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3 edition of review of the Southern African species of the genus Spindasis Wallengren (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae) found in the catalog.

review of the Southern African species of the genus Spindasis Wallengren (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae)

N. S. Vissian

review of the Southern African species of the genus Spindasis Wallengren (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae)

by N. S. Vissian

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Published by National Museums and Monuments of Rhodesia] in [Salisbury .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa, Southern.
    • Subjects:
    • Spindasis -- Classification.,
    • Insects -- Classification.,
    • Insects -- Africa, Southern.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby N. S. Vissian.
      SeriesOccasional papers of the National Museums and Monuments of Rhodesia. Series B, Natural sciences ;, v. 5, pt. 9
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL561.L8 V57
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 511-523, [2] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages523
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4282192M
      LC Control Number78308468

      Species-level relationships within this southern African clade, however, remain largely unresolved. Our phylogenetic hypotheses allow us to propose a new classification for E. subg. Athymalus where seven sections are recognized, two of which are newly described. The large southern African E. sect. Anthacanthae is further divided into. Back to Refs List. Edwards, H. Pacific coast Lepidoptera, No. 22 – Notes on some diurnal Lepidoptera with descriptions of new varieties. Proceedings of the .

      On A New Labradorean Species of Onchidiopsis, A Genus of Mollusks New to Eastern North America; With Remarks on its Relationships. [Balch, Francis N.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. On A New Labradorean Species of Onchidiopsis, A Genus of Mollusks New to Eastern North America; With Remarks on its : Francis N. Balch. Southern Africa has a rich variety of tree species, with an estimated 2 indigenous species and more than naturalised aliens. Field Guide to Trees of Southern Africa describes and illustrates more than 1 of these, focusing on trees that are the most common and most likely to be s:

      Full text of "Catalogue of the family-group, genus-group and species-group names of the Riodinidae & Lycaenidae (Lepidoptera) of the world" See other formats. These species are lianoid and lack the fibre-tracheids of G. gnemon but have about the same vessel element and tracheid length as in that species. Vessel diameter is related to stem age and organography. Tori are clearly present in tracheary elements of the African Gnetum species, a first report for the genus. In these two species.


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Review of the Southern African species of the genus Spindasis Wallengren (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae) by N. S. Vissian Download PDF EPUB FB2

Review of the southern African genus Prolytta Kaszab, with a description of the first-instar larva, and bionomic and taxonomic remarks (Coleoptera: Meloidae) Article (PDF Available) in. The southern African genus Frankenbergerius Balthasar is revised. Two new species, F.

opacus sp. The southern African winter-rainfall genus Ixia L., with almost species, is divided into four sections, with sect. Ixia distinguished by a filiform perianth tube closely clasping the style, and filaments that occlude the mouth of perianth tube and are sometimes partly united but never decurrent in the tube.

The section was last revised by G. Lewis inat which time it included Two new genera of Sesiini from southern Africa, each comprising only a single species are described and figured: Microsesia nana, new gen., new sp.

(holotype in TMPS) and Coccophila, new gen. A review of African genera of the tribe Aphnaeini (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) Metamorphosis Occ. Suppl. 2: Heron, Description of a new Spindasis from Ceylon Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (6) 18 (): Hewitson, Illustrations of diurnal Lepidoptera.

Lycaenidae Ill. diurn. Lep. Key words: Coelenterata; Anthozoa; Octocorallia; Nidaliidae; Pieterfaurea; soft corals; endemic genus; South Africa; three new species; southwestern Indian Ocean. The soft coral genus Pieterfaurea Verseveldt & Bayer,endemic to the south and east coasts of South Africa, is reviewed.

Review of the South African species of Pegylis Erichson, (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae) commonly known as large wattle chafers J. du G. Harrison 1,2,3. ISSN – (ONLINE) A review of d’Abrera’s Butterflies of the Afrotropical Region – Part III.

(second edition), – Part 3 (Theclinae, Polyommatinae and Riodinidae) Published o. The southern African genus Frankenbergerius Balthasar is revised.

