neotropical genus Syntermes (Isoptera: Termitidae)

by Alfred Edwards Emerson

Publisher: American Museum of Natural History in New York

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  • Termites -- Latin America.

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StatementAlfred E. Emerson.
SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- v. 83, article 7
ContributionsAmerican Museum of Natural History.
The Physical Object
PaginationP. [427]-472 :
Number of Pages472
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Open LibraryOL18953801M

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A synopsis of the Neotropical genus Calomacraspis Bates with a key to larvae of the American genera of Rutelini (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 43– Jameson, M. L., B. C. Ratcliffe, and M. M. Morón. A revision of the Neotropical genus Metamasius (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Rhynchophorinae). Species groups 1 and 2. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. , article 3. Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer. present may cause severe damage to some crops. Syntermes nanus, for example, which is abundant in the Cerrado, is a pest of eucalyptus, upland rice and other crops. Fonseca () reported that, in a locality in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, termites of the genus Syntermes killed up to 70% of the young eucalyptus trees in a Cerrado area.   Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. A Synopsis of Neotropical Hylid Frogs, Genus Osteocephalus by Duellman and Trueb - Free Ebook Menu.

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The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Syntermes is a genus of termites native to South America The “mandibulate nasutes” comprise a group of termite genera endemic to the Neotropical region.

Fourteen genera are recognized within this group -Syntermes-Group: (Armitermes, Cahuallitermes, Cornitermes, Curvitermes, Cyrilliotermes, Embiratermes, Ibitermes, Labiotermes, Macuxitermes, Noirotitermes, Paracurvitermes. This is a taxonomic revision of the Neotropical genus Orthognathotermes Holmgren, (Termitidae, Termitinae), previously with nine species: O.

aduncus, O. The neotropical genus Syntermes (Isoptera, Termitidae). Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 83, article 7. Revision of the poorly known Neotropical butterfly genus Zischkaia Forster, (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae), with descriptions of nine new species.

European Journal of Taxonomy DOI: /ejt (online 12 Sep ). The project follows the APG III classification system and recognises a total of Neotropical angiosperm families.

So far, family webpages have been contributed, 60 of which include dichotomous genus-level keys (e.g. see Annonaceae). More family webpages are periodically added to the site. Genus and species level resources.

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A revision of species diversity in the neotropical genus Oreobates (Anura, Strabomantidae), with the description of three new species from the Amazonian slopes of the. Werneria is a neotropical genus belonging to the tribe Senecioneae (Compositae) that is mainly distributed through the highlands of the a single species, W.

nubigena, has a trans-Andean distribution and reaches the Tacaná Volcano in southern Chiapas (Mexico).The traditional concept of Werneria was significantly narrowed at the end of the twentieth century after segregating.

Emerson AE () The neotropical genus Syntermes. Bull Am Mus Nat Hist – Google Scholar Emerson AE () Termite studies in the Belgian Congo. 2 Rapport annuel de IRSAC, Bruxelles, pp – Google Scholar. In biogeography, the Neotropic or Neotropical realm is one of the eight terrestrial realm includes South America, Central America, the Caribbean islands, and southern North Mexico, the Yucatán Peninsula and southern lowlands, and most of the east and west coastlines, including the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula are Neotropical.

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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. We studied the effect of experimental logging on two species of termites of the genus Syntermes in 11 plots of 4 ha in a forest 90 km north of Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. The density of S. chaquimayensis decreased with increase in logging damage suffered 9–10 years before the study, whereas S.

molestus was not significantly affected.S. chaquimayensis is the most abundant species. This contribution deals with the worker caste of the Neotropical termite fauna.

It is a compilation of present knowledge about the morphology of pseudergates and workers, including the literature discussing the origin and evolution of this caste, the terminology used in the different taxonomic groups, and the techniques used to study these individuals, especially examination of the gut.

The synopsis for the Termitidae family in the neotropical region as based on Araujo (), Fontes (), Maes (), Torales et al. (), Issa (), Constantino (). 26 genera are listed. Revision of the Neotropical termite genus Syntermes Holmgren (Isoptera: Termitidae) Vol Page Descriptions and distributional records of American Mecoptera.

Vol Page If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel. About this book. Language: English. The second part of a detailed taxonomic study of the butterfly genus initially foreseen, this second volume treats the subgenera Iphixibia, Cytheritis, Balachowskyna and has been conceived in the same spirit as the first one.

Von den vier besprochenen Termitenarten werdenSyntermes aculeosus Emerson undCornitermes acignathus Silvestri zum ersten Mal aus Kolumbien rmes perfectus (Hagen) wird zum ersten Mal als Schädling an Kaffeepflanzen beschrieben, die auf frisch gerodeten Urwaldboden angepflanzt wurden.

Der Schaden erstreckt sich auf den Wurzelhals 10–12 cm unter bis 5–7 cm über. Revision of the Neotropical termite genus Syntermes Holmgren (Isoptera: Termitidae). Constantino, R. Description of a new Planicapritermes from Central Amazonia, with notes on the morphology of the digestive tube of the Neocapritermes‐Planicapritermes group.

The University of Kansas has long historical connections with Central America and the many Central Americans who have earned graduate degrees at KU. This work is part of the Central American Theses and Dissertations collection in KU ScholarWorks and is being made freely available with permission of the author through the efforts of Professor Emeritus Charles Stansifer of the History department.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. in the nests of several species of termites of the genus Syntermes.

All the records are from the Neotropical region at present. Feather-wing beetles are minute in size and easily overlooked in the field. New Biological Books. Essentia Non Sunt Multiplicanda Praeter Necessitatem. Jane Oppenheimer. 21(1), pp.

70– The Neotropical Genus Syntermes (Isoptera: Termitidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol Article 7. Alfred E. Emerson. 21(1), p. Hoary foxes consumed high amounts of fruits and insects and a low number of vertebrates.

Termites from the genus Syntermes were present in 92% of fecal samples (up to 5, individuals per sample), whereas small vertebrates (birds and mammals) were present in only 32% of fecal samples, and only one individual was found per sample.

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