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Wolcott 1948 Insects of Puerto Rico No3

Wolcott 1948 Insects of Puerto Rico No3

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'
VOL
XXXII.
JULY
1948
of
the
UNIVERSITY
OF
PUERTO
RICO
•EHiE
INSECTSOFfUERTO
By
George
N*
WoleoU
©IPTERA
?AOB
Tipulidae
'.
418"
Cnlioidae,
428
Tabanidae.4*7'
Syrpbidae
..'-
461
Larvaevoridae(Taohinidae)...
471
Musoidae-492
Trypetidae
•,....;
&*?
Agromyzidae
525
Hippobosoidae
630
Stioblidae
631
SIPHONAPTERA
538
LEFEDOPTERA
paoe<
Rhopalocera:
Butterflies—
..537
Danaidae538
Nymphalidae
640
Papitionidae
561
Heaporiidae
662
Heterocera:Moths...
•
673Euohromidae673'
Nootuidae
681
Sphingidae
'.
-625
Geometridae
-.
636
Pyralidae
647
GelBflhiidae
7*®
Lyonetiidae
734
Megalopygidae744
PUBLISHED
BY
UNITERSITT
OF
PUERTO
RICO
THEAGRICULTURALEXPERIMENTSTATION
Rio
Piasus,
F;
R.
 
THEJOURNALOFAGRICULTURE
OFTHEUNIVERSITYOFPUERTORICO
Issued
quarterlybythe
Agricultural
Experiment
Stationofthe
University
of
Puerto
Rico,
for
thepubli
cation
of
articles
by
members
ofits
personnel,
or
others,
dealing
withanyofthe
more
technical
aspecta
of
scientificagricultureinPuertoRicoortheCaribbeanArea.
Vol.
XXXII
July.
194S
No.3
DIPTERA
Two-winged
Flies
As
early
as
1794
and
1805,
Fabricius
named
and
described
flies
from
the
IslandofSt.Thomasinthe
Virgin
Islands.
Theearliestextensive
records
of
Diptera
from
Puerto
Rico,however,
arethe
determinations
andde
scriptionspublished
by
Herr
Victor
von
Roeder:
"Dipteren
von
derInsel
Portorico"(Stettiner
Entomologische
Zeitschift,
337-349.
Stettin,
1885)
ofthecollectionsmadebyDr.JuanGundlach.ThosemadebyMr.AugustBusckin
1899
were
listed,ordescribedif
new,
byMr.D.W.Coquillett
ina"Reportona
Collection
of
Dipterous
Insects
from
PortoRico"
(Proc.
U.S.National
Museum,
22:
249-270.
Washington,
D.
C,
1900).
All
oftheseearlierrecordsaregivenbyDr.J.M.Aldrichinhis"Catalogueof
North
American
Diptera"
(Smithsonian
Misc.
Collections,
46:(1444):
1_080.
Washington,
D.
C,
1905).
Dr.F.M.Root,ofthe
School
of
Hygiene
and
Public
Health
at
John
Hopkins
University,
primarily
in
terestedin
mosquitoes
and
flies
as
disease
vectors,
published"Noteson
Mosquitoes
andother
Blood-Sucking
Flies
from
Porto
Rico"
(Amer.
Jour.
Hygiene,
2(4):
394-405,
fig.
5.
Baltimore,
July
1922)
after
an
extended
survey
in
person.
Dr.C.H.Curran
begandescribing
"NewDiptera
from
theWestIndies,"
allofwhichwerefromPuertoRico(AmericanMuseumNovitatesNo.220,
pp.
1-14.
New
York,
June
19,
1926),
continuedwith"New
Neotropical
andOrientalDipterainthe
American
Museum
ofNaturalHistory"
(Ameri
canMuseumNovitatesNo.
245,
pp.1-9,
fig.
1.NewYork,January27,
1927),
butdidnot
complete
his
account
ofthe"Dipteraor
Two-winged
Flies"fortheScientificSurveyofPortoRicoandtheVirginIslands,11
(1):
3-118,
fig.
38,ref.
19.
New
York
Academy
of
Sciences,
NewYork,
1928,
asthiswas
followed
bya"FirstSupplementoftheDipteraofPorto
RicoandtheVirginIslands"(AmericanMuseumNovitatesNo.456,pp.
23,
fig.
4.NewYork,February
11,
1931)
andbyseveralotherpaperson
themembersoftheTachinidae,Dolichopodidae,andSyrphidae.Prof.O.A.JohannsenofCornellUniversitypublisheddescriptionsof"New
Species
of
Nemocera
from
PuertoRico"(Jour.
Agr.
Univ.P.R.,22(2):
219-225.
RioPiedras,
May
1938).
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