Two new species, F. opacus sp. and F. nitidus sp. (South Africa, Western Cape), and one new subspecies, F. armatus tuberculatus ssp. (South Africa, Mpumalanga), are described. imitativus (Péringuey) is considered a junior synonym of F. forcipatus (Harold).

A key to. as the Flora of southern Africa(FSA): the subcontinent south of the Kunene, Okavango, Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers. The first list of southern African plants published from PRECIS was the List of species of southern African plants (Gibbs Russell et al), which comprised a basic list of names in current use.

It was followed by a second edi. The 29 species of small shrubs, perennial herbs and two annual species that belong to the genus Prismatocarpus occur in the south-western Cape and Eastern Cape.

Roella is a genus of 25 small shrubs and herbs that is found mainly in the south-western Cape, with one species extending into the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. It serves to fill a gap in knowledge of hair studies from this region, and points to the use of these studies in various fields.

A major portion of the work is a hair atlas of southern African Carnivora, in which micrographs and coloured plates of hairs are presented with locality data and a descriptive text for each species. of Canthium s. str. is the genus Plectroniella Robyns, a seg-regate based on the southern African P armata () Robyns, a species with the ovary plurilocular (the other taxa are bilocular).

Since thorns are erratically present in some southern African members of the group, e.g. inerme (L.f.) Kuntze and C. suberosum Codd, this diagnostic char.

The genus description is emended to include the characters of all four now known species occurring in the Flora of southern Africa region.

The anatomy and surface structure of the cypselas of the four species are described, and a key is provided to separate them. A synopsis of the species is given. KEYWORDS: Afrotropical, West Africa, Gambia, Senegal, taxonomy, new genus, new species Read Abstract + A remarkable collection of Gambian Asilidae collected by William F.

Snow between and and housed in the collections of the Oxford University Museum of. The genus Amsinckia was described by Lehmann (). The name Amsinckia honours W. Amsinck,mayor of Hamburg, who developed the botanical gardens of the city (Talken ). It is a well-defined, but taxonomically difficult genus of about 15 species, all except one distributed.

For one of the two groups a new genus is erected, Afrogegenes. Conventionally, the group for which the new genus is erected contains two species, Gegenes letterstedti (Wallengren, ) and G. hottentota (Latreille, ), but G. hottentota ocra Evans,has been given full species rank here, raising the number of species in Afrogegenes to.

Systematic studies in subfamily Celastroideae (Celastraceae) in southern Africa: two new species of Gymnosporia from KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern CapeMarie Jordaan, * [email protected] A.E. van Wyk, 1 * National Botanical Institute, Private Bag X, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa National Botanical Institute Private Bag X Pretoria Republic of South Africa 1 H.G.W.J.

A new species of Diascia from the former Transkei (Eastern Cape) is described and two species (e Hiern and losa Benth.) synonomized by Hilliard and Burtt () are re-instated as distinct. All three species are fully illustrated and a distribution map is provided.

The new species, uyseniae K. Steiner, is closely related to Diascia cordata N. Br., but differs from. A study of saprobic fungi occurring on the fynbos of the Western Cape Province of South Africa yielded four unknown Anthostomella species.A.

proteae from Protea nitida, A. cynaroides from P. cynaroides, A. leucospermi from Leucospermum oleifolium and A. brabeji from Brabejum stellatifolium are described as new.

New records for South Africa include A. conorum from Leucadendron sp., Protea. Review of the Afrotropical genus Dracontogena Diakonoff, (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae) with descriptions of eight new species.

— Zootaxa (): – Abasa O. R., Three species of Ooctonus (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) are described from South Africa: O. albiclavus Huber, sp. n., O. capensis Huber, sp. n., and O. infuscatus Huber, sp. n. They represent the first records of Ooctonus from the Afrotropical Region and the first described species of Ooctonus native to the southern hemisphere.

The only previously named Ooctonus from Africa (Madagascar), O. sevae.IAP Species: Impact on the Natural Resource Base ‘Commercial forestry based on alien trees is a well established feature of the South African landscape and economy’ (Le Maitre et al.

), with species of pines and eucalypts, covering approximately million ha.