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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.44 (1970) nr.18 p.251
    Publication Date: 2007-12-05
    Keywords: Coleoptera ; Cetoniidae ; Lomaptera ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.24 (1942) nr.2 p.18
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: Under the above title I intend to publish a number of short notes on Cerambycidae, including synonymies, descriptions of new species, etc. For the greater part the material on which these notes are based is from the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie at Leiden. In other cases the collections are always indicated. Each set of notes published together will be arranged according to Aurivillius in Coleopterorum Catalogus (JunkSchenkling), parts 52, 39, 73 and 74. I. ADDITIONAL NOTE ON RHAPHIPODUS DRESCHERI DE JONG (PRIONINAE, PRIONINI) Rhaphipodus drescheri De Jong (fig. 1a and b) Rhaphipodus drescheri De Jong, 1936, Zool. Med., vol. 19, p. 77. When studying some Cerambycidae in the collections of the Amsterdam Zoological Museum I found three specimens, 2 ♀♀ and 1 ♂, of the herementioned species from the same locality, Noesa Kembangan, and apparently belonging to the original series of specimens, all collected by Mr. F. C. Drescher. I would not have mentioned this find had not the measurements been varying from those given in the original description. Especially the male is larger than those I saw before. The data are as follows: These measurements agree in their proportions with those given before. In the ♀♀ the antennae reach the middle of the length of the elytra, in the ♂ they are longer and reach the base of the apical third. Some details which were not given in the original description may be added here. The prosternum (fig. 1) is finely and evenly punctulated on its whole surface except on a narrow strip along the anterior and internal margins
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.45 (1971) nr.26 p.303
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: A remark of one of my colleagues that the ♀ of Gnathoclita vorax (Stoll) is still unknown, urged me to find out whether this was true, as I remembered to have seen both ♂ and ♀ specimens in the collections of the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie, Leiden, and of the Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna. Furthermore, Beier ( 1960: 240) remarked recently of G. vorax that the type is lost ('Typus verschollen"). Fortunately I can state now that the male type of Stoll's Gryllus Acheta vorax is still present, though slightly damaged. In the Leiden collection there are, apart from this type, more specimens of the species, one ♂ and one ♀; both bear a label in the handwriting of W. de Haan, who from 1822 to 1846 was curator of the invertebrate collections of the museum. De Haan was the first to give a description of the female of G. vorax; unfortunately, however, this description is only partially valid as De Haan's specimen appears to have been repaired to give it a better appearance. This often was done in the old cabinets of natural curiosities like those which formed the beginning of the Leiden Museum. Although we cannot get any certainty on this point, I presume that the reparation was done before De Haan studied the specimens. In 1861, de Saussure (1861: 129) already noted something wrong with De Haan's diagnosis. Later authors either copied the old data or described fresh specimens. These last-mentioned descriptions differ from De Haan's data. I had the opportunity to study some recently caught specimens, as well as modern literature, and from these sources I will try to elucidate De Haan's diagnosis. I want to express my thanks to Dr. D. C. Geijskes, Leiden, and to the
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.23 (1941) nr.5 p.47
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: Im Dezember 1938 besuchte der eine Autor, Dr. Breuning das Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie in Leiden zum Studium mehrerer sich dort befindlichen Typen von Lamiinae für seine „Études sur les Lamiaires" (1934— , Novitates Entomologicae, Suppl. 3). Er suchte dann auch eine Partie der interessantesten unbestimmten Cerambycidae zusammen, welche ihm zum weiteren Studium und Vergleichung an seiner Sammlung nach Wien zugesandt wurde. Einige Zeit später sandte er sie zurück, die neuen Arten von kurzen Diagnosen versehen. Der andere Autor hatte auf sich genommen, diese Diagnosen auszuarbeiten, die Stücke nachzuprüfen und die Abbildungen anzufertigen. Ursprünglich sollte vorliegende Arbeit im Spätsommer 1939 veröffentlicht werden. Die Herstellung der Figuren hat aber neben anderer Arbeit mehr Zeit in Anspruch genommen als erwartet worden war und als im August 1939 Dr. De Jong zum Militärdienst eingerufen wurde war das Manuskript noch nicht druckfertig. Erst nach seiner Rückkehr im Sommer 1940 konnte er seine Arbeit fortsetzen. Inzwischen hatte Dr. Breuning, in der Meinung dass die vorliegende Arbeit schon früher zur Veröffentlichung gekommen war, einige der damals neuen Arten angeführt in Novitates Entomologicae (Jahr 9, Dezember 1939, Supplement 3, Appendix, S. 516—520). Die Anordnung der Genera ist nach Aurivillius (Coleopterorum Catalogus von Junk—Schenkling, Pars 73, 1921 und Pars 74, 1923). DORCADIONINI Thoms. Dolichostyrax basispinosus nov. spec. (Fig. 1) Holotypus: Sumatra, Palembang, Hoogvlakte van Liwa, 1000 m, leg. K. E. Keil.
