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A new African Helota-species Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Allied to H. guineensis and Sjöstedti. Recognizable by having four black spots in the fulvous basal half of the elytra (two on each elytron), which spots are by two and two united posteriorly by an infuscation of the 4th interspace. Length 14,5 mm. — Elongate, depressed, shining; fulvous, the head with mandibles (the throat excepted), a broad streak along the middle of the pronotum (anteriorly as broad as the neck), the basal and lateral edges of the pronotum, the scutellum, and the basal edge and larger (apical) half of the elytra black, the latter with a faint bronze hue; the fulvous basal portion of the elytra shows four black spots, two on each elytron: the larger, foremost one between the 3rd and 4th striae, the smaller hindmost one between the 5th...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509358
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A new genus, a new species of Antherea, and some geographical races of the genus Cricula (Saturnidae) from the Indo-Malayan region Naturalis
Watson, J. Henry.
Cricula drepanoides (Moore), P. Z. S. 1865, p. 817. This must be separated from Cricula (Walk.), Cat. Het. B. M. 1855, to which genus it appears to have little in common. The only reason for its being there is a slight resemblance to C. trifenestrata (Helf.) but for which I propose the name
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508785
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A new genus and apparently new species of Rhynchophorous Coleoptera Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
In the following lines a very interesting new genus of the group Rhynchophoridae will be established. A single male specimen, from the Upper Mahakam (Borneo), has been found in a small collection of natural history objects, presented to the Leyden Museum in December of last year by Mr. Kampmeinert. The species is dedicated to the donor. The nearest ally of this new genus, for which I propose the name Mahakamia, is Macrocheirus Schönh. The characters by which the two genera are differentiated in the male sex (the female sex of my insect is as yet unknown) are very conspicuous, as will be seen from the following table.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508477
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A new Myodites from Liberia (Coleoptera: Rhipiphoridae) Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Length 5 mm. — Black; the plumose antennae pale fulvous, the tip of the flabellae slightly infuscate; the legs pale fulvous, the extreme tip of the femora and tibiae and the basal third of the posterior femora infuscate; the elytra dark pitchy brown, narrowly margined with pale fulvous and provided with an ill-defined fulvous band (narrowest in the middle) beyond the base; wings hyaline, with a pale fulvous band before the apex, the nervules pale yellowish, the costa and those in the fulvous band darker. Head and thorax opaque, owing to the very dense punctuation, and covered with a short grey pubescence; the vertex conically elevated, the pronotum with three small smooth spots forming a triangle with its top directed towards the front margin of the...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509131
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Amphibien von Waigeu und den Molukken Naturalis
Kampen, P.N. van.
Die unten aufgezählten, von Herrn de Beaufort während seiner Reise 1909—10 gesammelten Amphibien bringen eine wünschenswerte Bereicherung unsrer Kenntnis der noch sehr unvollständig bekannten Batrachierfauna einiger Inseln aus dem östlichen Teile des Indischen Archipels, besonders von Waigeu und Ceram. Von der erstgenannten Insel ist bis jetzt nur eine einzige Art beschrieben worden und zwar Rana papua Less., die zuerst während der Reise der „Coquille” im Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts dort gesammelt wurde 1). Von Ceram sind bisher nur drei Hyla-Arten bekannt (H. dolichopsis Cope ²); H. vagabunda Ptrs. & Dor., von d’Albertis gesammelt ³), und H. kampeni Barbour 4).
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504503
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Apogonia basiventris, n. sp Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Very closely allied to and much resembling A. ventralis Moser ¹) from Tonkin and of the same length (9.5—10 mm.) but proportionately broader and less parallel. Both species have the base of the abdomen (the two basal ventral segments) and the apex of the elytra dull black, the anterior tibiae tridentate and the sides of the abdomen not sharply margined. The new species is distinguished from ventralis: 1° by the broader and less parallel shape of the body; 2° by the punctuation of the pronotum, the punctures being somewhat larger and slightly more distant from one another; 3° by the space between the humeral costa and the first of the two lateral interstices, which space is broader behind the shoulders than it is in ventralis; 4° by the more conspicuous...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509272
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Apogonia burmanica, n. sp Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Length 13 mm., breadth at the shoulders 7 mm. — Black; head, thorax and abdomen with a faint coppery hue, scutellum and elytra with a faint metallic green hue mixed with coppery; antennae pale fulvous, the palpi slightly darker. Head and thorax lustreless, elytra and abdomen subshining. — Clypeus densely punctured, broadly rounded, front margin turned upwards; separated from the face by a shining impunctate streak. Face strongly and deeply punctured, the punctures a trifle larger than those on the pronotum. — Pronotum exceedingly densely and regularly punctured, the narrow interspaces between the punctures forming irregular longitudinal and oblique fine ridges; the anterior lateral angles flattened, rather acutely protruding, shining, with a few punctures...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508579
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Auchenoglanis Büttikogeri, n. sp. from West Africa Naturalis
Popta, C.M.L..
