The genus Calendra is the largest genus of the sub-family Rhynchophorine. There have been 116 species described from the United States and Mexico. At the present time only 71 are recognized as valid species. About 50 of the 71 species occur in the United States and Canada.
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Plant and Wildlife Sciences
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Curtis, De Mar H., "A morphological study of the external female genitalia and spermatheca of some Calendra" (1959). Theses and Dissertations. 7669.
Insects; Anatomy; Rhynchopora