2 edition of Lepidoptera of the Maltese Islands found in the catalog.
Lepidoptera of the Maltese Islands
|Statement||by P. Borg.|
|LC Classifications||QL555.M3 B67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 25 p.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||76240141|
Braconid and ichneumonid (Hymenoptera) parasitoid wasps of Lepidoptera from the Maltese Islands Article (PDF Available) in Zootaxa (1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Naturalista sicil., S. IV, XLII (1), , pp. LOUIS F. C ASSAR A REVISION OF THE BUTTERFLY FAUNA (Lepidoptera Rhopalocera)OF THE MALTESE ISLANDS SUMMARY This paper presents a revised update of the butterfly fauna of the Maltese Islands.
Six species of Coleophoridae, Coleophora acrisella, C. arenicola,\ud C. bilineella, C. festivella, C. fretella, and C. helianthemella are recorded for the\ud first time from the Maltese Islands. The record of C. arenicola is also the first one\ud for Europe. The female of C. fretella is described and its biology : Michael Zerafa. In the book Il-Mit Pawlin u l-Abbuż tal-Istorja Maltija (The Pauline Mythology and the Abuse of Maltese History), author Mark Camilleri criticizes the Superintendence for supporting Pauline mythology by presenting the 12th–17th centuries tales purported by Giovanni Francesco Abela as fact, and for supporting the idea that Christianity in Malta has been continuous since the supposed shipwreck in .
Maltese Islands. Edited by David Mifsud. The aim of this section is to provide a checklist of all arthropods recorded from the Maltese Islands. This checklist is still in its introductory phase but we hope that in a couple of months various contributors will provide updated checklists of particular groups of arthropods to be included. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Malta () Vol. 1: First record of Nepticulidae from the Maltese Islands (Lepidoptera) Michael ZERAFA1 ABSTRACT.
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Lepidoptera -- Malta Moths -- Malta: Issue Date: Citation: Valletta, A. The moths of the Maltese Islands. Malta: Abstract: Anthony Valletta's aim in this book is to compile the list of Maltese Lepidoptera- Heterocera - and to put together all the records of moths taken in the Maltese islands from to URI:Cited by: The butterflies of the Maltese Islands Paperback – January 1, by Anthony Valletta (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all formats and editions Hide other 5/5(1). Flora of the Maltese Islands Volume 1 is the first book of a series of four volumes regarding the wild plants of the archipelago of the small Maltese Islands in the central Mediterranean region. This first volume contains information on the islands' geology, climate and soil, and also about the origins of the : Alex Casha.
About the Book: Orchids of the Maltese Islands contains the most up-to-date information about the orchids of Malta, backed by twelve years of surveying and research by botanist and taxonomist Stephen Mifsud.
The book features: All species occurring in the Maltese Islands, including new species to science described from Malta. The butterflies of the Maltese Islands: Authors: Valletta, Anthony: Keywords: Lepidoptera -- Malta Butterflies -- Malta: Issue Date: Citation: Valletta, A.
The butterflies of the Maltese Islands. Malta: Abstract: Anthony Valletta's aim in this book is to compile a list of Lepidoptera - butterflies found in the Maltese Islands up to URI:Cited by: 4.
New Book Availability: Usually available within 1 week(s) Special Offer The Geometrid Lepidoptera of the Maltese Islands book of Europe 1: Introduction, Archiearinae, Orthostixinae, Desmobathrinae, Alsophilinae and Geometrinae. The bark beetle fauna of the Maltese Islands is reviewed, based on in his book entitled () published a list of Lepidoptera, Hemiptera and Coleoptera which he collected from these islands during a period of almost two years that he spent in Malta as a prisoner of by: 9.
Six species of Noctuidae (Lepidoptera) are reported for the first time from the Maltese Islands. These are Heteropalpia acrosticta (Pungeler, ), Araeopteron ecphaea (Hampson, ), Chi/odes maritima (Tauscher, ), Mormo maUl'a (Linnaeus, ), Spudea ruticilla (Esper, ) and Aporophila australis Boisduval, Author: Paul Sammut, Alexei Sammut, Aldo Catania, Anthony Seguna, Dennis Magro.
