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A REVISION OF THE BERRY BUGS (HETEROPTERA: PENTATOMOIDEA: HALYINI) OF INDO-PAKISTAN SUBCONTINENT WITH SPECIAL REFERECNE TO CLADISTIC ANALYSIS OF HALYINE GENERA

Memon, Nasreen (2002) A REVISION OF THE BERRY BUGS (HETEROPTERA: PENTATOMOIDEA: HALYINI) OF INDO-PAKISTAN SUBCONTINENT WITH SPECIAL REFERECNE TO CLADISTIC ANALYSIS OF HALYINE GENERA. PhD thesis, University of Karachi, Karachi.

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One Hundred And Six Halyine Species Are Presently Keyed. Thirty Eight Species Belonging To 30 Genera Of This Tribe Of The Subfamily Pentatominae Of Pentatomidae Including One New Genus And Nine New Species From Various Localities Of Indo “ Pakistan Subcontinent, Iraq, Turkey And China Are Described In Detail With Special Reference To Metathoracic Scent Apparatus Complex, Male And Female Genitalia. One Genus Agaeus Dallas Was Not Included By Kirkaldy (1909) In Halyini And Rider, 2001 In His Catalogue Did Neither Include Agaeus Nor Phircodus In Halyini. These Two Genara Are Now Placed Under Halyini Presently On The Basis Of Presence Of Different Halyini Characters. Halys Dentatus (F.) And H. Serrigera (Westwood) Were Synonymized By Ghauri (1988) But Presently Their Status Are Considered Independent, As Fabricius Name Cimex Denatatus (1775) Was Preoccupied By Cimex Dentatus De Geer (1773) So, Because Of The Unavailability, Presently H. Dentatus Is Described As H. Fabricii Nomen Novum. Chopra textarea></div><div class="formfieldname">References</div><div class="formfieldhelp">You are strongly encouraged to paste in the reference list of your item into the box below. It may be used to link your item to those it cites and to those that cite it.</div><div id="inputfield_referencetext" class="formfieldinput"><textarea accept-charset="utf-8" wrap="virtual" name="referencetext" rows="3" cols="60">

Item Type:Thesis (PhD)
Uncontrolled Keywords:berry bugs, heteroptera, pentatomoidea, halyini genera, halyini stal, agaeus, tessellatus, ameridalpa, apodiphus, iraqiensis, metallicus, asyla, indicatrix, cahara, carenoplistus, karachiensis, dalpada, erthesina, pakistanensis, eupaleopada, halys, fabricii, hyderabadiensis, mulberriensis, naokotiensis, izharocoris, jugalpada, lodosocoris, azhari, meridalpa, meridindia, mustha, izmirensis, neohalys, acuticornis, neolodosocoris, nevisanus, alternans, orthoschizops, paranevisanus, phricodus, salixocoris, saontarana, burmanica, sarju, surenus, normalis, tipulparra, pentatomidae.
Subjects:Biological & Medical Sciences (c) > Biological Sciences(c1) > Paleo-zoology(c1.10)
ID Code:291
Deposited By:Mr Ghulam Murtaza
Deposited On:22 Jun 2006
Last Modified:04 Oct 2007 21:00

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