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Fauna Europaea provides a public web-service with an index of scientific names (including important synonyms) of all extant multicellular European terrestrial and freshwater animals and their geographical distribution at the level of countries and major islands (east of the Urals and excluding the Caucasus region). The Fauna Europaea project comprises about… (More)
Recording and describing animal ‘monsters’ collected in the field can still contribute to progress in developmental biology despite the uncontrolled conditions the specimen experienced throughout development. Comparison with model organisms and a sound phylogenetic analysis may offer a tentative explanation for the underlying developmental mechanism and… (More)
A review of the canacid fauna of the Arabian Peninsula is provided. In addition to the usual taxonomic account, a key to all genera and species is also provided. Many figures illustrate some of the main characters that will hopefully be useful for identifying some taxonomically difficult species.
A new species of Canace Haliday, in Curtis, 1837 from Portugal is described. This species, related to C. actites Mathis, 1982, is known so far from a single maritime locality near Lisbon. A key to species of the genus is also provided.
Some taxonomic and distributional aspects of two species groups of the genus Dasyrhicnoessa Hendel, 1934, viz. D. tripunctata group and D. ciliata group, are discussed. Figures of the male terminalia and a key to species are also provided.
Three new species of Dasyrhicnoessa Hendel, 1934 and one of Pseudorhicnoessa Malloch, 1914 from the Indo-Pacific area are described and the male terminalia illustrated. Among these new species, Dasyrhicnoessa paradoxa sp. nov. and Pseudorhicnoessa longicerca sp. nov. are especially noteworthy for the morphological peculiarities of the male terminalia.