2 edition of Monographs on the Isopods of North America found in the catalog.
Monographs on the Isopods of North America
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|Statement||by Harriet Richards.|
|Series||United States National Museum. Bulletin 54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liii, 727 p. :|
|Number of Pages||727|
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See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the Pages: America. His argument was that if North America had been a site for the origin of terrestrial isopods, one might expect that a larger number of species would by now be found here.
To Van Name (), the depauperate nature of its fauna was evidence that North America was generally not a site for the origin of terrestrial isopods. COVID Resources.
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Monographs of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 6, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Google Scholar Key to the isopods of the Adantic coast of North America, widi descriptions of new and litde known species.
Proceedings of the United States National by: Early Encounters in North America Early Encounters in North America contains 1, authors and overpages of letters, diaries, memoirs and accounts of early encounters. Particular care has been taken to index the material so that it can be used in new ways.
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(This also included the Tanaidacea, which she regarded as an isopod suborder). Although several regional monographs have subsequently appeared, this is the first attempt since Richardson's monograph to provide an up-to-date account of the isopods (albeit only the marine species) of the entire continent.
The terrestrial isopods known as pillbugs and sowbugs in North America are collectively known as ‘woodlice’ in Europe. The term ‘woodlice’ conveniently depicts their relatedness and preferred habitat, and deserves wider recognition and use in North America.
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fontinalis described] Richardson, H. Synopses of North American invertebrates. VIII. The Isopoda. Part II. American Naturalist, Key to the isopods of the Atlantic coast of North America with descriptions of new and little known species; Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Also called an isopod, they are small bugs.
They are also known as rollypollys and sow bugs these bugs have small "plates of armor". Isopods are. Her best known work was "A Monograph on the Isopods of North America" (, reprinted ), an excellent overview of isopod systematics, literature, distributions, and habits of all the species.
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It is the most extensively investigated terrestrial isopod species. Armadillidium vulgare may reach a length of 18 millimetres ( in), and is capable of rolling into a ball Family: Armadillidiidae.
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(), Marine exotic isopods from the Iberian Peninsula and nearby waters. PeerJ 6:e; DOI /peerj Her best known work, “A monograph on the isopods of North America” (, reprinted ), is an overview of isopod systematics, literature, distributions, and habits of all the species (terrestrial, freshwater, and marine) that is still used today.
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Dispersal ability is the result of complex features and life-history processes. In fact, the spread of e in California grassland and in North America in general (Garthwaite et al. ) is a real ‘success story’. Terrestrial isopods are continuously introduced in the present by: 3.
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The adults and larvae of all species are illustrated in thirty color plates, which are supplemented by line drawings of cocoons, photographs of behavior, and distribution than a natural history, this book 5/5(2).All nominal species of terrestrial isopods (Isopoda, Oniscidea) described by the year are listed.
For every valid species a complete bibliography is given. Valid genera, species and synonyms are arranged strictly alphabetically, regardless of the systematic position. species of terrestrial isopods were known by the year File Size: 1MB.