

Page: 208

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The Scarabaeoidea is one of the largest superfamilies in the Coleoptera and includes approximately 2,200 genera and about 32,000 species worldwide. Scarabs have diversified into most habitats, and they are fungivores, herbivores, necrophages, coprophages, saprophages, and carnivores. Some scarabs exhibit various levels of parental care and sociality. Some are myrmecophilous or termitophilous. Many possess extravagant horns, others are able to roll into a compact ball, and still others are highly armored for inquiline life. Some are important agricultural pests that may destroy crops, while others are used in the biological control of dung and dung flies. Scarabaeoids are popular beetles due to their large size, bright colors, and interesting natural histories. Because of the popularity of the group, there exists an erroneous impression that the superfamily is taxonomically well known. However, even with a lengthy history of study, the group is in real need of continuing research. The papers in this volume cover a wide array of research topics on Scarabaeoidea, including evolutionary relationships, character trait evolution, species concepts, descriptions of new taxa, keys for identification, nomenclature, historical biogeography, methods, and basic life history information. These papers are a valuable contribution to our knowledge of scarabaeoids, and they will provide a foundation for future research.

Invertebrates of Central Texas Wetlands

Edwards Brothers . Ellis , R. J. 1961. A life history study of Asellus intermedius Forbes . Trans . Amer . Mic . Soc . 80 : 80–102 . Endrödi , 1985. The Dynastinae of the world . Boston : Dr. W. Junk Publishers . Erwin , T. L. 1970.

Author: Stephen Welton Taber

Publisher: Texas Tech University Press

ISBN: 9780896725508

Category: Nature

Page: 322

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Along the San Marcos River, in and surrounding Palmetto State Park in south central Texas, lie two square miles of relict ecosystem named the Ottine Wetlands. This area of swamps, marshes, and ponds is especially notable for its geographic isolation from other wetlands in southeastern Texas and for its fascinating intermixture of eastern North American plants and animals and western flora and fauna. The scientific importance of the Ottine Wetlands in the surrounding, relatively dry region was first recognized as early as 1928, yet the swamps and marshes have not been thoroughly studied. This is the first examination of the invertebrates—insects, crustaceans, molluscs, and others—that depend directly or indirectly on the abundant moisture of the wetlands. With nearly 290 full-color illustrations, this book describes and illustrates 241 species of flies, beetles, grasshoppers, wasps, ants, bugs, spiders, scorpions, snails, crustaceans, and millipedes that inhabit the Ottine waters, wetlands, and woodlands. In a brief introduction the authors describe the geological formation of the region and discuss the plant life of the area. They also provide a description of Palmetto State Park, with its easily accessed hiking and nature trails. Following the species descriptions, the book concludes with a glossary and a thorough bibliography of other relevant works on invertebrates. Scientifically thorough, yet readable, this book will appeal to nature lovers of all kinds.

Insects of the Texas Lost Pines

The Dynastinae of the World. Boston: Dr. W. Junk Publishers. Ferguson, K. 1986. The Texas Landscape. The Geographic Provinces of Texas. Austin: Texas Mosaics Publishing Company. Fernald, H . T. 1934. The North American and West Indian ...

Author: Stephen Welton Taber

Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

ISBN: 9781585442362

Category: Nature

Page: 296

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In an isolated pine forest on the eastern edge of Central Texas, there lies an island of abundant and diversified life known as the Lost Pines. Separated from the rest of the state’s East Texas pine forests by more than one hundred miles, the Lost Pines marks the westernmost stand of the loblolly pine and is a refuge for plants and animals more typically associated with the southeastern United States where the tree originated. Surrounded now by pastures and scattered oak woodlands, the Lost Pines supports a remarkable ecosystem, a primeval sanctuary amidst the urban bustle of nearby Austin and of neighboring communities Bastrop, Elgin, and Smithville. This 100,000 acre island includes portions of Bastrop and Buescher State Parks, and it was here that Stephen W. Taber and Scott Fleenor encountered insect life of astonishing diversity. Setting out to identify and describe the insects and related animals most readily observed in the Lost Pines, they also discovered some hidden, rare, and never-before-described species. The result is this book, a bestiary of more than 280 species of invertebrates including insects, millipedes, centipedes, spiders, scorpions, mollusks, and worms. Each species description includes common and scientific names; information on biology, distribution, and similar species; and the authors’ special remarks. Many of these animals occur outside the forest, making Insects of the Texas Lost Pines a useful guide to Texas invertebrates in general. When you visit Bastrop State Park, you are likely to see more bugs and spineless creatures than any other form of animal life. The next time you go, turn over a few logs, look at the ants, and don’t swat the flies. Take along this new guide and open up a world of life in one of Texas's most unique and popular landscapes.

American Beetles Volume II

Monographie der Dynastinae (Coleoptera, Lamellicornia) I. Teil. Entomologische Abhandlungen Museum für Tierkunde, 33: 1-460. ENDRÖDI, S. 1985. The Dynastinae of the World. W. Junk. London, 800 pp. ERWIN, T. L. 1970.

Author: Ross H. Arnett, JR

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1420041231

Category: Science

Page: 880

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Experts offer the most sweeping reference available on the subject of North American beetles. Their rigorous standards for the presentation of data create a concise, useful format that is consistent throughout the book. This is the resource of choice for quick, accurate, and easily accessible information.

