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Species of Acridoidea (Orthoptera) mistakenly recorded from Australia

AuthorsKey, K. H. L.
Issue Date31-Dec-1959
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CSIC - Instituto Español de Entomología
CitationEos : revista española de entomología 35(4): 411-423 (1959)
AbstractSjöstedt's second monograph on the Acridoidea 2 of Australia (Sjöstedt, 1935), still the most recent work treating the whole of the known acridoid fauna of that region, includes several species whose Australian provenance has long been suspect. Since 1935, collecting of grasshoppers and locusts has proceeded on a much increased scale in Australia, with the result that the position of some other supposedly Australian species has been brought into question. Recently the author has been enabled to study original material of almost all these species and to reach definite conclusions on most of them. In the present paper these findings are set out and a number of species formally excluded from the Australian fauna.
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