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  • 1
    Publication Date: 2007-08-07
    Description: Trifurcula pallidella (Duponchel, 1843) is recorded for the first time from 30 localities in south-eastern Poland. The biology is described and illustrated in detail for the first time: the larva makes spindle shaped galls in stems of Chamaecytisus spp., Lembotropis nigricans, and Cytisus procumbens. In Poland it is usually found on dry grassland or edges of woodland on calcareous soils. The larva, pupa and galls are described and illustrated. The distribution is revised and mapped on the basis of material and literature: its occurrence in Germany: Bavaria, Italy mainland and Sicily is confirmed, and new records are given for Corsica and Crete. It is widespread from Southeast Poland southwards throughout the Balkans and eastwards to the Volga, in the West to Regensburg in Germany, southern Switzerland, western Italy and Corsica. It is believed to use a different host in Mediterranean localities, possibly Calicotome. All known hosts and Calicotome belong to the monophyletic Cytisus group of recent molecular studies.
    Keywords: Trifurcula ; distribution maps ; hostplants ; galls ; Cytisus ; Lembotropis ; Chamaecytisus ; Calicotome ; Fabaceae ; Genisteae ; Braconidae ; Mirax ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen vol.346 (2004) p.1
    Publication Date: 2007-01-22
    Keywords: Dirk Noordam ; in memoriam ; bibliography ; 42.75
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  • 3
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: A new species of the genus Aleiodes Wesmael, 1838 (Braconidae: Rogadinae: Rogadini), A. declanae spec. nov. from New Zealand is described and illustrated. It has been reared from Declana floccosa Walker, Cleora scriptaria (Walker), Pseudocoremia suavis Butler and P. fenerata Felder & Rogenhofer (Geometridae: Ennominae.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Rogadinae ; Aleiodes ; New Zealand ; Australasian ; Oriental ; East Palaearctic ; new species ; distribution ; partial key ; Geometridae ; Ennominae ; Declana floccosa ; Pseudo-coremia suavis ; Pseudocoremia fenerata ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 1-16 (2004) p.181
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: A supplement to the “Revision of the genus Paratropus Gerstaecker” (Kanaar, 1997) is given. Additional faunistic data are presented. The following four new species are described and figured: P. angulifrons (Malaysia: Sabah), P. strigosus (Cameroon, Ghana), P. tenuis (Indonesia: Sumatra) and P. transvalensis (South Africa: Transvaal).
    Keywords: Coleoptera ; Histeridae ; Paratropus ; Termitophiles ; Myrmecophiles ; Africa ; Oriental region ; new species ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 1-16 (2004) p.77
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Six new genera of the family Braconidae (Hymenoptera) from China are described and illustrated: two genera of the subfamily Agathidinae: Facilagathis gen. nov. (type species: F. spinulata spec. nov.) and Cremnoptoides gen. nov. (type species: Cremnops pappi Sharkey, 1994); one genus of the subfamily Helconinae: Mangshia gen. nov. (type species: M. elongata spec. nov.); two genera of the subfamily Pambolinae: Plesiocedria gen. nov. (type species: P. intermediata spec. nov.) and Apocedria gen. nov. (type species: A. nodifer spec. nov.) and one genus belonging to the subfamily Opiinae: Opiolastes gen. nov. (type species: O. hei spec. nov.). In addition two new species are described: Facilagathis macrocentroides spec. nov. from Zhejiang and Cremnoptoides furcatus spec. nov. from Jilin.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Agathidinae ; Agathidini ; Disophrini ; Helconinae ; Pambolinae ; Cedriini ; Pambolini ; Opiinae ; Opiini ; Facilagathis ; Cremnoptoides ; Mangshia ; Apocedria ; Plesiocedria ; Opiolastes ; key ; distribution ; Oriental ; Palaearctic ; China. ; 42.75
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  • 6
    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
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.21 (2004) p.79
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Bugs of the West Frisian Islands ii (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) The first review of Heteroptera recorded from the West Frisian Islands was published in 1989 and included records of 278 species. To date, our knowledge of the fauna of these islands increased considerably, resulting in records of 336 species and 351 new island records. Texel houses most species since 2004 (279 against 181 in 1989), finally outnumbering Terschelling (272 against 240 in 1989) and also the numbers of known species from Ameland, Schiermonnikoog and Vlieland increased considerably. A review is given of all new island records since 1989 and a number of especially interesting species is treated in more detail. Comparisons are made between the fauna of the West Frisian Islands and that of the nearby mainland (provinces of Noord-Holland (the northern part only), Friesland and Groningen) and of the German East and North Frisian Islands. The distribution of Lygocoris minor (Miridae) is limited to the Dutch and German Frisian Islands, and Orius horvathi (Anthocoridae), Kleidocerys ericae (Lygaeidae) and Piesma salsolae (Piesmatidae) in The Netherlands only are known from the West Frisian Islands and do not occur on the German Islands. Orius horvathi is recorded here for the first time from the Netherlands. The five largest West Frisian Islands have only 105 of the 336 known species in common and there are large differences in species composition between the islands. Texel and Terschelling show the highest resemblance with 70,0 percent of the species in common, whereas for the other islands this percentage varies between 49,2 and 58,8. A total of 63 species were recorded on a single islands only, most of them on Texel (31 species) and Terschelling (20). Almost all species of the West Frisian Islands (91,1%) also occur on the nearby mainland, but 109 species known from this part of the mainland were never found on the West Frisian Islands. The resemblance with the northern part of North-Holland is the largest (67,3%), followed by Friesland (64,2%) and Groningen (57,3%), respectively. Based on the presence of flightless species on the islands and the fast colonization of the islands by a number of invasive species, it is supposed that the absence of species likely to occur depends on other factors than just isolation from the mainland.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Naamlijst ; 42.75
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  • 8
    Publication Date: 2007-08-07
    Description: The Nepticulidae and Opostegidae of mainland Spain (including the Balearic Islands), Portugal, Gibraltar and Andorra are listed. All previous literature records are given, and interpreted where needed. Detailed records are given for material collected and /or studied by us. In total 102 Nepticulidae and 5 Opostegidae are listed. Stigmella nivenburgensis (Preissecker, 1942), S. rhamnella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1860), S. crenulatae (Klimesch, 1975) (on new host Rhamnus lycioides), S. sorbi (Stainton, 1861), Trifurcula (Trifurcula) beirnei Puplesis, 1984, Ectoedemia (Fomoria) euphorbiella (Stainton, 1869) (on three new hosts in the genus Euphorbia) and E. (E. ) subbimaculella (Haworth, 1828) are new for Spain, and Stigmella rhamnella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1860), S. crenulatae (Klimesch, 1975), S. paradoxa (Frey, 1858), S. crataegella (Klimesch, 1936), S. hybnerella (Hübner, 1813), S. incognitella (Herrich-Schäffer, 1855), Trifurcula (Glaucolepis) rosmarinella (Chrétien, 1914), T. (Levarchama) cryptella (Stainton, 1856), T. (T.) squamatella (Stainton, 1849), Ectoedemia (Zimmermannia) atrifrontella (Stainton, 1851), E. (Z.) longicaudella Klimesch, 1953, E. (Z.) liebwerdella (Zimmermann, 1940), E. (Z.) hispanica Van Nieukerken, 1985, E. (E.) caradjai (Groschke, 1944), E. (E.) albifasciella (Heinemann, 1871), E. (E.) pubescivora (Weber, 1938) and E. (E.) heringi (Toll, 1934) are new for Portugal. Stigmella crenulatae is also new for Europe. Stigmella ilicifoliella (Mendes, 1918) and Acalyptris minimella (Rebel, 1924) are the first Nepticulidae recorded for resp. Andorra and Gibraltar. Stigmella assimilella (Zeller, 1848), S. vimineticola (Frey, 1856) and S. obliquella (Heinemann, 1862) are confirmed as Spanish. Previous records of Stigmella viscerella and S. lemniscella could not be confirmed and are regarded as doubtful. Stigmella ruficapitella (Haworth) and Trifurcula pallidella (Duponchel) are removed from the Portuguese and Spanish lists, and Ectoedemia groschkei (Skala) is shown to have been incorrectly cited from Spain. For many species we provide the first detailed records, since they were previously only listed in checklists. Records are summarized per provinces, the highest recorded number of species is 46 for Teruel in Spain, and 34 for the Algarve in Portugal. We illustrate leafmines and genitalia of several rare species of Nepticulidae. The male and female genitalia of Opostegoides menthinella (Mann, 1855) and Pseudopostega chalcopepla (Walsingham, 1908) are illustrated for the first time; Opostegoides menthinella and Pseudopostega chalcopepla are also recorded from Tunisia for the first time. In addition a key to the six species of European Opostegidae is provided.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Nepticulidae ; Opostegidae ; catalogue ; distribution ; new records ; new hostplants ; Iberian Peninsula ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen vol.347 (2004) p.5
