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A further contribution to our Oological knowledge of the Island of Java (Indonesia) Naturalis
Hellebrekers, W.Ph.J.; Hoogerwerf, A..
The present authors independently from one another studied oological material from Java. The results of their studies are combined in the present paper. Hellebrekers deals with three collections, held by the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie at Leiden, brought together (a) by M. E. G. Bartels and his sons (4770 shells), (b) by J. G. Kooiman (280 shells), and (c) by H. J. V. Sody (175 shells). Of these collections those made by Bartels and Sody consist almost exclusively of eggs from West Java, while that made by Kooiman originates from East Java. Hoogerwerf gives details of 1020 shells of his own collection, almost all of which originate from West Java. These were obtained after the appearance in 1949 of a paper in which he published the colour...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.83.
Ano: 1967 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/317794
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A further extension of Elminius modestus Darwin on the west coast of France Naturalis
Crisp, D.J..
In previous publications Bishop & Crisp (1957, 1958) described the distribution of Elminius modestus on the coasts of France, based on surveys made in 1953 and 1954. Further information including some observations made in 1955 was given by Bishop, Crisp, Fischer-Piette & Prenant (1957). Elminius was shown to be centred on three main areas; the Channel coast east of Cap de la Hague, the river systems of North Brittany, and the Rade de Brest. Further south scattered individuals only were to be found, nowhere in sufficient abundance to allow the majority to breed. Bishop & Crisp (1957) pointed aut that the scarcity of Elminius on this part of the Brittany coast was surprising, since there are numerous suitable estuaries and harbours and an...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1959 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505032
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A further Note on the Canines of Celebochoerus Naturalis
Hooijer, D.A..
The genus Celebochoerus was based by me (Hooijer, 1948) on two fragments of upper canines of rather large size, different from their homologues in Sus celebensis Müller and Babyrousa babyrussa (L.), the two living species of Suidae of Celebes. The specimens originate from Pleistocene deposits at Desa Beru, Tjabenge (Sopeng district), about 100 km N.E. of Macassar, S. Celebes, and were collected by Mr. H. R. van Heekeren, prehistorian to the Archaeological Survey at Macassar. In the meantime I have received more specimens of upper canines, collected by Mr. Van Heekeren at Desa Beru and also at Sompoh, 12 km N. of Beru. These specimens, like those first described, are surface finds and consequently more or less water-worn. They show a great deal of variation...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.84.
Ano: 1950 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/319291
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A generic monograph of the Meliaceae Naturalis
Pennington, T.D.; Styles, B.T..
Of all plant families the Meliaceae is among the more useful to man, chiefly for its high quality timbers and for the ease with which some species can be grown in plantations. Almost confined to the tropics, its species nevertheless pervade them, and occur, often conspicuously, in a variety of habitats from rain forest to mangrove swamp and semidesert. For its size, the family probably contains a wider range of floral and fruit structures than any comparable group. In what other family is there such a diversity of primitive ‘arillate’5 seeds, side-by-side with such an array of derived fruits and seeds, and still connected by intermediates? Or, to take the flower, where else can be found such a diversity of forms, from the minute, but structurally complex,...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1975 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524789
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A generic reclassification of the Afrotropical Bolboceratini (Coleoptera: Geotrupidae) Naturalis
Krikken, J..
The generic classification of the Afrotropical Bolboceratini is discussed. Fourteen genera are recognized, five of them new: Bolboceratellus, Bolbodius, Bolboceratex, Namibiobolbus and Meridiobolbus. Microbolbus Vulcano et al. is synonymized with Mimobolbus Vulcano et al. Bolbaffroides and Bolboceratops are raised to generic rank. The genera are keyed, diagnosed, and their species are listed. Many new combinations are proposed, mainly for species hitherto combined with Bolboceras Kirby.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Coleoptera; Geotrupidae; Bolboceratini; Key; Genera; Afrotropical; Checklists; Species; 42.75.
Ano: 1984 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/319005
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A generic record for Faika (Monimiaceae) in Papua New Guinea Naturalis
Takeuchi, W.N.; Renner, S.S..
The genus Faika Philipson (Monimiaceae) consists of the single species F. villosa (Kaneh. & Hatus.) Philipson, previously known only from Irian Jaya between the Vogelkop Peninsula and the Cyclops Mts (Philipson, 1986). A recent identification by Renner (of Takeuchi 10349 from the April River; A, LAE) indicates that Faika is also present in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The first author revisited this locality in August 2001 and obtained additional specimens, notes, and photos to document this new record. PNG now has eight genera of Monimiaceae s.s. (excluding Atherospermataceae and Siparunaceae; Renner, 1999): Faika, Kairoa, Kibara, Lauterbachia, Levieria, Palmeria, Steganthera, and Wilkiea. Faika villosa was originally described as Steganthera villosa...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 2002 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/533400
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A geo-electric and gravimetric survey in the delta of the rivers Fluvia and Muga (Gerona), Spain Naturalis
Geirnaert, W..
