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AuthorH.C. Blöte
TitleCatalogue of the Berytidae, Piesmidae and Tingidae in the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie
JournalZoologische Mededelingen
Volume25
Year1945
Issue11
Pages72-92
ISSN0024-0672
AbstractThe collection of Berytidae, Piesmidae, and Tingidae in the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie is not of the same degree of completeness as that of most of the other families of bugs. Exotic insects of small size have often been neglected by our collectors, and it seems, moreover, that the Tingidae are not very abundant in the tropical regions.
Because of lack of material for comparison I have abandoned the description of the few American and African species that are possibly new to science. Only the descriptions of new species from the Indian Archipelago are given below.
BERYTIDAE —
BERYTINAE
Neides aduncus Fieb. I. Southern France, Duda. — 2. Rio Salato, Oran, 1895, Dr. Schmiedeknecht. — 3. Corfu, 1889, Schmiedeknecht. — 4. Tunis, 1898, Dr. Schmiedeknecht. — 5-6. Zante, 1901, Dr. Schmiedeknecht. (Altogether in Fokker's Collection).
Neides tipularius L. 1. Wageningen, August 5, 1860, Snellen van Vollenhoven. — 2. ?. — 3. Arnhem, April, Van Medenbach de Rooy. — 4. De Bilt, September, on heath. — 5. Haarlem, July, Groll. — 6. Katwijk, July, De Graaf. — 7. Rotterdam, J. F. Snelleman. — 8. Charente, H. Giraudeau. — 9-10. Nijmegen. — 11. Ellemeet, June 1900. — 12. Cephalonia, 1901, Dr. Schmiedeknecht. (The specimens 1-12 in Fokker's collection). — 13. ?. — 14. Breda, September 14, 1873. — 15-17- Breda, February 2,1874, — 18. Breda, September 2,1870. — 19(-21 ?). Holland. — 22. Holland, Snellen van Vollenhoven. — 23. Bennebroek, June. — 24. Driebergen, Six. — 25. Leiden, Snellen van Vollenhoven. — 26. Arnhem, May 1905, Dammerman. —27. Arnhem, August 1905, Dammerman. — 28-29. ?, from Heylaerts'
Classification42.75
Document typearticle
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