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brown semicostate and costate species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)

Doris H. Blake

brown semicostate and costate species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)

by Doris H. Blake

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, [Northeastern Region, Systematic Entomology Laboratory in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beetles -- Mexico -- Identification.,
  • Beetles -- Central America -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by Doris H. Blake]
    SeriesTechnical bulletin - Dept. of Agriculture ; no. 1534, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1534.
    ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Research Service. Northeastern Region.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15210097M

    The Sin Nombre area of east-central New Mexico sits astride the boundary between the Permian Basin to the south and the Tucumcari Basin to the north. It covers an area of approximately mi 2 in DeBaca, northern Roosevelt, southern Curry, northern Chaves, northeastern Lincoln, and southwestern Guadalupe Counties, New Mexico. Central America Summit Panelist: Session III Policy and Partnerships: Creating an Enabling Environment Ricardo Santa Cruz Director of RED I+D+I Guatemalan Association of Exporters. Central America Summit: Forging a Viable Future. Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, Texas A&M University. Creating an Enabling Environment.

    The Organ Mountains may be the most botanically diverse mountain range in New Mexico, with approximately vascular plant species. Several of these, including the Organ Mountains evening-primrose (Oenothera organensis) and smooth figwort (Scrophularia laevis), are endemic to the mountain range and occur only in small, scattered : Ken Lund from Reno, Nevada, USA. Annual Central Coast Strawberry Meeting Watsonvillle, February 5, Drosophila. spp. - aka 'Vinegar flies' New species in North America Attacks sound fruit Problem for fresh market Drosophila melanogaster and other species Always present Attacks older fruit.

    Curiously even Lundell's book on vegetation of the Peten lists both species for El Peten. I estimate that the presence of Palo de Brasil in El Peten is highly unlikely, since Palo de Brasil is at home in the very very dry desert-like area along the hills overlooking the Rio Motagua. There are several species of cacti in the same areas. Download BibTeX citations. @book{bhl, title = {American journal of conchology. }, volume = {v 1 ()}, copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is .


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Brown semicostate and costate species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) by Doris H. Blake Download PDF EPUB FB2

Brown semicostate and costate species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Washington: Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) BROWN SEMICOSTATE AND COSTATE SPECIES OF COLASPIS 3 In addition to the fulvotestacea group, I am describing 10 mis- cellaneous species, 3 of which form a group with C.

plicatula Jacoby. Other species, such as C. inconspicua Jacoby, have close relatives in South America, such as C. insidiosa Lefèvre and C. interstitialis tedly many more undescribed species. "The Brown Semicostate and Costate Species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)," Technical BulletinsUnited States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.

Allocolaspis is a genus of leaf beetles in the subfamily Eumolpinae. Species. Allocolaspis apatura Bechyné, ; Allocolaspis atrisuturalis (Blake, ); Allocolaspis belti (Jacoby, ); Allocolaspis brunnea (Jacoby, ); Allocolaspis cacaoi (Blake, ); Allocolaspis cinctella (Lefèvre, ); Allocolaspis confusa (Bowditch, ); Allocolaspis costaricensis Bechyné, Class: Insecta.

Colaspis viridiceps is a species of leaf beetle from North America. Its range spans from Arizona to New Mexico and south to Mexico.

It was first described by the American entomologist Charles Frederic August Schaeffer [] in Subspecies. There are two subspecies of C. viridiceps. Colaspis viridiceps australis Blake, ; Colaspis viridiceps viridiceps Schaeffer, Class: Insecta.

Filed under: Beetles -- Central America -- Identification. The Brown Semicostate and Costate Species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) (USDA technical bulletin #; ), by Doris Holmes Blake (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Beetles -- Mexico -- Identification.

The Brown Semicostate and Costate Species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae).

Technical Bulletin (United States. Dept. Of Agriculture) No. 1– Google Books. Flowers, R.W. La subfamilia Eumolpinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) en América Central. Revista de Biología Tropical Special Publication. The Brown Semicostate and Costate Species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) (USDA technical bulletin #; ), by Doris Holmes Blake (page images at.