    Publication Date: 2007-01-30
    Description: The Indo-Papuan family Velocipedidae Bergroth, 1891 (Heteroptera) is revised; a new genus, 19 new species and four new subspecies are described. Costomedes gen. nov. (type species: C. gressitti spec. nov.) comprises 11 new species: C. cheesmanae from New Guinea, C. fakfakensis from New Guinea, C. gazelle from New Britain and Bismarck Archipelago, C. gressitti from New Guinea, C. heissi from Ceram, C. hirsutus from New Guinea, C. karimui from New Guinea (including one new subspecies: C. karimui eliptamin from New Guinea), C. morobensis from New Guinea, C. sedlaceki from New Guinea, C. solomonensis from the Solomon Islands and C. toxopeusi from New Guinea. The following eight new species are described in the genus Scotomedes Stål, 1873: S. distanti from Myanmar, S. gedehensis from Java, S. lemoulti from Vietnam, S. maai from South China (Fukien (Fujian)), S. polis from Philippines (Luzon), S. rudolfifrom West Malaysia, S. sumatrensis from Indonesia (Sumatra), S. thai from Thailand and India (Sikkim). In addition three new subspecies are described: S. alienus sikkimensis from India (Sikkim), S. ater confrater from East Malaysia (Sabah, Borneo), and S. priscus jacobsoni from Indonesia (Sumatra). Lectotypes are designated for Godefridus alienus Distant, 1904, and for Velocipeda prisca Bergroth 1891, to promote stability of nomenclature. The type specimens of Velocipeda minor Breddin, 1903 and Velocipeda biguttulata Reuter, 1908 could not be located.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Heteroptera ; Velocipedidae ; Oriental ; Papuan ; new genus ; new species and subspecies ; Costomedes gen. nov. ; Scotomedes Stål ; Bloeteomedes van Doesburg ; distribution ; keys ; 42.75
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  • 10
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: The genus Taractrocera is distributed throughout the Oriental and Australian Regions. It contains 16 species, of which two, T. fusca and T. trikora, are described as new in this paper. All species are briefly characterized and the new species are described in full. The phylogeny of the genus is inferred, based on an analysis of morphological and genital characters, both of males and females. The biogeography of the genus is discussed in relation to the phylogeny. The genus has an Australian origin. After some diversification in Australia it dispersed into Asia, in or before the Miocene. It dispersed in the reverse direction, probably before the late-Miocene emergence of the Banda Arc and the Moluccas, 5-6 Mya. Three species are adapted to high altitude, one in the Himalayas and two in New Guinea. Apparently the adaptations occurred independently in the two areas. In New Guinea the high altitude species may have simply been carried up by the Pleistocene and recent uplift of the mountains. Possibly helped by the lowering of the sea-level several times during the Pleistocene, one Australian species colonized some of the Lesser Sunda Islands relatively recently.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Hesperiidae ; Taractrocera ; systematics ; phylogeny ; biogeography ; Indo-australia ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 18-28 (2004) p.313
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: Two new subgenera of the genus Xynobius Foerster, 1862, from the Southern Hemisphere are described and illustrated: Paraxynobius (type species Xynobius granulatus spec. nov. from New Zealand), and Sulcynobius (type species X. latisulcus spec. nov. from Sulawesi). One new species of the genus Ademoneuron Fischer, 1988, is added: A. yasirae spec. nov. from Indonesia (Halmahera).
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Opiinae ; Xynobius ; Paraxynobius ; Sulcynobius ; Atormus ; Ademoneuron ; New Zealand ; Indonesia ; Sulawesi ; Halmahera ; new subgenus ; new species ; Australian ; Wallacean ; 42.75
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  • 12
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: The venom apparatus of Pseudoyelicones nigriscutum van Achterberg, 1997 (Braconidae: Rogadinae) is described and illustrated. The venom apparatus morphology of Pseudoyelicones is closely related to that of Bulborogas van Achterberg. Therefore, we propose a sister group relationship between these two genera.
    Keywords: Pseudoyelicones ; venom apparatus ; Bulborogas ; Yelicones ; phylogeny ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.20 (2004) p.133
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Two species of hoverflies added to the Dutch list (Diptera: Syrphidae) Chrysogaster basalis Loew, 1857 and Chrysotoxum elegans Loew, 1841 are recorded for the first time for the fauna of the Netherlands. Both species were found in the southern part of the province Limburg, the southernmost part of the country. A female of C. basalis was collected on 24.vii.1999 on the flowers of Daucus carota along chalk grassland. A male of C. elegans was collected on 14.viii.2002 in a heathland area. Both species have a southern distribution in Europe and the Dutch records mark the northern boundaries of their ranges.
    Keywords: Syrphidae ; Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Chrysogaster basalis ; Chrysotoxum elegans ; Herkenning ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.20 (2004) p.127
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Three species of hoverflies removed from the Dutch list (Diptera: Syrphidae) Doubtful records of three hoverfly species from the Netherlands are discussed. Two specimens previously identified as Cheilosia acutilabris Becker, 1894 belong to C. proxima (Zetterstedt, 1843). Five specimens previously identified as Melangyna ericarum (Collin, 1946) belong to M. umbellatarum (Fabricius, 1794). Four species previously identified as Paragus finitimus Goeldlin de Tiefenau, 1974 are now considered to belong to P. bicolor (Fabricius, 1794). These results lead to the conclusion that Cheilosia acutilabris, Melangyna ericarum and Paragus finitimus should be removed from the Dutch species list.
    Keywords: Syrphidae ; Nederland ; Misdeterminatie ; Herkenning ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.20 (2004) p.25
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Myrmica hirsuta new for the Netherlands (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Myrmica hirsuta is recorded for the first time from the Netherlands. A dealate female was collected in a pitfall trap between 14.v and 16.x.2003 near Nunspeet (Veluwe) in the province of Gelderland. The pitfall was situated in a vegetation of grey hair-grass Corynephorus canescens and hull heather Calluna vulgaris. Both host species Myrmica lonae and M. sabuleti were present in the direct area of the pitfall. Myrmica hirsuta is very rare throughout Europe and up till now unknown from Belgium and the German federal states bordering the Netherlands.
    Keywords: Myrmica hirsuta ; Verspreiding ; Nederland ; Herkenning ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.21 (2004) p.7
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The two-coloured bush-cricket Metrioptera bicolor, first record for the Netherlands (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) The first record of Metrioptera bicolor for the Netherlands is presented. A long winged male was found singing in a chalk grassland with high vegetation in the Poppelmondedal on the Sint Pietersberg (southernmost part of the province of Limburg). Recently the species has reached close to the Dutch border in Belgium and Germany. The northward expansion of this highly xerothermophilic species is due to a period of warm summers on a row. Whether the species will settle in the Netherlands depends on the climatic conditions.
