Australian Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) II: by EC Zimmerman

By EC Zimmerman

This quantity covers the rest of the primitive weevils (Division Orthoceri), particularly the households Brentidae, Eurhynchidae and Apionidae. It catalogues forty three genera and 173 species and contours virtually 2000 person drawings and black-and-white photos. those illustrations are augmented via 270 full-colour habitus photos in Volumes V and VI. the amount additionally contains a massive bankruptcy at the Immature phases of Australian Curculionoidea by means of Brenda may possibly, New Zealand, which describes the larval and pupal levels of 158 species of Australian weevils and lines overviews of larval characters and their nomenclature in addition to of rearing and upkeep ideas acceptable to weevil larvae. greater than part the drawings within the quantity accompany this chapter.

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