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Synopsis of warty leaf beetle genera of the world (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, Cryptocephalinae, Chlamisini)
Th e 11 world genera of Chlamisini Gressitt are reviewed, diagnosed, and illustrated. A key for their identifi cation is provided. A replacement name is proposed, Kakita Chamorro-Lacayo &Expand
Maternally inherited architecture in tertiary leaf beetles: paleoichnology of cryptocephaline fecal cases in Dominican and Baltic amber
Complex ethological adaptations and intraspecific interactions leave few fossil traces. We document three Dominican (20 million years old [myo]) and Baltic (45 myo) amber fossils that exhibit firmExpand
Comparative Morphology of the Female Genitalia and some Abdominal Structures of Neotropical Cryptocephalini (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cryptocephalinae)
Abstract The female genitalia of New World Cryptocephalini was studied and illustrated based on representatives of 11 of the 13 genera of the tribe. It was found that female genitalia containExpand
Morphology of the prothorax and procoxa in the New World Cryptocephalini (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cryptocephalinae)
The comparative morphology of the prothorax and procoxae of New World Cryptocephalini was studied based on representatives of 11 of the 13 genera of the tribe. This study revealed a set of charactersExpand
A New Genus of Moss-Inhabiting Flea Beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) from Nicaragua
Nicaltica new genus and new species (N. selvanegra Konstantinov, Chamorro-Lacayo and Savini) from moss habitat in Nicaragua are described and illustrated. Nicaltica is compared to KiskeyaExpand
Seven new species of polycentropodidae (Trichoptera) from Nicaragua and Costa Rica
Seven new species of Polycentropodidae (Trichoptera) are described and illustrated from collections made in Nicaragua and Costa Rica: Cernotina riosanjuanensis, Cyrnellus zapateriensis, PolycentropusExpand
Seven new species of Polyplectropus ulmer (Trichoptera: Polycentropodidae) from Costa Rica
Seven new species of Polyplectropus collected during an inventory of the Trichoptera of Costa Rica are described and illustrated: Polyplectropus clauseni, Polyplectropus exilis, PolyplectropusExpand