    Keywords: Sprinkhanen ; Nederland ; Herkenning ; Verspreiding ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.20 (2004) p.33
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The wasp bees (Nomada) of the Netherlands (Hymenoptera: Apidae) In the Netherlands 44 species of Nomada are known to occur. The name wasp bee is derived from the often yellow and black colour, which give the insects a wasplike appearance. Nomada bees are cleptoparasites mostly with Andrena species. The eggs are laid in the nest of the host and the Nomada larvae destroys the egg of the host and feeds on the pollen supply. In this paper a key to the males and females of the Netherlands and surrounding area is given. In the species descriptions information is given on the morphology, distribution, hosts, flower visits, fenology and red list status.
    Keywords: Nomada ; Nederland ; Tabel ; Verspreiding ; Herkenning ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.20 (2004) p.17
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Sphecodes majalis, a new bee species for the Netherlands (Hymenoptera: Apidae) A population of Sphecodes majalis was found on a limestone grassland near Maastricht (Limburg). On several occasions more than 10 female and several male specimen were observed. Sphecodes majalis is a parasite of Lasioglossum pallens, which was recorded for the first time in the Netherlands in 1997. Since then L. pallens has become well established in the southern part of the province of Limburg. At the locality where S. majalis was found, L. pallens occurs in large numbers. In April many dozens of males swarm along the woodland edges. The less conspicuous and solitary females mainly nest in dense Festuca rubra swards with a thick litter layer, rather than in the open Mesobromion plant community. At these nesting sites the largest numbers of S. majalis were observed. As S. majalis was recently found in nearby Belgium, its appearance in the Netherlands was expected. Yet the Belgian-Dutch occurrence seems to be situated way outside the known distribution area, the nearest sites being located in southern Germany and western Switzerland. In well-studied Germany S. majalis is long known from one locality in Bavaria without any sign of expansion. All Swiss records however are made since 1970. It is therefore hypothesized that the recent expansion has followed a south-western route, i.e. through France, where the knowledge of the distribution of bees is rather patchy.
    Keywords: Sphecodes majalis ; Bijen ; Apidae ; Verspreiding ; Nederland ; 42.75
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    In:  Various articles (0040-7496) vol.147 (2004) p.111
    Publication Date: 2007-08-07
    Description: Two manuscript names, attributed to Constant, were made available by Walsingham: Nepticula ilicella Walsingham, 1891 is hereby synonymized with Stigmella suberivora (Stainton, 1869); a lectotype is selected. N. suberoidella Walsingham, 1891 has previously been synonymized with Coptotriche angusticolella (Duponchel, 1843); a lectotype is selected here. A misidentified paralectotype of N. ilicella was identified as Stigmella ilicifoliella (Mendes, 1918).
    Keywords: Stigmella ; Coptotriche ; Quercus ; France ; new synonyms ; lectotypes ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: The genus Mama Belokobylskij, 2000 (Braconidae; Euphorinae) is re-assessed and the type species is compared with three similar species: Microctonus cephalicus Provancher, 1886, Microctonus reclinator Ruthe, 1856, and Euphorus spiniscapus Muesebeck, 1936. The results are discussed in relation to the use of taxa based on one specimen (“monotype taxa”). Problems concerning our knowledge of important groups of Euphorinae are outlined. The context of the peculiarly tangled taxonomical situation, which this paper deals with, is considered to be widespread in parasitoid taxonomy, and should be borne in mind in current studies of parasitoid biodiversity assessment.
    Keywords: Mama Belokobylskij ; Microctonus cephalicus Provancher ; Euphorus spiniscapus Muesebeck ; Microctonus reclinator Ruthe ; monotypic genera ; monotype taxa ; biodiversity ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 18-28 (2004) p.337
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: Two new species of the genus Pambolus Haliday, 1836, (P. leponcei spec. nov., and P. pilcomayensis spec. nov.; Braconidae: Pambolinae) from Argentina are described and illustrated.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Pambolinae ; Pambolus ; Neotropical ; Argentina ; new species ; partial key ; 42.75
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  • 22
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Goellneriana deckerti gen. nov. & spec. nov. (Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Phymatinae: Macrocephalini) from Namibia is described and illustrated. Keys to the tribes and to the Afrotropical genera and species of the subfamily Phymatinae are included, a checklist and a distribution map of the Afrotropical ambush bugs is added.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Heteroptera ; Reduviidae ; Phymatinae ; Goellneriana deckerti ; new genus ; new species ; Namibia ; list of Afrotropical Phymatinae ; distribution ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 1-16 (2004) p.241
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A new species of the genus Allobracon Gahan, 1915, from Brazil is described and illustrated. It is the first green species of the genus and of the subfamily known. A key to the species is added.
    Keywords: Allobracon ; Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Hormiinae ; Brazil ; neotropical ; new species ; key ; green pigmentation ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 1-16 (2004) p.123
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: A new species of the genus Phaenocarpa Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Alysiinae: Alysiini) from the Atlantic rainforest in Brazil is described and illustrated.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Alysiinae ; Alysiini ; Phaenocarpa ; Neotropical ; Brazil ; atlantic forest ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 1-16 (2004) p.1
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: The species of the genus Euagathis Szépligeti, 1900 (Braconidae: Agathidinae) from Wallacea and Papua (including Northeast Australia and Solomon Islands) are revised and keyed. Thirty-three species are recognized, of which 11 are new: Euagathis brevitibialis spec. nov. from Papua New Guinea; E. dejongi spec. nov. from Indonesia (Sulawesi); E. fuscistigma spec. nov. from Papua New Guinea; E. kendariensis spec. nov. from Indonesia (Sulawesi); E. maculata spec. nov. from Papua New Guinea; E. mellifacies spec. nov. from Papua New Guinea (Bougainville Island); E. mellisoma spec. nov. from Indonesia (Papua); E. minutoides spec. nov. from Indonesia (Sulawesi); E. novabritanica spec. nov. from Papua New Guinea (New Britain); E. raymondi spec. nov. from Indonesia (Papua); and E. toxopeusi spec. nov. from Indonesia (Papua). Euagathis maculipennoides nom. nov. is a new name for Euagathis maculipennis Szépligeti, 1902, not Brullé, 1846. Agathis etnaella Cameron, 1907, is a new synonym of Cremnops variceps (Cameron, 1907) and Euagathis papua Cameron, 1906, of E. novaguineensis Szépligeti, 1900. New combinations are: Biroia cameroni (Enderlein, 1920); Cremnops papuana (Cameron, 1907); C. varipilosella (Cameron, 1911); C. variceps (Cameron, 1907); and Zelomorpha maculipes (Cameron, 1911).
