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Species Anisolabis littorea (White, 1846)

  • Forficula littorea White, A. 1846. Zoology of Voyage of H.M.S. Erebus H.M.S. Terror and under the command of Captain Sir James C. Ross, during the years 1839 to 1843. London : E.W. Janson Vol. 2 27 pp. pl. 6. [24].
    Type data:
     Holotype BMNH , New Zealand.

 

Distribution

States

New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania


Note that conversion of the original AFD map of states, drainage basins and coastal and oceanic zones to IBRA and IMCRA regions may have produced errors. The new maps will be reviewed and corrected as updates occur. The maps may not indicate the entire distribution. See further details below.
IBRA and IMCRA regions (map not available)
drainage basins and coastal and oceanic zones (map not available)

IBRA

NSW, Qld, Tas: Brigalow Belt North (BBN), Brigalow Belt South (BBS), Ben Lomond (BEL), Central Mackay Coast (CMC), Cape York Peninsula (CYP), Desert Uplands (DEU), Einasleigh Uplands (EIU), Flinders (FLI), King (KIN), NSW North Coast (NNC), Sydney Basin (SB), South East Corner (SEC), South Eastern Queensland (SEQ), Tasmanian Central Highlands (TCH), Tasmanian Northern Midlands (TNM), Tasmanian Northern Slopes (TNS), Tasmanian South East (TSE), Tasmanian Southern Ranges (TSR), Tasmanian West (TWE), Wet Tropics (WT)

Original AFD Distribution Data

Australian Region

  • Australia
    • New South Wales: SE coastal
    • Queensland: NE coastal
    • Tasmania
  • New Zealand

Ecological Descriptors

Arthropod-feeder, gregarious, littoral, predator, terrestrial.

Extra Ecological Information

Maritime, psammophile, under stones on beach, under moist debris above high-tide mark, feed on flies, isopods, and millipedes, parental care of eggs, five larval instars, thigmotaxis, negative phototaxis, oviposition in damp depressions of stones or debris.

 

General References

Bormans, A. de 1900. Forficulidae. Das Tierreich 11: 1-129 [47] (description, New Zealand)

Brunner, C. von Wattenwyl 1895. On the Orthoptera of the Sandwich Islands. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1895: 891-897 [892] (Hawaii)

Burr, M. 1910. A preliminary revision of the Labiduridae, a family of Dermaptera. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1910: 161-203 [178] (key)

Burr, M. 1911. Dermaptera. In Wystman, P. (ed.). Gen. Insect. 122: 1–112. [29] (list)

Burr, M. 1912. Die Dermapteren des K.K. naturhistorischen Hofsmuseums in Wien. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien 26: 63-108 [77] (list)

Burr, M. 1915. On the male genital armature of the Dermaptera. II: Psalidae. Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society. London 1915: 521-546 3 pls [534] (key, male genitalia)

Caudell, A.N. 1927. Report on the Orthopteroid insects collected by the Fiji-New Zealand Expedition from the University of Iowa. Studies in Natural History. Iowa University 12: 1-22 [17] (New Zealand)

Giles, E.T. 1952. The growth of the head capsule and antennae of Anisolabis littorea (White) (Dermaptera: Labiduridae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London A 27: 91-98 (development)

Giles, E.T. 1953. The biology of Anisolabis littorea (White) (Dermaptera: Labiduridae). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand 80: 383-398 (biology)

Giles, E.T. 1958. Dermaptera from the Three Kings Islands, New Zealand, with the description of a new species of Brachylabis Dohrn (Labiduridae). Records of the Auckland Institute and Museum 5: 43-48 [46] (description)

Giles, E.T. 1961. The female reproductive organs and genital segments of Anisolabis littorea (White) (Dermaptera: Labiduridae). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Zoology 1: 293-302 pl. 1 (female genitalia)

Giles, E.T. 1961. The male reproductive organs and genitalia of Anisolabis littorea (White) (Dermaptera: Labiduridae). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Zoology 1: 203-213 pl. 1 (male genitalia)

