3 edition of Nearctic sawflies I, the adults and larvae of the subfamily Blennocampinae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) found in the catalog.
Nearctic sawflies I, the adults and larvae of the subfamily Blennocampinae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae)
David R. Smith (art historian)
Written in English
|Statement||by David Rollins Smith.|
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|Pagination||388 leaves, bound|
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All adult collection records and observations on larvae (here, and by Supatashvili et al. , suggest that E. exarmata is univoltine, flying soon after bud-break in spring, with. Current major projects are the Tenthredinidae of America south of the U.S., the final part of a treatment of neotropical Symphyta; a guide to the sawflies of the mid-Atlantic states, with emphasis on Virginia; impact of Dimilin application on non-target Symphyta at Fernow Experimental Forest, W. Va.; handbook of North American sawflies, adults.
Smetana, A. Revision of the Subfamily Helophorinae of the Nearctic Region (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae). Memoirs of the Entomology Society of Canada , pp. Smith, D. R. Nearctic sawflies I. Blennocampinae: Adults and larvae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). Smith, D. R. The Nearctic sawflies of the genus Hemitaxonus Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington – Smith, D. R. A new Profenusa (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) from red oak, with keys to the adults and known larvae of the Nearctic species. Annals of the.
Adults: Head and thorax are black, with some yellow parts including mouthparts. Legs and abdomen mainly yellow, wings suffused with brown. Eggs: Smooth, white and oblong measuring 1 mm by 4 mm. Larvae: Caterpillar-like, growing from 2–4 mm to 16–21 mm. Pupae: Shorter and fatter measuring 8 mm in length, and become increasingly melanized. Xenapates larvae and pupae. Tenthredinidae is the largest family of sawflies, with well over 7, species worldwide,  divided into genera. Larvae are typically herbivores and feed on the foliage of trees and shrubs, with occasional exceptions that are leaf miners, stem borers, or gall makers. The larvae of externally feeding species resemble small caterpillars.
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Smith Full view - NEARCTIC SAWFLIES in. Heterarthrinae: Adults and Larvae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) By DAVID R. SMITH, entoTnologist, Systematic Entomology Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service The Heterarthrinae are represented in America north of Mexico by 37 species in 12 genera and three tribes.
This subfamily includes. Nearctic sawflies, Volume Nearctic sawflies, David Rollins Smith Issues ; Issue ; Issue of Technical bulletin (United States. Department of Agriculture) Author: David Rollins Smith: Publisher: U.S.
Agricultural Research Service: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. nearctic sawflies iv. allantinae: adults and larvae (hymenoptera: tenthredinidae) by david r. smith„ united states technical prepared by kuq» department op bulletin science and. Nearctic sawflies I, the adults and larvae of the subfamily Blennocampinae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) Seventy-two species of Blennocampinae in 21 genera and six tribes\ud are known from the Nearctic region.
The adults and known larvae of\ud all species and genera are keyed, described and illistrated. A\ud definition of the subfamily.
Tenthredinidae is the largest family of sawflies, with well over 7, species worldwide, divided into genera. Larvae are herbivores and typically feed on the foliage of trees and shrubs, with occasional exceptions that are leaf miners, stem borers, or gall makers.
The larvae of externally feeding species resemble small caterpillars. As with all hymenopterans, common sawflies undergo.
Sawflies are the insects of the suborder Symphyta within the order Hymenoptera alongside ants, bees and wasps. The common name comes from the saw-like appearance of the ovipositor, which the females use to cut into the plants where they lay their name is associated especially with the Tenthredinoidea, by far the largest superfamily in the suborder, with about 7, known species; in.
All three noted from Norfolk but the only recent records are by James Emerson with an adult of P. albida at Whitlingham in and a larva of albida/pubescens at Wayland Wood in Tribe Fenusini Most of the leaf-mining sawflies fall within this tribe.
Benson previously had Heterarthrus in a separate subfamily, but it has now been brought. Larvae of the sawfly subfamily Allantinae (Hy- but has also been observed in the Blennocampinae and Allantinae of the Tenthredinidae Nearctic sawflies IV.
Allantinae: Adults and larvae. NEARCTIC SAWFLIES. Blennocampinae: Adults and Larvae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) By DAVID R.
SMITH, entomolog(,;t, Systematic Entomology Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service. The subfamily Blennocampinae is a group of rather hetero geneous species, most of which are confined to the humid tem.
NEARCTIC SAWFLIES IV. Allantinae: Adults and Larvae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) By DAVID R. SMITH, entomologist Abstract ^ The sawfly subfamily Allantinae is revised for North America. Sixty-four species, 15 genera, and 3 tribes are characterized in- cluding species from Mexico and Guatemala, which are southern extensions of northern genera.
Eutomostethus luteiventris can reach a length of 5–7 millimetres (– in). Head, antennae and thorax are shining black. Abdomen is orange, with black.
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Seventy-two species of Blennocampinae in 21 genera and six tribes are known from the Nearctic region. The adults and known larvae of all species and genera are keyed, described and illistrated.
A definition of the subfamily, a review of previous work, a table of host-plant associations, and a discussion of the relationships of the taxa are also. In this fourth part of a series on Nearctic sawflies, the author revises the subfamily Allantinae from North America.
A total of 64 species, 15 genera and 3 tribes is characterised. Species from Mexico and Guatemala, which are southern extensions of northern genera, are included. Larvae of allantine species feed on the foliage of wild and cultivated roses, strawberries, dogwood [Cornus], willow.
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The iris sawfly (Rhadinoceraea micans) is a species of sawfly in the family Tenthredinidae. Native to Europe, the larvae — more often noticed than the adults — can occur in large numbers causing damage to garden plants such as the yellow iris or flag, Iris pseudacorus.
Smith, David R., "Nearctic Sawflies: I. Blennocampinae: Adults and Larvae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae)," Technical BulletinsUnited States Department.
Sawflies are a group insects related to wasps that get their common name from the saw-like appearance of the ovipositor, which females use to cut slits in stems or leaves to lay their eggs.
The plant-feeding larvae often look like caterpillars or slugs, and many are quite noticeable because they often stay together to feed in groups and quickly cause noticeable defoliation on their hosts. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.The genera and species of the Nearctic Dolerini (Symphyta, Tenthredinidae, Selandriinae): Classification and phylogeny Expanding ranges for four species of invasive sawflies (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) in the eastern United States Nearctic sawflies.
IV. Allantinae: Adults and larvae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) Nearctic sawflies. III. Smith D. R. Nearctic sawflies. II. Selandriinae: Adults (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) Agricultural Research Service Technical Bulletin.
; – Smith D. R. Key to genera of Nearctic Argidae (Hymenoptera) with revisions of the genera Atomacera Say and Sterictiphora Billberg.
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