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Agathidinae ; Disophrini ; Euagathis ; key ; distribution ; synonyms ; Indo-Australian ; Oriental ; Sulawesi ; Moluccas ; New Guinea ; Papua ; Australia ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 18-28 (2004) p.331
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: Bitomoides gen. nov. (type species: Bitomus latus Papp, 1999) is described and illustrated. In addition Phaedrotoma recondes spec. nov. and Chelonus lukasi nom. nov. are validated.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Opiinae ; Bitomoides ; Orientopius ; Opius ; Phaedrotoma ; Microchelonus ; Chelonus ; Palaearctic ; Europe ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.78, 18-28 (2004) p.291
    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: Neptihormius gen. nov. (type species Neptihormius stigmellae spec. nov. from New Zealand) is described and illustrated. It is a parasitoid of Nepticulidae and the first record of Nepticulidae as host for a member of the subfamily Hormiinae and of basal cyclostome Braconidae.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Hormiinae ; Neptihormius ; New Zealand ; new genus ; new species ; Australasian ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-01-18
    Description: Three new species of the genera Megischus Brullé and Stephanus Jurine from China (Hymenoptera: Stephanoidea: Stephanidae) are described, illustrated and keyed. Megischus ptosimae Chao, 1964, from Fujian is redescribed and the specimen from India described as M. ptosimae Chao by van Achterberg (2002) is renamed as M. alveolifer spec. nov. and the Malaysian specimen of M. ducalis Westwood listed by van Achterberg (2002) is described as M. ducaloides spec. nov. M. ducalis Westwood, 1851, is reported for the first time from Cambodia, which is the first report after its description. A key to world species of the genus Stephanus is provided.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Stephanoidea ; Stephanidae ; Megischus ; Stephanus ; China ; Oriental ; Palaearctic ; new species ; keys ; Buprestidae ; Cerambycidae ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.21 (2004) p.61
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: De snuitkevergenera Acalles, Ruteria and Kyklioacalles in Nederland (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Op zowel de meest recente naamlijst van de Nederlandse kevers (Brakman 1966) als op de naamlijst van in Nederland voorkomende snuitkevers (Heijerman 1993) staan vijf soorten genoemd die behoren tot de genera Acalles, Ruteria of Kyklioacalles. Deze soorten zijn klein en onopvallend gekleurd en hebben bovendien een zeer verborgen levenswijze. Dit heeft tot gevolg gehad dat de dieren zelden verzameld zijn. Tevens was de soortstatus soms onduidelijk. Recent hebben enkele auteurs deze genera grondig gereviseerd. Hun publicaties waren de stimulans om het Nederlandse materiaal te bestuderen en nieuwe gegevens te verzamelen. Tijdens een aantal veldexcursies is speciaal aandacht aan deze soortengroep besteed, hetgeen resulteerde in een zeer groot aantal exemplaren. Na bestudering van het materiaal bleek dat er in het verleden determinatiefouten zijn gemaakt. Hierdoor komen twee soorten te vervallen voor onze fauna, namelijk Acalles lemur en A. parvulus. Daarentegen kunnen drie soorten aan de Nederlandse naamlijst worden toegevoegd, namelijk A. dubius, A. misellus en A. commutatus. In deze bijdrage wordt de nieuwe naamlijst gepresenteerd en worden alle inheemse soorten kort besproken, waarbij ondermeer ingegaan wordt op hun verspreiding in Nederland. Tenslotte wordt een vereenvoudigde determinatiesleutel gegeven voor de Nederlandse soorten.
    Keywords: Snuitkevers ; Curculionidae ; Verspreiding ; Nederland ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.21 (2004) p.55
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The syrphid Microdon myrmicae in the Netherlands (Diptera: Syrphidae) Microdon mutabilis has been present on the Dutch syrphid list for a long time. Schönrogge et al. (2002) described M. myrmicae as a close relative of M. mutabilis, based on characters of the larvae and pupae. In sites of which old records of M. cf. mutabilis existed were visited, to establish the true identity of this species. In two of the eight sites larvae and pupae were found. They could be identified as Microdon myrmicae. Based on this information it is proposed to replace the name Microdon mutabilis for Microdon myrmicae on the Dutch syrphid list.
    Keywords: Zweefvliegen ; Faunistiek ; Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Herkenning ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.21 (2004) p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Oecanthus pellucens entering the Netherlands at Lobith (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) On august 8, 2004 a male Oecanthus pellucens was heard along the river Waal, just east of the city of Nijmegen (the Netherlands). Additional searches revealed that the species is distributed from the German border towards Nijmegen and Arnhem along the rivers Waal and Rhine respectively. These observations confirm that O. pellucens has successfully colonised the Netherlands in a natural way and has probably been present for several years. Previous records of O. pellucens in the Netherlands were attributed to transport by traffic from southern Europe. All specimens were found along the shore of the river, indicating that dispersal is accomplished by water transport during winter and spring flooding. During this period the eggs of the species are in diapause inside plants. Since O. pellucens is very thermophilous it remains to be seen if it can survive the next cold and wet summer.
    Keywords: Boomkrekel ; Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Herkenning ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.20 (2004) p.13
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A large population of the sicklebearing bush-cricket Phaneroptera falcata on the Oirschotse Heide (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) In 2003 a large population of Phaneroptera falcata was found at the Oirschotse heide, in the province of Noord-Brabant in the Netherlands. The total number of individuals was estimated at 15,000 with a density of approximately 1 specimen per square meter. A large population like this has never been reported for the Netherlands. In the rest of Europe densities of P. falcata between 0,01 and 0,13 specimens per square meter are reported. The location is a former agricultural field (7 ha) with a rough vegetation dominated by Senecio jacobea and Cirsium arvense.
    Keywords: Sprinkhanen ; Phaneroptera falcata ; Verspreiding ; Nederland ; 42.75
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    In:  Various articles (03427536) vol.27 (2/3) (2004) p.125
    Publication Date: 2007-08-07
    Description: Abstract. The Nepticulidae of the Russian provinces (oblasts) Ul’yanovsk, Samara, Saratov, Volgograd, Astrakhan and Chelyabinsk and the Kalmyk Republic are listed. We record 60 species, including two only previously recorded, 28 species only on the basis of leafmines (indicated with an *). Seventeen species are recorded as new for Russia. Eleven of these are reported on the basis of adults: Stigmella glutinosae (Stainton, 1858), S. ulmiphaga (Preissecker, 1942), S. thuringiaca (Petry, 1904), S. rolandi Van Nieukerken, 1990, S. hybnerella (Hübner, 1813), Trifurcula (Trifurcula) subnitidella (Duponchel, 1843), T. (T.) silviae Van Nieukerken, 1990, T. (T.) beirnei Puplesis, 1984, T. (T.) chamaecytisi Z. & A. La√tüvka, 1994, Ectoedemia (Zimmermannia) liebwerdella Zimmermann, 1940 and Ectoedemia (Ectoedemia) caradjai (Groschke, 1944). Six species are reported on the basis of mines only: Stigmella freyella (Heyden, 1858), S. nivenburgensis (Preissecker, 1942), S. paradoxa (Frey, 1858), S. perpygmaeella (Doubleday, 1859), Ectoedemia (Ectoedemia) atricollis (Stainton, 1857) and E. spinosella (Joannis, 1908). Astigmella dissona Puplesis, 1984 is synonymised with Stigmella naturnella (Klimesch, 1936), here recorded for European Russia for the first time, bridging the gap between Far East Russia and Europe. S. juryi Puplesis, 1991 is synonymised with S. paradoxa (Frey, 1858). S. zelleriella (Snellen, 1875) is found in a stream valley in steppe area, probably associated with Salix triandra, a different host in habitat that differs widely from other occurrences. S. obliquella (Heinemann, 1862) is for the first time recorded from European Russia. A few new records outside this area are cited under distribution, including Ectoedemia (Fomoria) weaveri (Stainton, 1855) recorded from Magadan in the Far East.