The Director of the Zoological Garden in Rotterdam, Dr. J. Büttikofer, presented some fishes to the Leyden Museum, one of which is new to science and dedicated to its donor. They were brought to the above mentioned garden from Warri in Upper Nigeria, West Africa. They are: Calamichthys calabaricus Smith, a male and a female. Ophiocephalus africanus Steind., 2 specimens.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508620
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Bird-marking in the Netherlands. III. Recovery of marked Birds Naturalis
Oort, E.D. van.
In the following lines I have enumerated the recoveries of our marked birds, of which notice was given to me since my last paper on bird-marking in vol. XXXIV of this periodical. I have to tender my best thanks to all cooperators, to them who helped us in ringing birds, and especially to them in foreign countries, who sent us informations about capture of our ring-birds.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508628
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Description of a new African species of the Melolonthid genus Apogonia Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Closely allied to A. sulcata Kolbe ¹), but at once distinguished by its strong metallic colour (sulcata is deep black), more robust shape and only slightly emarginate front margin of the clypeus (in sulcata the clypeus is deeply emarginate in both sexes). Length 11 mm. — Above glabrous, very shining, bright metallic purplish with metallic green tinges; beneath the metallic hue is less distinct, especially on the prosternum and sides of metasternum; the legs black, the tarsi dark pitchy with rufous hairs; the punctures on the under surface of the body and on the legs with a minute decumbent white hair. Antennae, palpi and claws dark rufous.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508563
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Description of the male sex of HElota attenuata Rits Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Helota attenuata belongs, together with Dureli, Moutoni and Helleri, to the group of Helota rotundata (see my „Synopsis” in Notes Leyd. Mus. Vol. XIII, p. 227). It is easily recognizable among these species by the coarse punctuation on the pronotum and by the reddish testaceous colour of the elytral epipleurae. When I described the species, the female sex only was known to me (Notes Leyd. Mus. Vol. XVI, p. 112), but later on Mr. René Oberthür received also the male sex from the environs of Kurseong (R. F. Bretaudeau) and from Maria Basti and Padong in British Bhotan (R. F. Durel).
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509380
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Die Calamariaceen des Rheinisch-Westfälischen Kohlenbeckens Naturalis
Jongmans, W.J.; Kukuk, P..
Die beigegebene Tabelle zeigt die vertikale Verbreitung der verschiedenen Arten. Es erscheint zweckmässig der Tabelle noch einige Erläuterungen beizugeben. In den verschiedenen Stufen des rheinisch-westfälischen Beckens finden wir folgende Arten: A. PIESBERG und IBBENBÜREN. Calamites undulatus (häufig) „ Suckowi „ Cisti „ schützeiformis „ ramosus forma rugosa (häufig) Annularia radiata „ stellata (ziemlich häufig) „ sphenophylloides (sehr häufig) Asterophyllites equisetiformis forma typica (ziemlich häufig) „ „ „ Schlotheimi (häufig) „ longifolius ? Macrostachya infundibuliformis Equisetites zeaeformis Myriophyllites gracilis Pinnularia capillacea „ columnaris B. Gasflammkohle: Westfalen. Calamites undulatus (häufig) „ Suckowi „ Cisti „ ramosus (selten)...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508346
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Die Calamariaceen des Rheinisch-westfälischen kohlenbeckens Naturalis
Jongmans, W.; Kukuk, P..
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508327
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Die von Dr. Th. Herzog auf seiner zweiten Reise durch Bolivien in den Jahren 1910 und 1911 gesammelten Pflanzen. Teil I Naturalis
NN.
In der äusseren Form und Anordnung wird die Bearbeitung der botanischen Ausbeute von Dr. HERZOG’S zweiter bolivianischer Reise in ähnlicher Weise erfolgen, wie die Beschreibung der Pflanzen von Dr. ELBERT’S Sunda-expedition des Frankfurter Vereins für Geographie und Statistik (siehe diese Mededeelingen no. 14). Auch für Dr. HERZOG’S Pflanzen hat eine ansehnliche Zahl von Spezialisten bereitwilligst ihre Mitarbeit zugesagt, wofür ihnen auch an dieser Stelle aufrichtig gedankt sei. Zum besseren Verständnis der Fund-und Standortsangaben hat Dr. HERZOG den folgenden Bericht über den Gang seiner Reise eingesandt. „Vom derzeitigen Endpunkt der nordargentinischen Eisenbahn Ledesma ausgehend, reiste ich auf dem normalen Karawanenweg durch die breite Ebene des Rio...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508377
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Dipteren I Naturalis
Meijere, J.C.H. de.
