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A revision of the Australian Myrmeleontidae (Insecta : Neuroptera). III. Distoleontini and Acanthaclisinae
T. R New
|Series||Australian journal of zoology. Supplementary series -- no. 106|
|Contributions||Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (Australia)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
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A Revision of the Australian Myrmeleontidae (Insecta: Neuroptera) I. Introduction, Myrmeleontini, Protoplectrini T. New Department of Zoology, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Vic.
Abstract A brief historical outline of studies on the Australian Myrmeleontidae is followed by a review of adult. Myrmeleontidae is the largest Lacewings family.
Adults in this family have short antenna which thicken towards the tips, ocelli absent. They are medium to large size with long wings.
Their abdomen is long and slender. Most of them are predator although some feed on pollen. Myrmeleontidae is the largest Lacewings family in Australia.
A brief historical outline of studies on the Australian Myrmeleontidae is followed by a review of adult characters useful in systematics and keys to subfamilies and tribes.
The Myrmeleontini (23 species) and Protoplectrini (15 species) are revised, and keys and illustrations provided to enable separation of genera and species.
The genera Leptoleon Esben-Petersen and Myrrneleonellus Esben Cited by: A Revision of the Australian Myrmeleontidae (Insecta: Neuroptera) " Dendroleontini T.
New Department of Zoology, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Vic. Abstract The Australian Dendroleontini, the dominant group of Australian myrmeleontids, are revised; keys and illustrations are provided to aid separation of all genera and species. COVID Resources.
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Antlion larvae eat small arthropods – mainly ants – while the adults of some species eat pollen and nectar, and others are predators of small arthropods.
In certain species of Myrmeleontidae, such as Dendroleon pantherinus, the larva, although resembling that of Myrmeleon structurally, makes no pitfall trap, but hides in detritus in a hole in a tree and seizes passing prey.
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Miller Florida State Collection of Arthropods P.O. Box Gainesville, Florida,U.S.A. Lionel A. Stange Florida State Collection of Arthropods P.O. Box Gainesville, Florida,U.S.A. Date of Issue: J The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Other articles where Myrmeleontidae is discussed: neuropteran: Annotated classification: Family Myrmeleontidae (antlions) Adults with long, slender wings; bodies partly covered with fine hairs; dragonfly-like; antennae short, weakly clubbed or flattened distally. Larvae (called antlions or doodle bugs) short and broad; head small; neck bent to allow rapid upward and backward movement of head.
A revision of the genus Navasoleon Banks (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae: Nemoleontini) Lionel A. Stange Florida State Collection of Arthropods Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A. [email protected] Robert B. Miller Florida State Collection of Arthropods Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A.
Abstract. A revision of the Australian Myrmeleontidae (Insect: Neuroptera). A brief historical outline of studies on the Australian Myrmeleontidae is followed by a review of adult characters useful in.
Miller RB () A new genus and species of Brachynemurini from Venezuela (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae). Insecta Mundi –5 Google Scholar Miller RB, Stange LA () Revision of the genus Dimarella Banks (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae).
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A revision of the Australian GrylloideaAuthor: L Chopard. Familia: Myrmeleontidae Subfamiliae: Acanthaclisinae - Brachynemurinae - Dendroleontinae - Dimarinae - Echthromyrmicinae - Glenurinae - Myrmecaelurinae - Myrmeleontinae - Palparinae - Pseudimarinae - Stilbopteryginae The Subfamiliae shown above are radically different from BioLib and Lacewing Digital Library (which covers Neuropterida and supplies data to Catologue of Life).
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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. A revision of the Australian Heliodinidae (Lepidoptera) Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.The Lauxaniidae are one of the largest families of acalyptrate Diptera (series Schizophora) and are distributed in all the major zoogeographical regions of the world.
Early taxonomic work on the family began in Europe and some notable studies were done during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Since then few significant revisions on regional faunas have been undertaken.Myrmeleontinae is a subfamily of Myrmeleontidae, the antlions.
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