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Studies on North American Carboniferous Insects. 7. The Structure and Relationships of Eubleptus Danielsi (Palaeodictyoptera)

International Journal of Psyche 0 0 By FRANK M. CARPENTER Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University , Cambridge, Mass. 02138 Eubleptus danielsi was described by Handlirsch in 1906 from a

Early Insect Life

International Journal of EARLY INSECT LIFE 0 Y FRANK M:. CARPENTER 0 0 Harvard University - No. 2 Most entomologists, whether concerned with insect control or taxonomy, are convinced that we have

Robert Elliot Silberglied

International Journal of 0 This issue of Psyche is dedicated to the memory of Robert E. Silberglied, a victim of the Air Florida accident in Washington , D.C., on , USA 1 Frank M. Carpenter , editor

A Substitute Name for the Extinct Genus Eoricania Haupt [Hemiptera: Homoptera: Ricaniidae]

International Journal of A SUBSTITUTE NAME FOR THE EXTINCT GENUS EORICANIA HAUPT [HEMIPTERA: HOMOPTERA: RICANIIDAE] BY FRANK M. CARPENTER BY FRANK M. CARPENTER 0 0 Museum of Comparative Zoology

Phllip Jackson Darlington, Jr.

extraordinary. With such interests he was inevitably led into studies on evolutionary theory and especially zoogeography, on which he published several outstanding books and numerous technical papers. Frank M ... . Carpenter, editor International Journal of Advance s in Virol og y Hindawi Publishing Corporation Hindawi Publishing Corporation ht p:/ www.hindawi.com Submit your manuscr ipts http://www.hindawi.com

Review of the Extinct Family Syntonopteridae (Order Uncertain)

International Journal of Psyche 0 1 0 Type species: S. schucherti Handlirsch , 1911. Type specimen, no. PM0019, Peabody Museum , Yale University 1 BY FRANK M. CARPENTER Museum of Comparative Zoology

Substitute Names for Some Extinct Genera of Fossil Insects

International Journal of SUBSTITUTE NAMES FOR SOME EXTINCT GENERA OF FOSSIL INSECTS* BY FRANK M. CARPENTER BY FRANK M. CARPENTER 0 0 Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University Cambridge , MA

The Structure and Relationships of Oliarces (Neuroptera)

International Journal of BY FRANK M. CARPENTER 0 0 Harvard University Somewhat more than forty years ago, Dr. John B. Smith, while traveling in California, collected a conspicuous neuropterous

Editorial Notice

International Journal of EDITORIAL NOTICE Frank M. Carpenter Editor This issue (volume 83, number 1) marks the beginning of a new era for Psyche. During the 102 years of its existence, the journal

Studies on North American Carboniferous Insects. 7. The Structure and Relationships of Eubleptus Danielsi (Palaeodictyoptera)

International Journal of Psyche 0 0 By FRANK M. CARPENTER Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University , Cambridge, Mass. 02138 Eubleptus danielsi was described by Handlirsch in 1906 from a

Studies of North American Carboniferous Insects. 8. New Palaeodictyoptera From Kansas, U.S.A.

International Journal of STUDIES OF NORTH AMERICAN CARBONIFEROUS INSECTS. 8. NEW PALAEODICTYOPTERA FROM KANSAS, U.S.A. BY FRANK M. CARPENTER BY FRANK M. CARPENTER 0 1 0 Genus Lyeodus , new genus 1

Studies on North American Carboniferous Insects. 7. The Structure and Relationships of Eubleptus Danielsi (Palaeodictyoptera)

International Journal of Psyche 0 0 By FRANK M. CARPENTER Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University , Cambridge, Mass. 02138 Eubleptus danielsi was described by Handlirsch in 1906 from a

The Structure and Relationships of Oliarces (Neuroptera)

International Journal of BY FRANK M. CARPENTER 0 0 Harvard University Somewhat more than forty years ago, Dr. John B. Smith, while traveling in California, collected a conspicuous neuropterous

A Substitute Name for the Extinct Genus Eoricania Haupt [Hemiptera: Homoptera: Ricaniidae]

International Journal of A SUBSTITUTE NAME FOR THE EXTINCT GENUS EORICANIA HAUPT [HEMIPTERA: HOMOPTERA: RICANIIDAE] BY FRANK M. CARPENTER BY FRANK M. CARPENTER 0 0 Museum of Comparative Zoology