Authorssort descendingYearTitle
J. M. Aldrich1923New genera of two-winged flies of the subfamily Leptogastrinae of the family Asilidae
C. P. Alexander1923Undescribed crane flies from Formosa and Luzon (Tipulida, diptera)
C. P. Alexander1923Undescribed crane-flies from Formosa and Luzon (Tipulidae, Diptera)
G. J. Arrow1923New Erotylidae
E. E. Austen1923A revision of the family Pantaphthalmidae (Diptera) with description of new species and a new genus
R. S. Bagnall1923Fossil Thysanoptera. 1. Terebrantia, part 1
C. F. Baker1923The Jassoidea related to the Stenocotidae with special reference to Malaya species
P. J. Barraud1923A revision of the Culicine Mosquitoes of India
P. J. Barraud1923A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part I. The genera Stegomyia, Theo. and Christophersiomyia gen. n. adult stage
J. Bathellier1923Note sur les rapports d'un nid d'Eutermes matongensis Haviland avec un nid de Microtermes
J. Bathellier1923Rectificatif à propos des nids d'Eutermes
E. Benderitter1923Quelques Rutélides nouveaux [COL.] (10e note)
E. Bergroth1923On the systematic position of the genera Dismegistus Am. S. and Parastrachia Dist
E. Bergroth1923A new genus of Miridae (Hem. Het.) from Java
E. Bergroth1923Two new Opisthoplatyinae (Hem., Reduviidae)
M. Bezzi1923Fissicorn Tachinidae, with description of new forms from Australia and South America
K. G. Blair1923Some coleopterous remains from the peat bed at Cowdenglen, Renfrewshire
K. G. Blair1923Some coleopterous remains from the peat-bed at Wolvercote, Oxfordshire
C. T. Brues1923Some new fossil parasitic Hymenoptera from Baltic amber
C. T. Brues1923A new genus of myrmecophilous Phoridae with notes on some related forms
C. T. Brues1923A fossil genus of Dinapsidae from Baltic amber (Hymenoptera)
C. T. Brues1923Ancient insects; fossils in amber and other deposits
E. Brunetti1923Diptera. Vol. III. Pipunculidae, Syrphidae, Conopidae, Oestridae.
J. Brèthes1923Note sur un genre et une espèce de Coccinetiides australiens passés inaperçus
J. Brèthes1923Description de deux nouveaux Coléoptères du Chili
J. Brèthes1923Note sur un genre et une espèce de Coccinellides australiens passés inaperçus
E. Bugnion1923Remarques sur la note de M. Bathelier
H. Campion1923Descriptions of three species of Notogomphus (Odonata) from East Africa. [Mesogomphus Handlirsch, 1906 = Necrogomphus nom. nov.]
H. J. Carter1923Revision of the genera Ethon, Cisseis and their allies (Buprestidae).
J. C. Chamberlin1923A revision of the genus Anisembia, with description of a new species from the Gulf of California.
J. C. Chamberlin1923A monograph of the Tachardiinae or lac insects
G. C. CHAMPION1923XVI. Coleoptera from the Seychelks : Lampyridae, Helodidae, Cantharkhe, Melyridae, and supplement to Cleridae
G. C. CHAMPION1923Some Indian Coleoptera (10-12)
M. E. J. Chandler1923The geological history of the genus Stratiotes: an account of the evolutionary changes which have occured within the genus during the Tertiary and Quaternary times.
L. Chopard1923Description d'un Gryllide cavernicole de la Jamaïque [ORTH.]
P. W. Claassen1923New species of North American Plecoptera
L. R. Cleveland1923Correlation between the food and morphology of termites and the presence of intestinal protozoa
L. R. Cleveland1923Symbiosis between termites and their intestinal Protozoa
T. D. A. Cockerell1923A new genus of mayflies from the Miocene of Florissant, Colorado
T. D. A. Cockerell1923Two fossil Hymenoptera from Florissant (Vespidae, Megachilidae)
T. D. A. Cockerell1923Fossil insects from the Eocene of Texas
T. D. A. Cockerell1923The earliest known ponerine ant.
T. D. A. Cockerell1923A fossil caddis-case.
T. D. A. Cockerell1923Insects in amber from South America 1923
T. D. A. Cockerell, Sandhouse G. A.1923Some Eocene insects of the family Fulgoridae 1923
F. R. Cole1923A revision of the North American two-winged flies of the family Therevidae
G. C. Crampton1923A comparison of the labium in certain holometabolous insects from the standpoint of phylogeny
G. C. Crampton1923A comparison of terminal abdominal structures of the adult alate female of the primitive termite Mastotermes darwiniensis with those of the roach, Periplaneta americana


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