2 edition of Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography found in the catalog.
Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography
|Statement||by Willi Hennig ; translated from German by Petr Wygodzinsky.|
|Series||Pacific insects monograph ; 9|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 82/1526|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||82189536|
Abstract. Twenty members of the fly families Apioceridae and Mydidae are compared in terms of 77 adult characters. Cladistic analysis of 91 synapomorphies provCited by: The main areas of activity are comparative morphology, taxonomy and systematics, phylogeny, zoogeography and ecology. In short – the scientific field of activity is supported on the three pillars “explore Diptera – impart knowledge – preserve biodiversity”.
Private Bag, Auckland, New Zealand Abstract New Zealand is both a source of bio-geographic problems, and of biogeographic ideas. The efforts of biogeographers to grapple with the implications of the revolution in the earth sciences are described. Hennig's work on New Zealand flies and Croizat' s critiqueofbiogeography are discussed. This study updates the present knowledge on the Pipunculidae (Diptera) of the Atlantic islands of the Canaries and Madeira based on material collected between and A total of 14 species are reported, with 13 for the Canary Islands and three for Madeira. Chalarus perplexus, Eudorylas clavatus, Tomosvaryella brachybasis, T. freidbergi, T. glabrum, T. kuthyi and T. parakuthyi are Cited by: 2.
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Get this from a library. The Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography. [Willi Hennig; Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. Department of Entomology.]. The Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography (Pacific insects monograph ; 9) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Willi Hennig (Author)Author: Willi Hennig.
as Th e Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography but not published until b), a study on the union of biogeography with system- atics, and a short summary of phylogenetic systematics in English published in the Fig I.1 Willi Hennig.
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Hennig, W., (): The Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography [Transl. from German by P. Wygodzinsky]. Pacif Insects Mon. 9: 1–81,27 figs., 7. historical-as opposed to ecological-biogeography is Hennig (27), translated into English by Wygodzinsky under the title, "The Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography" (29).
The paper is at once brilliant and. Hennig: The Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography (transl.
by P. Wygodzinsky) Table of Contents [15 Jul ] Pages [30 Apr ]. [Translated by P. Wygodzinsky asThe Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography, by Willi Hennig, Pacific Insects Monogr.
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Taxonomy, phylogeny and zoogeography of the subfamily Ceratomerinae of Australia (Diptera: Empidoidea) Article in Records of the Australian Museum 55(1) April with 66 Reads. Fauna of New Zealand Series» Taxa» Diptera; Diptera (flies) Fauna of New Zealand contributions on Diptera.
Select a link to access extracts from the publication as HTML pages or a downloadable pdf. Bibionidae (Roy A. Harrison, ) Calliphoridae (James P. Dear, FNZ 8, ). The Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography. / Translated from German by Petr Wygodzinsky Hennig, Willi, [ Book: ] Languages: English;German, [1 other] At 6 libraries.
Following a recent revision of types and study of a large amount of new material collected on North Island inthe authors list 53 species of Sciaridae for New Zealand. Forty species are described as new to science. Overall, 51 apparently indigenous species belong to 6 genera that are also distributed in the Holarctic.
Corynoptera alone is represented by 32 by: 7. Taxonomy of Corynoneura Winnertz (Diptera: Chironomidae) is a useful resource for researchers and practitioners in the field of entomology, systematics, phylogeny, biogeography, biodiversity, and ecology.
This book is composed of four main sections: introduction, keys, classification, and zoogeography. Identification book»Manual of Afrotropical Diptera«(Sciaridae) – MENZEL of the fauna of New Zealand – KÖHLER (Ph.D.
thesis), MENZEL, JASCHHOF, MOHRIG; Nearctic region. Revision of Black Fungus Gnats (Diptera: Sciaridae) of North America – MOHRIG et al.
Neotropical region. Contributions to the systematics of the Neotropical black. New Zealand Cyrtidae (Diptera) and the Problem of the Pacific Island Fauna. S.]. PARAMONOV1 DURING THE PREPARATION of a review of the Australian Cyrtidae some New Zealand material was used for comparison.
The study of this material has shown that a review of New Zealand cyrtids is also required. For the clarification ofsome systematic problems the. The papers are in the fields of taxonomy, faunistics, zoogeography and animal ecology (for example: new species to the faunas of particular areas/countries, newly registered localities of rare and threatened species and others).
The larval instars of the african blowfly, Calliphora croceipalpis Jaennicke, with a key to the genera of the third instars of african carrion-breeding Calliphoridae (Diptera) | Bulletin of Entomological Research | Cambridge Core.
The larval instars of the african blowfly, Calliphora croceipalpis Jaennicke, with a key to the genera of the third instars of african carrion-breeding Calliphoridae (Diptera) - Cited by: 5.
book is an example of the impact of Hennig's ideas on systematics in continental Europe. In Hennig's writing, phylogenetic means cladistic. That is, phylogenetic systematics 1 Hennig himself, inapplied his methods in a study of the Diptera fauna of New Zealand (Die Dipterenfauna von Neuseeland als systemati-sches und tiergeographisches.
In fact, he translated from the German Hennig’s monograph onThe Diptera Fauna of New Zealand as a Problem in Systematics and Zoogeography(Pacific Insects Monograph 9: ).The Diptera fauna of New Zealand as a problem in systematics and zoogeography: Elenco sistemático de los reduviiformes americanos.
Notes and descriptions of Machilidae from the Old World (Microcoryphia, Insecta) A review of Simulium (Pternaspatha) Enderlein (Simuliidae, Diptera).New Zealand Journal of Zoology,Vol. 6, Revision of the New Zealand genus N eolimnia (Diptera: Sciomyzidae) JEFFREY K.
BARNES* Department of Entomology, Lincoln University College ot Agriculture, Canterbury, New Zealand The endemic New Zealand genus Neolimnia is redescribed, and a key is gi\'en to the 14 species now included.