Giles, E.T. 1965. The alimentary canal of Anisolabis littorea (White) (Dermaptera: Labiduridae), with special reference to the peritrophic membrane. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Zoology 6: 87-101-4 pls (female genitalia)

Hincks, W.D. 1938. The Dermaptera of Oceania. Journal of the Federated Malay States Museums 18: 288-318 [303] (New Zealand)

Hincks, W.D. 1949. Some earwigs (Dermaptera) from New Zealand. Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (B) 18: 201-206 [201] (maritime species)

Hudson, G.V. 1892. An Elementary Manual of New Zealand Entomology being an introduction to the study of our native insects. London : West, Newman & Co. 128 pp. 20 pls. [116] (description, biology)

Hudson, L. 1973. A systematic revision of the New Zealand Dermaptera. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 3: 219-254 [228] (description)

Hutton, F.W. 1904. Index Faunae Novae Zealandiae. London : Dulau & Co. viii 372 pp. [234] (New Zealand)

Kirby, W.F. 1904. A Synonymic Catalogue of Orthoptera. Orthoptera, Euplexoptera, Cursoria, et Gressoria (Forficulidae, Hemimeridae, Blattidae, Mantidae, Phasmidae). London : Longmans & Co. Vol. 1 x 501 pp. [20] (list)

Lysaght, A.M. 1925. Orthoptera and Dermaptera from the Chatham Islands. Annual Review of Entomology 2: 301-310 [309] (Chatham Ils)

Popham, E.J. & Brindle, A. 1966. Genera and species of the Dermaptera. 3. Carcinophorinae (Carcinophoridae) and Arixenidae. The Entomologist 99: 269-278 [274] (list)

Sakai, S. 1982. A new proposed classification of the Dermaptera with special reference to the check-list of the Dermaptera of the World. Bulletin of Daito Bunka University. Tokyo 20: 1-108 [27] (list)

Sakai, S. 1987. Dermapterorum Catalogus. XIX–XX: Iconographia IVa. A Basic Survey for Integrated Taxonomy of the Dermaptera of the World. Tokyo : Ikegami Book Co. Vol. XIX pp. ii 2278-2647. [2295, 2520] (habitus, morphology)

Sakai, S. 1987. Dermapterorum Catalogus. XIX–XX: Iconographia V. A Basic Survey for Integrated Taxonomy of the Dermaptera of the World. Tokyo : Ikegami Book Co. Vol. XX pp. 1380-2277. [2040] (synonymy, literature)

Steinmann, H. 1977. A study on the higher taxa of Carcinophoridae (Dermaptera). Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici (Zoologica) 69: 89-99 [92] (list)

Steinmann, H. 1978. Zoogeographical dispersity of Carcinophoridae. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift ns 25: 173-189 [183] (list)

Steinmann, H. 1979. A revision of the Indo-Australian species of the genus Anisolabis Fieber, 1853 (Dermaptera, Carcinophoridae). Reichenbachia 17: 57-69 [66] (distribution)

Steinmann, H. 1984. Synopsis of Dermaptera of the World. Part 4: Family Carcinophoridae (I.). Entomologische Abhandlungen. Staatliches Museum für Tierkunde Dresden 48(7): 63-82 [77] (list)

Steinmann, H. 1989. Dermaptera. Catadermaptera II. Das Tierreich 105: xix 1-504 [120, figs 190, 191] (description, male genitalia)

Steinmann, H. 1989. World Catalogue of Dermaptera. Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publishers 934 pp. [221] (catalogue)

Tillyard, R.J. 1926. The Insects of Australia and New Zealand. Sydney : Angus & Robertson xi 560 pp. 43 pls. [111] (biology)

 

History of changes

Note that this list may be incomplete for dates prior to September 2013.
Published As part of group Action Date Action Type Compiler(s)
12-Feb-2010 (import)