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Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America: With a List of the South American Species Volume 4, Issue 1 of Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America: With a List of the South American.

Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America. Washington: Smithsonian institution, (DLC) Online version: Hagen, Hermann August, Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.

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BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. Life History & Ecology The order Neuroptera includes the lacewings and antlions. "Lumpers" often include the Megaloptera (dobsonflies and alderflies) and Raphioptera (snakeflies) as suborders of the Neuroptera.

Except for spongillaflies (family Sisyridae) whose larvae feed on fresh-water sponges, all members are terrestrial. With ∼6, living species, Neuroptera is one of the smaller orders of insects (Winterton, Hardy & Wiegmann, ), but most larval neuropterans are predacious, often in agricultural systems.

The insect order Neuroptera, or net-winged insects, includes the lacewings, mantidflies, antlions, and their order consists of some 6, species. Neuroptera can be grouped together with the Megaloptera and Raphidioptera in the unranked taxon Neuropterida (once known as Planipennia) including: alderflies, fishflies, dobsonflies, and snakeflies.

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Hagen, Hermann. Washington. Neuroptera is a moderately small order of mostly terrestrial species, such as antlions and lacewings, but the only family in North America that is entirely aquatic is Sisyridae, with a mere six species of spongillaflies.

Two new fossil species of Nymphidae (Neuroptera) are described: Nymphes georgei sp. nov. from the Early Eocene locality at Republic, Washington, U.S.A., and Pronymphes hoffeinsorum sp. nov. from.

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In the early nineties, a tight-knit group forms. Young, reclusive, computer hackers are the core of the group, and find support with each other. In homage to the emerging World Wide Web, they create a chat room called Neuroptera. The name is an inside joke about flies trapped in a web.

The. NEUROPTERA OF NORTHERN SOUTH AMERICA PART by Nathan Banks CHRYSOPIDAE The CHRYSOPIDAE (NOTHOCHRYSIDAE) of South America are vcry numerous in species, and some are very common and widespread. Many were described by Longinos Navas and were it not for the kindness of Professor R.

Smith of. New state records for Coniopterygidae (Neuroptera) with an updated list of species in North America north of Mexico Insecta Mundi 1–20 ZooBank Registered: urn:lsid::pubEA9CAA20C-1EEF Published in by Center for Systematic Entomology, Inc.

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Based on your answers to the questions, you have identified your insect as being in the order Neuroptera. Members of this order include: lacewings, antlions, owlflies and mantidflies. Etymology: Neuroptera comes from the Greek words neura, which means sinew or nerve, and ptera, which means describes the nerve-like web of veins that extends across the wings.

History of Precolonial North America Introduction Migration to the New World. During the Upper Paleolithic period (ca. 50, BC), humans migrated to Alaska via the Bering land bridge and colonized the Americas.

Genetic research has shown that all indigenous peoples of the Americas are descended from the same ancestral group except for the Arctic peoples (the Eskimo and Aleut), who Missing: Neuroptera. Nerve Winged Insects (Order Neuroptera) contain several families of unusual insects.

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There are about forty-five hundred species worldwide and about three hundred and forty of them are found in North America. The Dobsonflies and the Fishflies (Order Megaloptera) are sometimes separated from the Neuroptera and placed in a separate order.On cover: Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia and Reptilia of North America, Part I.

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