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Acanalonia conica (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha, Acanaloniidae), a Nearctic species recently introduced in Europe
Analysis shows that the Neartic species Acanalonia conica has a good capability to settle outside its natural range and it is concluded that A. conica should be regarded as a potential pest in Europe.
A new genus and new species of Telephanini (Coleoptera: Silvanidae) from Gabon
A new genus and new species of Telephanini LeConte, 1861 are described based on specimens recently collected by an Italian expedition to Gabon. Bolianus giannae gen. et sp. nov. is characterized in
The Mecistocephalidae of the Japanese and Taiwanese islands (Chilopoda: Geophilomorpha)
This dissertation aims to provide a history of mecistocephalidae of the Japanese and Taiwanese islands and investigates the role ofcephalus in the formation and management of these islands.
Geophilomorph centipedes (Chilopoda) from termite mounds in the northern Pantanal wetland of Mato Grosso, Brazil
Of two species of geophilomorph centipedes collected above high waters in termite mounds in the Pantanal of Mato Grosso, one (Schendylops inquilinus) is described here as new; the other (Aphilodon
Revision of Eulasia genei Truqui, with description of Eulasia rittneri n. sp. from Israel and synonymic notes on related species (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Glaphyridae)
The distribution range of both species is defined and notes on their ecology and phenology are presented and a technique for observing the volumetric shape of the endophallus has been modified and used for the first time for the study of Scarabaeoidea.
The Pygopleurus Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea: Glaphyridae) of mainland Greece: taxonomy, faunistics and ecological notes.
The present contribution revises the taxonomy of the Pygopleurus Motschulsky, 1860 species from the mainland Greece, introducing substantial changes to the last taxonomic work by Baraud (1989).
Sex‐Biased Dispersal Obscures Species Boundaries in Integrative Species Delimitation Approaches
Simulations of population divergence with migration corresponding to the biology of Pachypus showed that female philopatry strongly increases reciprocal monophyly of mitochondrial markers and may substantially contribute to over‐splitting in species delimitation.
New species and new records of the genus Ribautia Brölemann, 1909 (Chilopoda: Geophilomorpha: Geophilidae) from South America
Two new species of Neotropical Geophilomorpha are described: Ribautia combinata n. sp. from Peru and R. donatellae n. sp. from Brazil. New records from Amazonia are given for R. ducalis Pereira,
The species of Schendylops Cook, 1899 (Chilopoda, Geophilomorpha, Schendylidae) from Madagascar
Quatre especes de chilopodes geophilomorphes du genre Schendylops Cook, 1899 parmi les cinq connues jusqu'ici de Madagascar, sont redecrites d'apres le materiel type conserve dans les collections du Museum national d'Histoire naturelle de Paris.
Temnorhychus baal Reiche & Saulcy (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Dynastinae) is recorded for the first time for Turkish fauna from provinces of Erzurum and Izmir. Hypothesis explaining its presence in