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.21 (1939) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: The family Tettigoniidae consists of the long-horned grasshoppers with a more or less distinct sword-shaped ovipositor and with a distinct auditory organ at the proximal part of the fore tibiae. Handlirsch unites into this family 14 subfamilies of which the Pterophyllinae only are considered here. Concerning the name Tettigoniidae the opinions were diverging, but in recent literature this name is generally used. In the 10th edition of Linné's Systema Naturae (1758) a number of species of the genus Gryllus are united into the subgenus Tettigonia. This subgenus was considered as a genus by Fabricius and it would have been logical if he had kept the Linnean name Tettigonia for it. Fabricius, however, mixed up the Linnean names and called the here-mentioned genus: Locusta. This name has for many years been considered as the correct name of the genus, and Tettigonia L. was used for another group of insects. Stål (1874) placed Tettigonia L. into the synonymy of Locusta F. as both names refer to the same group of species. Linné (1758), however, had given the name Locusta to a group of short-horned grasshoppers; moreover Tettigonia L. has priority over Locusta F. as it had been established earlier. Thus the name Tettigonia L. is the eldest in the group and therefore should be considered to be the type genus and the name of the family should be derived from it. As to the type species of the genus Tettigonia L. Karny (1907) gives a survey of all Linnean species in the genus Gryllus, Tettigonia, and shows that successively all species have been placed into other (new) genera, leaving viridissima L. as the only species in the genus Locusta F. (Stål
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  • 6
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: In Januari 1944 was ik in de gelegenheid om het Orthopteramateriaal, aanwezig in het Laboratorium voor Entomologie te Wageningen, te bestudeeren. Aan Prof. Dr. W. Roepke, directeur van genoemd Laboratorium, wil ik hier mijn dank brengen voor zijn medewerking en voor de in zijn laboratorium genoten gastvrijheid. Behalve het materiaal in de studiecollecties voor de toegepaste entomologie is thans ook tijdelijk de particuliere verzameling van Ir. P. A. Blijdorp in dit laboratorium ondergebracht. Vooral deze laatstgenoemde verzameling bevat mooi materiaal. Het is betrekkelijk nog pas kort geleden verzameld, voor het meerendeel door Mevr. M. E. Walsh, in W.-Java en Z.-Sumatra. Hoewel misschien de meeste soorten niet tot de groote zeldzaamheden behooren, is het vermelden toch de moeite waard, daar het aantal in de literatuur genoemde exemplaren en vindplaatsen tamelijk gering is. Ik heb het daarom nuttig geoordeeld om alle exemplaren van de Pterophyllinae uit de beide genoemde verzamelingen in de hier volgende lijst op te nemen. De exemplaren van het Laboratorium voor Entomologie zijn met W. aangeduid, die uit de verzameling van Ir. Blijdorp met B. PTEROPHYLLINAE PSEUDOPHYLLINI Chloracris prasina Pictet & Sauss., 1892 W.: 2 ♀♀, vindplaats onbekend. B.: 1 ♂, West-Java, 1935, leg. M. E. Walsh. Chloracris brullei Pictet & Sauss., 1892 B.: 2 ♀♀, Sumatra, Benkoelen, Kota, 3 I 1935 en III 1935, leg. F. W.
