Authorssort descendingYearTitle
S. E1929Beitrage zur Kenntnis der Nymphe von Palingenia longicauda Oliv
J. M. Aldrich1929Five new parasitic flies reared from beetles in China and India
C. P. Alexander1929Diptera of Patagonia and South Chile based mainly on material in the British Museum (Natural History). Part I - Crane-flies
C. P. Alexander1929New or little-known Tipulidae from the Philippines (Diptera). V
C. P. Alexander1929A revision of the American two-winged flies of the psychodid subfamily Bruchomyinae
C. P. Alexander1929A revision of the American two-winged flies of the psychoid subfamily Bruchomyinae (Diptera: Psychodidae)
K. Andrée1929Bernsteinforschungen einst und Jetzt
G. J. Arrow1929A new genus of silphid Coleoptera from Persia
G. J. Arrow1929On THE families of Coleoptera related to the Endomychidae, with description of a new family, two new genera and few new species
G. J. Arrow1929A remarkable new genus of coccinellid Coleoptera
R. S. Bagnall1929Fossil Thysanoptera. 5. Tubulifera. Part 1
R. S. Bagnall1929LXXII.—A new thripsgall on ironwood (Messua ferrea) and its inhabitants
P. J. Barraud1929A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXV. The genera Muscidus, Mimomyia, Ficalbia, Rachionotomyia, and Hodgesia
P. J. Barraud1929A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXVI. The genera Heizmannia, Haemagogus, Topomyia, and Megarhinus
J. Bequaert1929Some additional remarks on the masarid wasps (Hymenoptera)
F. E. Blaisdell1929A revision of the beetles of the tenebrionid tribe usechini, with descriptions of a new genus and new species
J. C. Bridwell1929A preliminary generic arrangement of the palm bruchids and allies (Coleoptera) with description of new species
T. Burchard1929List of genera of insects found in Upper Triassic
P. P. Calvert1929The significance of odonate larvae for insect phylogeny
M. Cameron1929Description of a new species of Staphylinidae (Col.) from British Guiana, and a new genus from Australia.
F. M. Carpenter1929A Jurassic neuropteran from the lithographic limestone of Bavaria.
F. M. Carpenter1929A fossil ant from the Lower Eocene (Wilcox) of Tennessee.
A. Carpentier1929Recherches sur les végétaux fossiles des argiles éocrétaciques du pays de Bray
H. J. Carter1929A check list of the Australian Buprestidae, with tables and keys to subfamilies, tribes and genera, by andré Thery, correspondant de Muséum de Paris, and figures
H. J. Carter, Zeck E. H.1929A monograph of the Australian Dryopidae. Order Coleoptera
W. E. China1929A new genus of Cicadidae (Homoptera) from Angola
W. E. China, Myers J. G.1929A reconsideration of the classification of the cimicoid families (Heteroptera), with the description of two new spider-web bugs
R. A. Cushman1929A revision of the North American ichneumon-flies of the genus Mesostenus and related genera
P. J. T. Darlington1929Notes on the structure and significance of Palaeogyrinus
G. Depape1929Note sur des bois fossiles trouvés par M. Ed. Hue à Luc-sur-mer et à Houlgate (Calvados)
H. Desbordes1929Description de deux espèces nouvelles d'Histeridae de Nouvelle-Guinée
R. Desplax1929Description sommaire d'un sous-genre nouveau et deux espèces nouvelles du genre Leuctra Stephan (Plecoptera)
H. L. Dozier1929A new genus and species of derbid from Porto Rico
O. Duda19295. Scatopsidae
F. W. Edwards1929Fasc. 2: Blepharoceridae
W. N. Edwards1929Lower Cretaceous plants from Syria and Transjordania
F. W. Edwards1929A note on the amber moth-fly Eophlebotomus connectens Cockerell
F. W. Edwards1929Philippine nematocerous Diptera II
F. W. Edwards1929The genus Nemopalpus in South Africa (Diptera, Psychodidae)
J. Ekblom1929New contributions to the systematic classification of the Hemiptera Heteroptera
G. Enderlein1929Entomologica Canaria II
G. Enderlein1929Die Copeognathen-Fauna der Seychellen
G. Enderlein1929Über die Drüsenhaare der Larve des fossilen Trichadenotectum trigonoscenea. (End 1911)
G. Enderlein1929Zur Kenntnis einiger von Herrn Oskar Schoenemann gesammelten chilenischen Melpiinen. (Dipt.)
T. Esaki1929A remarkable speo-halophilus water-strider (Mesoveliidae)
T. Esaki1929New or little-known Gerridae.- II. Indian species
T. Esaki, Yusa H.1929An ecological note on Speovelia maritima
E. P. FELT1929Gall midges or gall gnats of the orient (Itonidae or Cecidomyiidae)


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