The Lepidoptera of Malta consist of both the butterflies and moths recorded from the island of Malta. The Lepidoptera of the Cook Islands consist of both the butterflies and moths recorded from the Cook Islands, a self-governing island country in the South Pacific Ocean.
According to a recent estimate, about Lepidoptera species are present on the Cook Islands. This book is the first major work on the butterflies of the Maltese archipelago (Malta, Gozo, Comino and islets such as Cominotto).
The Rhopaloceran fauna of this small southern Mediterranean island group is diverse, although it is feared that there have been local extinctions in recent decades. Lepidoptera -- Malta Psychidae Luffia lapidella: Issue Date: Publisher: Entomological Society of Malta: Citation: Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Malta.Vol.1, p.
Abstract: Luffia lapidella is recorded for the first time from the Maltese : Michael Zerafa, Paul Sammut, Peter Hättenschwiler. The Nepticulidae of Malta (Lepidoptera) Three species of Nepticulidae are recorded for the first time from the Maltese Islands. Acalyptris minimella, Ectoedemia euphorbiella, and Parafomoria pseudocistivora are added to the previously recorded Stigmella aurella.
A short description of the adults and notes on ecology are given. The study integrates the palaeogeographic issues linked to the ancient and intriguing history of the different civilizations that succeeded on the islands for thousands of years. The book also focuses on the N habitats.
Contents - Preface. - Physyography.- History of the Flora and Vegetation.- Syntaxonomical Arrangment of Vegetation. Malta (/ ˈ m ɒ l t ə /, / ˈ m ɔː l t ə / (); Maltese:), officially known as the Republic of Malta (Maltese: Repubblika ta' Malta), is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea.
It lies 80 km (50 mi) south of Italy, km ( mi) east of Tunisia, and km ( mi) north of Libya. With a population of aboutover an area of km Capital: Valletta, 35°54′N 14°31′E / °N °E.
Flora of the Maltese Islands brings together the previous 4 volumes with minor additions. It describe over species in full colour and contains over 1, colour photographs. The book can be regarded both as an informative one on plants and as a guide to the wild flora of the Maltese : Alex Casha.
Key words. Lepidoptera, Momphidae, Batrachedridae, Stathmopodidae, Cosmopterigidae, Maltese Islands, new records. Introduction The Maltese Islands are a group of small, low-lying islands situated almost at the centre of the Mediterranean, from 35°4828to 36°00N and 14°1104 to 14°3437 by: 2.
Islands, and (iii) examining existing collections of insect parasitoids from the Maltese Islands. This information further served as reference on the tritrophic relationships of parasitoids of Lepidoptera in the Maltese Islands.
Information about the parasitoids of Lepidoptera, host species and their food plants was obtained through rearing. isturgia disputaria (guenÉe, ), a species new to the lepidoptera f auna of the maltese islands SHILAP Revta.
lepid., 38 (), septiembre Isturgia disputaria (Gu 10/9/10 17 Author: Aldo Catania. Eteobalea thaumatella (Walsingham, ) a new moth for the Maltese Islands (Lepidoptera: Cosmopterigidae) Article (PDF Available) January with 54 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Fourteen species of Ichneumonidae are here recorded from the Maltese Islands.
Of these, all were reared from Lepidoptera hosts with the exception of Netelia (Paropheltes) inedita (Kokujev) which was collected from a malaise by: 1.is an additional section of displaying some of the animal and mushroom biodiversity of the wild life of the Maltese Islands.
There are about 7, species belonging to the Animals and Funghi Kingdoms in the Maltese Islands, most of them being Insects ( c.) Molluscs ( c.) and Funghi ( spp. c.).in the larger islands of the Mediterranean Basin, most of central Europe, the Canary Islands and the Azores, Great Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland, the Ukraine and European Russia (Ni e u k e r k e N, ).
It is also known from North Africa. First record of Nepticulidae from the Maltese Islands (Lepidoptera) Michael ZERAFA1.