    Keywords: Russia ; faunistics ; new records ; new synonymy ; Stigmella ; Ectoedemia ; Bohemannia ; Trifurcula ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-04-10
    Description: Inhaalslag verspreidingsonderzoek vliegend hert In 2004 heeft EIS-Nederland in opdracht van het Expertisecentrum van het Ministerie van Landbouw, Natuur en Voedselkwaliteit een inhaalslag uitgevoerd, waarbij de actuele verspreiding van het Vliegend hert Lucanus cervus in kaart is gebracht. De voorgenomen doelen hierbij waren: - Door middel van oproepjes in regionale en landelijke media een zo groot mogelijke aanvulling krijgen van het landelijke verspreidingsoverzicht. - Door middel van veldwerk zekerheid krijgen over de aanwezigheid van de soort in Utrecht, bij de Holterberg en Enschede. - Door middel van het organiseren van een voorlichtingsdag voor beheerders een beter zicht krijgen op de aanwezigheid van populaties tussen de Noord-Veluwe en de Zuidoost-Veluwe. Er is in 2004 groot publiciteitsoffensief rondom het vliegend hert ontketent. In totaal werden 447 persberichten verstuurd aan nationale en regionale media, 726 posters aan campings en bezoekerscentra en 20 korte artikelen voor natuurbladen. Dit bracht een vliegwieleffect teweeg. Zo verscheen de oproep ook op allerlei websites van natuurorganisaties. Dit leverde in totaal 341 waarnemingen van het vliegend hert op. De soort bleek op de Veluwe een groter verspreidingsgebied te hebben dan gedacht. De soort komt ook in het noordoosten van de Veluwe voor en ook tussen de populaties in het centrale deel van de Veluwe en de Veluwezoom zijn waarnemingen binnengekomen. Verder is de situatie ten zuiden van Nijmegen verder opgehelderd. Het gerichte veldwerk op de Utrechtse heuvelrug, op de Holterberg en bij Enschede leverde geen waarnemingen op en we concluderen dat de soort hier verdwenen is. Het verzamelen van verspreidingsgegevens via oproepen in de media levert een redelijk betrouwbaar verspreidingsbeeld op. Hiermee is het een goed instrument om over een lange periode in kaart te brengen waar zich populaties bevinden. Door de lage standaardiseringsgraad leent de methode zich slecht voor kortetermijn-monitoring of het volgen van populatieontwikkelingen.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Biologie ; Biotopen ; Lucanus ; cervus ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen vol.346 (2004) p.7
    Publication Date: 2007-01-30
    Description: Examined material, host plants and etymology are given of 22 species, all viviparous and belonging to the genera Aphis, Brachysiphoniella, Hyalopterus, Hysteroneura, Melanaphis, Rhopalosiphum, Schizaphis and Toxoptera. Keys to the included species are given.
    Keywords: Aphididae ; Aphidini ; Aphis ; Brachysiphoniella ; Hyalopterus ; Hysteroneura ; Melanaphis ; Rhopalosiphum ; Schizaphis ; Toxoptera ; taxonomy ; key ; Java ; 42.75
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    In:  Various articles (1388-4409) vol.6 (12) (2003) p.23
    Publication Date: 2007-08-07
    Keywords: Microlepidoptera ; index ; Franje ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-08-07
    Description: The purpose of this application, under articles 23.9.3 and 81.2.3 of the Code, is to conserve the widely used specific name Adela australis (Heydenreich, 1851) for a common south European fairy moth (family Adelidae) by giving it precedence over the questionable senior synonym Tinea aldrovandella Villers 1789. T. aldrovandella was not used after publication until 1980 when it was mentioned as a possible synonym of A. australis. Since 1980, some, but not all authors have accepted this synonymy.
    Keywords: Nomenclature ; taxonomy ; Adelidae ; Adela australis ; Tinea aldrovandella ; 42.75
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    European Invertebrate Survey - Nederland
    Publication Date: 2007-04-10
    Description: Het vliegend hert in Gelderland resultaten 2003 In 2003 is er in opdracht van provincie Gelderland en LNV door EIS-Nederland en Alterra voorbereidend onderzoek naar het Vliegend hert in de provincie Gelderland uitgevoerd. Dit met als doel om meer informatie over de verspreiding en biotoopvoorkeur van de soort in de provincie Gelderland te verkrijgen. Deze gegevens moeten een basis vormen voor verder onderzoek voor een mogelijk in de toekomst op te stellen soortbeschermingsplan. De belangrijkste nieuwe informatie die het in 2003 uitgevoerde onderzoek heeft opgeleverd is: - De soort blijkt in het ZO van de Veluwe niet verdwenen te zijn maar nog steeds in klein aantal voor te komen. - In het Rijk van Nijmegen blijkt de soort op meer plaatsen te zitten dan verwacht - In de aan Gelderland grenzende delen van Utrecht is de soort verdwenen - Het gericht zoeken van het Vliegend hert is te tijdrovend om als inventarisatiemethode te kunnen dienen. - Een experiment met het lokken van vliegend hert met vallen met kersen heeft geen resultaat opgeleverd. - Het door middel van oproepjes verzamelen van waarnemingen levert veel waarnemingen op waarvan de meeste op 100 bij 100 meter nauwkeurig. - De indruk ontstaat dat het vliegend hert op de Veluwe voorkeur heeft voor tegen de bosrand gelegen dorpjes. Hier zijn houtwallen en grasland (verpopping) dicht bij elkaar aanwezig. Mogelijke extra reden is de daar lagere predatie door wild zwijn.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Biotopen ; Bescherming ; Lucanus ; cervus ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-04-10
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Lucanus ; cervus ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Contemporary distributions of Panurginus species and subspecies in Europe (Apoidea: Andrenidae: Panurginae) The largest number of Old World Panurginus Nylander, 1848 species is distributed in the West- Palaearctic. The genus is absent in Africa and rather rare in the East-Palaearctic. Warncke (1972, 1987), who is the main author treating Palaearctic Panurginae in the last decades, subdivided Panurginus into a small number of species, including two principal taxa admitting for each a very large number of subspecies: Panurginus brullei (Lepeletier, 1841) and Panurginus montanus Giraud, 1861. Following recent works, the two latter are in fact complexes of closely related species. In the West-Palaearctic context, distributions of certain species implied in these complexes appear as very singular, distinct of mostly all other Panurginae ranges and highly interesting from a fundamental point of view. Based on a cartographic approach, the causes which influence (or have conditioned, in the past) the observed ranges of these species are discussed.
    Keywords: Panurginae ; Biogeography ; West-Palaearctic ; Speciation ; Glaciation ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: The national biodiversity network in the UK The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) has been developed in the United Kingdom over a period of about five years, forming the NBN Trust in March 2000. The NBN Trust brings together those with shared interests in the collection, management and use of data and information about species, biotopes and sites in the UK. These include volunteers and specialist societies, non-governmental wildlife organisations and the statutory nature conservation agencies and other governmental organisations. By working to common standards, agreeing priorities and sharing data, greater use can be made of the work of the specialists and skilled volunteers that collect biodiversity data in the field. NBN is still developing, but it is beginning to create new opportunities in surveying and monitoring species, managing data and particularly in disseminating data. Central to the development of NBN is a system for providing access to remotely held data sets using internet technology – the NBN Gateway. From a European perspective the most important aspects of the NBN are freedom of access to biodiversity data via the internet Gateway and agreed standards for data and their management and dissemination.
    Keywords: National Biodiversity Network ; Biodiversity ; Internet ; Data ; Information ; Standards ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Change index: a measure of change in range size that is independent of changes in survey effort A major problem in studying the range changes of invertebrates using atlas data, is discriminating the effects of changing survey effort from the real biological changes. Using the data sets collated by the UK Biological Records Centre, a method has been developed which allows for the effects of variation in survey effort, by calculating an index of relative change in range size. The method is applicable to a wide range of atlas data sets.
