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Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea

W. Dwight Pierce

Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea

by W. Dwight Pierce

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Platystomoidea.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .U55 vol. 77
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6282963M
    LC Control Number32033579
    OCLC/WorldCa29109907

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Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea by W. Dwight Pierce Download PDF EPUB FB2

STUDIESOFTHENORTHAMERICANWEEVILSBELONG-INGTOTHESUPERFAMILYPLATYSTOMOIDEA Pierce FormerlyEntomologist,SouthernFieldCropInsectInvestigations,Bureau. Pierce, W. "Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea." "Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea." Proceedings of the United States National Museum.

77 (). Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea  Pierce, W. () On dinosaurian reptiles from the Two Medicine formaton of Montana  Gilmore, Charles W. () Birds collected in Inner. Pierce, W.D. Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea.

Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 77(17): 1–34 + pl. Zimmerman, E.C. Australian weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea). Volume 1. Orthoceri Anthribidae to Attelabidae, the primitive weevils.

CSIRO Publications. Studies in the weevils of the western United States, (). Studies of the North American Weevils belonging to the Superfamily Platystomoidea. Studies of Weevils (Rhynchophora) with descriptions of new genera and species. Studies of the North. American Weevils belonging to the Superfamily.

Platystomoidea. Proceedings of the United States. National Museum 77():pl. A significant number of weevils collected during this study are adventive species associated with agroecosystems of northeastern North America. Discover the world's research 17+ million members.

PDF | In this study, thirteen (13) specimens which belong to Curculionoidea (Coleoptera) superfamily were determined. Hypera postica Gyllenhal,| Find, read and cite all the research you. Archaeological studies have found that human colonization of North America by the so-called Clovis culture dates back more t years.

The superfamily Curculionoidea includes the snout beetles and various types of weevils. When you look at a weevil's long snout, you might assume they feed by piercing and sucking their meal, much like the true bugs.

But don't be fooled, weevils belong to the order Coleoptera. The First American Civilizations. After multiple waves of migrations, it was several thousand years before the first complex civilizations arose. One of the earliest identifiable cultures was the Clovis culture, with sites dating from s years ago.

The Clovis culture permeated much of North America and parts of South America. The leaf-rolling weevils, or family Attelabidae, are geographically widespread (Legalov (Legalov, a(Legalov, b(Legalov, and currently comprise more than genera and about. Weevil is one of the types of beetle from the super family of Curculionoidea.

They are generally small, less than 6mm and herbivores. They are generally small, less than 6mm and herbivores. There are alm species in the several families and mostly belongs to the family Curculionidae.

Weevils such as Cactophagus validirostris (Gyllenhal ) is a pest of "nopal" and banana (Musa), Euplatypus segnis (Chapuis ) and Xyleborus ferrugineus (Fabricius ) are pests of walnut.

(67) [Key to speeies of Allandrus and notes] in Pierce, Studies of the North American weevils belonging to thie superfamily Platystomoidea. Proc.

Nat. Mus., vol. 77, Art. 17, pp. (68) for cave-inhabiting insects. Jourii. Elislia Mitchell Sdi. Throughout North America, patterns of agriculture and the development of society were generally similar.

Which of the following generalizations about pre-Columbian cultures is true. All Native American cultures were characterized by a preference for independent kin-based communities and certain beliefs and rituals surrounding burial of the dead. 1 day ago  These weevils, collectively referred to as root weevils, include the strawberry root weevil, 0.

A weevil larva is shiny white, has a black head and can be up to 5 mm long. Numer ous specie s of previ ously unknown litter-in habiting weevils hav e also bee n collected i n other parts of t he world, and it appears th at regional end emism may. Introduction. More than twenty years have passed since the publication of the Checklist of beetles of Canada and Alaska (Bousquet ).During that period many changes have been introduced into the classification of example, the scydmaenines, pselaphines, scaphidiines, and micropeplines, which were usually regarded as distinct families, are now part of the Staphylinidae, the.

BOOK NOTICE. Rhynchophora or weevils of North Eastern America. By W. BLATCHLEY AND C. LENG. Indianapolis, the Nature Publish ing Co., I9I6.

illus. Probably at once the most useful and most used volume for the student of our North American beetles during the past several years, has been Mr. Blatchley's Coleoptera of Indiana. By Vasco M. Tanner, Published on 02/20/. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. TV News. Top.One of the earliest farming cultures in North America.

They lived in the Southwest in BC. Were farmers, wove straw, and were skilled potters. Lived in Pueblos and also built Kivas. Pueblos. Above-ground houses made of a heavy clay called adobe. Kivas. Underground ceremonial chambers.Start studying Social Studies Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.