Literature

AuthorsYearTitlesort ascending
M. Bernhauer1935Zwei neue Staphylinidengattungen (Col.) aus Afrika
G. H. Hardy1935XLII.—The Asilidæ ofAustralia.—Part IV
G. H. Hardy1935XIII.—The Asilidæ of Australia.—Part III
O. Duda1935Weitere neue und wenig bekannte exotische Akalyptraten (Dipt.) des British Museum
J. Weigelt1935Was bezwecken die hallemser Universität-Grabungen in der Braunkohle des Geiseltales?
O. Abel1935Vorzeitliche Lebensspuren
R. J. Tillyard1935Upper Permian insects of New South Wales. 5. The order Perlaria or stoneflies
R. J. Tillyard1935Upper Permian insects of New South Wales. 4. The order Odonata
R. J. Tillyard1935Upper Permian insects of New South Wales. 3. The order Copeognatha
O. Scheerpeltz1935Un genre nouveau et une espèce nouvelle de Staphylinides trogodytes du Maroc (Coleoptera)
A. A. Ogloblin1935Um nuevo mimarido de Misiones (Hym. Mymaridae)
D. Souza H. Lopes1935Um novo gênero de Diptera Acalyptratae e considerações sobre a família Ctenostylidae
T. von Borgmeier1935Um novo genero de Phorideos de Costa Rica (Dipt. Phoridae)
J. V. PEARMAN1935Two remarkable amphientomids (Psocoptera)
J. V. PEARMAN1935TWO REMARKABLE AMPHIENTOMIDS (PSOCOPTERA
J. G. WATTS1935TWO NEW SPECIES OF STEPHANOTHRIPS FROM SOUTH CAROLINA AND KEY TO THEKNOWN SPECIES (Urothripidae: Thysanoptera)
J. R. Traver1935Two new genera of North American Heptageniidae (Ephemeroptera)
W. M. Wheeler1935Two new genera of Myrmicine ants from Papua and the Philippines (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
P. H. Musgrave1935Two new Elmidae from Puerto Rico with description of a new genus (Coleoptera)
M. Bernhauer, JEANNEL R.1935Trois Staphylinides remarquables de la colonie du Kénya
H. Priesner, Quiévreux F.1935Thysanoptères des couches de potasse du Haut-Rhin
J. R. WATSON1935THYSANOPTERA OF THE GEENTON 1935
A. V. Martynov1935Three fossil insects from the Koltchugian series of Kusnetz basin
A. V. Martynov1935Three fossil insects from the Kolchuginsky formation of the Kuznest basin
A. G. Tansley1935The use and abuse of vegetational concepts and terms
D. J. Hood1935THE THYSANOPTEROUS GENUS ACTINOTHRIPS
S. F. Light1935The Templeton Crocker expedition of the California Academy of Science, 1932. 20. The termites
F. E. Zeuner1935The recent and fossil Prophalangopsidae (Saltatoria)
G. Arnold1935The Psammocharidae (olim Pompilidae) of the Ethiopian region. Part 4. Subfamily Psammocharinae
F. Balfour-Browne1935The proventriculus in the Dytiscidae (Col.) as a taxonomic character. Second note.
H. Lemche1935The primitive colour-pattern on the wings of insects and its relation to the venation
H. B. Latimer1935The Prenatal Growth of the Cat. VI: Changes in the Relative Proportions
J. Marks Brennan1935The Pangoniinae of Nearctic America Diptera : Tabanidae
J. M. Brenan1935The Pangoniinae of Nearctic America (Tabanidae, Diptera)
J. L. Gressitt1935The Obriini of the Japanese empire (Coleopt. Cerambycidae)
H. H. Ross1935The Nearctic sawflies of the Dineura complex (Tenthredinidae)
B. P. UVAROV1935THE MYTH OF SEMIAQUATIC PHASMIDS
C. L. A. R. E. N. C. E. E. MICKEL1935THE MUTILLID WASPS OF THE ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN (HYMENOPTERA ; MUTILLIDAE
F. M. Carpenter1935The Lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 7. Protoperlaria
H. O. Deay1935The Genus Tenagobia Bergroth (Corixidae, Hemiptera)
M. E. Mosely1935The genus Synagapetus McLachlan (Trichoptera)
E. R. SPEYER1935THE GENUS APTINOTHRIPS HALIDAY (THYSANOPTERA : TEREBRANTIA)
J. Hidalgo, Jr.1935The Genus Abedus Stal. (Hemiptera, Belostomatidae)
S. M. Anthony Payne1935The flower and seed of Mollugo verticillata
H. I. Gibbons1935The first cubital cell in certain Hymenoptera
R. J. Tillyard1935The evolution of the scorpion-flies and their derivative (Order Mecoptera)
M. A. LIEFTINCK1935The dragonflies of New Guinea and neighbouring islands. Part 3
J. R. Malloch1935The Diptera of the Territory of New Guinea. 3. Families Muscidae and Tachinidae
L. G. Browman1935The chitinous structures in the posterior abdominal segments of certain female termites
J. W. Evans1935The Bythoscopidae of Australia (Homoptera, Jassoidea)

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