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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.292 (1994) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The genera of the subfamily Cenocoeliinae Szépligeti are revised, keyed and illustrated. The genera Capitonius Brullé, 1846, Aulacodes Cresson, 1865, Lestricus Reinhard, 1866, Promachus Cresson, 1887, and Evaniomorpha Szépligeti, 1901, are re-instated. One new genus is described and illustrated: Rattana (type species: Cenocoelius albopilosellus Cameron, 1901) from Sulawesi, Misoöl, and New Guinea. The genus Ussurohelcon Belokobylskij, 1989, is transferred from the Helconinae to the Cenocoeliinae and placed in the new tribe Ussurohelconini. The following new synonyms are given: Iseurini Hedqvist, 1959, with Cenocoeliini Szépligeti, 1901; Iseura Spinola, 1853, with Capitonius Brullé, 1846; Cenocoelius bicolor Szépligeti, 1900, with Rattana indidiator (Smith, 1863); Laccophrys magdalini Foerster, 1862, and Cenocoelius hungaricus Zilahi-Kiss, 1927, with C. analis (Nees, 1834); C. femorator Tobias, 1973, with Lestricus secalis (Linnaeus, 1758). New combinations are: Bracon medenbachii (Snellen van Vollenhoven, 1878); Capitonius tricolor (Enderlein, 1920), C. andirae (Saffer, 1977); Promachus longius (Chou & Lee, 1991), P. taiwanensis (Chou & Lee, 1991), P. fortis (Saffer, 1982); Rattana albopilosella (Cameron, 1911), R. cephalotes (Smith, 1860), and R. insidiator (Smith, 1863).
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Cenocoeliinae ; Ussurohelconini ; Ussurohelcon ; Cenocoeliini ; Cenocoelius ; Lestricus ; Promachus ; Aulacodes ; Foenomorpha ; Evaniomorpha ; Capitonius ; Rattana ; Palaearctic ; Nearctic ; Neotropical ; Indo-Australian ; Oriental ; Papuan. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.296 (1994) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Descriptions are given of 10 genera and subgenera, and 33 species, with keys to the apterae and alatae viviparae. The following new species are described: Eutrichosiphum glabrum spec. nov., from Quercus gemelliflora Bl., and Q. glauca Thunb.; E. nigrum spec. nov. from Castanopsis javanica (Bl.) DC, and Lithocarpus Bennettii (Miq.) Rehd.; E. pallidum spec. nov., from Castanea crenata Sieb. & Zucc; E. pullum spec. nov., from Castanopsis acuminatissima (Bl.) A. DC, and C. argentea (Bl.) DC.; Greenidea maculata spec. nov., from Syzygium antisepticum (BL.) Merr. & Perry; G. magna spec. nov., from Castanea crenata Sieb. & Zucc., Castanopsis spec., C. acuminatissima (Bl.) A. DC., C. argentea (Bl.) DC., C. javanica (Bl.) DC.; G. (Trichosiphum) castanopsidis spec. nov., from Castanopsis acuminatissima (Bl.) DC.; G. (Trichosiphum) fulva spec. nov., from Bridelia monoica (Lour.) Merr.; G. (Trichosiphum) nigricans spec. nov., from Syzygium lineatum Merr. & Perry, S. racemosum (Bl.) DC., and S. syzygioides (Miq.) Amsh.; G. (Trichosiphum) pallidipes spec. nov., from Castanea crenata Sieb. & Zucc., Castanopsis argentea (Bl.) DC., C. javanica (Bl.) DC., Lithocarpus Bennettii (Miq.) Rehd., and Quercus glauca Thunb.; Greenideoida fransseni spec. nov., from Bridelia monoica (Lour.) Merr.; Mesotrichosiphum brevisetosum spec. nov., from Lithocarpus Bennettii (Miq.) Rehd.; Mollitrichosiphum (Metatrichosiphon) syzygii spec. nov., from Syzygium antisepticum (Bl.) Merr. & Perry. Neotypes are designated for Greenidea (Trichosiphum) psidii van der Goot, 1917; Greenideoida elongata van der Goot, 1917; Schoutedenia lutea (van der Goot, 1917), and S. viridis (van der Goot, 1917).
    Keywords: Aphididae ; Cervaphis ; Eutrichosiphum ; Greenidea ; Trichosiphum ; Greenideoida ; Mesotrichosi- phum ; Mollitrichosiphum ; M. (Metatrichosiphon) ; Pentatrichosiphum ; Schoutedenia ; taxonomy ; key ; Java. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.16 p.173
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Two new genera, Podorgilus from Brazil and Bolivia (type species: Podorgilus brevitarsus spec, no v.) and Sulorgilus from Indonesia (type species: Sulorgilus reclinervis spec, nov.) are described and illustrated. A revised key to the genera of the subfamily Orgilinae is added.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Orgilinae ; Podorgilus ; Sulorgilus ; Neotropical ; Oriental ; Wallacea ; key ; 42.75
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    In:  Various articles (0013-8827) vol.54 (1994) nr.3 p.29
    Publication Date: 2009-04-28
    Description: This is the fifth compilation of Microlepidoptera collected in The Netherlands, covering the years 1988-1991. Seven species are recorded for the first time from The Netherlands: Elachista subocellea and Cosmiotes stabilella (Elachistidae), Teleiodes flavimaculella (Gelechiidae), Epiblema cnicicolana and Dichrorampha consortana (Tortricidae) and Eccopisa effractella and Etiella zinckenella (Pyralidae). Mompha lacteella has to be removed frorn the Dutch list, because the only record of this species was based on a misidentification of a specimen of M. propinquella.
    Keywords: microlepidoptera, Nederland, faunistiek, nieuwe waarneming ; 42.75
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  • 5
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The occurrence and degree of taxonomie congruence is analyzed between classifications based on the external morphology and male and female genitalia of the genus Rasahus Amyot & Serville, 1843 (Reduviidae) using multivariate analyses. The results demonstrate that a classification based on size differences, and a data set of ratios are incongruent with a classification of a set of characters of the male and the female genitalia. The last two classifications are congruent with each other at a speciesgroup level, e.g., that of the R. scutellaris and R. hamatus group. The classifications are discussed and a generalized phenetic classification is given.