In the delta of the rivers Fluvia and Muga, the Quaternary is hydrogeologically the most important deposit. It is underlain by Pliocene marls and clays. From geo-electrical soundings and bore-hole data a map with depth contours of the Quaternary-Pliocene boundary plane was constructed. Near the coast the Quaternary consists of two aquifers. One of the restrictions of the resistivity method is that the second aquifer is too thin in respect to its depth. Therefore only the formation resistivities of the complete Quaternary were calculated. By comparing the map of formation resistivities with maps of the clay percentage and the water resistivities in the Quaternary, prospective areas for waterwinning can be delineated. To the north of the delta, Silurian...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1976 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505767
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A global phylogeny of leafmining Ectoedemia moths (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae): exploring host plant family shifts and allopatry as drivers of speciation Naturalis
Doorenweerd, C.; Nieukerken, E.J. van; Menken, S.B.J..
Background: Host association patterns in Ectoedemia (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) are also encountered in other insect groups with intimate plant relationships, including a high degree of monophagy, a preference for ecologically dominant plant families (e.g. Fagaceae, Rosaceae, Salicaceae, and Betulaceae) and a tendency for related insect species to feed on related host plant species. The evolutionary processes underlying these patterns are only partly understood, we therefore assessed the role of allopatry and host plant family shifts in speciation within Ectoedemia. Methodology: Six nuclear and mitochondrial DNA markers with a total aligned length of 3692 base pairs were used to infer phylogenetic relationships among 92 species belonging to the subgenus...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Ectoedemia; Moths; Nepticulidae; Plant relationships; Host shift; Leafminers.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/648511
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A Harbour Porpoise, Phocoena phocoena (Linnaeus, 1758), from the Mackenzie River delta, Northwest Territories, Canada (Notes on Cetacea, Delphinoidea VIII) Naturalis
Bree, P.J.H. van; Sergeant, D.E.; Hoek, W..
A Harbour Porpoise, Phocoena phocoena, taken from near Shallow Bay, Mackenzie River Delta, Northwest Territories (68°48’ N 136°35’ W) in July 1973 represents a range extension 800 km eastwards from the previous extreme northeastern record on the north Alaskan coast. All 12 Harbour Porpoises so far examined from either the extreme north of the range of the species in the eastern North Pacific Ocean, or from the extreme south of the range in the eastern North Pacific and eastern North Atlantic Oceans, are large animals.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1977 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505060
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A hidden early source of information on north-eastern Brazilian zoology Naturalis
Boeseman, M..
Attention is drawn to some hitherto overlooked paragraphs on the north-eastern Brazilian fauna hid- den in a historiographic account of Count Johan Maurits' govenorship (1637-1644), published by Caspar van Baerle (Barlaeus) in 1647, a year before the publication of Marcgrave & Piso's famous Historia naturalis Brasiliae and based on the same sources.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Zoology; Dutch Brazil; Barlaeus; Johan Maurits van Nassau; De Laet; Marcgrave; Piso; 42.01; 42.05.
Ano: 1994 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/319416
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A histological study of microsporogenesis in Tarenna gracilipes (Rubiaceae) Naturalis
Vinckier, S.; Smets, E..
We studied the microsporogenesis in Tarenna gracilipes (Hayata) Ohwi, with special attention to the mode of exine deposition and tapetum development. We based this research on light (LM), scanning electron (SEM) and transmission electron microscopic (TEM) observations of developing anthers of T. gracilipes, from the microspore mother cell stage towards anther dehiscence. Evidence is supplied that the microsporogenesis in T. gracilipes can be considered as simultaneous. Columellae, foot layer and tectum develop in a fibrillar matrix. Similar with earlier studies in Rubiaceae species, a single white line formed near the plasmalemma in the extra-apertural region. The developing endexine dilated into several white line centered lamellae at the apertures. An...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Tarenna gracilipes; Rubiaceae; Microsporogenesis; Exine deposition; Tapetum development; Histology; Light microscopy; Scanning.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/407305
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A hitherto unnoticed adaptive radiation: epitoniid species (Gastropoda: Epitoniidae) associated with corals (Scleractinia) Naturalis
Gittenberger, A.; Gittenberger, E..
Twenty-two epitoniid species that live associated with various hard coral species are described. Three genera, viz. Epidendrium gen. nov., Epifungium gen. nov., and Surrepifungium gen. nov., and ten species are introduced as new to science, viz. Epidendrium aureum spec. nov., E. sordidum spec. nov., Epifungium adgranulosa spec. nov., E. adgravis spec. nov., E. adscabra spec. nov., E. marki spec. nov., E. nielsi spec. nov., E. pseudolochi spec. nov., E. pseudotwilae spec. nov., Surrepifungium patamakanthini spec. nov., and ‘Epitonium’ crassicostatum spec. nov. and ‘E.’ graviarmatum spec. nov. Although their identities as separate gene pools are convincingly demonstrated by molecular data, some of these species cannot be identified unequivocally on the basis...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Indo-Pacific; Parasites; Coral reefs; Coral/mollusc associations; Epitoniidae; Epitonium; Epidendrium; Epifungium; Surrepifungium; New species; New genera; Scleractinia; Fungiidae; Fungia; 42.73.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/214349
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A Hydnum from Kashmir Naturalis
Maas Geesteranus, R.A..
