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|Statement||F. Martin Brown.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Allyn Museum ;, no. 37, Bulletin of the Allyn Museum ;, no. 37.|
|LC Classifications||QE832.L5 B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. :|
|LC Control Number||82462717|
This page was last edited on 18 December , at Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may florissantensis Edit. Oligodonta florissantensis Brown, Edit. Fig. 8. Nymphalidae Edit: Libytheinae Edit.. USA, Colorado Edit, Florissant; late Priabonian, late Eocene. Edit. Depository: FFNM (holotype). Published figures: Brown ( Figs 1–3 View FIGURE 1 View FIGURE 2 View FIGURES 3 – 4); Emmel et al. ( Fig. 1 View FIGURE 1 /2, and at back of color plate III); Kawahara ( Oligodonta florissantensis gen. n., sp. n. (Lepid., Pieridae). Curvicubitidae fam. nov. (Lepidoptera?), from the middle Triassic of Shaanxi Doklady na dvadtsat chetvertom ezhegodnom chtenii pamyati N. A. Kholodkovskogo 1–2 aprelya, g. [On Cretaceous insect-bearing amber (retinite) from northern Siberia.] Leningrad: Akademiya Nauk. Biscayne Boulevard, Suite Aventura, FL
Buy Oligodonta florissantensis, gen. n., sp. nov: Lepidoptera, Pieridae (Bulletin of the Allyn Museum) by F. Martin Brown (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: F. Martin Brown. The age, geographic origin and time of major radiation of the butterflies (Hesperioidea + Papilionoidea + Hedyloidea) are largely unknown. The general modern view is that butterflies arose during the Late Jurassic/Cretaceous in the southern hemisphere (southern Pangea/Gondwana before continental breakup), but this is not universally accepted, and is a best guess based largely on circumstantial. The Dryopteris oligodonta, called "Helecho Macho" by the Canarian people, is the only endemic aspidiaceae of the Canary Islands, but has also been described on the island of Santo Antao of Cape Verde Archipelago. Its botanical name is formed by the combination of four Greek words: Dryos-pteris = oak-fern, ie fern that lives under the oaks or oak fern, the haunt of the species of the genus. N. fuscoviridis is divided into three subgroups with high support and relatively large distances between them (N. fuscoviridis A, B and C); N. nigrans fall into two subgroups and one of them (N.
Novem by Ming-Yi Chou, BSc, DDS, MS, Cert Prostho, FRCD(C) Dental agenesis, the congenital absence of one or more teeth, is the most common developmental anomaly in humans and appears in % of the general population. 1 The majority of cases are genetic in origin. In literature, congenital tooth agenesis can be categorized as. The age, geographic origin and time of major radiation of the butterflies (Hesperioidea + Papilionoidea + Hedyloidea) are largely unknown. The general modern view is that butterflies arose during the Late Jurassic/Cretaceous in the southern hemisphere (southern Pangea/Gondwana before continental breakup), but this is not universally accepted, and is a best guess based largely on . The gracillariid genus Triberta gen. nov. (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae: Lithocolletinae Stainton, ) is described to accommodate two species formerly assigned to the genus Phyllonorycter. Hemipogonius florissantensis, sp. nov. Length nearly 15 mm., anterior wing about 10 mm. ; anterior wings with a transverse dark cloud or suffused band at about the end of the basal third, a very large dark roundish patch in and below the marginal cell, and the tip dusky, a round area between the dusky tip and the large dark region appearing white.