Literature

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
O. Abel1935Vorzeitliche Lebensspuren
E. E. Aizenberg1935New genera and two new species of Aphididae
C. P. Alexander1935New or little-known Tipulidae from eastern Asia (Diptera). XXIII
C. P. Alexander1935New or little-known Tipulidae from eastern Asia (Diptera). XXIV
C. P. Alexander1935New or little-known Tipulidae from eastern Asia (Diptera). XXV
C. P. Alexander1935New or little-known Tipulidae from eastern Asia (Diptera). XXVI
C. P. Alexander1935New or little-known Tipulidae from eastern Asia (Diptera). XXVII
G. Arnold1935The Psammocharidae (olim Pompilidae) of the Ethiopian region. Part 4. Subfamily Psammocharinae
G. J. Arrow1935A note on the genus Rhyparus (Coleoptera, Aphodiidae), and descriptions of three new species
G. J. Arrow1935A note on the genus Narycius and a few other genera of cetoniid Coleoptera
G. J. Arrow1935A contribution to the classification of the coleopterous family Lucanidae
R. S. Bagnall1935IX.—Contributions towards a knowledge of the Thysanopterous genus Elaphrothrips Buffa.—II
R. S. Bagnall1935On the classification of the Onychiuridae (Collembola), with particular reference to the genus Tullbergia Lubbock and its allies.
E. D. Ball1935Some new Issidae with notes on others (Homoptera: Fulgoridae)
R. B. Benson1935On the genera of the Orussidae, with an account of the African species (Hymenoptera Symphyta)
R. B. Benson1935On the genera of the Cephidae and the erection of a new family Syntexidae (Symphyta)
J. Bequaert1935Oriental Nemestrinidae
M. Bernhauer1935Zwei neue Staphylinidengattungen (Col.) aus Afrika
M. Bernhauer, JEANNEL R.1935Trois Staphylinides remarquables de la colonie du Kénya
H. Bertrand1935Larves de Coléoptères aquatiques de l'expédition limnologique allemande en Insulinde
K. G. Blair1935Beetle remains from a block of peat on the coast of East Anglia
K. G. Blair1935Some ancient beetles from Egypt and Mesopotamia
K. G. Blair1935Heteromera, Ptinidae, Dasytidae and Bruchidae collected by H.P. Thomaset and the late H.J. Snell in Rodriguez, Ang. Nov. 1918
F. E. Blaisdell1935A new triorophid from Death Valley, California (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)
E. E. Blanchard1935Apuntes sobre Dipteros argentinos
E. E. Blanchard1935Apuntes sobre Himenopteros utiles argentinos (Ichneumonoidea)
H. C. Blöte1935Catalogue of the Coreidae in the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie. Part 2. Coreinae, first part
J. M. Brenan1935The Pangoniinae of Nearctic America (Tabanidae, Diptera)
J. Marks Brennan1935The Pangoniinae of Nearctic America Diptera : Tabanidae
H. W. Brolemann1935Myriapodes diplopodes (Chilognathes 1)
L. G. Browman1935The chitinous structures in the posterior abdominal segments of certain female termites
R. W. Brown1935Further notes on fossil larval chambers of mining bees
F. Balfour-Browne1935The proventriculus in the Dytiscidae (Col.) as a taxonomic character. Second note.
J. H. Buddhue1935[bee-like insect gum, fossil, Baja, California.]
F. Capra1935La vera patria del Trinervitermes tripolotianus (Sjosted) e note su alcuni termit della Libia
F. M. Carpenter1935The Lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 7. Protoperlaria
F. M. Carpenter1935Tertiary insects of the family Chrysopidae
F. M. Carpenter1935A new name for Lithomyrmex Carp. (Hymenoptera)
L. E. Cheesman1935A new genus of Reduviidae (Hemiptera) from Papua
S. H. Chen1935Coleoptera Halticinae de la collection du Muséum recueillis par le Dr J. Harmand au Sikkim.
W. E. China1935New and little known Helotrephidae (Hemiptera, Helotrephidae)
W. E. China1935Notes on the genus Paranysius Horv. (Hemiptera, Lygaeidae)
L. Chopard1935An interesting new genus of house cricket (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)
L. Chopard1935On a collection of Gryllidae from Indian made by Mr. B. M. Fletcher
L. Chopard1935Nervation de l'élytre chez les Gryllidae males, formation du miroir
T. D. A. Cockerell1935Notes on the first cubital cell in certain Hymenoptera
A. Cooman1935Note sur le genre Parepierus BICKHARDT [COL. HISTERIDAE] et description d'espèces nouvelles de Hoabinh (Tonkin)
J. Cowley1935A new generic name in the Protoneuridae (Odonata).
J. Cowley1935Nomenclature of Odonata: three generic names of Hagen
G. C. Crampton1935A defence of the view that the grylloblattids are descents from the Protorthoptera and lead to the Tettigonioid family Stenopelmatidae - a reply to Dr. E.M. Walker

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