Authorssort descendingYearTitle
O. A. D1926Über zwei neue diluviale Helophoren-Arten
Pongrácz1926Über fossile Termiten Ungarns
L. Abney1926The occipital suture and its relation to a protocular sclerite
T. V. Ramakrishn Aiyar1926The braconid genus Aphrastobracon, Ashm.
J. M. Aldrich1926New Diptera or two-winged flies in the United States National Museum
C. P. Alexander1926Records and descriptions of tropical African crane-flies (Tipulidae, Diptera)
C. P. Alexander1926The Trichoceridae of Australia (Diptera)
R. S. Bagnall1926The family Franklinothripidae, nov., with description of a new type of Thysanopteron
R. S. Bagnall1926Fossil Thysanoptera. 4. Melanothripidae
E. D. Ball1926The genus Phyllodinus and its allies (Homoptera: Fulgoridae) including the description of the new genus and species
J. Bequaert1926The genus Eumenes, Latreille, in South Africa, with a revision of the Ethiopian species (Hymenoptera)
M. Bezzi1926Further notes on the Ethiopian fruit-flies, with keys to all the known genera and species
M. Bezzi1926South African Rhagionidae (Diptera) in the South African Museum
F. S. Bodenheimer1926Première Note sur les Cochenilles de Syrie
C. T. Brues1926Note on the Hymenopterous family Rhopalosomatidae
E. H. Bryan, Jr.1926Other orders (Isoptera). In: Insects of Hawaii, Johnston Island and Wake Island
F. M. Carpenter1926Fossil insects from the Lower Permian of Kansas
M. E. J. Chandler1926The Upper Eocene Flora of Hardle, Hants
L. E. Cheesman1926A new genus and species of Miridae (Hemiptera) from the Society Islands
W. E. CHINA1926A new subfamily of the Bythoscopidae (Jassoidea, Homoptera)
W. E. China1926A new genus and species of Jassidae injurious to maize in Kenya colony, E. Africa
T. D. A. Cockerell1926Tertiary fossil Insects from Argentina.
T. D. A. Cockerell1926A fossil orthopterous insect formelly referred to Mecoptera
T. D. A. Cockerell1926A new fossil moth from Florissant
T. D. A. Cockerell1926A new genus of chalcidoid Hymenoptera (Callimomidae)
T. D. A. Cockerell1926[fossil insects from Argentina.]
T. D. A. Cockerell1926Some Tertiary fossil Insects
J. G. Collado1926Nota sobre algunos insectos fosiles de Ribesalbes (Castellon)
G. C. Crampton1926The external anatomy of the primitive tanyderid dipteron Macrochile spectrum Loew, preserved in Baltic amber
G. C. Crampton1926A phylogenetic study of the thoracic sclerites of the psychodoid Diptera, with remarks on the interrelationships of the Nematocera.
G. C. Crampton1926A comparison of the neck and prothoracic sclerites throughout the order of insects.
E. T. Cresson, Jr1926Descriptions of new genera and species of Diptera (Ephydridae and Micropezidae)
C. J. Drake, Harris H. M.1926Notes on American Anthocoridae with descriptions of new forms
O. Duda1926Monographie der Sepsiden (Diptera). 2
R. Ebner1926Anhang einige Beobachtungen an Termitenbauten
F. W. Edwards1926The phylogeny of the nematocerous Diptera, a critical review of some recent suggestions
A. E. Emerson1926Development of a soldier of Nasutitermes (Constritotermes) cavifrons (Holmgren) and its phylogenetic significance
G. Enderlein1926Zur Kenntnis der Scatopsiden
T. Esaki1926The water-striders of the subfamily Halobatinae in the Hungarian National Museum
L. Falcoz1926Diptères pupipares
F. C. Fraser1926Two new dragonflies (Order Odonata)
F. C. Fraser1926Notes on a collection of Dragonflies (Odonata) from the Dutch East Indies and descriptions of four new species from the neighbouring continent
L. Germain1926Voyage Zoologique d'Henri Gadeau De Kerville en Syrie
A. A. Girault1926Hymenoptera minutae nova australiensis
A. A. Girault1926New pests from Australia
A. A. Girault1926Notes and descriptions of Australian chalcid-flies - V
H. A. Gleason1926The individualistic concep of the plant association
F. W. Goding1926New genera and species of Membracidae


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