Go to National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa
Volume 64, 1935
– 247 –

Bibliography.

Balfour-Brown, F., 1932. Textbook of Practical Entomology, Edward Arnold and Co., London.

Clemens, W. A., 1917. An Ecological Study of the Mayfly, Chirotenetes, Univ. Toronto Studies, Series No. 17.

Comstock, J. H., 1918. The Wings of Insects, Comstock Publishing Co., N.Y.

Crampton, G. C., 1923. Phylogenetic Comparison of the Maxillae throughout the Orders of Insects, N.Y. Ent. Soc., Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 77–106.

Hudson, G. V., 1892. Manual N.Z. Entomology, West Newman and Co., London.

——, 1904. N.Z. Neuroptera, West Newman and Co., London.

Hutton, F. W., 1898. “On N.Z. Neuroptera,” Trans. N.Z. Inst., Vol. 31, p. 212.

Imms, A. D., 1925. Textbook Entomology, Methuen and Co. Ltd., London.

——, 1929. Some Methods of Technique Applicable to Entomology, Bull. Ent. Res., Vol. 20, Pt. 2, p. 165.

Lameere, A., 1922. Bull. Clas. des Sci. Acad. Roy. Belg., Series 5, No. 8, p. 138.

Martin, J. F., 1916. Thoracic and Cervical Sclerites of Insects, Annals Ent. Soc. Amer., Vol. 9, p. 35.

McLachlan, R., 1865–67. New Genus of Perlidae, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, p. 354.

Miall, L., and Denny. A., 1886. The Cockroach. Lovell Reed and Co., London.

Newman, E., 1845. Addendum to the “Synonymy” of the Perlites, The Zoologist, Simpson Marshall Hamilton Kent and Co., London, pp. 851–53.

– 248 –

Newport, G., 1851. Anatomy and Affinities of Pteronarcys regalis, Trans. Linn. Soc., Zoo., pp. 425–452.

Snodgrass, R. E., 1909. The Thorax of Insects and the Articulation of the Wings, Proc. U.S.A. Nat. Mus., Vol. 36, pp. 511–595.

Tillyard, R. J., 1917. Biology of Dragonflies, Camb. Univ. Press, Cambridge.

——, 1919. Panorpoid Complex, Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W., Vol. 11, Pt. 3.

——, 1921. Revision of Family Eustheniidae, Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W., Vol. 1, Pt. 2.

——, 1923. The Stone-flies of N.Z., Trans. N.Z. Inst., Vol. 54, pp. 197–217.

——, 1925. Amer. Journ. Sci., 9, p. 328.

——, 1926. Insects of Australia and N.Z., Angus and Robertson, Sydney.

——, 1928. Kansas Permian Insects, Part II, Order Protoperlaria, Family Lemnatophoridae (contd.), Amer. Journ. Sci., Vol. 16, pp. 313–348.

Walker, W., 1852. Neuroptera from N.Z., Cat. Brit. Mus., Pt. 2, pp. 206–210.

Wigglesworth, V. B., 1931. The Physiology of Excretion in a Blood-sucking Insect, Journ. Exp. Biol., 8.

Picture icon

Fig. 1 —Sketch of Pitot tube Fig. 2.—Side view basal portion of Pitot tube.

Picture icon

Fig. 3 —Gregarine from mesenteron last nymphal instar X 73

Picture icon

Fig 4.—Tentorium side view Fig. 5.—Pleurites of nymph.

  • po.a—posterior arm of tentorium

  • d.a.—dorsal arm of tentorium

  • a.a.—anterior arm of tentorium

  • b.—body of tentorium

  • ep—eplmeron

  • epi—episternum

  • tr.—trochantin

  • t.—trochanter

  • c.—coxa

  • a.c.—antecoxal plate

Picture icon

Fig. 6.—S. prasina nymph X 4 Fig. 7.—Nyphal head dorsal aspect. Fig. 8.—Nymphal head ventral aspect.