    Keywords: Taxonomie congruence ; external morphology ; genitalia ; Heteroptera ; Reduviidae ; Peiratinae ; Rasahus ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.6 p.49
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The new genus Korecnomios from Korea (type species Korecnomios glaber spec, nov.) is described and illustrated.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Ecnomiinae ; Korecnomios ; Palaearctic ; Korea ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.17 p.191
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Siniphanerotomella fanjingshana gen. nov. & spec. nov. of the tribe Phanerotomini Baker (Braconidae: Cheloninae) is described from China.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Chelininae ; Phanerotomini ; Siniphanerotomella ; new genus ; new species ; China ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.15 p.159
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The species of the genus Aulacocentrum Brues (Braconidae: Macrocentrinae) from China are revised and keyed. Two new species are described and illustrated.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Macrocentrinae ; Aulacocentrum ; key ; distribution ; Oriental ; Palaeartic ; China ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.25 p.301
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The genus Chrysopophthorus Goidanich, 1948, is reported for the first time from Northwest Europe (C. hungaricus (Zilahi-Kiss, 1927) from The Netherlands), and C. petiolus Chou, 1986 (described from Taiwan) is reported from France. The Palaearctic species are keyed, partly illustrated, and new records are given.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Euphorinae ; Chrysopophthorus ; Palaearctic ; Netherlands ; France ; key ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.7 p.55
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The genus Homalocolpura Breddin, 1900 (Coreidae: Colpurini) is revised and five new species from Philippine Islands (3) and Borneo (2) are described and illustrated; Breddin's species H. edax is transfered from Homalocolpura Breddin to Typhlocolpura Breddin with the binomial T. edax (Breddin) comb, nov.; dorsal habitus, antennal segments, head, pronotum, female genital plates and male genital capsule of most of the species are illustrated; a checklist and a key to the fourteen known species are provided.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Heteroptera ; Coreidae ; Colpurini ; Homalocolpura ; new species ; Philippine Islands ; Borneo ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.8 p.73
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The new species Phyllogomphoides spiniventris spec. nov., P. suspectus spec. nov. and P. pseudangularis spec. nov. are described and illustrated. The male of P. calverti is discussed and figured. The hitherto unknown male of P. praedatrix is described. A key to the South-American species of Phyllogomphoides is added.
    Keywords: Gomphidae ; Phyllogomphoides ; new species ; Brazil ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.19 p.203
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The species P. angeloi spec. nov. (♂ holotype: State of Amazonas, Tefé), P. basalis spec. nov. (♂ holotype: State of Minas Gerais, Porto Cabral), P. bidentatus spec. nov. (♂ holotype: State of São Paulo, Lins), P. microcephalus spec. nov. (♂ holotype: probably south-eastern part of Brazil) and the hitherto unknown female of P. nigellus Belle are described and illustrated. A key to the Brazilian species of Progomphus is added.
    Keywords: Gomphidae ; Progomphus ; Brazil ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.18 p.197
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: In this paper 15 genera and 23 (sub)species of Ichneumoninae housed in the National Natuurhistorisch Museum, Leiden, are reported from the Iberian Peninsula. New data about the distribution and the related species are added.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Ichneumonidae ; Ichneumoninae ; Iberian Peninsula ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.23 p.249
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Eight new species of the genus Nitela Latreille, 1809 (N. cooperi, N. erugifrons, N. fuscipes, N. intermedia, N. longinervis, N. menkei, N. nigripalpis, and N. polaszeki), are described. Three species previously placed in the subgenus Tenila together with the eight species described in this paper are treated here as the amazonica species group. A key to the species of the species group is given. A lectotype is designated for N. amazonica Ducke, 1903.
    Keywords: Sphecidae ; Crabroninae ; Nitela ; Tenila amazonica group ; Neotropical ; key ; new species ; 42.75
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  • 15
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The genus Phenacephorus Brunner, 1907 is reviewed. Keys are provided for both males and females. Two new species from Borneo are described and illustrated. Eggs of three species are formally described for the first time. All five known species are partly illustrated and the synonymy of all species is given.
    Keywords: Phasmida ; Lonchodinae ; Phenacephorus spinulosus ; P. cornucervi ; P. verrucosus ; P. sepilokensis spec. nov. ; P. nieuwenhuisi spec. nov. ; Sabah ; Kalimantan ; Borneo ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.9 p.87
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: After the description of new species of Cordulegastridae from China by Zhou (1988) and Zhu & Han (1992), additional specimens have been described by van Pelt (1993) and Lohmann (1993). In this paper additional material of Anotogaster cornutifrons Lohmann, 1993, is reported upon. Neallogaster lieftincki Lohmann, 1993, is synonymized with Cordulegaster jinensis Zhu & Han, 1992. Some further comments are made on Lohmann's paper. A single male from Tsingtau (Ch'ing-tao, Shantung, NE China) is described as Cordulegaster (mentalis spec. nov., being the sole representative of the C. boltonii (Donovan, 1807) species-group in the East Palaearctic.
    Keywords: Cordulegastridae ; Anisoptera ; Odonata ; East Palaearctic ; China ; Lieftinck ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.21 p.221
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Thymbreus, an exclusively Neotropical genus, is revised and a diagnosis is given. The following species are included: T. crocinopterus Stål, T. ocellatus (Signoret) and T. pyrrhopterus (Stål). A key is presented and the main taxonomic characters (head, legs, male and female genitalia) are illustrated. A table with measurements and ratios are included. A phylogenetic analysis and a map of the geographical distribution of the species are presented.
