Literature

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
J. M. Aldrich1927DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW AND LITTLE KNOWN DIPTERA OR TWO-WINGED FLIES
C. P. Alexander1927Diptera family Cylindrotomidae
C. P. Alexander1927Diptera family Tipulidae subfamily Cylindrotomidae
C. P. Alexander1927Records and descriptions of Neotropical crane-flies (Tipulidae, Diptera) 3
C. P. Alexander1927The interpretation of the radial field of the wing in the nematocerous Diptera, with special reference to the Tipulidae
C. P. Alexander1927New or little known Nearctic species of Trichopteridae. Part 1
C. P. Alexander1927The Oriental Tipulidae in the collection of the Indian Musuem
G. Astre1927Le bassin néogène de Bellver
R. S. Bagnall1927Contributions towards a knowledge of the European Thysanoptera. 3
N. Banks1927Revision of the Nearctic Myrmeleonidae
J. Bathellier1927Contribution à l'étude systématique et biologique des termites de l'Indochine
J. Bathellier1927Contribution à l'étude systématique et biologique des termites de l'Indochine
J. Bathellier1927Sur les dommages causés par deux especes de Coptotermes indochinois
G. A. H. Bedford1927Description of a new genus and species of Anoplura (Lemurphthirus galagus) from a lemur
E. Bergroth1927Hemiptera Heteroptera from New Zealand.
M. Bernhauer1927Neue Kurzflügler aus Neu-Guinea (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)
E. W. Berry1927A new type of caddis case from the Lower Eocene of Tennessee
M. Bezzi1927A new genus and species of borborid flies from South America
M. Bezzi1927Some Calliphoridae (Dipt.) from the South Pacific Islands and Australia
K. G. Blair1927Insects remains from oil sand in Trinidad
K. G. Blair1927Insect remains from oil sand in Trinidad
F. E. Blaisdell1927A blind beetle excavated from an Egyptian city's ruins dating between 117 and 233 A.D
J. Brèthes1927Nouveaux Hyménoptères parasites du Chili
F. M. CARPENTER1927A fossil insect from the Lower Permian of the Grand Canyon
F. M. Carpenter1927Notes on a collection of amber ants
A. Carpentier1927Empreintes végétales des schistes dévoniens de la carrière Sainte-Anne (Chalonnes) et la carrière de Châteaupanne (Montjean) (Maine-et-Loire)
E. A. Chapin1927A new genus and species of Staphylinidae from Sze-Chuan, China
W. China1927A new genus and species of Capsidae (Heteroptera) from the flowers of Cola acuminata in Sierra Leone
L. Chopard1927Descriptions de gryllides nouveaux.
B. Chopra1927The Indian Ephemeroptera (Mayflies). Part I. - The sub-order Ephemeroidea: Families Palingeniidae and Polymitarcidae
T. D. A. Cockerell1927Beetles of the genus Donacia from the Pleistocene of Vancouvert Island, British Columbia
T. D. A. Cockerell1927Fossil insects from the Miocene of Colorado
T. D. A. Cockerell1927New light on the giant fossil may-flies of Mongolia
T. D. A. Cockerell1927The Carboniferous insects of Maryland
T. D. A. Cockerell1927Fossil insects in the British Museum
T. D. A. Cockerell1927Hymenoptera and a caddis larva from the Miocene of Colorado
T. D. A. Cockerell1927A new fossil dragonfly from the Eocene of Colorado
T. D. A. Cockerell1927New name for a trichopterous genus
T. D. A. Cockerell1927Tertiary fossil insects from Eastern Oregon. pp. 64-65. In: Ghaney, R.W. (ed.). Geology and Paleontology of the Crooked River basin, with special reference to the Bridge Creek flora
J. E. Collin1927On some characters of possible generic importance in the Hylemyia - Chortophila group of the Anthomyiidae (Diptera)
G. C. Crampton1927Eugereon and the ancestry of the Hemiptera, psocids and Hymenoptera.
G. C. Crampton1927The abdominal structures of the orthopteroid family Grylloblattidae and the relationships of the group.
G. C. Crampton1927The thoracic sclerites and wing bases of the roach Periplaneta americana and the basal structures of the wings of insects.
L. Czerny1927Helomyzidae (53a), Trichoscelidae (53b), Chiromyidae (53c)
E. de Bergevin1927Description d'un nouveau genre et d'une nouvelle espèce de Psyllidae gallogène du Sud tunisien
C. J. Drake1927Tingitidae from the Far East
H. Eggers1927Zwei neue Borkenkäfer (Ipidae) von den Canarischen Inseln
T. Esaki1927An interesting new genus and species of Hydrometridae (Hemiptera) from South America
T. Esaki, China W. E.1927A new family of aquatic Heteroptera
W. S. Fisher1927Descriptions of new West Indian longicorn beetles of the subfamily Lamiinae

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