Picture icon

Fig. 9—Nymphal labrum Fig. 10.—Nymphal mandible. Fig. 11.—Nymphal maxilla. Fig. 12 —Nymphal labium. Fig. 13.—Nymphal hypopharynx.

  • ad a.—adductor apodeme

  • s.d —salivary duct

  • 1 —lacinia

  • di g—distigalea

  • b.g.—basigalea

  • ea.—eustipes

  • di.c.—disticardo

  • b c.—basi-cardo

Picture icon

Fig 14—Thoracic sternites and tentorium of nymph dorsal aspect. Fig. 15.—Thorax of adult ventral aspect.

Picture icon

Fig. 16—Tibio-tarsus of nymph showing aquatic adaptation. Fig. 17.—Basal leg and wing tracheae of last nymphal instar.

Picture icon

Fig. 18.—R + M and Cu1 + 2 showing their tracheae and the absence of a trachea in the cross-vem between.

Picture icon

Fig. 19.—Tibio-tarsus of imago showing the absence of nymphal adaptation and the development of an empodium.

  • hw.—hmdwing cu a.—cubito-anal trachea co.r.—costo-radial trachea st.—sternum f.—furca sp.—spinasternite f in.—furcal invagmation v.g.—vestigeal gills

Picture icon

Fig. 20.—Brain and sympathetic nerves ventral aspect. Fig. 21—Dorsal aspect ditto.

  • fr g.—frontal ganglion

  • p.c.—paroesophageal connective

  • a.n.—antennary nerve

  • tri c—triterocerebrum

  • de.c—deuterocerebrum

  • o g.—optic ganglion

  • sym.n.—sympathetic nerve

  • pro.c.—proterocerebrum

  • st g.—stomachic ganglion

Picture icon

Fig. 22—Ventral nervous system of nymph Fig. 23—Respiratory system of nymph (right side). Fig 24.—Ditto, imago.

Picture icon

Fig 25—S prasina last nymphal instar. X 4. Fig. 26.—Forewing-pad last nymphal instar. Fig. 27.—Hmdwing-pad last nymphal instar.

Picture icon

Fig. 28—S. prasina imago. X 4. Fig 29.—Male cersus showing bristles. Fig. 30—Male gemtalia ventral aspect. Fig. 31.—Ditto, side view Fig. 32—Female genitalia ventral aspect.

  • hy.—hypandrum i.a—inferior appendage sup a.—superior appendage ae.—aedeagus

Picture icon

Fig 33—Alimentary canal of nymph. Fig. 34—Brain and suboesophageal ganglion in situ, side view. Fig 35—Anterior region testes Fig 36—Male accessory organs, ventral aspect. Fig. 37.—An ovariole. Fig. 38.—The germarium.

  • oe.—oesophagus

  • s.g—salivary gland

  • cr.—crop

  • r.n.—recurrent nerve

  • g—gizzard

  • m.—mesenteron

  • m.t—malpighian tubules

  • i.—ileum

  • c.r.—colon-rectum

  • ac.g—accessory gland

  • v.s—vesicle seminalis

  • v.d—vas deferens

  • ej c.—ejaculatory sac

  • d.e.—ductus ejaculatoris

  • d.n.—anteunary nerve

  • de.c.—deuterocerebrum

  • tri.c.—triterocerebrum

  • pro.c.—proterocerebrum

  • o.g.—optic ganglion

  • svmn.n.—svmpathetic nerve

  • st g—stomachic ganglion

  • oe.—oesophagus

  • su.oe.g.—sub-oesophageal ganglion

Picture icon

Fig. 39.—Normal venation, S prasina.

Picture icon

Fig. 40—Brachypterous venation, S. prasina.

Picture icon

Fig 41—Apparatus used to determine reactions to light.

Picture icon

Fig 42—Ribbonwood Creek, Cass

Picture icon

Fig 43—Puran Stream, looking towards its source

Picture icon

Fig 44—Mount Misery, Cass, with Misery Creek in valley to the right

Picture icon

Fig 45.—Misery Creek. Cass