By W. Junk, S. Schenkling (auth.)
Read Online or Download Coleopterorum Catalogus: Auspiciis et auxilio PDF
Similar nonfiction_10 books
The 5th overseas Symposium on Inclusion Phenomena and Molecular popularity used to be held September 18-23, 1988 at Orange seashore, Alabama. This past very profitable symposia in Warsaw (1980), Parma (1982), Tokyo (1984), and Lancaster (1986). the final tone of the development at Orange seashore was once expressed elegantly by means of Fraser Stoddart on the shut of his lecture: "At a gathering like this, i feel we must always be asking ourselves extra overtly the place we now have come from and the place we will.
Sizeable development towards reconciling disparate theories of the pathogenesis of arteriosclerosis used to be recorded in quantity I of this booklet. the complaints of an interdisciplinary workshop convention held at Lindau. Germany, April 19-25, 1970. robust proof was once advert duced that the early phases of arteriosclerosis encompass intimal proliferation just like that linked to the rise in arteri al measurement and quality that characterizes basic progress.
By no means so happy, sir. 'Twas an outstanding dance, And for a preface, I by no means heard a greater. Noble Kinsmen, Act III, Sc. S This quantity is primarily based at the lectures introduced at a complicated learn Institute (ASI) of an analogous name held in July 1977. One lecture given isn't really within the quantity and 3 chapters, even supposing now not in accordance with lectures introduced, were further to raised stability the e-book.
- Clouds their Formation, Optical Properties, and Effects
- Red Cell Shape: Physiology, Pathology, Ultrastructure
- Perspectives in Theoretical Stereochemistry
- Energetic Phenomena on the Sun
- Cardiac Arrhythmias, Pacing & Electrophysiology: The Expert View
Extra resources for Coleopterorum Catalogus: Auspiciis et auxilio
Schenkling, Oedemeridae. 1915. 82 p. 66: F. Ohaus, Scarabaeidae: Euchirinae, Phaenomerinae, Rute· linae. 1918. 241 p. 68: J. Weise, Chrysomelidae: 12. Chrysomelinae. 1916. 255 p. 69: F. Borchmann, Mcloidae, Cephaloidae. 1()17. 208 p. 70: E. Csikl, Scydmaenidae. 1~H9. 106 p. 71: A. Zimmermann, Dytiscidae, Halipiidae, Hygrobiidae, Am· phizoictae. 1()20. 325 p. 72: S. Schenlding, Scarabacidae: Cp,toniinae. 1()21. 431 p. 73, 74: Chr. AurivillillS, C(']'a[lJhFilbl~: Lamiinae. 704 p. 75: S. Schenldillg.
20 costipennis Fairm. 25 Curriei Hopk. 20 deodarae Hopk. 21 discolobus Faust 26 dubius Rand. 20 Engelmanni Hopk. 20 ephippiger Faust 25 Fabricii Steph. 9 fasciatus J. Lec. 20 fasciculatus Shuck. 25 terrugineus Rey 13 Fiskei Hopk. 20 Fraseri Hopk. 20 Galloisi K6no 5 Gyllenhali C. R. SahIb. 5 harcyniae Hbst. 5 hercyniae Gyll. 5 hispidus Pasco 27 insignatus Boh. 7 insularis Faust 25 interstitiosus C. R. SahIb. 6 irroratus Reitt. 7 japonicus Niish. 7 Pars 125 laricinus Motsch. 5 Iaticollis Pasco 25 mesosternalis Hell.
27 29 Pars 43: G. J. Arrow, Scarabaeidae: Pachypodinae, Pleocominae, Aclopinae, Glaphyrinae, Ochodaeinae, Orphninae, Idiosto· minae, Hybosorinae, Dynamopinae, Acanthocerinae, Tro· ginae. 1912. 66 p. 44: H. Strohmeyer, Platypodidae. 1912. 26 p. 45, 47, 49, 50: K. W. von Dalla Torre, Scarabaeidae: Melolon. thinae. 1912-13. 451 p. 46: A. Boucomont, Scarabaeidae: Taurocerastinae, Geotrupinae. 1912. 47 p. 48: M. Pic, Anobiidae. 1912. 92 p. 51: H. Clavareau, Chrysomelidae: 1. Sagrinae, 2. Donaciinae, 3.