    Keywords: Heteroptera ; Reduviidae ; Neotropical ; Thymbreus ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.68 (1994) nr.20 p.215
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Acritus lamherti spec. nov. from Kenya and Cape Verde Archipelago is described and figured.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Coleoptera ; Histeridae ; Abraeinae ; Acritini ; Acritus Le Conte ; new species ; Kenya ; Cape Verde Islands ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.293 (1994) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The species of the genus Euagathis Szépligeti, 1900 (Braconidae: Bassinae (= Agathidinae)) from the Greater and Lesser Sunda Islands (including West Malaysia) are revised and keyed. The subfamily name Bassinae Nees, 1812, is used because it is senior to the commonly used subfamily name Agathidinae Nees, 1814. Twenty-two species are recognized, of which nine are new. The genus Holcotroticus Cameron, 1902, is synonymized with Euagathis Szepligeti, 1900, and Euagathis ruficollis (Cameron, 1902) is a new combination. The following species are synonymized: Euagathis pilosa Szépligeti, 1902, and E. creophora Cameron, 1905, with E. clathrata (Brullé, 1846); E. rufonigra Enderlein, 1920, with E. ruficollis (Cameron, 1902); Euagathis variabilis Enderlein, 1920, Euagathis v. var. tibialis Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. melanopleura Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. melanogaster Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. tonkinensis Enderlein, 1920, and E. bipunctata Enderlein, 1920 with Agathis forticarinata (Cameron, 1899); Euagathis semiflavus Szépligeti, 1908, E. horniana Enderlein, 1920, E. formosana Enderlein, 1920, E.f. var. obscurior Enderlein, 1920, E. nigrifrons Enderlein, 1920, E. tricarinata Enderlein, 1920, with E. japonica Szépligeti, 1902; E. variabilis var. obscuripennis Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. dissimilis Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. sucarandana Enderlein, 1920, Disophrys divisa Enderlein, 1920, and E. baltazarae Bhat & Gupta, 1977, with E. semifusca (Brullé, 1846); E. biroi Szépligeti, 1902, E. dubiosus Turner, 1919, and E. spilota Fullaway, 1919, with E. abbotti (Ashmead, 1900); E. quadrifossulata var. divisa Enderlein, 1920, with Coccygidium concolor (Szépligeti, 1908). Euagathis erythrocephala Cameron, 1905, E. quadrifossulata Enderlein, 1920, E. q. var. divisa Enderlein, 1920, E. q. var. flavipes Enderlein, 1920, and Disophrys concolor Szépligeti, 1908, are transferred to the genus Coccygidium Saussure, 1892. Euagathis insulcata Enderlein, 1920, E. z. var. rufithorax Enderlein, 1920, E. i. var. ruficeps Enderlein, 1920, and E. i. var. nigrescens Enderlein, 1920, are transferred to the genus Cremnops Foerster, 1862. E. borneoensis Szépligeti, 1902, is transferred to the genus Balcemena Cameron, 1903, and Euagathis cryptoplebiae Viereck, 1913 to the genus Bassus Fabricius, 1804. Lectotypes are designated of Agathis semifusca Brulle, 1846, A. semiflava Brullé, 1846, Euagathis erythrocephala Cameron, 1905, E. ruficollis Cameron, 1905, E. fuscinotum Enderlein, 1920, E. pubescens Enderlein, 1920, E. tricarinata Enderlein, 1920, E. formosana Enderlein, 1920, E. variabilis Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. tibialis Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. melanopleura Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. melanogaster Enderlein, 1920, E. bipunctata Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. dissimilis Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. sucarandana Enderlein, 1920, E. v. var. obscuripennis Enderlein, 1920, E. quadrifossulata Enderlein, 1920, E. q. var. divisa Enderlein, 1920, E. q. var. flavipes Enderlein, 1920, E. insulcata Enderlein, 1920, E. i. var. ruficeps Enderlein, 1920, and E. i. var. rufithorax Enderlein, 1920.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Bassinae ; Agathidinae ; Disophrini ; Euagathis ; key ; distribution ; Indo-Aus- tralian ; Oriental ; Indonesia ; Sunda Islands ; Java ; Bali ; Kangean Islands ; Sumbawa ; Sumba ; Sumatra ; Borneo ; Kalimantan ; Brunei ; Malaysia ; Sabah ; Sarawak. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.27 p.365
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A new species of the Indo-Australian genus Shelfordia Cameron, 1902, viz. S longicaudata spec. nov. from Sikkim (India) with an exceptionally long ovipositor is described and illustrated. The Shelfordiagroup is not recognized, and the genus Rostraulax Quicke, 1984, is synonymized with Shelfordia.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Braconinae ; Shelfordia ; Rostraulax ; Sigalphogastra ; Cratobracon ; new species ; Indo-Australian ; Sikkim ; 42.75
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  • 21
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Aprostocetus (Ootetrastichus) theioneurus (Masi) is recorded from Kenya as a hyperparasitoid on Chilo partellus through the braconid Cotesia sesamiae. This is the first known species of the subgenus Ootetrastichus which is not a primary endoparasitoid of eggs. Diagnostic characters are given for this species.
    Keywords: Eulophidae ; Aprostocetus ; Ootetrastichus ; hyperparasitoid ; Lepidoptera ; Pyralidae ; Chilo partellus ; stem borer ; Kenya ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.25 p.351
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: Eight new species of Hydroptilidae in four genera are described from Bali including two species in Microptila Ris, one in Plethus Hagen, two in Stactobia McLachlan, and three in Chrysotrichia Schmid. New records are given for Plethus baliana (Ulmer), one of the four previously established Balinese micro-caddisfly species.
