3 edition of Essay on the indigenous fossorial Hymenoptera found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Indigenous fossorial Hymenoptera.|
|Statement||by W.E. Shuckard.|
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|Pagination||xii, 259 p., 4 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||259|
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Hymenoptera. Family: Crabronidae. Subfamily: Bembicinae. Tribe: Gorytini. Genus: Harpactus. Shuckard, Species Several, including: Harpactus elegans; Harpactus laevis; Harpactus is a genus of hunting wasps in the tribe Gorytini. References Wikimedia Commons has media related to Harpactus: This Apoidea-related article is a stub.
You Class: Essay on the indigenous fossorial Hymenoptera book. SHUCKARD, WILLIAM EDWARD (–), entomologist, born inwas the eldest son of Johann Leonhardt Schuckardt of Frankfort-on-the-Main, who settled in England in (married in ) and became proprietor of the Old Ship Hotel at Brighton.
Essay on the indigenous fossorial Hymenoptera: comprising a description of all the British species of burrowing sand wasps contained in the metropolitan collections, with their habits as far as they have been Essay on the indigenous fossorial Hymenoptera book / (London: W.E.
Shuckard, ), by William Edward Shuckard (page images at HathiTrust). See also his statement on quinarianism in his Essay on the Indigenous Fossorial Hymenoptera (London, ), p.
'I conceive that when all the created species are fully ascertained, the true system will be found to be neither circular, square, nor oval, neither dichotomous, quinary, nor septenary, but a uniform meshwork of organization Cited by: Catalogue Of British Fossorial Hymenoptera, Formicidae, And Vespidae In The Collection Of The British Museum Paperback – October 7, by Frederick Smith (Author) See all 21 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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A few words are necessary explanatory of the course pursued in the following work, as regards the citation of authorities. All the facts recorded without reference to authorities, are the result either of personal observation or of diligent study, which, from the length of time that has intervened, have become so blended in my mind that I can no longer separate their sources.
Cream-spotted Ichneumon, Echthromorpha intricatoria Late January New Town Rivulet, Lenah Valley This individual was drying off after being rescued from the creek. Mid September Bridport Late April Knocklofty Reserve, Hobart Early May HYMENOPTERA, SYMPHYTA The following references pertain especially to the Symphyta (Chalastogastra) group of Hymenoptera, which includes the sawflies and horntails.
Most are phytophagous, but some species in several families are predators [please also refer to. Most Symphyta are phytophagous external feeders on foliage.
Essay on the indigenous fossorial Hymenoptera comprising a description of all the British species of burrowing Sand Wasps contained in the Metropolitan collections.
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