Literature

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J. M. Aldrich1922A new genus of two-winged fly with mandible-like labella
J. M. Aldrich1922A new genus of Helomyzidae
C. P. Alexander1922Undescribed crane-flies (Tanyderidae andTipulidae) in the South Australian museum
C. P. Alexander1922New or little-known species of Australian Tipulidae (Diptera)
C. P. Alexander1922New or little-known crane-flies in the Queensland Museum (Tipulidae, Diptera)
G. J. Arrow1922Coleoptera, Erotylidae and Endomychidae from the Seychelles, Chagos, and Amirantes Islands
C. Aurivillius1922Neue oder wenig bekannte Coleoptera Longicornia. 18
C. Aurivillius1922Neue Cerambyciden aus der Sammlung G. VAN ROON, beschrieben von
A. C. Baker1922Two new Aphis from Baltic amber
E. D. Ball, Hartzell A.1922A review of the desert leafhoppers of the Orgerini (Rhynchota Fulgoridae)
J. Bathellier1922Sur le rôle des soldats de l'Eutermes matongensis
T. Becker1922Dipterologische Studien. Dolichopodinae der Indo-Australischen Region
A. M. Bell1922On the Pleistocene and later Tertiary British insects
K. G. Blair1922A new genus and some new species of Mordellidae
B. N. Blood, Kryger J. P.1922A new mymarid from Brockenhurst
H. Bolton1922A monograph of the fossil insects of the British coal measures
J. C. Bradley1922The taxonomy of the masarid wasps, including a monograph on the North American species
H. A. Z. E. L. E. L. I. S. A. B. E. T. H. BRANCH1922A CONTRIBUTION TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE INTERNAL ANATOMY OF TRICHOPTERA
C. T. Brues1922The embolemid genus Pedinoma in North America
C. T. Brues1922On the hymenopterous genus Harpagocryptus and its allies
C. T. Brues1922Some parasitic Hymenoptera from New Zealand
C. T. Brues1922Parasitic Hymenoptera from the Fiji islands
C. T. Brues1922Conoaxima, a new genus of the hymenopterous family Eurytomidæ, with a description of its larva and pupa
T. L. Casey1922Studies in the rhynchophorous subfamily Barinae of the Brazilian fauna
G. C. Champion1922The Dasytinae of South Africa (Coleoptera)
L. Chopard1922Orthoptères et Dermaptères.
T. D. A. Cockerell1922Two families of insects new to British Tertiary strata.
T. D. A. Cockerell1922New name for a fossil tipulid fly
T. D. A. Cockerell1922A fossil moth from Florissant, Colorado
T. D. A. Cockerell1922The fossil sawflies of Florissant, Colorado
T. D. A. Cockerell1922Some Eocene insects from Colorado and Wyoming
T. D. A. Cockerell1922Fossil arthropods in the British Museum. 8. Homoptera from Gurnet Bay, Isle of Wight
T. D. A. Cockerell1922A new fossil longicorn beetle.
T. D. A. Cockerell1922An ancient wasp
T. D. A. Cockerell1922Fossils in Burmese amber
G. C. Crampton1922Evidences of relationship indicated by the venation of the forewings of certain insects with special reference to the Hemiptera-Homoptera
G. C. Crampton1922A comparison of the first maxillae of apterygotan insects and Crustacea from the standpoint of phylogeny.
G. C. Crampton1922Notes on the relationships indicated by the venation of the wings of insects
G. C. Crampton1922The genitalia of the males of certain Hemiptera (Heteroptera) and Homoptera.
R. A. Cushman1922On the Ashmead manuscript species of Ichneumonidae of Mrs. Slosson's Mount Washington lists.
W. J. Dakin1922Some new Asilidae from Western Australia
H. Desbordes1922Les Exosternini de la faune ethiopienne [Coleoptera Histeridae] Tableaux de determination et catalogue
O. Duda1922Liodrosophila und Sphaerogastrella, zwei neue, zu den Drosophiliden und nicht zu den Camilliden gehörige Dipteren-Gattungen aus Shdostasien
F. W. Edwards1922A synopsis of adult Oriental culicine (including megarhinine and sabethine) mosquitoes. Part I.
F. W. Edwards1922A synopsis of adult Oriental culicine (including megarhinine and sabethine) mosquitoes. Part II
F. W. Edwards1922Deuterophlebia mirabilis, gen. et sp. n., a remarkable dipterous insect from Kashmir
F. W. Edwards1922A note on the Jurassic dipteron Platyura fittoni Brodie
F. W. Edwards1922XI. A revision of the genus Harpagomyia de Meij. (Diptera, Culicidae)
F. W. Edwards1922A new fungus-feeding gall-midge
E. A. Elliot1922Monograph of the hymenopterous family Stephanidae

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith