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  • 1
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (0169-2453) vol.34 (2010) p.29
    Publication Date: 2013-03-07
    Keywords: Coleoptera ; Cerambycidae ; Stictoleptura cordigera ; Nederland ; herkenning ; verspreiding ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.9 (1999) p.109
    Publication Date: 2007-01-10
    Description: The rearing of the botfly Cephenemyia auribarbis (Diptera: Oestridae) After several failures we finally succeeded in rearing botflies Cephenemyia from third-instar larvae. From a red deer shot at 13 March 1998 about one hundred larvae of Cephenemyia auribarbis (Meigen, 1824) were collected. Ten individuals reached the pupal stage. After 22 days, one fullgrown male died in the pupa, and two males emerged and lived for 17 and 18 days respectively. This is one of the few recorded succesful attempts to rear botflies.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Diptera ; Oestridae ; Cephenemyia auribarbis ; Nederland ; Verspreiding ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (0169-2453) vol.43 (2014) p.43
    Publication Date: 2017-03-16
    Description: De familie der sluipvliegen is één der soortenrijkste vliegenfamilies in ons land. De larven ontwikkelen zich inwendig in ongewervelden, veelal vlinderrupsen. De familie is in ons land relatief goed bestudeerd. In dit artikel wordt wederom een soort voor het eerst uit ons land vermeld. Hiermee komt het totaal aantal soorten dat in Nederland ooit vastgesteld is op 334.
    Keywords: Diptera ; Tachinidae ; Pexopsis aprica ; Nederland ; verspreiding ; biologie ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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  • 4
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Harmonia axyridis in the Netherlands: a gain for the fauna or an unwanted intruder (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)? The coccinellid Harmonia axyridis (Pallas, 1773), a well-known aphid predator originating from Asia, was found for the first time in the Netherlands (Heilige Landstichting near Nijmegen) in 2002. During 2003, the species was collected at several localities in the southern part of the country. In the surroundings of Tilburg and Rotterdam the species is already considered as common. Its establishment could be the result of either survival of independently released (or escaped) specimens for biological control (very likely for the population in Rotterdam), or a colonisation from Belgium were outbreaks of H. axyridis were recorded in the preceding years (likely for the surroundings of Tilburg). Risks and regulations with respect to the introduction of exotic species as biological control agents of pests in indoor and outdoor cultures are discussed. Recently, regulations have been sharpened in the Netherlands, but they are too late to prevent the establishment of H. axyridis, wanted or not. Once an exotic species has established itself it is virtually impossible to get rid of it.
    Keywords: Coccinellidae ; Harmonia axyridis ; Herkenning, Biologie ; Nederland ; Verspreiding ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.22 (2005) p.113
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Review of the genus Psilota in the Netherlands (Diptera: Syrphidae) A review of the genus Psilota in the Netherlands is presented. It is demonstrated that the genus is represented by a complex of two species, Psilota anthracina Meigen, 1822 and P. atra (Fallén, 1817), as already indicated by Kassebeer. Both species can be separated using the key provided below. The interpretation of the species is exactly opposite to that in recent literature. Unfortunately, the holotype of P. atra Fallén was lost during transport. Therefore, we designate a neotype, again a male from Sweden (fig. 6). Our interpretation of the species is based on this neotype and the description and pictures of P. anthracina by Meigen. The habitats of both species in the Netherlands differ. Psilota atra is found near pine forest whereas P. anthracina is found near deciduous forest. This seems to agree with the situation in the surrounding countries, as far as we could establish. A key to both species is provided and the male genitalia are illustrated. Key to the Dutch species 1 Hind femur strongly thickened, about twice as broad as the mid femur. Female: posterior (convex) part of mesanepisternite with white hairs, abdomen predominantly lighthaired, the 2nd tergite with conspicuous long white hairs in the frontal corners, 3rd tergite predominantly light-haired; 3rd antennal segment about 2 times longer than high. Male: genitalia: epandrium distinctly elongated (fig. 4). . . . . . . . . . . . . Psilota atra - Hind femur only slightly thickened, at most 1.5 times as broad as the mid femur. Female: posterior (convex) part of mesanepisternite black-haired, abdomen more black haired, the 2nd tergite without conspicuous long white hairs in the frontal corners, 3rd tergite predominantly black-haired; 3rd antennal segment about 1.5 times longer than high. Male: genitalia: epandrium not elongated (fig. 5). . . . . . . . . . . . Psilota anthracina
    Keywords: Verspreiding ; Nederland ; Herkenning ; Determinatiesleutel ; Taxonomie ; Biotopen ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (0169-2453) vol.42 (2014) p.1
    Publication Date: 2017-03-16
    Description: Wie een steen of boomstronk omkeert en voor het eerst een Trogulus opmerkt, zal dit bizarre beest niet direct associëren met een hooiwagen. Met de korte, stevige poten, het afgeplatte achterlijf dat overdekt is met strooisel en zand, en een trage manier van voortbewegen is het een ongewone verschijning. De soorten van dit geslacht zijn bodembewoners die zich voornamelijk voeden met kleine huisjesslakken. Uit ons land waren tot nu toe twee soorten bekend. De identiteit van een van die twee was lang onzeker, maar door nieuwe inzichten is nu duidelijk om welke soort het werkelijk gaat. In Nederland blijkt bovendien nog een derde soort voor te komen, die hier voor het eerst gemeld wordt.
    Keywords: Opiliones ; Trogulidae ; Trogulus ; Nederland ; herkenning ; verspreiding ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.26 (2007) p.43
    Publication Date: 2010-01-19
    Description: Recent observations on Harpalus griseus: is there a trend (Coleoptera: Carabidae)? Harpalus (Pseudoophonus) griseus is reported in literature to be a rare ground beetle in the Netherlands. Recently, many specimens of this species were observed or collected by means of pitfall traps, window traps and light traps. Besides a number of observations from heathland and drift sand areas in the Veluwe region, H. griseus was collected in several agricultural and anthropogenic habitats around Wageningen. Based on our recent observations the species seems to be more eurytopic than previously thought. The total number of records shows a remarkable increase during the last decade, while the distribution area seems to decrease. It is clear that, due to different sampling intensities and collecting methods, it is impossible to successfully interpret any trend. This is not only true for H. griseus: time trend analysis for all carabids and species of many other invertebrate taxa, will be problematic in the absence of a valid procedure to correct for sampling intensity.
    Keywords: loopkevers ; Carabidae ; verspreiding ; Nederland ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.9 (1999) p.113
    Publication Date: 2007-01-10
    Description: Faunistic review of the Dutch woodlouse-flies (Diptera: Rhinophoridae) The faunistics of the seven Dutch species of Rhinophoridae are discussed. Of each species a short diagnosis , its distribution in the Netherlands, habitat and phenology are given. The larvae of all Rhinophoridae are endoparasites on woodlice (Isopoda: Oniscidae). In a separate paper information on associations with hosts and other ecological information will be discussed.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Diptera ; Rhinophoridae ; Nederland ; Biologie ; Herkenning ; Verspreiding ; Biotopen ; Gastheren
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (0169-2453) vol.46 (2016) p.37
    Publication Date: 2018-12-13
    Description: De familie der sluipvliegen is één van de soortenrijkste vliegenfamilies in ons land. De larven ontwikkelen zich inwendig in ongewervelden, veelal vlinderrupsen. De groep is in ons land relatief goed bestudeerd en de afgelopen jaren zijn diverse aanvullingen op de checklist uit 2002 gepubliceerd. In dit artikel worden wederom twee soorten voor het eerst uit ons land vermeld. Hiermee komt het totaal aantal soorten dat in Nederland is vastgesteld op 336. Daarnaast wordt de herontdekking van een soort beschreven die al meer dan een eeuw niet meer waargenomen was.
    Keywords: Diptera ; Tachinidae ; Nederland ; verspreiding ; herkenning ; biologie ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (0169-2453) vol.38 (2012) p.83
    Publication Date: 2014-12-05
    Description: Sluipvliegen vormen een soortenrijke familie binnen de Diptera. De vliegen hebben vaak een borstelig uiterlijk. De larven leven als parasiet in rupsen of andere insecten. In dit artikel worden twee soorten nieuw voor de Nederlandse fauna gemeld. Beide lijken zich gevestigd te hebben in ons land. Hiermee komt het totaal aantal Nederlandse soorten op 333.
    Keywords: Diptera ; Tachinidae ; Nederland ; herkenning ; verspreiding ; biologie ; 42.75
    Repository Name: National Museum of Natural History, Netherlands
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