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re-classification of the Simuliidae (diptera) of Africa and its islands.
Roger Ward Crosskey
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Re-classification of the Simuliidae (Diptera) of Africa and its islands. London, British Museum (Natural History), (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. A re-classification of the Simuliidae (Diptera) of Africa and its islands. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) (Entomology) Supplement 1– Google Scholar.
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Bound in buckram, red leather title-piece to spine, slightly scuffed, orig. wrappers retained. From the library of the author, Roger Crosskey (), British dipterist, Natural History Museum, London, specialist on blackflies (Simuliidae), with a few of his ink annotations to text. Bull. BM(NH) (Ent.) Suppl.
Notes on Simuliidae (Diptera) in Sri Re-classification of the Simuliidae book. Abstract. The Simuliidae or black flies of Sri Lanka have received little attention, although there are records in the British Museum (Natural History) (BMNH) and in the literature (Brunetti ) of adult simuliids of both sexes being collected at Peradeniya in Cited by: 1.
RW CrosskeyA re-classification of the Simuliidae (Diptera) of Africa and its Islands Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Supplement, 14 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Life-history characteristics in Simuliidae follow either an altricial or precocial pattern, but in many species combinations of both exist.
Life-history attributes in 12 simuliid species were selected and identified as following a generalised or specialised by: A Taxonomic study of the larvae of West African Simuliidae (Diptera: Nematocera) with comments on the morphology of the larval black-fly head by Crosskey, R.W.
Hardback £ The biodiversity of black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae), which are biting insects of medical and veterinary importance, is strikingly high in Southeast Asian countries, such as Indonesia, Malaysia. Used Book Availability: In stock A Taxonomic study of the larvae of West African Simuliidae (Diptera: Nematocera) with comments on the morphology of the larval black-fly head by Crosskey, R.W.
A new species of Metacnephia Crosskey (Diptera: Simuliidae) from the south of England, with notes on its habitat and biologyCited by: 4. The blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae) of Bioko (Republic of Equatorial Guinea) and the Gulf of Guinea with a description of the larvae of the ‘Pomeroy’ form of Simulium cervicornutum.
Progress in taxonomic research of black flies is summarized in an annually revised and issued article “World blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae): A comprehensive revision of the Taxonomic and Geographical Inventory” which originally was published in paper format by Crosskey (), and is an excellent and significant compilation providing up-to-date information on the classification of black flies around Cited by: 8.
The book is designed to serve as a practical reference for field entomologists and mosquito control specialists and describes the sampling methods and available trapping technologies and tools for the collection of all life-stages of mosquitoes, from egg to adult. A re-classification of the Simuliidae (Diptera) of Africa and its Islands.
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Full text of "Systematic database of Musca names (Diptera): a catalog of names associated with the genus-group name Musca Linnaeus, with information on their classification, distribution, and documentation" See other formats. Cytotaxonomic identification of Simulium damnosum complex (Diptera: Simuliidae) in Oji River area of Enugu state, Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in JOURNAL OF.
PDF | On Jan 1,Ezugbo-Nwobi. I. K. and others published Cytotaxonomic Identification of Simulium damnosum Complex in Oji River Local Government Area, Enugu State, Nigeria. |. Black flies (Simuliidae) are cosmopolite holometabolous insects. The development of early stages (egg, larva, and pupa) is bound to running water (Currie and AdlerLow et al.
), while adults are small flies that are considered as highly mobile, as they can cross more than km (Crosskey ) and have even successfully colonized distant islands (Craig et al.
).Author: Jelena Đuknić, Vladimir M Jovanović, Nataša Popović, Ivana Živić, Maja Raković, Dubravka Čerba, Momi.The name, life history stage, and geographical source of the specimens sequenced for this study are provided in Table 1. Androprosopa gillespieae (Arnaud and Boussy) and Parasimulium crosskeyi serve as distal and proximal outgroups, respectively, for each data matrix.
Generic limits within Simuliidae follow those in Crosskey’s () conspectus of the family, with some modification in light Cited by: