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Edited by I. Desportes and J. Schrével
Gregarines are apicomplexans and exclusively parasites of invertebrates. After the basic publication in the Traité de Zoologie by Grassé in 1953, this second edition is proposed to update the knowledge with information provided by new technologies such as electron microscopy, biochemistry and ...
Paul E. Ouboter and Rawien Jairam
The "Amphibians of Suriname" is the first overview of our present knowledge of this interesting group for Suriname. For all 104 species a short description, photograph, distribution map and data on natural history and taxonomy are given.
Edited by I. Löbl & A. Smetana
A comprehensive work covering the about 100,000 species of Coleoptera known to occur in the Palaearctic Region. The complete work is planned for 8 volumes that will be published in intervals of about 18 months.
Minos E. Tzanakakis
This review of literature includes an introduction on the origin of the olive tree and lists 116 species of insects and 30 species of mites known to infest it. It treats the geographical distribution, host plants, feeding habits, voltinism and seasonal history of 34 species of phytophagous ...
Stephan G. Bullard
This guide represents a compilation of the available descriptions of the zoeal and megalopal stages of anomuran and brachyuran crabs of North Carolina, USA. Descriptions and keys for the zoeae of 44 species and the megalopae of 34 species are included.
Edited by John Langmaid, A. Maitland Emmet and John Heath
Each volume in the very well known series The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Irelandcontains special introductory chapters on important aspects of the study of British Lepidoptera; keys to families and species; a systematic section consisting of a full description, details of the ...
The book is the first comprehensive work on Palaearctic Notodontidae since the famous Seitz work of nearly a century ago.
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