    Keywords: Trichoptera ; Hydroptilidae ; taxonomy ; Microptila ; Plethus ; Stactobia ; Chrysotrichia ; Bali ; Indonesia ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.34 p.473
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Two new species of Pterophoridae (Platyptilia vilema spec. nov. and Stenoptilodes gielisi spec, nov.) are described from the Galápagos Islands. Exelastis pumilio (Zeller) is reported from the archipelago for the first time. Seven hostplant records (six of them new) are given for five of the 15 species now found in the Galápagos. Twenty-three new island records are given for species already mentioned from the archipelago. Se describen dos especies nuevas de Pterophoridae (PlatypHlia vilema spec. nov. y Stenoptilodes gielisi spec. nov.) para las islas Galápagos. Exelastis pumilio (Zeller) se cita por primera vez para el archipiélago. Se dan siete registros de plantas hospederas, de las cuales seis son nuevos, para cinco de las 15 especies conocidas. Se presentan 23 nuevos registros de distribution dentro del archipiélago, por especies previamente mencionadas.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Pterophoridae ; Galápagos Islands ; new species ; new distribution records ; new hostplant records ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.287 (1993) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: An annotated catalogue of the types of Braconidae in the Hope Entomological Collections, University Museum, Oxford, is given. The following new combinations are proposed: Aleiodes rothneyi (Shenefelt, 1975); Aniphiaulax agraensis (Cameron, 1897); Balcemena ruficollis (Cameron, 1899); Bicarinibracon tricarinatus (Cameron, 1897); Blastomorpha intrudens (Smith, 1859); Campyloneurus firmus (Cameron, 1900); ?C. itea (Cameron, 1897); Capitonius amazonicus (Westwood, 1882); C. columbianus (Westwood, 1882); C. gerasinorum (Westwood, 1882); C. nigritus (Westwood, 1882); C. sexnotatus (Westwood, 1882); Cotesia taprobanae (Cameron, 1897); Craspedolcus (s.l.) phaedo (Cameron, 1899); C. (s.s.) seditiosus (Cameron, 1899); C. (s.s.) pauperatus (Cameron, 1900); Ectemnoplax ceylonica (Cameron, 1897); Euagathis nigritarsis (Cameron, 1899); Halycaea ruficeps (Smith, 1858); Hybogaster dissimulanda (Cameron, 1897); Iphiaulax penetrans (Smith, 1862); Isoptronotum fuliginosum (Cameron, 1899); Lepton niger (Nees, 1812); Megalommum aruensis (Dalla Torre, 1898); Monilobracon deceptor (Smith, 1862); M. insinuator (Smith, 1858a); M. quadriceps (Smith, 1858); M. suspiciosus (Smith, 1858); Pachybracon borneensis (Cameron, 1897); P. declaratus (Cameron, 1899); P. jejunus (Cameron, 1899)/ ?P. rothneyi (Cameron, 1897); Pseudocremnops eyrthrocephala (Cameron, 1900); P. sculpturalis (Smith, 1858); Pseudospathius apicalis (Westwood, 1882); Shelfordia charaxa (Cameron, 1897); S. khasiana (Cameron, 1899); Siragra albomarginata (Smith, 1859); Vipio fenestratus (Smith, 1865); V. infortunatus (Schulz, 1906); V. modestus (Smith, 1858a); V. nitidus (Smith, 1858a), and Zeuzerilia perplexa (Smith, 1858). Bracon lepcha Cameron, 1899, is a new synonym of Craspedolcus (s.l.) simlaensis (Cameron, 1899), and Agathis peronata Cameron, 1899, of Euagathis forticarinata (Cameron, 1899). Lectotypes are designated for the following species: Spinaria albiventris Cameron, 1899; Cenocoelius amazonicus Westwood, 1882; C. cephalotes Smith, 1860; Pseudobracon concolor Szépligeti, 1906; Syntretus cynthius Lyle, 1927; Agathis forticarinata Cameron, 1899; A. khasiana Cameron, 1899; Bracon khasianus Cameron, 1899; Agathis nigritarsis Cameron, 1899; Agathis peronata Cameron, 1899; Ipobracon poultoni Szépligeti, 1906; Perilitus profligator Haliday, 1835; Agathona sericans Westwood, 1882; Spinaria suliana Westwood, 1882; S. sulcata Smith, 1865, and Apanteles taprobanae Cameron, 1897.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; types ; Neotropical ; Oriental ; Australian ; Palaearctic. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.286 (1993) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Six new species of the genus Austrozele Roman, one new genus (Rectizele; type species: R. parki spec. nov. from Korea), and eight species of the genus Macrocentrus Curtis are described and illustrated. Keys to the Holarctic genera and to the Palaearctic species are added. New combinations are: Dolichozele gravitarsis (Muesebeck, 1938); Hymenochaonia delicata (Cresson, 1872). The following new synonyms are proposed: Paniscozele sumatrana Enderlein, 1920, and Palinzele oceanica Brues, 1922, with Austrozele longipes (Holmgren, 1868); Plectobracon testaceus Brèthes, 1927, with Dolichozele koebeli Viereck, 1911; Eubadizon dubius Wesmael, 1835, Macrocentrus affinis Hedwig, 1961, and M. affiniqades Shenefelt, 1969, with M. collaris (Spinola, 1808); Macrocentrus bicoloripes van Achterberg, 1982, with M. hungaricus Marshall, 1893; Helcon intricator Ratzeburg, 1852, with M. resinellae (Linnaeus, 1758); Macrocentrus cordanus Papp, 1989, with M. spilotus van Achterbeg & Belokobylskij, 1987; Paniscozele Enderlein and Laevis Sharma, 1982, with Austrozele Roman, 1910; Pachymerella Enderlein, 1920, with Hymenochaonia Dalla Torre, 1898; Neozele Brues, 1926, and Plectrobracon Brethes, 1927, with Dolichozele Viereck, 1911; Pseudophylacter Fahringer, 1929, with Macrocentrus Curtis, 1833.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Macrocentrinae ; Austrozele ; Aulacocentrum ; Macrocentrus ; Rectizele gen. nov. ; Palaearctic ; Europe ; Holarctic ; distribution ; keys ; biology. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.283 (1993) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: An illustrated key to the 43 subfamilies of the family Braconidae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonoidea) is given.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; subfamilies ; key ; distribution ; biology ; Afrotropical ; Australian ; Nearctic ; Neotropical ; Oriental ; Palaearctic. ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: Check list of the weevils occurring in The Netherlands and adjacent regions (Curculionoidea: Curculionidae, Apionidae, Attelabidae, Urodontidae, Anthribidae and Nemonychidae). A new check list of weevils occurring in The Netherlands and adjacent regions is presented. Since the previous list of Brakman (1966) many species were added to the Dutch fauna, some subspecies were raised to specific status and a number of nomenclatorial changes took place. In the present list additions to the Dutch fauna since Brakman (1966) are indicated and nomenclature is updated.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Coleoptera ; Curculionoidea: Curculionidae ; Apionidae ; Attelabidae ; Urodontidae ; Anthribidae ; Nemonychidae ; snuitkevers ; Nederland ; naamlijst ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (0169-2453) vol.5 (1993) nr.1 p.5
