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Revision of the species of the genus Euchromius Guenée, 1845 (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae, Crambinae) occurring in the Afrotropical region

R. T. A. Schouten

Revision of the species of the genus Euchromius Guenée, 1845 (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae, Crambinae) occurring in the Afrotropical region

by R. T. A. Schouten

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Published by Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie in Leiden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pyralidae -- Classification.,
  • Moths -- Africa -- Classification.,
  • Moths -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 41.

    Statementby R.T.A. Schouten.
    SeriesZoologische verhandelingen -- no. 244
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22378506M

    Get this from a library! Review of new world moths of genus Euchromius Guenée with descriptions of two new species (Lepidoptera: Crambidae). [Hahn William Capps; Smithsonian Institution.]. Two new species of Petrophila Guilding (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) from northcentral Arizona, U.S.A. Revision of the genera Euchromius (Guenée and Miyakea Marumo) Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Crambinae Review of New World moths of genus Euchromius Guenee with descriptions of two new species (Lepidoptera: Crambidae).

    Revision of the Afrotropical species of the genus Caffrocrambus. I: the angulilinea and homerus species groups with the description of a new genus and new species (Lepidoptera Pyralidae). - Bollettino della Società entomologica italiana (2)– A new species of Euchromius Guenée, (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Crambinae) from Australia Volume , Page A new species of Austrodecus (Pycnogonida) from New South Wales, Australia.

    Revision of the North American genera Tetracis Guenee and synonymization of Synaxis Hulst with descriptions of three new species (Lepidoptera: Geometridae: Ennominae) Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Zootaxa, issue Page(s): Publisher: Publication Place: ISBN/ISSN: Notes: Reference for: Tetracis crocallata. The genus Dociostaurus, Fieb., which is synonymous with Stauronotus, Fisch., includes several species of locusts and grasshoppers injurious to agriculture in South-Eastern Europe, Central and Western Asia and North Africa, the well known Moroccan locust (Dociostaurus maroccanus, Thunb.) being one of the worst pests in Algeria, Tunisia, Asia Minor, the Caucasus and Turkestan.


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Revision of the species of the genus Euchromius Guenée, 1845 (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae, Crambinae) occurring in the Afrotropical region by R. T. A. Schouten Download PDF EPUB FB2

Euchromius Guenée, Euchromius Guenée Eromene Hübner, []: (nome praeoccupatumn) Ommatopteryx Kirby, (nomen novu prom Euchromius Guenée) Type species Tinea: bella Hübner. The genus is characterized by: 1.

Euchromius geminus is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found in Kenya. The length of the forewings is about mm. The groundcolour of the forewings is creamy white, densely suffused with ochreous to dark brown scales.

The hindwings are creamy white to light brown with a darkly bordered termen. Adults have been recorded in : Crambidae. The Afrotropical species of the genus Euchromius Guenée are revised.

Eighteen species are treated of which nine are new, labellum, locustus, nigrobasalis, erum, aris, donum, geminus, tanalis and gnathosellus.

A key is provided together with full (re)descriptions of each species, with notes on distribution and by: 2. Fazekas, I.: Revision of the Hungarian Euchromius Guenée, species (Lepidoptera: Crambidae).

Abstract: Hungarian Euchromius are revised 1845 book list of localities is provided. Structure of genitalia and mor-phological characteristics of wings are illustrated by : Imre Fazekas.

Euchromius locustus is a species of moth in the family is found in Tanzania, Zaire and Zambia. The length of the forewings is 14–17 mm. The groundcolour of the forewings is creamy white, densely suffused with ochreous to dark brown : Crambidae.

Euchromius matador is a species of moth in the family is found in eastern Zaire and western Tanzania. The habitat consists of moist woodland, savanna areas and montane areas (up to 1, meters). The length of the forewings is 20–24 mm.

Revision of the species of the genus Euchromius Guenée, (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Crambinae) occurring in the Afrotropical region Zool. Verh. Schouten, A new species of Euchromius Guenée, (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Crambinae) from. Revision of the species of the Genus Euchromius Guenée, (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Crambinae) occurring in the Afrotropical Region.

