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Biology of Coccinellidae

Ivo Hodek

Biology of Coccinellidae

by Ivo Hodek

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Published by Academia in Prague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ladybugs.,
  • Ladybugs -- Larvae.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith keys for identification of larvae by co-authors.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL596.C65 H6 1973b
    The Physical Object
    Pagination260 p.
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5473752M
    LC Control Number73177006

    Ivo Hodek has worked on Coccinellidae for over 50 years with most of his career spent at the Institute of Entomology, Biology Centre, Czech Academy of Sciences. Here he was Head of the Ecophysiology Laboratory (), and now holds an Emeritus Scientist position there. He has also researched and taught in The Netherlands, France and Japan. William L. Krinsky, in Medical and Veterinary Entomology (Third Edition), Coccinellidae (Lady Beetles) Lady beetles, also called ladybird beetles, have been cited most often as causing prickling or slight stinging sensations, followed by the formation of mild erythematous lesions. These beetles may nip at the skin; however, given their small size, it is more likely that their defensive.

    This book reviews all 57 currently recognised genera of Australian Coccinellidae, recognising valid described species, and including some genera and species newly described : Adam Slipinski. Coccinellidae is a widespread family of small beetles ranging in size from to 18 mm. The family is commonly known as ladybugs in North America, and ladybirds in Britain and other parts of the English-speaking world. Entomologists prefer the names ladybird beetles or lady beetles as these insects are not classified as true bugs. The majority of coccinellid species are generally considered useful insects, Class: Insecta.

      This book, by Australia's ladybird beetle specialist, Dr Adam Slipinski, illustrates Australia's diverse and fascinating ladybird beetle fauna — the commoner spotted species and the many others that are striped, glossy, and even very hairy. Most are predatory, but some are leaf feeders. This book reviews all 57 currently recognised genera of Australian Coccinellidae, recognising valid. The pupae of these two species of Epilachna produce one of the most fascinating groups of insect natural products, the azamacrolides and hna pupae are covered with a dense coating of glandular hairs, which secrete small droplets of a lipophilic fluid with deterrent properties. In the case of E. varivestis, the pupal defensive secretion consists of a mixture of five macrolides, the.


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: Biology of Coccinellidae (): Ivo Hodek: Books Books Go Search Hello Select your address Today's Deals Best Sellers Customer Service Find a Gift. This book provides the first monograph of Coccinellidae. Although the group finds inclusion both in Clausen's () "Entomophagous Insects" and in Balduf's () "Entomophagous Coleoptera", reference in these works is limited to three and twenty pages respectively.

Moreover, the last thirty yearsBrand: Springer Netherlands. This book provides the first monograph of Coccinellidae. Although the group finds inclusion both in Clausen's () "Entomophagous Insects" and in Balduf's () "Entomophagous Coleoptera", reference in these works is limited to three and twenty pages respectively.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hodek, Ivo. Biology of Coccinellidae. Prague, Academia, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hodek, Ivo. Biology of Coccinellidae (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. Na studium čeledi brouků slunéčkovitých Coccinellidae byla v posledních třiceti letech vynaložena značná práce.

Autor knihy vytřídil informace o těchto broucích podle různých pramenů, z nichž dal přednost těm, kteréidentifikují kauzální vztahy před prameny povahy pouze deskriptivní. Podává je ve formě přizpůsobené pro použití nespecializovaných entomologů.

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Ivo Hodek has worked on Coccinellidae for over 50 years with most of his career spent at the Institute of Entomology, Biology Centre, Czech Academy of Sciences. Here he was Head of the Ecophysiology Laboratory (), and now holds an Emeritus Scientist position there.

Coccinellids have been very actively studied in the course of the twenty three years since "Biology of Coccinellidae" was published. The great amount of new, and often very important findings have made the previous book outdated and a new synthesis is needed.

No other monograph of similar focus and extent has appeared. Product Information. This book provides the first monograph of Coccinellidae.

Although the group finds inclusion both in Clausen's () "Entomophagous Insects" and in Balduf's () "Entomophagous Coleoptera," reference in these works is limited to three and twenty pages respectively. Coccinellids have been very actively studied in the course of the twenty three years since "Biology of Coccinellidae" was published.

The great amount of new, and often very important findings have made the previous book outdated and a new synthesis is needed. No other monograph of similar focus and extent has by: Biology of Coccinellidae with keys for identification of larvae by co-authors.

Abstract No book devoted exclusively to the Coccinellidae has so far been available. In this monograph on the family, which is restricted largely to the Palaearctic fauna, there are chapters on the taxonomy and morphology of the adults and of the larvae, with keys. No book devoted exclusively to the Coccinellidae has so far been available.

In this monograph on the family, which is restricted largely to the Palaearctic fauna, there are chapters on the taxonomy and morphology of the adults and of the larvae, with keys for identification, variability and genetic studies, life-history and biological properties, distribution in habitats, food relations, Cited by: 4.

Biology of Coccinellidae by Ivo Hodek,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Ivo Hodek. Biology of Coccinellidae. The Hague: Junk. MLA Citation. Hodek, Ivo. Biology of Coccinellidae. With keys for identification of larvae by co-authors. [Illus. Jiri Zeleny, Ivo Kovar and G. Savoiskaya] Junk The Hague Australian/Harvard Citation.

Hodek, Ivo. Biology of Coccinellidae. With keys for identification of larvae by co-authors. Book Reviews Australian ladybirds AUSTRALIAN LADYBIRD BEETLES (COLEOP-TERA: COCCINELLIDAE).

THEIR BIOLOGY AND CLASSIFICATION by Adam Slipin ´ski, Australian Biolog-ical Resources Study, Canberra. xviiiþpp. Hard-back. ISBN 0 7. AU $90 This large format and impressively presented book is one ofCited by: 1. This book, by Australia's ladybird beetle specialist, Dr Adam Slipinski, illustrates Australia's diverse and fascinating ladybird beetle fauna — the commoner spotted species and the many others that are striped, glossy, and even very hairy.

Most are predatory, but some are leaf feeders. This book, by Australia's ladybird beetle specialist, Dr Adam Slipinski, illustrates Australia's diverse and fascinating ladybird beetle fauna — the commoner spotted species and the many others.

This book, by Australia’s ladybird beetle specialist, Adam Ślipiński, illustrates Australia’s diverse and fascinating ladybird beetle fauna—the commoner spotted species and the many others that are striped, glossy, and even very hairy.

Most are predatory, but some are leaf feeders. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: K. Hagen. Coccinellids have been very actively studied in the course of the twenty three years since "Biology of Coccinellidae" was published.

The great amount of new, and often very important findings have made the previous book outdated and a new synthesis is needed. No other monograph of similar focus and extent has : Ivo Hodek.Remy Poland is a biology teacher at Clifton College, Bristol. Her research focuses on the evolutionary ecology of ladybirds.

Current interests include the ecological impacts of the invasive 'harlequin ladybird', Harmonia axyridis, on British aphidophagous insects, particularly native coccinellids.The ladybug life cycle begins with an egg. Once she has mated, the female ladybug lays a cluster of five to 30 eggs.

  She usually deposits her eggs on a plant with suitable prey for her offspring to eat when they hatch; aphids are a favorite food.