Authorssort descendingYearTitle
C. P. Alexander1917The crane-flies of South Africa in the South African museum (Diptera, Tipulidae). Part I
N. Banks1917New fossorial Hymenoptera
H. G. Barber1917Synopsis keys of the Lygaeidae of the United States. Part 1
H. Bischoff1917Bernsteinhymenopteren
F. Blanchard1917Revision of the Throscidae of North America (Coleoptera)
H. Bolton1917On some insects from the British coal measure
H. Bolton1917The "Mark Stirrup" collection of fossil insects from the coal measures of Commentry (Allier), Central France
H. Bolton1917On blattoid and other insect remains from the South Staffordshire coalfield
P. P. Calvert1917Studies on Costa Rica Odonata. 7. A new genus allied to Cora
A. E. Cameron1917Fossil insects, with special reference to those of Tertiary lake deposits of the Simikameen valley
F. G. Carnochan1917Hololeptinae of the United States
G. C. Champion1917Notes on the Coleoptera recorded from "résine animée" by the rev. F.W. Hope
G. C. Champion1917On new and little-known Lagriidae from Tropical America
T. A. Chapman1917Micropteryx entitled to ordinal rank; Order Zeugloptera
T. D. A. Cockerell1917Styringomyia fossil in England.
T. D. A. Cockerell1917Arthropods in Burmese amber
T. D. A. Cockerell1917Insects in Burmese amber 1917
T. D. A. Cockerell1917A fossil tsetse fly and other Diptera from Florissant, Colorado
T. D. A. Cockerell1917Descriptions of fossil insects
T. D. A. Cockerell1917New Tertiary insects
T. D. A. Cockerell1917Some fossil insects from Florissant, Colorado.
T. D. A. Cockerell1917Fossil Insects
T. D. A. Cockerell1917Fossil insects. + Appendix
G. C. Crampton1917A phylogenetic study of the terminal abdominal segments and appendages in some female apterygotan and lower pterygotan insects.
G. C. Crampton1917A phylogenetic study of the larval and adult head in Neuroptera, Mecoptera, Diptera, and Trichoptera
G. C. Crampton1917A comparison of the antennae of the Grylloblattidae and Embiidae to demonstrate the relationship of these two groups of insects.
G. C. Crampton1917The nature of the veracervix or neck region in insects.
D. L. Crawford1917Philippine and Asiatic Psyllidae
R. A. Cushman1917A revision of hymenopterous insects of the tribe Cremastini of America north of Mexico.
W. L. Distant1917Descriptions of some Ethiopian and Australian Homoptera
I. DWORAKOWSKA, Viraktamath C. A.1917On Some Indiann Erythroneurini (Auchenorrhyncha, Cicadellidae, Typhlocybinae)
H. C. Fall1917A new genus and species of Buprestidae (Coleoptera)
A. B. Gahan1917Descriptions of some new parasitic Hymenoptera
P. Garman1917The Zygoptera, or damsel-flies of Illinois
C. P. Gillette1917Two new aphid genera and some new species
A. A. Girault1917A new genus or subgenus of pachyneurine chalcid-flies
A. A. Girault1917New North American Hymenoptera of the family Eulophidae 1917
F. Hendel1917Beiträge zur Kenntnis der acalypteraten Musciden
F. Hendel1917Beiträge zur Kenntnis der acalyptraten Musciden
A. H. Hollinger1917Taxonomic value of antennal segments of certain Coccidae
K. Holmgren, Holmgren N.1917Report on a collection of termites from India
J. A. Hyslop1917The phylogeny of the Elateridae based on larval characters
D. Isely1917A synopsis of the petiolate wasps of the family Eumenidae (Hymenoptera), found in America north of Mexico
C. H. Kennedy1917Notes on the life history and ecology of the dragonflies (Odonata) of central California and Nevada
C. H. Kennedy1917Notes on the penes of Zygoptera (Odonata). 3. The penes in Neoneura and related genera
C. H. Kennedy1917[larva of Palaemmema, Odonata Platystictae]
C. H. Kennedy1917Notes on the penes of Zygoptera (Odonata). 2. The close relations inter se of the Hawaiian Agrionines
J. J. Kieffer1917Neue Scelioniden aus den Philippinen-Inseln 1917
J. J. Kieffer1917Über neue und bekannte Microhymenopteren


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