2 edition of The anatomy and development of certain Chalcididæ and Ichneumonidæ found in the catalog.
The anatomy and development of certain Chalcididæ and Ichneumonidæ
|Statement||by George Newport ; read March 20, 1849 [and June 5, 1849].|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QL569 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 61-77, 85-93,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Be the first. The Anatomy and Development of certain Chalcididæ and Ichneumonidæ, compared with their special Œconomy and Instincts; with Descriptions of a new Genus and Species of Bee-Parasites Vol Page AN. ELEMENTARY MANUAL. NEW ZEALAND ENTOMOLOGY. ——— CHAPTER I.
In the present chapter I propose to give a brief sketch of the general principles of Entomology, including a rudimentary glance at the anatomy and classification of insects; after which I think the reader will be in a better position to study the habits and life-histories of the individual species which.
The readers of the Naturalist's Library are aware that the various volumes of the series hitherto devoted to Entomology, have been occupied with the elucidation of particular Orders and Families. The volume which we have now the pleasure of presenting to their notice, contains a general exposition of all the Orders, the predominance being given to those which.
PREFACE. This popular French book on Insects has been placed in my hands in order that the scientific portions of it should be examined and, if necessary, corrected. This task has been a light one, for the book had already passed through the able editorship of Mr.
Jansen. But I have added a short notice of the Thysanoptera, which did not appear in M. Figuier's original work, and also.
The 'Zoologist' contains Notes on Chalcididæ, by Mr. Francis Walker. The 'Entomologists' [[p. lvi]] Monthly Magazine' has contained, during the past year, the usual quantity of valuable and interesting matter on every branch and aspect of British Entomology, and has also contained a number of papers of wider interest, treating of.
Plates V., VI., VII. and VIII. The Coccidæ—Scale or Gale insects—are a family of the order Homoptera. They are exceedingly common in all parts of the world, and I may say that in New Zealand I have scarcely come across a single plant or. Full text of "The social insects: their origin and evolution" See other formats.
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