The Young Collector's Handbook of Ants, Bees, Dragon-flies, Earwigs, Crickets, and Flies Hymenoptera, Neuroptera, Orthoptera, Hemiptera, Diptera.
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The Young Collector's Handbook of Ants, Bees, Dragon-flies, Earwigs, Crickets, and Flies Hymenoptera, Neuroptera, Orthoptera, Hemiptera, Diptera.
By W. Harcourt Bath
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Table of Contents
  • THE YOUNG COLLECTOR'S HANDBOOK OF Ants, Bees, Dragon Flies, Earwigs, Crickets, and Flies
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • ORDER HYMENOPTERA. Including the Bees, Wasps, Ants, Ichneumon Flies, Saw Flies, Gall Flies, and their Allies.
    • Tribe I.—Aculeata.
      • Section 1.—Anthophila.
      • Section 2.—Diploptera.
      • Section 3.—Fossores.
      • Section 4.—Heterogyna.
    • Section 1.—Anthophila.
    • Section 2.—Diploptera.
    • Section 3.—Fossores.
    • Section 4.—Heterogyna.
    • Tribe II.—Entomophaga.
    • Tribe III.—Phytophaga.
  • ORDER NEUROPTERA. Including the Dragon Flies, Lacewing Flies, Day Flies, Stone Flies, Caddis Flies, and their Allies.
    • Sub-Order 1.—Planipennia.
    • Sub-Order 2.—Trichoptera.
    • Sub-Order 3.—Pseudo-neuroptera.
      • Tribe I.—Ornoptera or Dragon Flies.
      • Tribe II.—Subulicornia.
      • Tribe III.—Plecoptera.
      • Tribe IV.—Corrodentia.
      • Tribe V.—Socialia.
      • Tribe VI.—Physopoda, or Thrips.
      • Tribe VII.—Mallophaga or Bird Lice.
      • Tribe VIII.—Thysanura or Bristle Tails.
      • Tribe IX.—Collembola or Spring Tails.
    • Tribe I.—Ornoptera or Dragon Flies.
    • Tribe II.—Subulicornia.
    • Tribe III.—Plecoptera.
    • Tribe IV.—Corrodentia.
    • Tribe V.—Socialia.
    • Tribe VI.—Physopoda, or Thrips.
    • Tribe VII.—Mallophaga or Bird Lice.
    • Tribe VIII.—Thysanura or Bristle Tails.
    • Tribe IX.—Collembola or Spring Tails.
  • ORDER ORTHOPTERA. Including the Grasshoppers, Locusts, Crickets, Cockroaches, Earwigs, and their Allies.
    • Tribe I.—Cursoria.
    • Tribe II.—Saltatoria.
    • Tribe III.—Euplexoptera.
  • ORDER HEMIPTERA. Including the Land Bugs, Water Bugs, Plant Bugs, Skaters, Lantern Flies, Frog Hoppers, Aphides, and their Allies.
    • SUB-ORDER I.—HETEROPTERA.
      • Tribe I.—Geocores or Land Bugs.
      • Tribe II.—Hydrocores or Water Bugs.
    • Tribe I.—Geocores or Land Bugs.
    • Tribe II.—Hydrocores or Water Bugs.
    • SUB-ORDER II.—HOMOPTERA.
    • SUB-ORDER III.—ANOPLURA.
  • ORDER DIPTERA. Including the Gnats, Midges, Crane Flies, Hawk Flies, Bee Flies, Breeze Flies, Bot Flies, and their Allies.
    • Tribe I.—Nemocera.
    • Tribe II.—Brachycera.
    • Tribe III.—Homaloptera.
    • Tribe IV.—Aphaniptera.
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