Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Volume

39

Issue

4

Publication Date

10-1-1966

First Page

650

Last Page

658

Abstract

Systropha punjabensis (subfamily Dufoureinae), an exceptionally small species, is morphologically unlike either Systropha s. str. or Systrophidia. A nest had 4 oval cells, 2 of them at the ends of lateral burrows, arranged along a nearly vertical main burrow. Cells did not have a glossy waterproof lining. The larva, morphologically similar to that of Rhophites, probably makes a cocoon.

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