    Keywords: Change index ; Decline ; Distribution atlas ; Recorder effort ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Global warming and the change of butterfly distributions: a new opportunity for species diversity or a severe threat (Lepidoptera)? In order to assess the influence of climatic changes on the distribution of insects, the ranges of nonmigratory European butterfly species have been studied. This study revealed that the northern limits of 32 (64%) of 52 species have expanded northwards during the 20th century. The southern limits of ten (25%) of 40 species have retracted northwards. The example of the Peacock butterfly (Inachis io) is given to illustrate the response to climatic changes of a species of which the range is not restricted by habitat choice. The northern limit of its range shows a considerable shift to the north during warm periods, and a southward retraction during cooler periods. Several other species showed the same pattern. These results are followed by a discussion of the impact of climate change on species diversity.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Europe ; Changes in ranges ; Climate change ; Inachis io ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.18 (2003) p.1
    Publication Date: 2007-03-26
    Description: New records of bugs from the province of Zeeland (Heteroptera) Three excursions were made to the province of Zeeland in  and , and nine interesting species of Heteroptera were found as follows. A record of the cydnid Tritomegas sexmaculatus, in the dunes near Cadzand, is the first for the Netherlands. The five species Ceratocombus coleoptratus (Ceratocombidae), Acalypta carinata (Tingidae), Lygocoris populi, Conostethus roseus (Miridae) and Gonocerus acuteangulatus (Coreidae) were first records for Zeeland. A population of the very rare lygaeid Drymus pumilio, hitherto known only from three single specimens in the Netherlands, was discovered in a reed bed of the Groote Gat near Oostburg. Emblethis denticollis and E. griseus were discovered in the dunes between Domburg and Oostkapelle, this is the only known Dutch locality of the latter species. The discovery of Lygocoris populi prompted an analysis of the morphological differences between this species and the other two Dutch species of subgenus Neolygus, L. contaminatus and L. viridis, which are also mapped. To date,  of the  Dutch species of Heteroptera have been recorded from Zeeland.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Biotopen ; Waardplanten ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Butterflies for the new millennium: mapping butterfly distributions in Britain (Lepidoptera) Butterflies for the New Millennium is the largest and most comprehensive survey of butterfly distribution ever undertaken in Britain and Ireland. The number of contributing recorders, the coverage achieved and the number and quality of distribution records generated far exceed those available for any other invertebrate taxon. The data thus provide a unique insight into the effects of habitat degradation and climate change on a high profile insect group. The results of the first five years of the survey (1995-1999) have been analysed to assess broad-scale distribution changes over the past two decades and the past two centuries. In both time periods, the British distributions of most butterfly species have shown substantial change. The trends affecting habitat specialist and habitat generalist (wider countryside) species differ significantly. The distributions of half of the habitat generalists have increased (consistent with an expected positive response to observed climate change), whereas most habitat specialists declined (consistent with habitat degradation). The opposing forces of climate change and habitat degradation are thought to be the main driving forces. The decline of specialist species indicates a reduction in overall biodiversity, whilst mobile and widespread generalists increasingly dominate biological communities. These patterns of change are thought to be representative of many other invertebrate groups in Britain and demonstrate the use of butterflies as indicators of environmental change.
    Keywords: Butterfly recording ; butterfly distribution ; habitat degredation ; Climate change ; Biodiversity ; conservation ; indicator species ; 42.75
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    European Invertebrate Survey - the Netherlands
    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Post-glacial dispersal strategies of Orthoptera and Lepidoptera in Europe and in the Carpathian basin Ecologically transitional regions are characterised by high species diversity due to the overlap of species with different geographical origins caused by dispersal processes along gradients, e.g. the overlap of species belonging to different zonobiomes. The overlap of azonal communities along shortdistance gradients results in the organisation of community-complexes and landscape mosaics connected by habitat ecotones characterised by overlap of several faunal types, like Mediterranean, Balkanic, Siberian, Ponto-Caspian, Ponto-Pannonian, Turano-Eremic and Xeromontane elements in the Pannonian forest-steppe complexes. For some invertebrate groups, such as the land gastropods or some soil arthropods, the Carpathian basin contains a considerable proportion of endemic species. The eastern and southern Carpathians, together with the mountains of western Transsylvania, can be considered as core areas of survival and autochtonous evolution in some invertebrate groups with limited mobility. In mobile insect groups only peripherically isolated sibling (sub)species have evolved, which display manifold biogeographic connections, for instance to the Balkan peninsula, Asia minor or southern Russia. The distribution of Mediterranean-Manchurian bicentric faunal elements, connected to the Ponto-Caspian waterwaysystem, shows long-distance disjunctions from the eastern Asiatic taxa. Gallery forests of the Illyrian and Pannonian types and wetlands accompanying the large rivers of the Pannonian lowland have served as corridors of the northward expansion of these species. The post-glacial repopulation of the Carpathian basin from different directions has been supported by Illyrian versus Dacian vicarious pairs of sister (sub)species. Cases of vicarious ‘Siberian’- Mediterranean sibling taxa have also been established. Recent results confirm that the montane part of the range of several ‘Siberian’ boreo-montane species does not have its origin in post-glacial ‘Siberian’ invasion. Populations of some butterfly species have been studied in different geographical scales. Patterns of metapopulation structure and of genetic differentiation have been established.
    Keywords: Biogeography ; Lepidoptera ; Orthoptera ; Dispersal ; Carpathian basin ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Recent changes in the Dutch Heteroptera fauna (Insecta: Hemiptera) At present 610 species of Heteroptera are recorded from the Netherlands. The database of the Dutch bureau of the European Invertebrate Survey currently includes about 130 000 Dutch records (combinations of locality and species). The records, however, are strongly biased towards aquatic and semiaquatic species (72 761 records of 64 species = 1137 records/species) in comparison with terrestrial species (55 375 records of 545 species = 101 records/species). Although since about 1850 there have always been Dutch heteropterists, collecting efforts show large differences in time and place and it is for instance easy to locate both residences and favourite holiday resorts of heteropterists from the distribution maps. Local faunas are not static but dynamic and changes in the Dutch Heteroptera fauna were analysed for the period since 1960 and especially before and since 1980. A number of 571 species (93.6% of the Dutch species listed) have been recorded since 1960 and 510 of these (83.6%) have been recorded regularly since 1960 and are considered ‘resident species’. The changes documented for the period 1980-2002 concern 61 species: 27 new arrivals, 27 species rediscovered after not having been recorded in the period 1960-1980, and 7 species not recorded since 1980. From these data it is concluded that the turnover of species since 1980 (61 of 571 species) has been 10.7%. New arrivals (27) outnumber the extinctions (seven). Turnover of species of local faunas is considered a natural process (species come and go continuously), but it is also clear that habitat changes, international trade and global warming have contributed largely to the observed changes in the Dutch fauna. At least four of the 27 new arrivals are linked to international transport of plant material and the majority of the new arrivals are supposed to benefit from global warming.
    Keywords: Heteroptera ; Dutch fauna ; Turnover ; Extinctions ; New arrivals ; Range changes ; Global warming ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Trends in dragonfly occurrence in Belgium (Odonata) The group ‘Gomphus’ collected 65 000 records of 69 species of Odonata, more or less equally scattered over Belgium. The best-investigated areas are the northern part and some river valleys in the south. Most hot spots can be found in the northeastern part, with a maximum of 48 species for 25 km². Remarkable is the fact that 50% of the species occurs in less than 7% of the 5 km grid cells (UTM). We determined trends in occurrence by comparing three periods: before 1950, 1950-1989 and 1990-2000. Four species show a clear decline over the three periods, eight species give evidence of a historical decline but survive on a limited number of sites and eight species also display a historical decline but have been increasing during the last decade. Six species show a (very) clear increase over the three periods and two species display their increase only during the last ten years.