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: New and rare hoverflies for the Dutch fauna (Diptera: Syrphidae). Paragus albifrons (Fallén), P. bicolor (Fabricius), Sphegina verecunda Collin, Neoascia annexa (O.F. Müller), Callicera aenea (Fabricius), Cheilosia caerulescens (Meigen), C. chloris (Meigen), C. flavipes (Panzer), Chamaesyrphus scaevoides (Fallén), Xylota coeruleiventris Zetterstedt, Merodon rufus Meigen and Eristalis picea (Fallén) are recorded with full details for the first time from The Netherlands. Some of these species have been listed by other authors but without any details. Here additional notes are given on the distribution and biology of these twelve species as well as 49 other more or less rare species.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Diptera ; Syrphidae ; zweefvliegen ; Nederland ; nieuwe soort ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2009-05-01
    Description: This is the fourth 'annual' compilation of Microlepidoptera collected in The Netherlands, the first three having been published in Entomologische Berichten (vols 45: 89-104 [1985]; 46: 137-156 [1986]; 48: 69-81 [1988]). The following fifteen species are here recorded for the first time from The Netherlands: 1. Ectoedemia heringi (Toll) (Nepticulidae), leafmining on Quercus in eastern and southeastern parts. 2. Alloclemensia mesospilella (Herrich-Schäffer) (Incurvariidae), from Noord-Brabant, details to be published by Van Nieukerken. 3. Nematopogon schwarziellus Zeller (Adelidae), previously misidentified as N. pilella (Denis & Schiffermüller). 4. Nemapogon wolffiella Karsholt & Nielsen (Tineidae), two specimens from southern Limburg. 5. Tinea steueri Petersen (Tineidae), found in the 1960's in the province of Friesland. 6. Phyllonorycter anderidae (Fletcher) (Gracillariidae), found on Birch seedlings in several heath areas. 7. Digitivalva perlepidella (Stainton) (Plutellidae), mining on Inula conyza in Limburg. 8. Pseudatemelia latipennella Jäckh (Oecophoridae), at several localities in Twente, province of Overijssel. 9. Depressaria weirella Stainton (Oecophoridae), found amongst collection material of D. pulcherrimella Stainton. 10. Coleophora calycotomella (Stainton) (Coleophoridae), reared from cases on Broom. 11. Gelechia senticetella Staudinger (Gelechiidae) of garden conifers, notably Juniper, a recent addition. 12. Scrobipalpa proclivella (Fuchs) (Gelechiidae), a stem-miner of Achillea and Artemisia, found in the province of Noord-Brabant. 13. Pammene germmana (Hübner) (Tortricidae), a pair near a hedge in Noord-Brabant. 14. P. ignorata Kusnetzov (Tortricidae), a single female from Limburg of 1964, previously known from about 20 specimens from Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania and Siberia only. 15. Cydia gemmiferana (Treitschke) (Tortricidae), two males from Southern Limburg. The occurrence of the Dichrorampha plumbana group is discussed under D. aeratana Pierce & Metcalfe. Dichrorampha alpigenana Heinemann has to be removed from the Dutch list. The fifth known and second Dutch specimen of Bohemannia auriciliella (Joannis) is reported from Limburg.
    Keywords: lepidoptera ; microlepidoptera ; faunistiek ; Nederland ; nieuwe waarnemingen ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Thirty-eight new species of micro-caddisflies (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae) are described from Malaysia and Brunei in the tribes Stactobiini and Orthotrichiini. Thirteen species are referred to the genus Chrysotrichia Schmid, two to Plethus Hagen, 13 to Scelotrichia Ulmer, five to Stactobia McLachlan and five to Orthotrichia Eaton. Chrysotrichia manga Olah, described from Vietnam, is now recorded from West Malaysia. A checklist of these species is appended for West Malaysia, East Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak) and Brunei.
    Keywords: Trichoptera ; Hydroptilidae ; Stactobiini ; Chrysotrichia ; Plethus ; Scelotrichia ; Stactobia ; Orthotrichiini ; Orthotrichia ; taxonomy ; Malaysia ; Brunei ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.5 p.63
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The new genus Kollasmosoma (Braconidae: Neoneurinae; type species: Elasmosoma platamonense Huddleston, 1976, from the Mediterranean area) is described and illustrated. New combinations are: Kollasmosoma cubiceps (Huddleston, 1976), K. marikovskii (Tobias, 1986), and K. platamonense (Huddleston, 1976). A key to the genera of Neoneurinae is added, and the type species of the known genera are illustrated.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Neoneurinae ; Kollasmosoma ; Palaearctic ; Mediterranean ; key ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.24 p.345
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Celaenorrhinus halconis spec. nov. is described from Mt. Halcon in Mindoro (Philippines). The new species does not seem to be closely related to other Philippine Celaenorrhinus species, but bears resemblance to the endemic Javanese montane species C. toxopei de Jong, 1981.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Hesperiidae ; Celaenorrhinus ; new species ; Philippines ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.10 p.159
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A recent phylogenetic analysis of selected groups of cyclostome braconid wasps by Whitfield (1992) was used to investigate the evolution of biological characters associated with the transition from ecto- to endoparasitism. Incorrect methodology in character polarization and incorrect scoring of characters, and a failure to include other available data are shown by reanalysis of a corrected data matrix to compromise Whitfield's conclusion that endoparasitism evolved twice in his selected set of taxa. Greater rigor and the use of additional informative characters are advocated to obtain more robust phylogeny upon which conclusions regarding biological evolution can be more reliably based.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; endoparasitism ; ectoparasitism ; cyclostome ; reassessment ; phylogeny ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.290 (1993) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The genera of the superfamily Pterophoroidea are redescribed. Three new genera are described: Dejongia, Stockophorus and Shafferia. The characters of the genera and their states are translated into a data matrix. A majority rule consensus tree composed with PAUP serves as a basis for a phylogenetic analysis. A cladogram, representing the views of the author, based on the data acquired, is presented with argumentation. The evaluation of the characters is discussed. A new subfamily is erected, the Deuterocopinae. The Pterophorinae are redefined. The Platyptiliinae are synonymized with the Pterophorinae. The Macropiratidae, considered by Minet (1991) a subfamily or a genus of the Pterophoridae, has been raised to family rank, and is placed as the sister group of the Pterophoridae in the superfamily Pterophoroidea. A discussion is given on the biogeographical data. The only known Pterophorid fossil is discussed and placed in a time scale. A checklist is produced of all known species of Pterophoroidea arranged according to the definition of the genera as (re)described in this publication.
