All Title Author
Keywords Abstract

Publish in OALib Journal
ISSN: 2333-9721
APC: Only $99

ViewsDownloads

Relative Articles

Defensive Glands of the Darkling Beetle Mesomorphus villiger Blanchard (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)

Comparative descriptions of the pupae of five species of the Culicoides imicola complex (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae) from South Africa

Cría de ulomoides dermestoides, coleoptera: tenebrionidae, en tres tipos de sustrato

HáBITOS ALIMENTICIOS DEL GéNERO GYRIOSOMUS GUéRIN-MéNEVILLE, 1834 (COLEOPTERA: TENEBRIONIDAE): ?QUé COMEN LAS VAQUITAS DEL DESIERTO COSTERO?

ROLE AND PLACE IN AGROECOSYSTEMS SOIL COLEOPTERA INSECTS (CARABIDAE, SCARABAEIDAE, ELATERIDAE, TENEBRIONIDAE) - PESTS OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS OF THE REPUBLIC OF DAGESTAN Роль и место в агроэкосистемах почвенных жесткокрылых насекомых (Coleoptera: Саrаbidае, Scarabaeidае, Elateridae, Теnebrionidае) - вредителей сельскохозяйственных культур Республики Дагестан

HáBITOS ALIMENTICIOS DEL GéNERO GYRIOSOMUS GUéRIN-MéNEVILLE, 1834 (COLEOPTERA: TENEBRIONIDAE): QUé COMEN LAS VAQUITAS DEL DESIERTO COSTERO? FOOD HABITS OF THE GENUS GYRIOSOMUS GUéRIN-MéNEVILLE, 1834 (COLEOPTERA: TENEBRIONIDAE): WHAT DO THE VAQUITAS OF THE COASTAL DESERT EAT?

Sobre la presencia de Nyctelia Fitzroyi Waterhouse, 1981 y Nyctelia Solieri Waterhouse, 1841 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) en la Región de Magallanes

A New Genus and Two New Species of the Tribe Blaptini in China(Coleoptera:Tenebrionidae)
中国琵甲族一新属二新种(鞘翅目:拟步甲科)

PRIMEROS REGISTROS PARA CHILE DE DOS ESPECIES DE PILOBALIA BURMEISTER, 1875 (COLEOPTERA, TENEBRIONIDAE) FIRST RECORDS FOR CHILE OF THE TWO SPECIES OF PILOBALIA BURMEISTER, 1875 (COLEOPTERA, TENEBRIONIDAE)

PRIMEROS REGISTROS PARA CHILE DE DOS ESPECIES DE PILOBALIA BURMEISTER, 1875 (COLEOPTERA, TENEBRIONIDAE)

More...
ZooKeys  2013 

Descriptions of eleven Opatrini pupae (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) from China

DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.291.4780

Keywords: Tenebrionidae , Opatrini , pupa , taxonomy , China

Full-Text   Cite this paper   Add to My Lib

Abstract:

The pupal stage of eleven Opatrini species occuring in the northern China are described and a key for their identifiaction is provided. The species are Scleropatrum horridum horridum Reitter, Gonocephalum reticulatum Motschulsky, Opatrum (Opatrum) subaratum Faldermann, Eumylada potanini (Reitter), E. punctifera (Reitter), Penthicus (Myladion) alashanicus (Reichardt), P. (Myladion) nojonicus (Kaszab), Myladina unguiculina Reitter, Melanesthes (Opatronesthes) rugipennis Reitter, M. (Melanesthes) maxima maxima Ménétriès and M. (Melanesthes) jintaiensis Ren.

Full-Text

comments powered by Disqus