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  • 7
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: In 1946, after the war, I had the opportunity again to visit my friend Mr. C. Willemse, and to study the Phyllophorinae in his collection. At the same time I could examine two specimens from the Rotterdam Museum, belonging to the subfamily, which had been sent to him for identification. Especially these last mentioned two specimens are very interesting, the one being the still unknown ♂ of Sasima areolata Bol., the second a somewhat aberrant ♀ specimen of Phyllophora keyica Brunner v. Watt. For the literature I may refer to Orthopterological Notes II (De Jong, 1946). The sequence of the species is according to Karny (1924) Sasima spinosa Brunner von Wattenwyl Mr. C. Willemse's Collection: New Guinea: 1 ? (abdomen damaged). Sasima lactuca Bolívar Mr. C. Willemse's Collection: New Guinea: 1 ♂, Sattelberg, leg. H. Rolie. Sasima areolata Bolívar Mr. J. H. Jurriaanse's Collection, in Rotterdam Museum: New Guinea: 1 ♂, Roon Island, N. of New Guinea (plesioallotype). In the general characters the specimen belongs to Sasima. In Karny's key it runs to S. areolata Bol. of which the ♀ was known in only one adult specimen (Bolívar, 1903) and one immature specimen (Griffini, 1908). According to the shape and armament of the pronotum, the shape of the elytra, and the transverse wrinkles on the dorsal surface of the femora, the present ♂ should undoubtedly be reckoned to areolata. However, there are some differences with the ♀. In the ♀ the armament of the pronotum
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.18 (1935) nr.14 p.267
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: Some time ago when examining some Batocerini (Cerambycidae, Lamiinae) I was struck by the strange pattern of Apriona fasciata Rits. (cf. Ritsema, Notes Leyden Mus., vol. 20, 1898, p. 87) of which species our Museum possesses a single female specimen, the unique type (fig. 1). Especially the "five naked transverse bands" puzzled me because no indication of such a zebra-pattern is found in any other known species of the genus Apriona. Examining the specimen very carefully I found out that these transverse bands were artificially produced by removing the yellowish scales from the elytra with a sharp object the marks of which are clearly seen under the microscope. This proves
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.19 (1936) nr.5 p.75
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: TWO NEW SPECIES OF THE GENUS APRIONA CHEVR. (CERAMBYCIDAE, LAMIINAE, BATOCERINI) Apriona hageni nov. spec. ♂ (fig. 1). Length 32 mm, breadth at the shoulders 9.2 mm, length of the antennae 56 mm. Locality: Sumatra (Tandjong Morawa, Serdang, N. E. Sumatra, Dr. B. Hagen). Holotype. Closely related to Apriona cylindrica Thoms., more slender. Thorax less compressed, anterior transverse furrow less distinct and curved. Elytra almost parallel, with light sepia-brown pubescence and ornated with many milky white spots, which are irregularly spread over the surface. Shoulders not armed with a tooth. Basal quarter of the elytra with black, shining granules, which diminish from the shoulder towards the suture, where they are nearly absent. Apex truncate. Sutural angle with a thorn. Scutellum posteriorly Fig. 1. Apriona hageni nov. spec. truncate with rounded angles. Type ♂. Natural size Antennae dark brown with greyish pubescence. Legs dark brown with yellowish grey pubescence.
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.40 (1964) nr.4 p.23
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: When arranging a part of the Carabidae collection of the Leiden Museum, I noted that the specimens labelled Hexagonia lucassenii Van de Poll (1889: 249-250) did not constitute a homogeneous material. The material consisted of the original series of Hexagonia lucassenii from Java (Kamanglen, Tegal), and twelve specimens from Sumatra, viz., five specimens from Pagar Alam, four from Nirou(?), and three from Palembang. The Sumatran specimens were collected by J. Bouchard. The three specimens from Palembang were mounted on one pin, and bear a label (not distinctly legible) "konneri n.sp."; I presume this to be merely a museum name, probably given by Oberthür. I compared the specimens from Sumatra with the descriptions of Hexagonia-species known to occur in Sumatra, but they did not fit in with any. Presumably, the material from Sumatra represents a new form. In my opinion the differences with H. lucassenii are of a subspecific character. Hexagonia lucassenii sumatrana subspec. nov. (fig. 2) Differs from the nominate form (fig. 1) by the black area on the apical half of the elytra, which takes about one-fifth of the elytral length in H. l. lucassenii, and one-quarter to two-fifths in H. l. sumatrana, extending more or less along the suture. The remaining part of the elytra is light reddish brown. The legs are reddish brown, as in H. l. lucassenii. The ventral surface is light brown. One specimen from Pagar Alam (Pageralam, south Sumatra) is indicated as holotype. This specimen was found on the leaves of a plant called "gelagah" ("feuilles de glaga", Saccharum spontaneum L.). Some differential characters of other Sumatran species are mentioned below.
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