Publications

M.R. Wilson publications 1997-1999

Novotny, V. & Wilson, M.R. 1997. Why are there no small species among xylem-sucking insects? Evolutionary Ecology 11: 419-437

Della Giustina, W. , Remane, R. & Wilson, M. 1997. La faune de France des Delphacidae (Homoptera Auchenorrhyncha) V. Sp?cimens captures ou identifi?s en 1993 et 1994. Cahiers des Naturalistes, Bull. N.S. 51: 63-80

Wilson, M.R. 1998.Thamnotettix nigropictus Stal, 1870 (currently Nephotettix nigropictus; Insecta, Homoptera): proposed conservation of the specific name. Case 3039. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 55(2) 90-92

Wilson, M.R. Asche, M. 1998.Cicada clavicornis Fabricius, 1794 (Currently Asiraca clavicornis; Insecta, Homoptera): proposed conservation of the specific name. Case 3040. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 55(2) 93-94

A.J.A. Stewart & Wilson, M.R. 1999. Notes on the distribution of Ledra aurita (L.) (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) in Britain. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History. 11 (3/4): 167-168.

Wilson, M.R. 1999.Ulopa trivia Germar (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) in Wales. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History. 11 (3/4): 148.


Brian Levey publications 1997-1999

Kirk-Spriggs, A.H. and Levey, B. 1997. Meligethes corvinus Erichson, 1845 (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) reaffirmed as a British species. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 10 : 7-8.

Levey, B. 1997. Stephostethus alternans (Mannerheim) (Latridiidae), a species new to Britain. The Coleopterist 6(2) : 49 - 51.

Levey, B. & Pavett, P.M. 1999. Bembidion (Pseudolimnaeum) inustum Duval, (Coleoptera: Carabidae) an interesting new addition to the British fauna. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 11 : 169-171.


P.M. Pavett 1997-1999

P.M. Pavett 1998. A recent record of Oedemera viresecens (L.) (Coleoptera: Oedermeridae) in Gloucestershire. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 11: 7-8.

Levey & Pavett 1999 see above


J.C. Deeming publications 1997-1999

M.J. Ebejer & J.C. Deeming 1997. Chyromidae (Diptera: Schizophora) new to Spain with discriptions of adult and puparium of a new species of Aphaniosoma. Ent. mon. Mag. 133: 157-160.

J.C. Deeming 1997. The first endemic species of Meoneura Rondani (Diptera: Carnidae) to South Africa. Annals of the Natal Museum 38: 133-136.

J.C. Deeming 1998. The mosquito Aedes (Finlaya) geniculatus (Olivier) in South Wales. Ent. mon. Mag. 134:44

J.C. Deeming 1998. A description of the puparium of Gymnochirmyia inermis (Collin, 1933) from England (Diptera: Chyromidae) Studia dipterologica 5 (1):30-32

J.C. Deeming 1998. The Tropical Nest Fly, Passeromyia heterochaeta (Villeneuve) (Dipt., Muscidae) in eastern Arabia. Ent. mon. Mag. 134:314

J.C. Deeming 1998. Milichiidae and Carnidae (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha) from the Arabian Peninsula. Fauna of Arabia 17:147-157

J.C. Deeming 1999. Aulagromyza lucens (De Meijere), a species new to Britain. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 11: 172-173

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