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Permian fossil insects of North‐East Europe: New Liomopterids (Grylloblattida, Liomopteridae and Phenopteridae)
New genera and species of the order Grylloblattida from Upper Permian of Arkhangelsk region is described: Parapermula sojanensis sp. n., Liomopterites pomorus sp. n., L. argutus sp. n., Kazanella
Biodiversity and biogeography of the islands of the Kuril Archipelago
Abstract Aim Based on seven consecutive seasons of biotic survey and inventory of the terrestrial and freshwater plants and animals of the 30 major islands of the Kuril Archipelago, a description of
Permian fossil insects of North-East Europe: new and little-known Ideliidae (Insecta, Plecopteroidea, Grylloblattida).
New Permian taxa of the family I deli idae from North-East Europe are described and the genus Permotermopsis Martynov is revised, and one species, S. kostinae (Sharov, 1961) comb, is transferred to Sojanidelia gen. n.
New and little-known pygmy grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) from Thailand.
An annotated list of 39 species in 25 genera and seven subfamilies of the pygmy grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Tetrididae) from Thailand is given; from these 18 species are recorded from this country for
New and little-known taxa of the tribe Diestramimini (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae: Aemodogryllinae) from Southeast Asia. Part 1
A new subgenus, 19 new species and two new subspecies are described from Vietnam, Laos and China and previously unknown male of G. maximus maximus Gorochov, 1998 and imago of D. palpata are described on the base of a new material.
A New Genus of Pygmy Locusts (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae: Cladonotinae) from the Malay Peninsula
A new genus from the Malay Peninsula, Hancockitettix humeratus, which resembles the genera Hancockella Uvarov and Austrohancockia Günther, 1938 but differs from them by the presence of fully developed tegmen, hind wing and tegminal sinus.
A Higher-Taxon Approach with Soil Invertebrates to Assessing Habitat Diversity in East Asian Rural Landscapes
Rural biodiversity in East Asia is at risk due to the loss of habitat diversity, and good indicators are needed to evaluate diverse habitats in rural landscapes. We examined whether the higher taxa