Authorssort descendingYearTitle
J. Achard1925Synopsis des Cosmogramma (Col. Chrysomelidae).
J. M. Aldrich1925Notes on muscoid flies with retracted hind crossvein, with key and several new genera and species
J. M. Aldrich1925A new genus and species of two-winged flies of the family Chloropidae injuring manihot in Brazil
C. P. Alexander1925New or little-known Tipulidae (Diptera). XXVI- Palaearctic species
C. P. Alexander1925New or little-known Tipulidae ( Diptera ).--XXVI. Palaearctik Species
C. P. Alexander1925New species of two-winged flies from Western North America belonging to the family Tipulidae
C. Alluaud1925Description d'un Carabique nouveau de l'île Maurice : Orophicus Antelmei, nov. gen., n. sp. [avec la pi. 1]
J. Bequaert1925The genus Ancistrocerus (Hymenoptera, Vespidae) in North America, with a partial key to species
J. Bequaert1925Notes on Hippoboscidae
L. Berland1925Hyménoptères vespiformes. 1 (Sphegidae, Pompilidae, Scoliidae, Sapygidae, Mutillidae)
W. S. Blatchley1925Some additional new species of Heteroptera from the Southern United States, with characterization of a new genus
H. Bolton1925Fossil insects 1925
C. T. Brues1925Scyphodon, an anomalous genus of Hymenoptera of doubtful affinities
E. BRUNETTI1925Notes on Oriental Bibionidae, with descriptions of new species
J. C. Chamberlin1925Supplement to a monograph of the Lacciferidae (Tachardiinae) or lac insects (Homopt., Coccidae)
T. D. A. Cockerell1925Tertiary Insects from Argentina
T. D. A. Cockerell1925The Eocene fossil fly Eophlebomyia
T. D. A. Cockerell1925Tertiary insects from Kudia River, Maritime Province, Siberia
T. D. A. Cockerell1925A fossil fish of the family Callichthyidae
T. D. A. Cockerell1925Description and records of bees. 106
T. D. A. Cockerell1925A new fossil dragonfly from Florissant
T. D. A. Cockerell1925A new locality for Jurassic insects
T. D. A. Cockerell1925Tertiary fossil Insects from Argentina
T. D. A. Cockerell, Custer C.1925A new fossil Inocellia (Neuroptera) from Florissant
T. D. A. Cockerell, Harris R. C.1925The wings of the meloid beetles
T. D. A. Cockerell, Snyder T. E.1925Termite synonymy, Ulmeriella bauckhorni Meunier and Macrohodotermes Fuller
T. D. A. Cockerell, Snyder T. E.1925A fossil termite from Germany
R. L. Collins1925A Lower Eocene termite from Tennessee
H. Compere1925A new genus and species of Aphelinidae (Hymenoptera) from China
G. C. Crampton1925A phylogenetic study of the thoracic sclerites of the non-tipuloid nematocerous Diptera
G. C. Crampton1925The external anatomy of the head and abdomen of the roach, Periplaneta americana.
R. A. Cushman1925New genera and species of ichneumon-flies.
H. Desordes1925Description d'un genre nouveau et d'une espèce nouvelle d'Histérides [COL.]
C. J. Drake1925A new genus and new species of Tingitidae from Madagascar
O. Duda1925Monographie der Sepsidae (Diptera). 1
A. V. Bachofen-Echt1925Mikrophotographien von Bernsteininsekten (Votrage und Diskussionen auf der Eichstatter tagung 1924)
F. W. Edwards1925A synopsis of British Bibionidae and Scatopsidae (Diptera)
F. W. Edwards1925British fungus-gnats (Mycetophilidae) with a revised generic classification of the family
A. E. Emerson1925The termites of Kartabo, Bartica district, British Guiana
C. Emery1925Hymenoptera fam. Formicidae subfam. Formicinae
G. Enderlein1925Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Copeognathen IX.
J. C. FAURE1925A new genus and five new species of South African Thysanoptera
J. Feytaud1925Existe-t-il plusieurs races de Reticulitermes lucifugus Rosa?
W. S. Fisher1925A revision of the West Indian Coleoptera of the family Buprestidae
E. FLEUTIAUX1925Descriptions de deux genres nouveaux à'Elateridae
E. FLEUTIAUX1925Descriptions de deux genres nouveaux d'Elateridae
W. T. M. Forbes1925The hypothetical wing of the Hymenoptera
R. Forsius1925J. B. Corporaal's Tenthredinoiden-Ausbeute aus Sumatra


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