Novel aspects of the biology of chrysomelidae

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Kluwer Academic Publishers , Dordrecht, Boston
Chrysomelidae, Chrysomelidae -- Host p
Statementedited by P.H. Jolivet, M.L. Cox, and E. Petitpierre.
SeriesSeries entomologica ;, 50
ContributionsJolivet, Pierre, 1922-, Cox. M. L., Petitpierre, E.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL596.C5 N68 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 582 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1395730M
ISBN 100792321855
LC Control Number93003085

Book Title Novel aspects of the biology of Chrysomelidae Editors. Pierre H. Jolivet; M.L. Cox; E. Petitpierre; Series Title Series Entomologica Series Volume 50 Copyright Publisher Springer Netherlands Copyright Holder Springer Science.

Novel aspects of the biology of Chrysomelidae (Series Entomologica) th Edition by Pierre H. Jolivet (Editor), M.L. Cox (Editor), E.

Petitpierre (Editor) & 0 more ISBN Novel aspects of the biology of Chrysomelidae. Editors; P. Jolivet; M. Cox; E. Petitpierre; Book. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xxiii. PDF. Jorge A. Santiago-Blay. Pages Larvae and larval biology. Eggs and oviposition in chrysomelid beetles.

Brian J. Selman. Pages Egg bursters in the Chrysomelidae. PDF | On Jan 1,P.H. Jolivet and others published Novel Aspects of the Biology of Chrysomelidae | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Novel Aspects of the Biology of Chrysomelidae. January ; DOI: /_1. Authors: (, Bontemps andLee ); Criocerinae biology, by Fredric Vencl (Vencl and Morton Author: Jorge Santiago-Blay.

Because of the economic importance and biological diversity, chrysomelids are an important taxonomic group for scientific inquiry. This book is divided into eight parts, entitled palaeontology, larvae and larval biology, trophic selection, genetics and evolution defence mechanisms, anatomy and reproduction, pathogens and natural enemies, and general studies in biology.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Novel aspects of the biology of chrysomelidae. Dordrecht ; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, © Book: Novel aspects of the biology of Chrysomelidae.

+ pp. Abstract: This book is divided into 8 parts entitled palaeontology, larvae and larval biology biology Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and Industries. As in most groups of insects, scientific research on the Chrysomelidae began in Europe inwith the description of a few genera and species by the Scandinavian entomologists C.

von Linne, I.C. Fabricius, and others. As the 19th century dawned, many systematic entomologists took up the study of. Jolivet, E.

Petitpierre, & T.H. Hsiao), Novel Novel aspects of the biology of chrysomelidae book of the Biology of Chrysomelidae (Editors P.

Jolivet, M.L. Cox & E. Petitpierre), and Chrysomelidae Biology in three volumes () (Editors P. Jolivet & M. Cox). The volume, under review, is a welcome addition to this series.

The chapters or papers in this edited book have been arranged under. Abstract. Aspects of the biology, distribution, and host range of Crioceris sp.

(Chrysomelidae: Criocerinae), a potential biocontrol agent for Asparagus asparagoides (L.) W. Wight (bridal creeper) in Australia, were ascertained from studies in its native range in South Africa. In this way, Chrysomelidae are an invaluable tool for studying plant selection mechanisms.

The many and varied topics dealt with in this book cover almost all aspects of phylogeny, classification, paleontology, parasitology, biogeography, defenses, population biology, genetics and biological control as well as many other subjects.

Some aspects of the biology of the Aulacoscelinae (Chrysomelidae), with a description of three new species / Jorge A. Santiago-Blay. Ecology of the high mountain chrysomelid Timarcha lugens Rosenhauer (Chrysomelinae) / Adela González Megías.

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Novel aspects of the biology of Chrysomelidae. Pierre H. Jolivet. 13 Oct Paperback. US$ US$ Save US$ This book is divided into eight parts, entitled palaeontology, larvae and larval biology, trophic selection, genetics and evolution defence mechanisms, anatomy and reproduction, pathogens and natural enemies, and general studies in Edition: Wade M.J.

() The biology of the imported willow leaf beetle, Plagiodera versicolora (Laicharting). In: Jolivet P.H., Cox M.L., Petitpierre E. (eds) Novel aspects of the biology of Chrysomelidae. Series Entomologica, vol Springer, Dordrecht. DOI In this way, Chrysomelidae are an invaluable tool for studying plant selection mechanisms.

