Bronte Sinclair's scientific contributions

Publications (2)

Article
Part 2 of this work includes a review of morphological and systematic work on Histeridae (G07, revision), Bostrichoidea (G15), Coccinelloidea (G16), Lymexyloidea + Tenebrionoidea (G17), Cleroidea (G18), Cucujoidea (G19), Chrysomeloidea (G20) and Curculionoidea (G21), discussions of hind wing structure in each group based on 702 wing images, referen...
Article
The hind wings of all known families and most subfamilies of Coleoptera are illustrated, annotated and discussed utilising the terminology of Kukalová-Peck and Lawrence (2004), with a few changes in nomenclature suggested by the senior author. The beetle families are discussed in 21 groups, based on recent classifications of Coleoptera. For each of...

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... Elytra completely covering abdomen, apex rounded jointly. Hind wing (Lawrence et al. 2022: Fig 15A-B) complete radial cell; medial field with five free veins, wedge cell well developed. Mesoventrite (Fig. 10A) narrow, procoxal rests separated by median ridge, without groove posteriorly. ...
... The aedeagus, an important character in modern descriptions and classifications, has been described and/or illustrated by Stribling [7], Costa et al. [20], and Lawrence et al. [25], and the ovipositor has been described and illustrated by Stribling [7], Costa et al. [20], and Lawrence [2,43]. The hind wing folding was illustrated and discussed by Forbes [27], and hind wing venation was described and illustrated by Lawrence et al. [44]. There is an abundance of photographs of adults available on the websites BugGuide [36] and iNaturalist [37]. ...