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The North American Grasshoppers, Volume II: Acrididae

Oedipodinae

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$184.00 • £147.95 • €165.50

ISBN 9780674626614

Publication Date: 01/28/1985

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376 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

94 maps, 72 line illustrations, 210 color illustrations on a 24-page insert

The North American Grasshoppers

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  • Introduction
    • Taxonomic Characters and Variability
    • Communication in Oedipodinae
    • Reproductive Isolation
  • The Subfamily Oedipodinae
    • Key to Genera of Oedipodinae
      • Machaerocera
      • Tropidolophus
    • Arphia Genus Group
      • Arphia
      • Leuronotina
      • Totnonotus
      • Lactista
    • Chortophaga Genus Group
      • Chortophaga
      • Chimarocephala
      • Encoptolophus
      • Shotwellia
    • Hippiscus Genus Group
      • Hippiscus
      • Pardalophora
      • Xanthzppus
      • Cratypedes
      • Agyinnastus
      • Stiethippus
      • Leprus
      • Hadrotettix
      • Heliastus
      • Camnula
    • Sphingonotus Genus Group
      • Spharagemon
      • Dissosteira
      • Eximacris
      • Conozoa
      • Microtes
      • Sphingonotus
      • Trimerotropis
    • Bryodema Genus Group
      • Circotettix
    • Anconia Genus Group
      • Anconia
    • Psinidia Genus Group
      • Psinidia
      • Trachyrhachys
      • Hippopedon
      • Metator
      • Mestobregtna
      • Trepidulus
      • Derotmema
  • Appendix 1. Explanation of Characters
  • Appendix 2. Signal Repertoire of Oedipodinae
  • Appendix 3. Epiphalli and Aedeagi of Palearetic and Nearctic Species of Oedipodinae
  • Appendix 4. Taxonomic Changes Made in This Volume
  • Appendix 5. The Genera of Oedipodinae
  • Appendix 6. The Species of Oedipodinae
  • Appendix 7. Pronunciation of Names
  • References
  • Taxonomic Index

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