Mycoleptodonoides Nikol. is compared with other genera, Hydnum aitchisonii Berk, is redescribed, and for it the new combination Mycoleptodonoides aitchisonii (Berk.) Maas G. is proposed.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1961 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/532302
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A Japanese portrait of Heinrich Bürger Naturalis
Uéno, M..
Recently I came across a portrait of Heinrich Bürger made when, as a secretary to Philipp Franz von Siebold, he visited Edo (now Tokyo) in 1826. This portrait is a rough sketch, and so far probably is the only portrait of him in existence. It was made by Watanabe-Kwazan (written also as Kwazan Watanabe after the western manner), an eminent artist, who, at that time, was also highly distinguished as a scholar of western thinking, a consequence of his Dutch learning. The present sketch was found in a collection of Watanabe's works owned by an old family, Kasuya by name, residing in the town of Kira in Aichi Prefecture. Watanabe's last place, Tabara, is located south of Kira beyond the Bay of Mikawa. Watanabe died there in 1841. Burger's biographic data...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: 42.01.
Ano: 1975 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/319207
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A Javan species of the genus Adelotopus Hope (Coleoptera: Carabicidae) Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
The Leyden Museum has recently received a small collection of Coleoptera from the island of Java, brought together and presented by Mr. Edw. Jacobson. Among these beetles I found a specimen of a species of the genus Adelotopus Hope, belonging to the interesting family of Pseudomorphidae (Carabicidae), which species certainly has not yet been described. I am acquainted with the description of only two other species of Adelotopus out of Australia, viz. Adelotopus collaris Waterh.¹) from Siam and Adelotopus papuanus Gestro ²) from Papuasia. A third species, described by Waterhouse (l.c.) under the name of Adelotopus marginatus and originating from Java, does not belong to the quoted genus but is synonymical with Cryptocephalomorpha Gaverei Rits. ³) from Java...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1909 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508683
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A key to the East Palaearctic and Oriental species of the genus Rhysipolis Foerster, and the first host records of Rhysipolis longicaudatus Belokobylskij (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Rhysipolinae) Naturalis
Zhang, Y.; Xiong, Z.-C.; Achterberg, K. van; Li, T..
A key to the East Palaearctic and northern Oriental species of Rhysipolis Foerster, 1862 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Rhysipolinae) is presented. Rhysipolis longicaudatus Belokobylskij, 1994 (stat. nov.) is redescribed, the first host records are given and it is reported new for China. Rhysipolis longicaudatus was reared from Taleporia sp. (Lepidoptera: Psychidae) in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and from Bazaria turensis Ragonot (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in Qinghai Province.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Rhysipolinae; Psychidae; Pyralidae; Rhysipolis longicaudatus; New hosts; Parasitoid.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/624570
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A key to the Oscillatoriaceae in northwest European saltmarshes Naturalis
Polderman, P.J.G..
A key and short description are given of eleven species of Oscillatoriaceae distinguished during an investigation of saltmarsh algal communities in Northwest Europe. The deviations from and agreements with the two main classification systems for Oscillatoriaceae, one by Geitler (1932), the other by Drouet (1968), are indicated.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1980 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525119
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A key to the species of Gelasinospora Naturalis
Arx, J.A. von.
The species described in Gelasinospora and in the synonymous genus Anixiella are keyed out and listed alphabetically. Three species described as Anixiella are transferred to Gelasinospora.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1982 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/531751
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A key to the species of Mortierella Naturalis
Gams, W..
A key is provided covering only those species of Mortierella of which living cultures are available and which are recognized as specifically distinct. Two subgenera, Micromucor subgen. nov. and Mortierella, and nine sections in the latter are distinguished. The recognized species are listed with some new synonymies and bibliographic documentation. Three species which were invalidly published by Linnemann in 1936 are validated.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1977 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/531967
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A key to the species of the locusta – group of the amphipod genus Gammarus, with notes on their nomenclature Naturalis
Stock, Jan H..
A key to the seven species of the Gammarus locusta-group is given. Four of these have got a new name: G. inaequicauda (= G. campylops Sars non Leach), G. insensibilis (= G. locusta Della Valle non Linnaeus), G. crinicornis (= G. plumicornis Pirlot non Costa) and G. subtypicus (= “Gammarus locusta forme subtypique”, of Rancurel).
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1966 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/505567
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