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Oecophorinae genera of Australia, [volume] 2. The Chezala, Philobota and Eulechria groups (Lepidoptera: Oecopheridae).Artist/Author: Common, Ian F. B.
Mongraphs of Australian Lepidoptera, volume five. This is the second of a three volume series revising the entire Australian fauna of Oecophorinae and includes three major groups of genera, the Chezala Walker, Philobota Meyrick and Eulechria Meyrick groups. This revision covers 84 genera, comprising 854 named, and approximately 800 unnamed species with descriptions of male and female genitalia, morphology and detailed information on distribution, biology and host plant associations.
Solitary wasps: behaviour and natural history.Artist/Author: O'Neill, Kevin M.
Topics covered include: classification, foraging and nesting behaviours, mating and parental strategies, thermoregulation, natural enemies, defensive strategies, and directions for future research.
Preliminary keys for the identification of Australian mayfly nymphs of the family Leptophlebiidae.Artist/Author: Dean, Jean C.
Identification guide no. 20.
Fire ants.Artist/Author: Taber, Stephen Welton.
In this authoritative book, five economically important species take center stage. These are the red imported fire ant, the black imported fire ant, the tropical fire ant, the southern fire ant, and the golden fire ant. A general introduction and a history of their invasion of North America open the door to additional chapters on natural history, origin and evolution, animals that share the fire ants’ nest, the mixed successes of chemical control, and natural enemies and the hopes for biocontrol. Also examined are the pros and cons of fire ants, their medical importance, and suggestions for future research. The appendices list all known fire ant species and explain how to prepare, preserve, and identify every known species occurring in the United States.Well written and enhanced by an extensive glossary, a thorough bibliography of scientific literature, and more than one hundred photographs, maps, and drawings.
Preliminary keys for the identification of Australian caddisfly larvae of the Antipodoeciidae, Atriplectididae, Limnephilidae and Plectrotarsidae.Artist/Author: Dean, John C.
Identification guide no. 31.
Australian Alderfly larvae and adults (Insecta: Megaloptera): a preliminary guide to the identification of larvae and survey of adults of Australian Alderflies.Artist/Author: Theischinger, Gunther.
Identification guide no. 29.
Preliminary keys for the identification of larvae of the Australian Gomphides (Odonata).Artist/Author: Theischinger, Gunther.
Identification guide no. 28.
Preliminary keys for the identification of Australian caddisfly larvae of the family Leptoceridae.Artist/Author: St. Clair, Rosalind M.
Identification guide no. 27.
Illustrated key to the Australian caenid nymphs (Ephemeroptera: Caenidae).Artist/Author: Suter, Phillip.
Identification guide no. 23.
Preliminary keys for the identification of Australian Trichoptera larvae of the family Hydropsychidae.Artist/Author: Dean, John.
Identification guide no. 22.
Guide to the identification of Australian Elmidae larvae (Insecta: Coleoptera).Artist/Author: Glaister, Alena.
Identification guide no. 21.
A guide to the identification of larval Psepehnidae water pennies. (Insecta: Coleoptera)Artist/Author: Davis, Jenny.
Identification guide no. 17.