    Keywords: Odonata ; Dragonflies ; Belgium ; Atlas ; Hot spot ; Abundance class shift ; Habitat ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.19 (2003) p.95
    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Myopites apicates, a new fruitfly for the Netherlands (Diptera: Tephritidae) For some time a representative of the genus Myopites was expected to be found in the Netherlands, as three species were known to occur in the surrounding countries (M. tenellus, M. eximia, M. innulaedyssentericae). In 2003 Myopites apicatus Freidberg, 1980 was finally recorded. Surprisingly, this was not one of the aforementioned three species. In this paper a key to the four species known from northwestern Europe is presented.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Herkenning ; Determinatiesleutel ; Biotopen ; Waardplanten ; Ecologie ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.19 (2003) p.87
    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Platycheirus aurolateralis, a second sibling of P. scutatus, new for the Netherlands (Diptera: Syrphidae) Recently, two new species were described in the Platycheirus scutatus (Meigen, 1822) complex: P. aurolateralis Stubbs, 2002 and P. speighti Doczkal, Stuke & Goeldlin de Tiefenau, 2002. Re-examination of the material of P. splendidus revealed that P. aurolateralis also occurs in the Netherlands. The Dutch records of both P. aurolateralis and P. splendidus are summarised in a table and a distribution map. A key is provided for the males of all four species of the Platycheirus scutatus complex. The differences between the males are also summarised in a table. The two specimens of P. splendidus recorded from France and Belgium (Smit 2001) are respectively P. aurolateralis and P. splendidus.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Herkenning ; Determinatiesleutel ; Biotopen ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-02-10
    Description: From French Guyana four new genera of the subfamily Doryctinae Foerster, 1862 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with six new species (Lamquetia gen. nov.; type species: L. rufa Braet & van Achterberg, spec. nov., L. marshi Braet & Barbalho, spec. nov.), Ondigus gen. nov. (type species: O. bicolor spec. nov.), Neostaphius gen. nov. (type species: N. striatus spec. nov.), and Dapsilitas gen. nov. (type species: D. bicolor spec. nov.; D. robustisoma Braet & van Achterberg, spec. nov.) are described. In addition, three new species of the genera Achterbergia Marsh, 1993 (A. cornicoxa Braet & Barbalho, spec. nov.), Aphelopsia Marsh, 1993 (A. striata Braet & Barbalho, spec. nov.) and Nervellius Roman, 1923 (N. exquisitus Braet & Barbalho, spec. nov.) are described. Additional distributional data on Achterbergia arawak Marsh, 1993; Aphelopsia annulicornis Marsh, 1993; and Ptesimogasteroides cerdai Braet & van Achterberg, 2001, are given. The internal microsculpture of the ovipositor of P. cerdai is illustrated. The genus Sharkeyelloides Marsh, 2002, is synonymized with Ptesimogastroides Braet & van Achterberg, 2001 (syn. nov.). Keys to the species of the genera Achterbergia Marsh, Aphelopsia Marsh, Nervellius Roman, Lamquetia gen. nov., Dapsilitas gen. nov. and Ptesimogastroides Braet & van Achterberg are given.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Doryctinae ; Achterbergia ; Aphelopsia ; Nervellius ; Ondigus ; Lamquetia ; Neostaphius ; Dapsilitas ; Ptesimogastroides ; Sharkeyelloides ; Neotropical ; French Guyana ; new genus ; new species ; keys ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-02-10
    Description: A new species of the genus Ropalophorus Curtis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Euphorinae) from Palaearctic China is described and illustrated. A key to world species is added.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Euphorinae ; Ropalophorus ; Coleoptera ; Curculionidae ; Scolytinae ; Ips ; Larix ; distribution ; world ; China ; new species ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.77, 15-36 (2003) p.441
    Publication Date: 2007-02-10
    Description: The euphaeid specimens from Doi Suthep (North Thailand) identified and redescribed by Asahina in 1987 as Schmidtiphaea schmidi are not conspecific with the holotype of S. schmidi Asahina, 1978, from Manipur (North-east India), but represent a distinct new species described as Cryptophaea saukra gen. & spec. nov. Bayadera vietnamensis van Tol & Rozendaal, 1995 and Schmidtiphaea yunnanensis Davies & Yang, 1996, are transferred to the genus Cryptophaea gen. nov. Anisopleura trulla spec. nov. from South Thailand is described and “Caliphaea confusa sensu Asahina, 1985“ from Doi Inthanon (North Thailand) is described as C. angka spec. nov.
    Keywords: Odonata ; Euphaeidae ; Calopterygidae ; Cryptophaea ; Schmidtiphaea ; Anisopleura ; Caliphaea ; new genus ; new species ; Thailand ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.77, 1-14 (2003) p.259
    Publication Date: 2007-02-10
    Description: Five new species belonging to the family Eurytomidae (Chalcidoidea) are described from Turkey: Tetramesa anatolica spec. nov., Eurytoma turkezia spec. nov., E. brevicoxa spec. nov., Systole minima spec. nov. and S. brunnicornis spec. nov.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Eurytomidae ; Tetramesa ; Eurytoma ; Systole ; new taxa ; Turkey ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen vol.343 (2003) p.3
    Publication Date: 2007-04-10
    Description: All species and subspecies of butterflies recorded from Sulawesi and neighbouring islands (the Sulawesi Region) are listed. Notes are added on their general distribution and hostplants. References are given to key works dealing with particular genera or higher taxa, and to descriptions and illustrations of early stages. As a first step to help with identification, coloured pictures are given of exemplar adults of almost all genera. General information is given on geological and ecological features of the area. Combined with the distributional information in the list and the little phylogenetic information available, endemicity, links with surrounding areas and the evolution of the butterfly fauna are discussed.
    Keywords: butterflies ; skippers ; Rhopalocera ; Sulawesi ; Wallace Line ; distributions ; biogeography ; hostplants ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-04-03
    Description: Ongewervelde fauna van het Rijntakkengebied, met veldstudie in uiterwaarden rond Zaltbommel deelrapport libellen (odonata) In opdracht van Rijkswaterstaat, Directie Oost heeft EIS-Nederland in 2001 en 2002 een inventarisatie uitgevoerd van terrestrische ongewervelde dieren in vijf uiterwaarden langs de Waal rond Zaltbommel (Gelderland). Het gaat om de Breemwaard, de Gamerensche waard, de Heesseltsche waard, de Hurwenensche waard en de Rijswaard. Dit rapport behandelt de resultaten van deze inventarisatie met betrekking tot libellen (Odonata). Het project had als eerste doel om een referentiekader te verkrijgen voor de diversiteit van uiterwaarden van de Rijntakken. Daarnaast worden de resultaten in verband gebracht met het overstromingsregime van de rivier en worden indicatorsoorten bepaald voor biotooptypen in de uiterwaarden. Elke uiterwaard is zowel in 2001 als in 2002 twee keer onderzocht op het voorkomen van libellen. Daarnaast is elk kribvak tijdens veldwerk aan de ecologie van de rivierrombout Gomphus flavipes specifiek onderzocht op het voorkomen van deze soort. Om de resultaten in een breder kader te kunnen plaatsen, is met behulp van het landelijk libellenbestand NVL/De Vlinderstichting/EIS-Nederland een overzicht samengesteld van de soorten die bekend zijn uit de uiterwaarden van de Nederlandse Rijntakken. Aan de hand van dit overzicht zijn de soorten bepaald met een voorkeur voor de Rijntakken. Vanaf 1980 zijn er 45 soorten libellen aangetroffen in het Rijntakkengebied, hiervan zijn er 15 die zich zelden of nooit in het Rijntakkengebied voortplanten en voornamelijk als zwerver zijn waargenomen. Van de 30 overige soorten hebben er 14 een significante voorkeur voor de Rijntakken. In het Rijntakkengebied komen drie soorten voor die gebonden zijn aan stromend water voor. Twee hiervan (Weidebeekjuffer Calopteryx splendens en beekrombout Gomphus vulgatissimus) zijn in het Rijntakkengebied vrij zeldzaam en komen veel algemener voor in beken in het oosten en zuiden van Nederland. De derde soort, de rivierrombout Gomphus flavipes, heeft