|Other titles||Fossiliferous amber arthropods of Chiapas, Mexico.|
|Statement||by Alexander Petrunkevitch [and others]|
|Series||University of California publications in entomology -- v. 31, no. 1; v. 63, University of California publications in entomology -- v. 31, no. 1, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||64064384|
TY - BOOK. T1 - A fossil shore bug from the tertiary amber of chiapas Mexico (Heteroptera, Saldidae) AU - Cobben, R.H. N1 - Overdr.: Petrunkevitch. Fossiliferous amber arthropods, PY - Y1 - KW - Heteroptera. KW - Mexico. KW - paleozoölogie. KW - tertiair. KW - Heteroptera. KW - Mexico. KW - palaeozoology. KW - tertiary. M3. Studies of fossiliferous amber arthropods of Chiapas, Mexico. 2. p - figs - 3 plates. Works by PETRUNKEVITCH on Spiders, COOK, HARDY and JAMES on Diptera, GRESSIT on Chrysomelidae, SEEVERS on Staphylinidae, SPILMAN on Anobiidae, ZIMMERMAN on Curculionidae and some others. 18,00 € (Order No. ) Pongracz, A. Bemerkungen über die Insektenfauna von Oeningen nebst Revision der Heer'schen . Seevers, C.H. Fossil Staphylinidae in Tertiary Mexican amber (Coleoptera). In Studies of Fossiliferous Amber Arthropods of Chiapas, Mexico; Part II; University of California Publications in Entomology: Oakland, CA, USA, ; Vol ppAuthor: Josh Jenkins Shaw, Bo Wang, Ming Bai, Dagmara Żyła, Dagmara Żyła. Amber captured a higher diversity of arthropods than each of the artificial traps, based on our study of Mexican amber from the Middle Miocene, a time of climate optimum, where temperature and.
R.H. CobbenA fossil shore bug from the Tertiary amber of Chiapas Mexico (Hemiptera, Saldidae) Studies of fossiliferous amber arthropods of Chiapas, Mexico, Part II, vol. 63, University of California Publications in Entomology (), pp. Cited by: 1. are rare among the arthropods fossilized in amber. The histo-ries of the very first scorpions discovered in amber have been outlined in detail by Lourenço and Weitschat (). Scorpions found in amber from sites located in the New World are still poorly known. Although some studies of am-ber fossil scorpions from Dominican Republic were carried. This amber is totally distinct chemically and stratigraphically from the Miocene Chiapas amber (ca. Ma.), Southern México, which according . It is not known whether the fossil content of amber accurately represents the arthropod biodiversity of past forests, and if and how those fossils can be compared with recent fauna for studies and predictions of biodiversity change through time. Our study of arthropods (mainly insects and spiders) living around the resinous angiosperm tree Hymenaea verrucosa Cited by:
Malaise Trap Studies of Flying Insects in a New York Mesic Forest I. Ordinal Composition and Seasonal Abundance Vol Page 52 Notes on a Migration of Urania fulgens (Lepidoptera: Uraniidae) in Costa Rica. A remarkable deposit of fossiliferous amber from the Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) of New Jersey, p. 1 – In Grimaldi, D. (ed.), Studies on Fossils in Amber, with Particular Reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey. Backhuys, Leiden, Netherlands. Studies of fossiliferous amber arthropods of Chiapas, Mexico, Part ll. University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. Hogue CL. Latin American Insects and Entomology. University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. Iturralde-Vinent MA, MacPhee RDE. Age and Paleogeographic origin of Dominican amber. Science Two Flat-Backed Polydesmidan Millipedes from the Miocene Chiapas-Amber Two Flat-Backed Polydesmidan Millipedes from the Miocene Chiapas-Amber Lagerstätte, Mexico and centipedes (class Chilopoda) from Miocene Chiapas amber, Mexico, is presented, with the inclusion of new records. For Diplopoda, 34 members are enumerated, for which 31 are Author: Francisco Riquelme, Miguel Hernández-Patricio.