3 edition of Insecta britannica. found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Lepidoptera : Tineina.|
|Statement||by H.T. Stainton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 313, 11 p., 11 l. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
Encyclopædia Britannica/Hemiptera. cicads, aphids and scale insects. The name was first used by Linnaeus (), who derived it from the half-coriaceous and half-membranous condition of the forewing in many members of the order. But the wings vary considerably in different families, and the most distinctive feature is the structure of. Bibliography. —References to the works of the above authors, and to many others, will be found under Hexapoda and the special articles on various insect orders. Valuable summaries of the labours of Malpighi, Swammerdam and other early entomologists are given in L. C. Miall and A. Denny’s Cockroach (London, ), and L. Henneguy’s Les Insectes (Paris, ).
See also Insect on Wikipedia; and our Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 14 — Insect INSECT, the anglicized form of the Late Lat. insectum, used by Pliny in his Natural History as the equivalent of the Gr. ἔντομον. The insects are the largest group of animals. In fact, about 75 percent of all animals are insects. Insects developed on Earth long before humans did. Today there are about 1 million known species, or types, of insect. And scientists are constantly discovering new species. Butterflies, beetles, ants, flies, grasshoppers, silverfish, and bees.
Francis Walker's Insecta Britannica Diptera is a masterwork of entomology because of Haliday 's contribution- the Synonyma and the Synopsis of is not to undervalue Walker who compiled and organised it and, no doubt wrote unaided many parts especially the descrptions of species, and without error transcribed Haliday's messily altered manuscripts with uncertainly attached marginal notes. Introducing PI VR Insects! This app was developed to accompany a book, Encyclopædia Britannica: Insects. In the book, find out about how amazing these tiny life forms are, including ants, bees, crickets, beetles, butterflies, moths, mosquitos, and more. In the app, shrink to the size of an insect and see insects up close—and since it’s .
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Title. Insecta britannica. Diptera. Related Titles. Series: Insecta britannica By. Walker, Francis, Type. Book Material. Published material. Insect, any member of the class Insecta (Hexapoda), the largest class of phylum Arthropoda, about 1 million species or three-fourths of all animals.
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plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review. Views. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. Insects (class Insecta) have segmented bodies, jointed legs, and external skeletons. Insects are distinguished from other arthropods by their body, which is divided into three major regions: (1) the head, which bears the mouthparts, eyes, and a pair of antennae, (2) the three-segmented thorax, which usually has three pairs of legs in adults and usually one or two pairs of wings, and (3) the.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walker, Francis, Insecta Britannica. Diptera. London: Reeve and Benham, (OCoLC) Make Offer - th year anniversary Britannica Encyclopedia complete set 23 books (pub ) Encyclopedia Britannica complete set free shipping $ Other articles where Booklouse is discussed: insect: Annotated classification: Order Psocoptera (booklice or psocids) Small or minute insects with long filiform antennae, delicate membranous wings (though many are wingless), head with Y-shaped epicranial suture, enlarged post-clypeus (sclerite on the face); maxilla with a rodlike lacinia (inner lobe) partly sunk into head capsule; labial palps.
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Social Life in the Insect World. This note covers the following topics: The Fable Of The Cigale and The Ant, The Cigale Leaves Its Burrow, The Song Of The Cigale, The Cigale: The Eggs and Their Hatching, The Mantis, The Golden Gardener, The Field Cricket, The Italian Cricket, The Sisyphus Beetle, The Instinct Of Paternity, A Bee-hunter: The Philanthus Aviporus, The Great Peacock Or Emperor.
Looking for books by Encyclopaedia Britannica. See all books authored by Encyclopaedia Britannica, including The Revolutionary Years: Britannica's Book of the American Revolution, and Founding Fathers: The Essential Guide to the Men Who Made America, and more on Insect - Insect - Nervous system: The central nervous system consists of a series of ganglia that supply nerves to successive segments of the body.
The three main ganglia in the head (protocerebrum, deutocerebrum, and tritocerebrum) commonly are fused to form the brain, or supraesophageal ganglion. The rest of the ganglionic chain lies below the alimentary canal against the ventral body surface.
Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Stainton, H.T. (Henry Tibbats), Insecta britannica. [vol. III], Lepidoptera: Tineina.
Insecta Britannica Diptera is a seminal work of entomology by Francis work spans three volumes; a fourth volume was never published. Parts of the work were credited by Walker to Alexander Henry Haliday, including the characters and synoptic tables of the Empididae, Syrphidae, and Dolichopodidae and addenda and corrigenda intended for volume 4.Mantid, (family Mantidae), also called mantis, praying mantid, or praying mantis, any of approximately 2, species of large, slow-moving insects that are characterized by front legs with enlarged femurs (upper portion) that have a groove lined with spines into which the tibia (lower portion) presses.
Using their spined front legs, mantids, which feed exclusively on living insects, seize prey.Insect colouring book: Colouring book for adults, teens and kids.
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