The brown semicostate and costate species of Colaspis in Mexico and Central America (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Blake, Doris H. TB The brown spot needle blight of pine seedlings.

Siggers, Paul V. TB Bruising and freezing of apples in storage and transit. Rose, Dean H. and Lutz, J. TB An integrated treatment of the principal fields of classical and applied geosciences of Central America, this authoritative two-volume monograph treats the region as a whole, exploring geology, earth resources and geo-hazards across political boundaries.

It reviews the published literature, and supplements it with an abundance of information from ongoing investigations and internal reports.

Special Features of Core Drilling in the Salt Beds of Western Texas and New Mexico,USBM Information Circular, I. 13 pages and 4 figures. [Wroth, J. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Special Features of Core Drilling in the Salt Beds of Western Texas and New Mexico,USBM Information CircularAuthor: J. Wroth. List of the described species of fresh water Crustacea from America, north of Mexico. By Lucien M. Underwood, Ph. D by Underwood, Lucien Marcus, Pages: An artificial group of 17 species of Caloplaca is treated for North and Central America.

The group includes those species of the genus with brown or black apothecia and with a KOH- thallus and KOH. Invasive mollusks Tarebia granifera Lamarck, and Corbicula fluminea Müller, in the Tuxpam and Tecolutla rivers, Mexico: Spatial and seasonal distribution patterns.

We describe a new species of Cordyligaster Macquart (Diptera: Tachinidae) from Area de Conservacion Guanacaste (ACG) in northwestern Costa igaster capellii sp. n., is described and specimens of C. capellii were reared from Syngamia florella (Stoll, ) (Lepidoptera, Crambidae, Spilomelinae), a leaf-rolling caterpillar collected in ACG rain by: "The Aztec in Central America used cacao beans, from which chocolate is made, as money.

Prices varied from a few beans for a piece of fruit to several thousand for an enslaved person. Aztec merchants had to take care when selling expensive items. An illustration of the genus Cinchona?comprising descriptions of all the officinal Peruvian barks, including several new species, Baron de Humboldt's Account of the Cinchona forests of South America, and Laubert's Memoir on the different species of quinquina.

to which are added several dissertations of Don Hippolito Ruiz on various medicinal plants of South America. 1 photograph: digital, tiff file, color.

Photo, Print, Drawing Cattle amble freely along a U.S. Forest Service road, high in the San Juan Mountains of Conejos County, Colorado, near the New Mexico border. Two new species of Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) are described from Bolivia: Compsibidion woodleyi Wappes, Santos-Silva and Galileo (Cerambycinae: Neoibidionina): and Drycothaea dozieri Wappes, Santos-Silva and Galileo (Lamiinae: Calliini).

Illustrations of the new species are included. Mallodon downesii Hope, (Prioninae: Macrotomini) is reported for the first time in Costa : James E.

Wappes, Antonio Santos-Silva, Maria Helena M. Galileo. SciCom students report for global conservation site Novem The threatened migration of the monarch butterly, through drought-stricken Texas to a dwindling forest grove in central Mexico, is the focus of a news article on by current SciCom student Sarah Jane Keller.

Species diversity of both the native vegetation and the mammals is substantial in the regenerating forest. The known mammal fauna included at least 37 species of non-flying mammals and 39 species of bats.

Six species (Geoffroy’s Spider Monkey, Giant Anteater, White-lipped Peccary, Central American Red Brocket Deer, Baird’s Tapir, andCited by: Phytologia ( ) 99(4) Lycianthes textitlaniana, a New Species from Southern Mexico Ellen A.

Dean, Oscar Hinojosa-Espinosa, Daniel McNair. UC Davis Center for Plant Diversity, Plant Sciences M.S. 7, One Shields Avenue Davis, California Originating in Central America, the plant comes from the family: Asteraceae; Genus: Dahlia; species: imperialis.

Flower size is somewhere in the 4” to 6” range and colors vary from Pink to White, Lavender, and Purple. The most common color seems to be the Purple or File Size: KB.