The many and varied topics dealt with in this book cover almost all aspects of phylogeny, classification, paleontology, parasitology, biogeography, defenses, population biology.

Book Review: Biology of Chrysomelidae: P. Jolivet, E. Petitpierre and T. Hsiao (Eds).

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Kluwer, Amsterdam, Author Reid C.A.M. Year Publication Type Refereed Article Journal Journal of the Australian Entomological Society Number of pages Volume 28 Language en.

Chrysomelidae - leaf beetles Disteniidae Megalopodidae Orsodacnidae Oxypeltidae Vesperidae. The Chrysomeloidea are an enormous superfamily of beetles, with tens of thousands of species, mostly in the families Cerambycidae (the long-horned beetles) and Chrysomelidae, the leaf beetles.

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The Chrysomelidae are one of the most biodiverse groups of animals and plants and number o described species, with at least as many undescribed. These three books on the biology of Chrysomelidae focus on specific areas of study: evolution, genetics and phylogeny; ecological aspects; general biological studies with descriptions of.

New Developments in the Biology of Chrysomelidae by Jolivet, P.; Santiago-blay, J.a.; Schmitt, M. (eds) at Pemberley Books.

Chrysomelidae biology P.H.A. Jolivet, M.L. Cox Novel aspects of the biology of chrysomelidae Pierre Jolivet Gressitt, 2 books Alexander S. Konstantinov, 2 books M.

Cox, 2 books George F. Manson, 2 books Hubert G. Schenck, 1 book Andrzej Warchałowski, 1 book David George Furth.

This book summarizes what is actually known about the biology of leaf beetles of the family Chrysomelidae. It covers aspects of phylogeny, classification, palaeontology, biogeography, defences, population biology, genetics and biological control as well as many other subjects.

The Biology of the Chrysomelid Beetle, Phytodecta olivacea (Forster) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) by Waloff, N.; Richards, O.w. at Pemberley Books. So, progress of our knowledge on the Chrysomelidae, on taxonomy, distribution, physiology, biology has been relatively fast the last 30 years.A Newsletter, devoted to leaf beetles, Chrysomela, was founded in by Terry Seeno and Eric is still alive, now entirely in colour, with a new editor, Caroline Chaboo, and that has been also a stimulant for all chrysomelid lovers.

This book covers many aspects of the biology of spiders including morphology, physiology, neurobiology, ecology, evolution, classification, natural history, and behavior. The physiology of all major systems are covered (integument, digestion, excretion and osmoregulation, neurophysiology, respiration and metabolism, circulation and hemolymph.

About this Item: Springer, Netherlands, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. As in most groups of insects, scientific research on the Chrysomelidae began in Europe inwith the description of a few genera and species by the Scandinavian entomologists C.

von Linne, I.C. Fabricius, and others. China Scientific Books The Chrysomelidae of Taiwan(1) - Author: Chi-Feng Lee and Hsing-Tzung ChengLanguage: Chinese with Latin name and Latin name IndexISBN/ISSN: Published on: Soft CoverThis series of books describe the morphology and biology of chrysomelids (i.e.

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leaf beetles) in Taiwan. The first issue includes species of Chrysomelidae. Corrections to: Hawkeswood, T. and Jolivet, P. H.: some notes on the biology and host plants of some Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera) from Australia.

Ent. Frankfurt a. His areas of special interest include the biology of Timarcha, food plants of chrysomelids, and ants-plants relationship.

He has co-edited four important books on Chrysomelidae: Biology of Chrysomelidae (), Novel Aspects of the Biology of Chrysomelidae (), Chrysomelidae Biology, in three volumes (), and New Developments in the Biology of Chrysomelidae ().Author: Pierre Jolivet. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My libraryMissing: chrysomelidae. The Australian tortoise beetle Trachymela sloanei (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Chrysomelinae), an invasive pest of several species of Eucalyptus has been reported for the first time in Asia.

It was first detected in Shenzhen, China where it has become established. Currently, T. sloanei is not a destructive forest pest in Shenzhen. Pupae and adults were frequently found infected by an .This series of books describe the morphology and biology of chrysomelids (i.e.

leaf beetles) in Taiwan. Each issue includes common and special species, and new issues will be continuously published in the future for every species (there are more then species of leafbeetle in Taiwan).