By Charles L. Hogue
I used to be first advised this ebook approximately ten years in the past while engaged on a Venezuela box path for the college of California, Pomona. I had by no means heard of it, yet one of many entomology professors guaranteed me that it used to be the easiest on hand source on Neotropical entomology - she was once correct! Given the lack of identity fabrics on Latin American bugs, this tome steps in to fill the breach in addition to any unmarried quantity can. it's a worthy creation to the normal background of tropical bugs and will even be used as a coarse box advisor permitting one to spot such a lot bugs to reserve, usually to relations and infrequently even to genus and species. within the absence of different books, this is often the quantity that scholars and amateurs may still pick out. the cost is definitely a deterrent, yet it truly is usually to be had used. i've been utilizing my well-tuhumbed reproduction out and in of the sphere for various years so it has earned its continue!
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Distribution: Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java. Chrysolina kinabaluensis Bechyne Chrysolina kinabaluensis Bechyne, 1952, Ent. Arb. Mus. Mohamedsaid, 2000, Serangga, 5(2): 347 (UKM checklist). Distribution: Sabah. 62 Chrysomelinae Chrysolina stictica (Stal) Chrysomela stictica Stal, 1857, Ofv. Vet. Ak. Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, ser. 3, 4(2): 296 (Pulo Penang, Java). Chrysolina stictica: Kimoto, 1984, Kurume Univ. , 33: 181. Distribution: Peninsular Malaysia, Java. , 6: 25 (Sumatra).
Distribution: Borneo. Phytorus dilatatus Jacoby Phytorus dilatatus Jacoby, 1884, Ann. Mus. Civ. Genova, 20: 226 (Java, Singapore; MCZ). Distribution: Singapore, Java. , 12: 185 (Borneo; PARIS). Distribution: Borneo. Phytorus pinguis (Baly) Rhyparida pinguis Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, ser. 3, 4(2): 209 (Borneo; BMNH). Phytorus pinguis: Clavareau, 1914, Coleopt. - Mohamedsaid, 1999, Serangga, 4(1): 26 (Pahang); 2000, Serangga, 5(2): 347 (UKM checklist). Distribution: Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo.
3, 4(2): 178 (Borneo; BMNH). Distribution: Borneo. Rhyparida submetallica Baly Rhyparida submetallica Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, ser. - Mohamedsaid, 2000, Serangga, 5(2): 347 (UKM checklist). Distribution: Peninsular Malaysia, Sulawesi. Rhyparida sulcata Baly Rhyparida sulcata Baly, 1864, Descr. n. :8 (Borneo; BMNH). Distribution: Borneo. Rhyparida sumptuosa (Baly) Pyropida sumptuosa Baly, 1862, J. , 1: 451 (Malacca; BMNH). Rhyparida sumptuosa: Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. , London, ser. - Reid, 1997, Serangga, 2(1): 34 (Kaltim).