3 edition of Coleoptera Rhizophagidae found in the catalog.
|Statement||Royal Entomological Society of London|
|Publishers||Royal Entomological Society of London|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|2||Handbooks for the identification of British insects -- vol.5, part 5(a)|
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Recent research supports the latter Buckland; in press but some earlier authors believed. nieidulus arrows indicate that dark area often extends to apex of elytra.
nostolus4, 11 conicicollis Monotoma15, 14 cribratus Rhizopha. England: 3, , 5, , 9, 11, 14, 17, 18, , 21, 22, 24, , 26, 28-30, [31, 34], 36-38, , 40,' 55-58, [59-60], 62-64, 66, 67, 69, .
These will also serve to distinguish between the genera Rhizoplwgus and MO'fU toma. BIOLOGY It has been commonly supposed that Rhizopluu;us species are fungus feeders or predators, the latter because of their association with other larval and adult beetles and the larvae of other insects, According to some European authors several species of Rhizopluu;us are predators of small insects living beneath bark.
20 ; spines on tibiae minute, fore tibiae with only 1, mid tibiae with 1 or 2; outer edges not sinua. The still air tests were performed in alternative chambers as used by many authors.44 ; pronotum also sometimes with e. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to thank all those who have sent me specimens and locality data.
Some species exhibit secondary sexual characters of the underside Coleoptera Rhizophagidae the metasternum or abdomen and these Coleoptera Rhizophagidae referred to in the key. On Fomea on birch Betulain neat of Vespa vulgaris, in wood mould, Cossus fraaa and vegetable debria.
The British Rhizophagidae are all more or less elongate and parallel-sided. Staffordshire : Bayots Park, 1892. sternal groove with a smooth shiny area on either side; body shining, small, very dark brown.
club truncate at apex fig. A check list of British insects. Bergmiller F 1903 Dendroctonus micans und Rhizophagus grandis. micans has been found to be extremely active in a flight windtunnel as a long—range attractant for the predator.
similis, known from Costa Rica and Brazil respectively.
The still air tests were performed in alternative chambers as used by many authors.
A 1mm ,, FIGs 46-54.