3 edition of Contribution to the Taxonomy of Asiatic Wasps of the Genus Tiphia (Scoliidae). found in the catalog.
Contribution to the Taxonomy of Asiatic Wasps of the Genus Tiphia (Scoliidae).
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Sinceworkers on the Japanese beetle project of the United States Bureau of Entomology have been searching in the Orient for suitable parasites to introduce into the United States for use against the Japanese beetle in this country.
In the course of this work a large amount of material on the genus Tiphia was gradually accumulated, and considerable information on the ecology and life Cited by: 2. Contribution to the taxonomy of Asiatic wasps of the genus Tiphia (Scoliidae) By H W Allen and H A Jaynes. Abstract.
Volume: 76Start Page: 1End Page: 10 Publisher: Washington:Smithsonian Institution Press, [etc.] Year: OAI identifier: oai::part/ Cited by: 2. thetaxonomyofTiphiafromJapan,Chosen(Korea),China,and India, A more extendedstudyshouldbe made ofthe types from this region which are deposited inthe museums of Europe,but at.
Contribution to the taxonomy of Asiatic wasps of the genus Tiphia (Scoliidae) H W Allen Taxonomic studies on the Japanese species of the genus Tiphia. Contribution to the Taxonomy of Asiatic Wasps of the Genus Tiphia (Scoliidae) by Allen, H.W.; Jaynes, H.A. Paperback £; Used Book Availability: In stock; A Revision of Neotiphia Malloch and Krombeinia Pate (Hymenoptera: Tiphidae) by Allen, H.W.; Krombein, K.V.
Paperback £; Used Book Availability: In stock; Contribution to the. Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Korean Research Foundation grant (KRFC) and the Korean Institute of Environment Science and Technology (grant no. Literature Cited Allen, HW. and HA. Jaynes. Contribution to the taxonomy of Asiatic wasps of the genus Tiphia (Scoiidae).
Proc. A Contribution to our Knowledge of the Hymenoptera Symphyta of Lancashire and Cheshire: Notes on the Occurrence of Sawflies in and additions to the Faunal list Contribution to the Taxonomy of Asiatic Wasps of the Genus Tiphia (Scoliidae) by Allen, H.W.; Jaynes, H.A.
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Contribution to the taxonomy of Asiatic wasps of the genus Tiphia (Scoliidae) Vol Page 1 Two new mollusks of the genera Ostrea and Exogyra from the Austin chalk, Texas. Contribution to the taxonomy of Asiatic Wasps of the genus Tiphia (Scoliidae).
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low those used by Allen and Jaynes in "Contribution to the Taxonomy of Asiatic Wasps of the Genus Tiphia. (Scoliidse)," reference to that publication should be made for definition of terms. KEY FOR SEPARATION OF SPECIES Females A. Propodeal areola with sides parallel. frater, n. Asiatic Beetle Investigations during and a collection of specimens of Tiphia was accumulated which, subsequent studies revealed, involve several new species.
The guide used during the study of this collection was the publication "Contri bution to the Taxonomy of Asiatic Wasps of the Genus Tiphia.
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