Volume 1 Morphology and Systematics Archostemata Adephaga Myxophaga Polyphaga partim

Endr6di, S. (1985): The Dynastinae of the World. 800 pp., 46 pls. W. Junk, Dordrecht. Endr6dy-Younga, S. (1993): The southern African lucanid genus Oonotus Parry with descriptions of a new subgenus and three new species (Coleoptera: ...

Author: Rolf G. Beutel

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110904551

Category: Science

Page: 578

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Dieses Buch ist der erste von vier Bänden der Reihe Handbuch der Zoologie zur Systematik und Biologie der Coleoptera. Mit ca. 350.000 beschriebenen Spezies sind die Coleoptera die bei Weitem reichste Ordnung und die größte Gruppe von Tieren mit vergleichbarem geologischem Alter. Die Käfer-Bände des HdZ bieten modernen Biologen Antworten auf Fragen zur Phylogenese, Evolution und Ökologie der Coleoptera. Der erste Coleoptera-Band umfasst die Unterordnungen Archostemata, Myxophaga und Adephagha und die Serie Polyphaga mit Informationen zur weltweiten Verbreitung, Biologie, Morphologie aller Lebensabschnitte (einschließlich Anatomie), Phylogenese und Erläuterungen zur Taxonomie.

Encyclopedia of Entomology

A shorter version of 800 pages in English was published in 1985 (The Dynastinae of the World, Budapest-Hagen, 1985). Dr. Endro di passed away on the of December 12, 1984 in Budapest. He was a kind and helpful man with an immense ...

Author: John L. Capinera

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402062421

Category: Science

Page: 4346

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This text brings together fundamental information on insect taxa, morphology, ecology, behavior, physiology, and genetics. Close relatives of insects, such as spiders and mites, are included.

Insect life cycle polymorphism

1984 ISBN 90-6193-137-1 S. Endródi: The Dynastinae of the world. 1985 ISBN 90-6193-138-X P. Skidmore: The biology of the Muscidae of the world. 1985 ISBN 90-6193-139-8 J. C. Morse (ed.): Prooeedings of the 4th International Symposium on ...

Author: H.V. Danks

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401718881

Category: Science

Page: 382

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Recent studies have shown that genetic polymorphisms play an important role in structuring the seasonal life cycles of insects, complementing an earlier emphasis on the effects of environmental factors. This book presents current ideas and recent research on insect life--cycle polymorphism in a series of carefully prepared chapters by international experts, covering the full breadth of the subject in order to give an up-to-date view of how life cycles are controlled and how they evolve. By consolidating our view of insect life--cycle polymorphism in this way, the book provides a staging point for further enquiries. The volume will be of interest to a wide variety of entomologists and other biologists interested in the control and evolution of life cycles and in understanding the extraordinarily complex ecological strategies of insects and other organisms.

Sustainable Pest Management in Date Palm Current Status and Emerging Challenges

The Dynastinae of the World (Series Entomologica 28, 800 pp). The Hague: Junk. Endrödi, S., & Petrovitz, R. (1974). Die Arten und Rassen der Gattung Oryctes Illiger in Iran. Applied Entomology and Phytopathology, 36, 4–19.

Author: Waqas Wakil

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319243977

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Date palm, Phoenix dactylifera L. (Arecales: Arecaceae), is an important palm species cultivated in the arid regions of the world since pre-historic times and traditionally associated with the life and culture of the people in the Middle-East and North Africa which are the pre-dominant date palm growing regions worldwide. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN estimates that there are over 100 million date palms with an annual production of over 7.5 million tonnes A recent report on the arthropod fauna of date palm, enlists 112 species of insects and mites associated with date palm worldwide including 22 species attacking stored dates. Enhanced monoculture of date palm in several date palm growing countries coupled with climate change, unrestrained use of chemical insecticides and extensive international trade is likely to impact the pest complex and the related natural enemies in the date agro-ecosystems. In view of the importance of date palm as an emerging crop of the future and the need to develop and deploy ecologically sound and socially acceptable IPM techniques, this book aims to comprehensively address issues related to the biology and sustainable management of major insect and mite pests of date palm by assessing the current IPM strategies available, besides addressing emerging challenges and future research priorities. The issues pertaining to the role of semiochemicals in date palm IPM involving new strategies revolving around “attract and kill” and “push-pull” technologies, phytoplasmas and their insect vectors with implications for date palm, innovative methods for managing storage pests of dates and knowledge gaps in devicing sustainable strategies for the management of red palm weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Olivier) are also addressed

Monteverde

The Dynastinae of the world. Dr. W. Junk Publications, Dordrecht. Equihua, M. A., and T. H. Atkinson. 1987. Catalogo de Platypodidae (Coleoptera) de Norte y Centroamerica. Folia Entomologica Mexicana 72:5–31. Erwin, T. 1989.

Author: Nalini M. Nadkarni

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 0195133102

Category: Nature

Page: 573

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The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve has captured the attention of biologists, conservationists and ecologists and has been the setting for extensive investigation over the past 30 years. This provides information on this ecosystem and the biota.