    Keywords: Pterophoroidea ; Pterophoridae ; Macropiratidae ; revision ; phylogenetics ; biogeography ; checklist. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.288 (1993) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: All species and subspecies of the Hesperiidae known from the Philippines are listed and their distribution across the islands, preferred habitats and flight habits are indicated. By far the richest habitat is the primary lowland forest. In view of the high rate of deforestation it is estimated that 50% of the hesperiid species is endangered and may become extinct over the next 10 to 15 years. With 151 species the Philippines is considerably poorer than Borneo (214 species), but much richer than Sulawesi (84 species). In terms of endemicity, however, the Philippines is with 35 endemic species (23.2%) relatively much richer than Borneo (12 species, 5.6%), and almost as rich as Sulawesi (20 species, 23.8%). The distribution and endemicity of species and subspecies are analysed and compared with what is known of the geological history of the Philippines. It is concluded that the fauna is relatively young and essentially of Bornean derivation. The faunal connections with Sulawesi are ambiguous, and those with Taiwan very weak. Hie Hesperiidae do not provide patterns of vicariant speciation events in the Philippines, but there is a general north-south (Luzon-Mindanao) differentiation with an intermediate area of islands showing intricate and various biogeographic links. This agrees with the geological history: the islands of the Philippines are not the result of fragmentation of a single land mass (such a fragmentation could have been a vicariant speciation event), and most of the present-day islands apparently emerged from the sea and may have been much further apart rather than closer together in the geological past. Lowering of the sea level during the Ice Ages must have united the islands in a few clusters, but such clusters are not apparent in the distribution of the Hesperiidae, contrary to what has been reported for the Mammalia. Instead the islands between Luzon and Mindanao are seen as an area with repeatedly changing dispersal opportunities. Palawan does not fit in this picture; biogeographically it is best described as a northern extension of Sundaland (which geologically speaking its southern half actually is).
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Hesperiidae ; Philippines ; biogeography. ; 42.75
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    In:  Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen (0169-2453) vol.5 (1993) nr.2 p.9
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: Checklist of the Dutch leaf-beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). A new checklist of the leaf-beetles of The Netherlands is presented. It is to be used in the European Invertebrate Survey project 'The Leaf-beetles of The Netherlands'. The list is annotated to explain changes in faunistic status and nomenclature since previous lists. A single species, Longitarsus rutilus, is listed here for the first time.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Coleoptera ; Chrysomelidae ; bladkevers ; Nederland ; naamlijst ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: New and interesting Microlepidoptera from The Netherlands (Lepidoptera). This is the fourth 'annual' compilation of Microlepidoptera collected in The Netherlands, the first three having been published in Entomologische Berichten (vols 45: 89-104 [1985]; 46: 137-156 [1986]; 48: 69-81 [1988]). The following fifteen species are here recorded for the first time from The Netherlands: 1. Ectoedemia heringi (Toll) (Nepticulidae), leafmining on Quercus in eastern and southeastern parts. 2. Alloclemensia mesospilella (Herrich-Schäffer) (Incurvariidae), from Noord-Brabant, details to be published by Van Nieukerken. 3. Nematopogon schwarziellus Zeller (Adelidae), previously misidentified as N. pilella (Denis & Schiffermüller). 4. Nemapogon wolffiella Karsholt & Nielsen (Tineidae), two specimens from southern Limburg. 5. Tinea steueri Petersen (Tineidae), found in the 1960's in the province of Friesland. 6. Phyllonorycter anderidae (Fletcher) (Gracillariidae), found on Birch seedlings in several heath areas. 7. Digitivalva perlepidella (Stainton) (Plutellidae), rnining on Inula conyza in Limburg. 8. Pseudatemelia latipennella Jäckh (Oecophoridae), at several localities in Twente, province of Overijssel. 9. Depressaria weirella Stainton (Oecophoridae), found amongst collection material of D. pulcherrimella Stainton. 10. Coleophora calycotomella (Stainton) (Coleophoridae), reared from cases on Broom. 11. Gelechia senticetella Staudinger (Gelechiidae) of garden conifers, notably Juniper, a recent addition. 12. Scrobipalpa proclivella (Fuchs) (Gelechiidae), a stem-miner of Achillea and Artemisia, found in the province of Noord-Brabant. 13. Pammene germmana (Hübner) (Tortricidae), a pair near a hedge in Noord-Brabant. 14. P. ignorata Kusnetzov (Tortricidae), a single female from Limburg of 1964, previously known from about 20 specimens from Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania and Siberia only. 15. Cydia gemmiferana (Treitschke) (Tortricidae), two males from Southern Limburg. The occurrence of the Dichrorampha plumbana group is discussed under D. aeratana Pierce & Metcalfe. Dichrorampha alpigenana Heinemann has to be removed from the Dutch list. The fifth known and second Dutch specimen of Bohemannia auriciliella (Joannis) is reported from Limburg.
    Keywords: Insecta ; Lepidoptera ; Microlepidoptera ; Nederland ; nieuwe soorten ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.16 p.265
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: East Palaearctic Cordulegastridae from the former Lieftinck collection are identified. Two Neallogaster species are described and figured. Neallogaster is supposed to consist of two speciesgroups. Cordulegaster lunifera and C. pekinensis are redescribed and figured. A single female from Central China belongs to C. jinensis. It is assumed that these three Cordulegaster species belong to a separate supraspecific taxon. A single male Cordulegaster from 'Tsingtau" is not conspecific with other cordulegastrids known from China; it resembles the European C. boltonii and will be described as a new species in a revision of the C. boltonii species-group. It is emphasized that the cordulegastrid fauna of the East Palaearctic is still insufficiently known.
    Keywords: Cordulegastridae ; Anisoptera ; Odonata ; East Palaearctic ; China ; Himalaya ; Lieftinck ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.8 p.127
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: In the Oriental genus Pirdana Distant, 1886, the new species P. fusca is described from Samar (E Philippines). The phylogeny of the genus is discussed and as a consequence the endemic Sulawesi taxon P. hyela ismene (Felder & Felder, [1867]) is given back its species rank, bringing the total number of species in the genus to five. A key to the species is added.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Hesperiidae ; Pirdana ; new species ; revision ; Oriental region ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.28 p.375
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The species of the genera Brulleia Szepligeti, 1904, and Parabrulleia van Achterberg, 1983, of the subtribe Brulleiina van Achterberg (Braconidae: Helconinae) from China are revised and keyed. Ten species are recognized, and all nine Brulleia species are new to science. Xuexin Chen & Junhua He, Institute of Applied Entomology, Zhejiang Agricultural University, Hangzhou 310029, China.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Helconinae ; Brulleiina ; Brulleia ; Parabrulleia ; new species ; key ; distribution ; Oriental ; Palaearctic ; China ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.6 p.75
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Seven new species of Gunungiella are described from around Gunung Kinabalu (Sabah).