By R.T.A. Schouten. Abstract. The Afrotropical species of the genus Euchromius Guenée are revised. Eighteen species are treated of which nine are new, labellum, locustus, nigrobasalis, erum, aris, donum. Part XXIX. On Some Species of the Genus Euchromius Gn.

Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia, 5(6): – Full article (PDF). Reference page. Błeszyński, S. New genera and species of tropical Crambinae (Studies on the Crambinae, Lepidoptera, Pyralidae, Part 48). Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 1– Full article (PDF). Reference page. The Afrotropical species of the genus Euchromius Guenée are revised.

Eighteen species are treated of which nine are new, labellum, locustus, nigrobasalis, erum, aris, donum, geminus, tanalis and. In this study the specimens belonging to the genus Euchromius held in Hayk Mirzayans Insect Museum (HMIM) of Plant Pests and Diseases Research Institute (PPDRI), are examined and revised.

Identification keys for the Iranian species, their diagnostic characters, differences with the original descriptions and the distribution of the species are provided. Review of New World moths of genus Euchromius Guenee with descriptions of two new species (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) Hahn W.

Capps. Proceedings of. Bleszynski, S., A revision of the genus Culladia Moore (Studies on the Crambinae: Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: A study on the genera Metaeuchromius Bleszynski, Euchromius Guenée and Miyakea Marumo from China, with descriptions of two new species of Metaeuchromius (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Crambinae).

Euchromius nigrobasalis is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found in Zimbabwe and South Africa. The length of the forewings is 12–16 mm. The groundcolour of the forewings is white, densely suffused with dark brown to black scales. The hindwings are grey with a darkly bordered termen.

Euchromius zephyrus is a species of moth in the family is found in Senegal, Mali, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria. The length of the forewings is 16–18 mm. The groundcolour of the forewings is creamy white, densely suffused with ochreous to dark brown scales.

Bassi, G., Revision of the Afrotropical species of the genus Caffrocrambus I: the angulilinea and homerus species groups with the description of a new genus and new species (Lepidoptera Pyralidae Crambinae). Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana (2): – Fazekas, I.: Revision of the Hungarian Euchromius Guenée, species (Lepidoptera: Crambidae).

Abstract: Hungarian Euchromius are revised and list of localities is provided. The genus Euchromius G UENÉE, comprises 12 species (S PEIDEL ), but only E. ocellea (H AWOR TH, ) species of this group has been reported from Poland (B USZK O, N OWACKI ). In Slovenia only one species of the genus Euchromius – E.

superbellus (Zeller, ) was known until now. ocelleus can be easily distinguished from E. superbellus by longer, elongated forewings, which are crossed by two yellowish cross-lines, which run obliquely on the wing. For other identification details see Slamka ().

A new species and four additional records of Lobesia from Japan (Lepidoptera, Torticidae). Japanese Journal of Entomology Online. Reference page. Bae, Y.-S. & Komai, F. A revision of the Japanese species of the genus Lobesia Guenee (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae), with description of a new subgenus.

Tyô to Ga –. A review of the species from the genus Rhodophaea Guenée, (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae: Phycitinae) in the fauna of Russian Far East. Amurian zoological journal 4(3): Full article (PDF).Reference page. Yamanaka, H. Revision of the Japanese Etielloides Shibuya (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae, Phycitinae), with description of a new species.One example of a plant genus containing many species is Rosa, which contains more than species of contrast, the genus Ginkgo is monotypic, containing only the common ginkgo (also called the maidenhair tree).

Among animals, for example, the species of horses and zebras form the genus Equus, whereas the hawksbill sea turtle is the only member of the genus Eretmochelys.Ants belonging to the genus Gnamptogenys are important and diverse predators in the forests of the tropics of the Americas, Southeast Asia and Australasia.

The recent rapid accumulation of these ants in collections rendered the last revision obsolete, raising the number of known species from about 80 to over a species worldwide. The present study recognizes 49 Old World species, almost.