Cambridge Entomological Club, 1874

A Journal of Entomology

founded in 1874 by the Cambridge Entomological Club
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This is the CEC archive of Psyche through 2000. Psyche is now published by Hindawi Publishing.

Volume 97 (1990)

Mesozoic Vespidae.
James M. Carpenter and Alexander P. Rasnitsyn.

A social wasp's nest from the Cretaceous period, Utah, USA, and its biographical significance.
John W. Wenzel.

Effect of mite infestation on the anti-predator defenses of an insect.
Craig LaMunyon and Thomas Eisner.

Predation on cercopids and material use of the spittle in aphid-tent construction by prairie ants.
Gregg Henderson, George D. Hoffman, and Robert L. Jeanne.

Slave marking by the slave-making ant, Harpagoxenus americanus (Emery) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Thomas M. Alloway and Gregory Keough.

Hour versus temperature in ant species diversity in field rhythm.
Elwood C. McCluskey and Jack S. Neal.

The effectiveness of the nest of a desert widow spider, Latrodectus revivensis, in predatory deterrence.
Avshalom Konigswald, Yael Lubin, and David Ward.

A comparison of ground and canopy leaf litter ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in a neotropical montane forest.
John T. Longino and Nalini M. Nadkarni.

Food level and life history characteristics in a pholcid spider, Holocnemus pluchei.
Elizabeth M. Jakob and Hugh Dingle.

The effect of clutch size and ant attendance on egg guarding by Entylia bactriana (Homoptera: Membracidae).
Karen L. Olmstead and Thomas K. Wood.

Systematics of moths in the genus Catocala (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). II. Type material at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, with lectotype designations.
Lawrence F. Gall.

A substitute name for the extinct genus, Eoricania Haupt (Hemiptera: Homoptera; Ricaniidae).
Frank M. Carpenter.

Notes on the remarkable karyology of the primitive ant Nothomyrmecia macrops, and of the related genus Myrmecia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Hirotami T. Imai, Robert W. Taylor, Masao Kubota, Kazuo Ogata, and Masayasu Y. Wada.

Zoogeography of the Amiseginae and a remarkable new chrysidid wasp from Chile (Hymenoptera.
Lynn S. Kimsey.

Laboratory experiments on environmental sources of nestmate and non-nestmate discrimination in three species of Formica ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Francesco Le Moli and Alessandra Mori.

Measuring the mass of small arthropod muscles.
Brent D. Opell.

Nest recognition in the ant Leptothorax ambiguus Emery (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Thomas M. Alloway and Sandra Hodgson.

An unusually broad behavioral repertory for a major worker in a dimorphic ant species: Pheidole morrisi (Hymenoptera, Formicidae).
Aniruddh D. Patel.

New species of Solierella from western North America (Hymenoptera, Sphecidae).
Richard M. Bohart.

Functional monogyny of Leptothorax acervorum in northern Japan.
F. Ito.

Single sex alate production by colonies of Pheidole desertorum and Pheidole xerophila tucsonica (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Ken R. Helms and Steven W. Rissing.

Size and kinship affect success of co-founding Lasius pallitarsis queens.
Peter Nonacs.

New species and a key to North American Solierella in the inermis group (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae: Larrinae: Miscophini).
Richard M. Bohart.

The neotropical orbweavers of the genus Larinia (Araneae: Araneidae).
Jonathan C. Harrod, Herbert W. Levi, and Laura B. Leibensperger.

A large male competitive advantage in a lekking fly, Hermetia comstocki Williston (Diptera: Stratiomyidae).
John Alcock.

Notes on the ant genera Romblonella and Willowsiella, with comments on their affinities, and the first descriptions of Australian species (Hyme noptera: Formicidae: Myrmicinae).
Robert W. Taylor.

Index to Volume 97.