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A Migrating Army of Sciarid Larvae in the Philippines

International Journal of A MIGRATING ARMY OF SCIARID LARVAE IN THE PHILIPPINES BY CHARLES T. BRUES 0 0 Harvard University - On the morning of June 15, 1949 we witnessed a mass migration of fungus

A Migrating Army of Sciarid Larvae in the Philippines

International Journal of A MIGRATING ARMY OF SCIARID LARVAE IN THE PHILIPPINES BY CHARLES T. BRUES 0 0 Harvard University - On the morning of June 15, 1949 we witnessed a mass migration of fungus

Juvenile and Imaginal Luminescence in Fire-Flies (Lampyridæ)

Biol. Bull., vol. JUVENILE AND IMAGINAL LUMINESCENCE IN FIRE-FLIES (LAMPYRID./E) BY CHARLES T. BRUES 0 0 Biological Laboratories, Harvard University In spite of the extensive literature relating to

Dragonflies as Predatory Enemies of the Stable-Fly (Stomoxys Calcitrans)

International Journal of DRAGONFLIES AS PREDATORY ENEMIES OF THE STABLE-FLY (STOMOXYS CALCITRANS) BY CHARLES T. BRUES Biological Laboratories, Harvard University BY CHARLES T. BRUES 0 N) where we

An American Species of Solenopsia

- AN AMERICAN SPECIES OF SOLENOPSIA BY CHARLES T. :BRUES lWasmann cites it as a guest of this an’t, although Kieffer gives S. fugax as the host ant. much closer than that of the Old World species to

Growth and Determinate Size in Insects

International Journal of BY CHARLES T. BRUES. - GROWTH AND DETERMINATE SIZE IN INSECTS In common with nearly all metabolic activities, growth is essentially a determinate process, and size since

Some Cuban Phoridæ Which Visit the Flowers of Aristolochia Elegans

International Journal of SOME CUBAN PHORID2E WHICH VISIT THE FLOWERS OF ARISTOLOCHIA ELEGANS. BY CHARLES T. BRUES. - Rcferences to many earlier publications are contained in Knuth?s well known

Observations on Wood-Boring Insects, Their Parasites and Other Associated Insects

International Journal of OBSERVATIONS ON WOOD-BORING INSECTS, THEIR PARASITES AND OTHER ASSOCIATED INSECTS. BY CHARLES T. BRUES 0 0 Contributon from the Entomological Laboratory of the Bussey Insti

A Species of Urocerus From Baltic Amber

International Journal of A SPECIES OF UROCERUS FROM BY CHARLES T. BRUES. 0 0 Bussey Institution, Harvard University I n a large collection of parasitic Hymenoptera of oligoeene age imbedded in

A Japanese Dohrniphora Bred From Snails (Diptera: Phoridæ)

International Journal of A Japanese Dohrniphora Bred from Dead Snails By CHARLES T. BRUES. 0 1 0 Columbia University , New York City , USA 1 Bussey Institution, Harvard University Several species

A Fossil Genus of Dinapsidæ From Baltic Amber (Hymenoptera)

International Journal of A Fossil Genus of Dinapsidce from Baltic Amber BY CHARLES T. BRUES. 0 0 Contribution from the Entomological Laboratory of the Bussey Institution, Harvard University , No

On the Hymenopterous Genus Harpagocryptus and its Allies

International Journal of ON THE HYMENOPTEROUS GENUS HARPAGOCRYP- TUS AND ITS ALLIES. BY CHARLES T. BRUES. In the October issue of the Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society for 1908

Parasitic Hymenoptera From the Fiji Islands

, fifty-five. Length, about 18 mm. - PARASITIC HYMENOPTERA FROM THE FIJI ISLANDS.t By CHARLES T. BRUES. Hemifoenus extraneus Turner. Trans. Ent. Soc. London, 1918, p. 342 (Hyptiogaster). c Length 7-8

Conoaxima, A New Genus of the Hymenopterous Family Eurytomidæ, With a Description of its Larva and Pupa

International Journal of CONOAXIMA, A NEW GENUS OF THE HYMENOPTE- ROUS FAMILY EURYTOMID,E, WITH A DESCRIP- TION OF ITS LARVA AND PUPA. BY CHARLES T. BRUES 0 0 1Contribution from the Entomological

Notes on Some Genera of Ophioniæ with Toothed Femora

International Journal of NOTES ON SOl\1E GENERA OF OPHIONIN£ WITH TOOTHED FEl\iORA.l BY CHARLES T. BRUES. TOOTHED FEl\iORA.l BY CHARLES T. BRUES. Eiphosoma Cresson. This genus was first proposed by

On the Relations of Certain Myrmecophiles to Their Host Ants

readily discriminate such objects as color and form. Among ants with a keen - RELATIONS OF CERTAIN MYKMECOPHILES HOST ANTS. TO THEIR BV CHARLES T. BRUES COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY NEW YORK CITY. :2:2 sense

On the Relations of Certain Myrmecophiles to Their Host Ants

readily discriminate such objects as color and form. Among ants with a keen - RELATIONS OF CERTAIN MYKMECOPHILES HOST ANTS. TO THEIR BV CHARLES T. BRUES COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY NEW YORK CITY. :2:2 sense