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Giorgio Baldizzone, Jean-Francois Landry & Hugo van der Wolf
The classification of the family Upogebiidae is critically reviewed. The material examined mainly originates from the collections of the Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, Frankfurt/M, and the Zoological Museum of the University of Copenhagen. In all, two subfamilies, 11 genera and 157 species are ...
This is the first and so far the one and only treatise on the morphology of the Tylenchs. Tylenchs are economically important Nematodes that live in huge numbers in the soil. The book is amply illustrated with line drawings that are based on microscopic and sub-microscopic observations.
Edited by I. Löbl & A. Smetana
A comprehensive work covering the about 100,000 species of Coleoptera known to occur in the Palaearctic Region. The complete work is planned for 8 volumes that will be published in intervals of about 18 months.
Edited by J. Forest (†) and J.C. von Vaupel Klein. Advisory Editor: F.R. Schram
This second volume contains chapters on: The circulatory system; The digestive tract: anatomy, physiology, biochemistry; Osmoregulation: morphological, physiological, biochemical, hormonal and developmental aspects; The endocrine organs; The ontogeny of sex and sexual physiology; The origins of ...
Edited by Baingio Pinna
Color, Line and Space explores the role of color in spatial vision and represents a truly interdisciplinary approach to visual neuroscience. Several fascinating new phenomena are presented and focus on how color appearance depends on spatio-chromatic interactions.
Minos E. Tzanakakis
This review of literature includes an introduction on the origin of the olive tree and lists 116 species of insects and 30 species of mites known to infest it. It treats the geographical distribution, host plants, feeding habits, voltinism and seasonal history of 34 species of phytophagous ...
William A. Yost
An introductory text on hearing sciences, this book includes auditory, anatomy, physiology, psychoacoustics, and perception content. Illustrated with over 200 figures, it contains a complete Glossary of terms from the American Standards Institute, a combined subject/author index, and a ...
This book is concerned with the life and work of Dr. J.G. de Man, a remarkable Dutch zoologist who lived from 1850 up to 1930 and devoted his life to Crustacea and Nematoda systematics.
Piet Kaas †, Richard A. Van Belle † and Hermann Strack
In Volume 6 no less than 167 species are treated and depicted, of which 3 are described as new. Two important families are covered: the Schizochitonidae and the Chitonidae. Especially the coverage of the Chitonidae, with well know and species-rich genera and subgenera as Chiton, Rhyssoplax, ...
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