    Keywords: Trichoptera ; Philopotamidae ; Gunungiella ; taxonomy ; Sabah ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The chorion surface structure of the eggs of 31 species of the subfamily Parnassiinae was studied by SEM on a comparative basis. The eggs are briefly described and taxonomic characters are illustrated. The eggs of all examined species of the genus Parnassius possess a very thick, externally highly sculptured chorion, whereas in all other genera of the Parnassiinae the eggs are externally smooth, as in most Papilioninae. The thickened, externally sculptured chorion is regarded as an autapomorphy of the genus Parnassius, which probably is linked to the hibernation of the fully developed first instar larvae within the egg shell. Die Feinstruktur der Chorionoberfläche der Eier von 31 Arten der Unterfamilie Parnassiinae wurde vergleichend rasterelektronenmikroskopisch untersucht. Die Eischalen der einzelnen Arten werden kurz beschrieben und taxonomisch verwertbare Merkmale dargestellt. Die Eier sämtlicher untersuchter Arten der Gattung Parnassius zeichnen sich durch ein ungewöhnlich dickes, äußerlich stark skulpturiertes Chorion aus, während die Eier der anderen Gattungen der Parnassiinae, ebenso wie einige zum Vergleich untersuchte Papilioninae, ein dünnes, äufierlich glattes Chorion besitzen. Das verdickte, äußerlich stark skulpturierte Chorion wird als Autapomorphie der Gattung Parnassius gedeutet und steht funktionell vermutlich mit der Überwinterung der fertig entwickelten Larve innerhalb der Eischale im Zusammenhang.
    Keywords: Parnassiinae ; eggs ; chorion ; microsculpture ; phylogeny ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.4 p.49
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: The genus Tropobracon Cameron, 1905 (Braconidae: Braconinae) is revised and its species are keyed. The type species is re-described and fully illustrated. Two new species are described: T. comorensis spec. nov. from the Comores and T. infuscatus spec. nov. from Hong-Kong. Bracon dorsalis Matsumura, 1910 and Tropobracon luteus var. indica Ramakrishna Ayyar, 1928 are synonymized with T. luteus Cameron, 1905.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Braconinae ; Tropobracon ; Afrotropical ; Oriental ; distribution ; key ; biology ; Pyralidae ; Chilo ; Maliarpha ; Coniesta ; Scirpophaga (Pyralidae) ; Sesamia (Noctuidae) ; millet wheat ; rice stem borer ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.67 (1993) nr.35 p.487
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The species of the Cerobasis annulata group from the Canary Islands are revised. A key to the seven species is provided; the Holarctic C. annulata is added for comparison. Five new species are described: Cerobasis rosae spec. nov., C. ericaceus spec. nov., C. anagaensis spec. nov., C. longicornis spec. nov. and C. palmensis spec, nov., and all endemic to the Canary Islands.
    Keywords: Psocoptera ; Cerobasis ; new species ; key ; Canary Islands ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2007-08-06
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Nemophora ; Gentiana pneumonanthe ; Succisa pratensis ; Netherlands ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.21 p.323
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The genus Microtypus Ratzeburg, 1848 (Braconidae: Microtypinae) is revised, its species are keyed, and a new species, M. petiolatus van Achterberg spec. nov. is described. The type species is redescribed and fully illustrated. The genus Similearinus Glowacki & Karpinski, 1967 is a new junior synonym of Microtypus; S. ilinskyi Glowacki & Karpiński, 1967 is a new junior synonym of Microtypus trigonus (Nees, 1834), and M. dioryctriae Rohwer, 1920 of M. wesmaelii Ratzeburg, 1848. For both senior synonyms neotypes are designated. The Malagasian species that have been placed in Microtypus are excluded and transferred to the genus Stantonia Ashmead, 1904.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Microtypinae ; Microtypus ; Palaearctic ; Nearctic ; Holarctic ; distribution ; biology ; key ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.27 p.381
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Four new genera of Braconinae (Braconidae) are described and illustrated from the IndoAustralian region: Acampyloneurus gen. nov. (type species: Campyloneurus aruensis Shenefelt, 1978) from Aru, Arubracon gen. nov. (type species: Bracon basalis Smith, 1859) from Aru, Floralibracon gen. nov. (type species: Bracon floralis Smith, 1857) from Sarawak, and Indabracon gen. nov. (type species: Spinaria trimaculata Cameron, 1900) from India. Keys to the species of Arubracon gen. nov. and of Indabracon gen. nov. are added.
    Keywords: Braconidae ; Braconinae ; Acampyloneurus ; Arubracon ; Floralibracon ; Indabracon ; Oriental ; Australian ; Indo-Australian ; keys ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.30 p.417
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A new species, Lophoscutus pugil, from Mexico is described. Additional (new) records are presented for L. attenuatus (Champion, 1898), L. chemsaki Kormilev, 1984, L. granulatus (Champion, 1898), L. inaequalis (Champion, 1898), L. lepidus (Stål, 1862), L. prehensilis (Fabricius, 1803), L. uhleri (Handlirsch, 1898), L. ypsilon Kormilev, 1990, Macrocephalus dorannae Evans, 1931, and M. tuberosus Westwood, 1841.
    Keywords: Heteroptera ; Phymatidae ; Macrocephalinae ; Lophoscutus ; Macrocephalus ; taxonomy ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.15 p.283
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The species of Coladenia Moore, 1881, occurring in the Philippines are revised. The following species are shown to occur there: C. igna (Semper, 1892), C. semperi Elwes & Edwards, 1897, C. minor Chiba et al., 1991, and C. palawana (Staudinger, 1889). Two new species are added: C. ochracea and C. similis, and the new subspecies of C. igna marinda, is described. Due to the incorrect identification of the Sundaland form of C. agni (de Niceville, 1883) as the Philippine C. igna by Evans (1949), the former was still unnamed; it is named C. agni sundae here.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Hesperiidae ; Coladenia ; revision ; Oriental Region ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.5 p.127
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Four new species of the genus Apsilochorema are described from submontane to montane areas in Sabah (Borneo), East Malaysia.
    Keywords: Trichoptera ; Hydrobiosidae ; Apsilochorema ; taxonomy ; Sabah ; East Malaysia ; 42.75
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    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: Indo-Australian and Afrotropical material of the rhopalid genera Leptocoris Hahn, 1833, and Boisea Kirkaldy, 1910 of the Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum at Leiden has been listed, Leptocoris fusca spec. nov. from Timor (Indonesia) is described, and its male genital characters are figured.
