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exposition of English insects, including the several classes of neuroptera

Moses Harris

exposition of English insects, including the several classes of neuroptera

hymenoptera, & diptera, or bees, flies, & libellulae. Exhibiting on 51 copper plates near 500 figures, accurately drawn, & highly finished in colours, from nature. The whole minutely described, arranged, & named, according to the Linnean-system, with remarks. The figures of a great number of moths, not in the Aurelian Collection formerly published by the same author, and a plate with an explanation of colours, are likewise given in the work.

by Moses Harris

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Published by Sold by Mr. White and Mr. Robson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Insects -- Great Britain,
  • Insects -- Pictorial works

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination[1], 166, [4] p.
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19027297M

    Binomial nga ngaran; Libellula fulva Müller, Mga sinonimo; Libellula rubra (Bartenev, ) Libellula binervosa (Dziedzielewicz, ) Libellula fulvissima Dziedzielewicz, Libellula bimaculata Stephens, Libellula conspurcata Fabricius, Libellula fugax Harris, Libellula fridrichsdalensis Müller, The Natural History of British Insects; explaining them in their several states, with the periods Edward Donovan. Exposition of English Insects. Including the Several Classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Dipter Moses Harris. FABRE'S BOOK OF INSECTS. J H FABRE, Illustrated by DETMOLD. A History of British Butterflies.

    An Exposition of English Insects Including the Several Classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or Bees, Flies, & Libellulae ([]) Kopparstick till Dru Drurys Illustrations of Natural History () och William Martyns New Dictionary of Natural History (), samt teckningar åt William Curtis, grundaren av The Botanical Magazine. Harris, M.: , An Exposition of English Insects, including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, and Diptera, or bees, flies, and Libellulae. 3rd edition, 8 + + 4 pp., 51 pls., London,White & Robson.

    This order once encompassed all insects with a complex network of wing veins, regardless of whether their metamorphosis was incomplete or complete. By the early 20 th century, most of the species had been transferred to new orders, leaving only a small percentage of the insects once assigned to the Neuroptera remaining in that order.   The nerve-winged insects vary enough that some entomologists divide them into three distinct orders (Neuroptera, Megaloptera, and Raphidioptera). I've elected to use the classification system outlined in Borror and DeLong's Introduction to the Study of Insects, and consider them as a single order with three suborders.


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An exposition of English insects: including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or bees, flies, & Libellulae: exhibiting on 51 copper plates near figures, accurately drawn & highly finished in colours, from nature: the whole minutely described, arranged & named, according to the Linnean system, with remarks: the figures of a great number of moths not in the Aurelian collection.

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Book Title: Exposition of English insects:including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or bees, flies, & Libellulæ: exhibiting on 51 copper plates near figures.

An exposition of English insects [electronic resource] including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or bees, flies, & libelullæ Exhibiting on 51 copper plates near figures, accurately drawn, & highly finished in colours.

/ By Moses Harris sold by Mr. White, & Mr. HARRIS, Moses (). An Exposition of English Insects, including the several Classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, Diptera, or Bees, Flies and Libellulae. London: White and Robson, 4 o ( x mm). An Exposition of English Insects: Including the several Classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or Bees, Flies, & Libellulae by Harris, Moses Hardback £2, Harris, M.

() An exposition of English insects, including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or Bees, Flies, & Libellulae.

Exhibiting on 51 copper plates near figures, accurately drawn, & highly finished in Colours, from Nature. Exposition of English Insects. Including the Several Classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or Bees, Flies & Libellulae Author Moses Harris Illustrator Moses Harris Format/binding Half-Leather Book condition Used - Good Jacket condition N Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover Publisher Mr White, Bookseller on Fleet Street, & Mr Robson Author: Moses Harris.

The ‘Exposition’ includes seven beautiful plates of dragonflies. Moses Harris is best known to odonatologists for his description of the Banded Demoiselle, Calopteryx splendens, in this work.

An Exposition of English Insects Including the Several Classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or Bees, Flies & Libellulae Minutely Described, Arranged, & Named According to the Linnean System with Remarks.

£1, ($1,). Exposition of English insects: including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or bees, flies, & Libellulæ: exhibiting on 51 copper plates near figures, accurately drawn & highly finished in colours, from nature: the whole minutely described, arranged & named, according to the Linnean system, with remarks: the figures of a great number of moths not in the Aurelian collection.

Exposition of English insects: including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or bees, flies, & Libellulae: exhibiting on 51 copper plates near figures, accurately drawn, & highly finished in colours from nature, the whole minutely described, arranged, & named, according to the Linnean system, with remarks.

NEUROPTERA (Gr. veupov, a nerve, and 7rmEp6v, a wing), a term used in zoological classification for an order of the class Hexapoda. No ordinal name used in the class has had so many varying meanings given to it by different authors.

As first used by Linnaeus () it included all insects with mandibulate jaws and two pairs of net-veined wings - dragon-flies, May-flies, stone-flies, lacewing. Insects,bugs & beetles in original antique engravings. Neuroptera. Lacewings / Antlions. The name Neuroptera is derived from the Greek word "neuron" meaning sinew and "ptera" meaning wings.

The modern English translation "nerve-wings" is appropriate because it alludes to the extensive branching found in the wing veins of most Neuroptera.

The Aurelian or natural history of English insects (, 2nd edn ) The English Lepidoptera, or, the Aurelian's Pocket Companion () An Exposition of English Insects Including the Several Classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or Bees, Flies, &.

The name Neuroptera comes from the Greek neuron (nerve) and pteron (wing) and refers to the nerve-like network of veins on the wings of these insects. This term was originally used by Carl von Linnaeus to include dragonflies and damselflies as well as the current Neuroptera.

Some sources will split the order into several. The order would be split into three: Megaloptera, Neuroptera, and Raphidiodea. Neuroptera is derived from the Greek words "neuron" meaning sinew and "ptera" which means wings. This has developed in modern English to a common reference to the insects of this order.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.Exposition of English insects, including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera and Diptera or bees, flies & libellulae: exhibiting on 51 copper plates near figures accurately drawn & highly finished in colours from nature () - —:i–viii, 1–; pls.

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