Während Ihres Aufenthaltes auf Waigeu und der benachbarten kleinen Insel Saonek, und auf Ceram hat Frau C. F. DE BEAUFORT sich in sehr dankenswerter Weise mit dem Sammlen von Dipteren beschäftigt. Sie brachte eine ganze Anzahl von denselben zusammen, deren Bearbeitung ich sowohl wegen der in dipterologischer Hinsicht noch wenig untersuchten Fundorte, wie wegen des recht guten Conservationszustandes (alles war an Ort und Stelle gespiesst) gerne unternahm. Die Anthomyinen habe ich Herrn Prof. STEIN in Treptow a/R zur Bearbeitung zusenden dürfen; auch die übrigen Calyptraten bleiben einstweilen unbeachtet. Die Sarcophaga-Arten sind zur Zeit in den Händen des Dr. VILLENEUVE, der hoffentlich auch in der Lage sein wird das weitere Material dieser Gruppe zu...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504439
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Dipteren II Naturalis
Ricardo, Gertrude.
The species collected by Mrs. L. F. de Beaufort while joining her husband on his voyage to Ceram and Waigeu, are included here, with one new species from Buru in the British Museum Coll.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/504668
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Ein künstlich, erzeugter Bastard, Scrophularia Neesii Wirtg. X S. vernalis L Naturalis
Goddijn, W.A.; Goethart, J.W.C..
Im Herbst 1910 schenkten wir dem hiesigen „Rijks Herbarium” reichliches Herbarmaterial des in der Überschrift genannten Bastardes, welches bald darauf an verschiedene Botaniker und Institute verteilt wurde. Auf den beigelegten Etiketten wurde nach „Mededeelingen van ’s Rijks Herbarium No. 15” verwiesen, weil wir damals meinten, die Versuche, womit wir beschäftigt waren und welche nebenbei zur Erzeugung unseres Bastardes führten, bis zum Erscheinen derselben zum Abschluss bringen und in der genannten Nummer der „Mededeelingen” veröffentlichen zu können. Spätere Beobachtungen veranlassten uns, die Versuche viel weiter auszudehnen und so ist es jetzt noch nicht möglich, darüber zu berichten. Der Ankündigung auf den erwähnten Etiketten wegen, sei aber in...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508353
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Ephemeriden aus Java, gesammelt von Edw. Jacobson Naturalis
Ulmer, Georg.
Aus Java waren bisher 8 Arten bekannt, nämlich Palingenia javanica Etn., Palingenia tenera Etn., Rhoënanthus speciosus Etn., Thalerosphyrus determinatus Walk. (alle durch Eaton, Rev. Monogr. Ephemeridae, genannt), Compsoneuria spectabilis Etn., Caenis nigropunctata Klap., Pseudocloëon Kraepelini Klap. und Cloëon virens Klap. (von Klapálek, Mitt. Naturh. Mus. Hamburg. 22. 1905, aufgeführt). Die Sammlung Jacobson, die teils in meinem Besitz, teils in dem des Museums zu Leyden ist, fügt weitere 9 Arten, darunter 5 neue, hinzu. Wertvoll sind (ausser der Bereicherung der Liste) auch vor allem die biologischen Beobachtungen, die Herr Jacobson mir freundlichst mitteilte und die weiter unten wiedergegeben werden. — Das Material ist, wenn nicht anders angegeben, in...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509381
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Fauna Simalurensis. Coleoptera, fam. Buprestidae Naturalis
Veth, H.J..
1. Chrysochroa (Melanoxantha) bicolor F., var. nigricornis H. Deyr. 1 ♀ (n°. 1250) Febr. 1913 and 1 ♂ (n°. 3732) July 1913, from Sinabang (Simalur).
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508576
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Fauna Simalurensis. Coleoptera, fam. Cicindelidae Naturalis
Horn, Walther.
1. Collyris celebensis Chaud. 1 Exemplar (n°. 2859) von Pulu Babi, April 1913. 3 Exemplare (nos. 992, 1077 und 2860) von Sinabang (Simalur), Februar 1913.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1913 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509302
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