    Keywords: Heteroptera ; Rhopalidae ; Leptocoris Hahn ; 1833 ; Boisea Kirkaldy ; 1910 ; Regions: IndoAustralian ; Afrotropical ; taxonomy ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.39 p.529
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A review of the Lepidostomatidae of Borneo is provided with descriptions and illustrations of 19 species, including 14 new species: Dinarthrum bidentatum, D. kellyi, D. tridentatum, Lepidostoma bisculum, L. corollatum, L. cratis, L. curtipendulum, L. erectum, L. octolobium, L. oreion, L. pendulum, L. quaternarium, L. tenellum, and L. uncinatum. The five lepidostomatid species previously known from Borneo are removed from the genus Goerodes: four species, G. conjunctus (Banks), G. grandis (Banks), G. medius (Banks) and G. dulitensis Mosely, are transferred to the genus Lepidostoma, and one species, Goerodes capreolus Ito is transferred to Dinarthrum. Goerodes pendleburyi Weaver is recognized as a junior synonym of Lepidostoma dulitense (Mosely). One new species group for Dinarthrum and three new species groups for Lepidostoma are proposed. Keys to species for adult males are provided.
    Keywords: Trichoptera ; Lepidostomatidae ; systematics ; Borneo ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.275 (1992) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A revision is presented of the species in the genus Parastasia. All known species are described, 11 new species are established, the parameres of most species are figured, the taxonomic levels of several taxa are changed, and 21 new synonymies are proposed. For many taxa lectotypes are designated and many specimens bearing incorrect or dubious type labels are degraded to their true status. Some aspects of distribution and dispersal are shortly discussed. A tentative key and a check list are added.
    Keywords: Coleoptera ; Scarabaeidae ; Rutelinae ; Parastasiina ; Parastasia ; Indo-Australian region ; distribution ; taxonomy ; key ; check list ; new species ; synonymy. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Verhandelingen (0024-1652) vol.276 (1992) nr.1 p.1
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The habitus and genitalia are illustrated for the twelve species of Pterophoridae known from the Galápagos Islands (Ecuador). The status of one species is discussed, as it may be the unknown female of Postplatyptilia minima spec. nov. Five species are described as new: Postplatyptilia huigraica, P. minima, Platyptilia nigroapicalis, Oidaematophorus cristobalis and O. devriesi. Redescriptions and/or diagnoses are given for the other seven species. Lectotypes are designated for Pterophorus nephogenes Meyrick and Platyptilia brevipennis Zeller. A key based on adult external features is provided. Four species were found to be possibly endemic to the archipelago. New foodplant records are given for two species.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Pterophoridae ; plume-moths ; Galápagos Islands ; new species ; key. ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.18 p.309
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The obituary and bibliography of Hermanus Gerardus Maria Teunissen (16.x.1914-3.i.1992) is given.
    Keywords: Teunissen ; obituary ; bibliography ; Aculeata ; Apidae ; Ichneumonidae ; 42.01 ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.19 p.313
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: H.G.M. Teunissen, deceased 1992.
    Keywords: Osmia zandeni ; Hymenoptera ; Apidae ; Megachilinae ; Fuerteventura ; Canary Islands ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.22 p.339
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The new genus Bentonia from Brazil (type species Bentonia longicornis spec, nov.) is described and illustrated. The two species known are keyed.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Orgilinae ; Bentonia ; Neotropical ; Brazil ; key ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.4 p.91
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Twenty-two new species of Hydroptilidae in six genera are described from Malaysia and Brunei: Ugandatrichia Mosely (1), Macrostactobia Schmid (1), Hydroptila Dalman (16), Oxyethira Eaton (1), and Hellyethira Neboiss (3). In addition, new distributional records of previously described species of Ugandatrichia (1), Hydroptila (2), Oxyethira (2) and Tricholeiochiton Kloet & Hincks (1) are given, and immatures of Macrostactobia are figured and described for the first time. Species check lists of Hydroptilini are included for West Malaysia, East Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak) and Brunei.
    Keywords: Trichoptera ; Hydroptilidae ; Hydroptilini ; taxonomy ; Malaysia ; Brunei ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.17 p.303
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: The obituary and bibliography of Gerard van Rossem (18.x.1919-26.xii.1990) is given.
    Keywords: van Rossem ; obituary ; bibliography ; Hymenoptera ; Ichneumonidae ; 42.01 ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.8 p.183
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A new species, Gangara tumpa, is described from N. Sulawesi. The monophyly, phylogeny and biogeography of the genus are discussed, also in relation to related genera.
    Keywords: Lepidoptera ; Hesperiidae ; Gangara ; phylogeny ; biogeography ; Oriental Region ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.10 p.197
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: Heterospilus longicaudatus Zaykov, 1980, nee Nettleton, 1938, is renamed as H. zaykovi nom. nov.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Doryctinae ; Heterospilus longicaudatus ; Heterospilus zaykovi ; Palaearctic ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.26 p.369
    Publication Date: 2013-03-01
    Description: The genera of the subfamily Microtypinae are revised and two new genera are described and illustrated. Plesiotypus gen. nov. (type species: P. depressus spec. nov.) from India and Neomicrotypus gen. nov. (type species: N. penai spec, nov.) from Chile. Keys to the genera of Microtypinae and to the species of Plesiotypus are added. Plesiotypus fullawayi (Beardsley, 1961) is a new combination.
    Keywords: Hymenoptera ; Braconidae ; Microtypinae ; Plesiotypus ; Neomicrotypus ; Microtypus ; Neotropical ; Pacific ; Holarctic ; Oriental ; keys ; 42.75
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    In:  Zoologische Mededelingen (0024-0672) vol.66 (1992) nr.12 p.239
    Publication Date: 2015-06-03
    Description: A revision is given of the 16 recognized South American species of the New World genus Aphylla Selys. Three new species are described and figured, viz. A. scapula (♂ holotype; Brazil, Territorio de Rondônia, Fazenda Rancho Grande), A. silvatica (♂ holotype: Ecuador, Provincia Napo, Limoncocha) and A. spinula (♂ holotype: Perú, Departamento de Cuzco, Río Urubamba). A. obscura (Kirby, 1899) and A. albinensis Belle, 1970, are considered junior synonyms of A. tenuis Selys, 1859, and A. brevipes Selys, 1854, respectively, while A. simulata Belle, 1964, is considered a synonym of A. dentata Selys, 1859. Separate identification keys to the males and the females of the South American species of Aphylla are provided.
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