2 edition of revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) subgeneral Orphelophorus d"Orchymont, Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert found in the catalog.
revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) subgeneral Orphelophorus d"Orchymont, Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert
R. B. Angus
Bibliography: p. 54-56.
|Statement||by R. B. Angus.|
|Series||Acta zoologica Fennica, 129|
|LC Classifications||QH7 .S78 vol. 129, QL596.H8 .S78 vol. 129|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||76883190|
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Introduction. The Helophoridae is a small family of around described species included in several subgenera of the single genus Helophorus Fabricius, They are a mostly Palaearctic, and to a lesser extent Nearctic, group but a few occur in tropical Africa and Central America and there is a single Indomalayan species. Genus: Helophorus: Species: H. orientalis. Binomial name; Helophorus orientalis. Motschulsky, Helophorus orientalis is a species of water scavenger beetle in the family Hydrophilidae. It is found in Europe & Northern Asia (excluding China), North America, and Southern Asia.
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Get this from a library. A revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) subgeneral Orphelophorus d'Orchymont, Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert. [R B Angus]. Helophorus ís the only genus in the beetle family Helophoridae (traditionally included within Hydrophilidae as the subfamily Helophorinae).
They are small insects, found mainly in the Holarctic region ( occur in Palearctic and 41 species in North America), but two or three species also live in the Afrotropical region, Central America and one in the Indomalayan region (northern India).Class: Insecta.
A revision of the hydrophilid subfamily Helophorinae (Coleoptera), containing the single genus Helophorus Fabriciusis presented, including an historical review, a discussion of diagnostic characters and techniques, and an attempt at a phylogenetic reconstruction of the major lineages of the Nearctic -one species are recognized; 9 species and 1 subspecies Cited by: A revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F.
(Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) subgenera Orphelophorus d'Orchymont. Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert. by RB Angus. Format: Print Book Publication year: Held by WUR Library. Check Availability. Read Alternate Summary/Abstract. A revision of the genus Oryzaephilus Ganglbauer, including descriptions of related genera (Coleoptera: Revisional notes on Helophorus F.
(Col. Hydrophilidae) General introduction and some species resembling H. minutus F List of the Coleopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum part 1: Cucujidae Cited by: Angus RB.
() [To revision of Palearctic water scavenger beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae). ] Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie [in Russian] Angus RB.
() Süsswasserfauna von Mitteleuropea, volume. A revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) subgenera Orphelophorus d'Orchymont, Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert. Acta zool. fenn.
Angus RB () A revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Col. Hydrophilidae), subgenera Orphelophorus d’Orchymont, Gephalophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert. Acta Zool Fenn 1–62 Google Scholar. One British genus, Helophorus, with 20 species.
Small (mm) elongate beetles, with the body outline constricted between the elytra and pronotum, they have long palps, similar in size to their antennae and 7 longitudinal grooves on the coarsely-granulate pronotum. Hydraena Kugelann represents the largest genus within the water beetle family Hydraenidae, and in particular within Hy- draeninae, with about species widely distributed all over the world and.
Reyjol et al. Insects in general, and beetles in particular, make up the highest percentage of the biodiversity of this area. Close to 98% of the total Iberian fauna are invertebrates, and roughly 81% are insects (Ramos et al. The Iberian peninsula has a wide range of habitat types, including some aquatic environments very rare in.
Author(s): Angus,R B Title(s): A revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) subgenera Orphelophorus d'Orchymont, Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert/ by R.B. Angus.
Helophorus fulgidicollis Motschulsky, Family: Hydrophilidae The Helophoridae is a family of amphibious beetles with only one genus, Helophorus, in the British Isles. These are familiar insects as dry weather causes mass migration from drying habitats and swarms occur almost anywhere where surface reflections suggest water to the beetles – car windscreens, greenhouses etc.
Due to their aquatic habits, hydrophiloid beetles are frequently found also in the fossil taphocenoses, even though the ongoing revision of the fossil record of the group (Fikáček et al., a.
Angus RB () A revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F. (Coleoptera: Hydro-philidae) subgenera Orphelophorus d’Orchymont, Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert. Acta Zoologica Fennica 1– [3 plates] Angus RB () Insecta Coleoptera Hydrophilidae Helophoridae. In: Schwoerbel J, Zwick P.
His research is primarily on the large family Tenebrionidae, especially those of the Western Hemisphere. Since his retirement from Ohio State inhe has concentrated on two major projects: a revision of the genus Eleodes and of the Neotropical Diaperini. Triplehorn is the former president of the American Entomological : $ A Revision of the Beetles of the Genus Myochrous by Blake, D.h.
at Pemberley Books Theme Oxley Nepal Slate Thistle Currency GBP (£) US$ EURO YEN. Representatives of the hydrophiloid genus Helophorus Fabricius, are frequent-ly used in the studies of Quaternary beetle communities.
The taxonomy as well as recent distribution of most species is well known due to the studies by the third author (largely summarized by Angus (b)) and Smetana (), and reliable species iden. Revision of the Neotropical Dung Beetle Genus Oxysternon (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae: Phanaeini) by Edmonds, W.d.; Zidek, J.
at Pemberley Books. About this book. Language: English. This book is the first comprehensive account of lndian Cucujidae and Laemophloeidae, commonly known as flat bark beetles and lined llat bark beetles, respectively, with their systeinatic treatment based partly on collections made during different explorations conducted by different survey parties of the Zoological Survey of lndia, Kolkata, including the.
A revision of the New World species of powder-post beetles belonging to the family Lyctidae Volume of Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) Author: Eugene Jordan Gerberg: Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Original from: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Digitized: Length: 55 pages: Subjects.(), A revision of the beetles of the genus Helophorus F.
(Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) subgenera Orphelophorus d'Orchymont, Gephelophorus Sharp and Meghelophorus Kuwert. Acta zool. fenn. (), Notes of the Helophorus species of Fennoscandia and. This type of change has also been shown in the water scavenger beetle, Helophorus mongoliensis, a modern inhabitant of Asiatic mountains that was found in 40,year-old deposits in England (Angus, ), and in the rove beetle Tachinus caelatus, known today from Mongolia but found in deposits from the last glaciation in Britain (Taylor and.