een zeer sterke voorkeur voor het Rijntakkengebied en het overgrote deel van de Nederlanse populaties bevindt zich hier. Het merendeel van de soorten van het Rijntakkengebied betreffen in Nederland algemene soorten met een weinig kritische biotoopkeuze. Ook een groot deel van de soorten met een voorkeur voor het Rijntakkengebied valt in deze categorie. Een belangrijke uitzondering hierop zijn een drietal soorten (Aeshna isoceles, Brachytron pratense, Libellula fulva) die voorkomen bij wateren met verlandingsvegetaties zoals oude strangen. Deze soorten komen in Nederland vooral voor in laagveenmoerassenen maar zijn daarbuiten vrij schaars. Deze soorten zijn in het rivieengebied vermoedelijk achteruitgegaan maar zijn plaatselijk nog talwijk. Behalve de bovengenoemde soorten van verlandingsvegetaties kwam aan het begin van de 20ste eeuw ook de groene glazenmaker Aeshna viridis, in het Rijntakkengebied voor. Deze soort plant zich alleen voort bij uitgebreide krabbescheervelden, een vegetatietype wat tegenwoordig niet meer in de uiterwaarden te vinden is. In de uiterwaarden van Zaltbommel zijn er 26 soorten libellen aangetroffen. Op de plasrombout Gomphus pulchellus na zijn alle soorten met een voorkeur voor het Rijntakkengebied tijdens de inventarisatie aangetroffen. De soortdiversiteit neemt toe naarmate de afstand tot de rivier toeneemt. De meeste soorten worden aangetroffen op plekken met uitgebreide water- en oevervegetaties. Deze vegetaties zijn vooral aanwezig in de geulen tegen de winterdijk aan. Frequentere en intensievere overstromingen maken het ontstaan van dit soort vegetatie onmogelijk. Struweel en bos gelegen aan de stroomopwaartse kant lijkt een beschermende werking voor de oevervegetatie te hebben en leidt daardoor tot soortenrijke libellenbiotopen.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Biotopen ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Recent changes in distribution of dragonflies in Switzerland (Odonata) In 1998 the Swiss Centre for the Cartography of Fauna (CSCF) initiated ‘Odonata 2000’. This project aimed at testing a method for periodical reassessment of Red Lists in Switzerland. The study was carried out on Odonata and consisted of the resampling of known localities of threatened species and the sampling of new localities. Based on the number of sites where a given species has been found in the periods 1970-1998 and 1999-2000, trends were calculated for each species. The results show that since 1994 three species have disappeared from Switzerland, nine species have declined, two species have increased and 64 species have remained stable. Crocothemis erythraea, Lestes virens, Nehalennia speciosa, Sympetrum depressiusculum and S. pedemontanum are discussed as examples of the different trend categories. The authors conclude that the situation is worse than in 1994 and that the conservation of threatened species should not only focus on their last remaining habitats, but also on increasing the number of favourable sites.
    Keywords: Odonata ; Switzerland ; Faunistics ; Red list ; Conservation ; Trends ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.19 (2003) p.49
    Publication Date: 2007-03-29
    Description: Twenty-five years of ground beetle survey along the river Nederrijn near Arnhem (Carabidae) During the period 1975-1999 the author studied the ground beetle fauna of a river foreland south of the river Nederrijn, near Arnhem (provincie of Gelderland). The site was visited regularly while walking the dog, collecting the beetles by hand. Although the method was not very standardized, it yielded interesting results. In total 158 species were found, more than 40% of the Dutch fauna. Several species were found which are common in Central-Europe but are very rare in in the lowlands of Western Europe, like Bembidion modestum en B. fasciolatum. The manmade basalt groynes and pebble beaches provide a unique Central-European habitat for these species. This type of research is rare and the data on longterm changes in Carabidae are therefore scarce.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Biotopen ; Ecologie ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (01692453) vol.18 (2003) p.103
    Publication Date: 2007-04-12
    Description: Springtails on lichens (Hexapoda: Collembola) From September 1999 until June 2002 an inventory was made of lichens in the Netherlands. Overall, 53 species of lichens, spread over 63 locations were sampled. When these lichens were prepared for deposition in a reference collections the springtails crawling out were collected and identified to the species level. Overall, 625 individual springtails belonging to 29 species were collected. Most often, only a few springtails could be collected per lichen. In this paper the records of the springtails are presented, including location maps, notes on their identification, and the ecology of the species. Hypogastrura burkilli, H. subboldorii, H. purpurascens, Xenylla tullbergi and Isotoma anglicana are recorded here for the first time from the Netherlands.
    Keywords: Nederland ; Verspreiding ; Biotopen ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.77, 1-14 (2003) p.9
    Publication Date: 2007-02-10
    Description: The species of the genus Syntretus Foerster, 1862 (including Falcosyntretus Tobias, 1965, and Exosyntretrus Belokobylskij, 1998) (Braconidae: Euphorinae; Syntretini) from Europe are revised and keyed. The genera Falcosyntretus Tobias, 1965, Exosyntretus Belokobylskij, 1998, and Parasyntretus Belokobylskij, 1993, are synonymised with Syntretus Foerster, 1862, and the second one is provisionally used as a subgenus (stat. rev.). The subgenus Exosyntretrus is reported for the first time from Europe and two new species are included. In total twenty species of the genus Syntretus Foerster are recognised (plus one species only known from literature: Syntretus dzieduszykii Niezabitowski, 1910), of which ten are new: Syntretus breviradialis spec. nov., S. flevo spec. nov., S. fuscicoxis spec. nov., S. fuscivalvis spec. nov., S. minimus spec. nov., S. ocularis spec. nov., S. shawi spec. nov., S. stenochora spec. nov., S. taegeri spec. nov., and S. zuijleni spec. nov. S. planifacies Belokobylskij, 1993, and S. falcifer (Tobias, 1965), are reported from Japan for the first time. The following new synonyms are proposed: Microctonus vernalis Wesmael, 1835, and M. cultus Marshall, 1887, with Syntretus idalius (Haliday, 1833); Syntretus cynthius Lyle, 1927, with S. politus (Ruthe, 1856); Microctonus testaceus Capron (in Marshall), 1887, and Syntretus niger Tobias, 1976, with S. splendidus (Marshall, 1887); and Syntretus lyctaea Cole, 1959, with S. xanthocephalus (Marshall, 1887). Lectotypes are designated for Syntretus splendidus (Marshall, 1887), S. vernalis (Wesmael, 1835), S. cultus (Marshall, 1887) and S. klugii (Ruthe, 1856). A neotype is designated for S. idalius (Haliday, 1833). The purpose of the designations is the stabilization of the taxonomy of the group.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Euphorinae ; Syntretini ; Syntretus ; Falcosyntretus ; Exosyntretus ; Parasyntretus ; key ; distribution ; synonyms ; Europe ; West Palaearctic ; East Palaearctic ; Japan ; lectotype ; neotype ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.77, 1-14 (2003) p.221
    Publication Date: 2007-02-10
    Description: Two new species of the genus Wilkinsonellus Mason (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Microgastrinae) from northern Vietnam are described and illustrated: W. paramplus spec. nov. from Hoa Binh Province (northern Vietnam), and W. longicentrus spec. nov. from Ha Tinh Province (North Central Vietnam).
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Microgastrinae ; Wilkinsonellus ; distribution ; Oriental ; northern Vietnam ; new species ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (00240672) vol.77, 1-14 (2003) p.79
    Publication Date: 2007-02-10
    Description: Two new species of the genus Peristenus Foerster (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Euphorinae) from the Canary Islands are described and illustrated: Peristenus angifemoralis spec. nov. from Tenerife, and P. gloriae spec. nov. from Gran Canaria and Tenerife.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Euphorinae ; Peristenus ; distribution ; Palaearctic ; Spain ; Macaronesia ; Canary Islands ; Tenerife ; new species ; 42.75
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