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A review of Eilema Hübner, 1819 of Russia and adjacent territories. Part 1. The Eilema griseola (Hübner, 1803) species group (Arctiidae: Lithosiinae)
The species of the Eilema griseola (Hubner, 1803) group of subgenus Collita Moore, 1878, are revised and illustrated. Diagnoses and distribution data are given for the seven species so far included.Expand
Taxonomy 2.0: Sequencing of old type specimens supports the description of two new species of the Lasiocampa decolorata group from Morocco (Lepidoptera, Lasiocampidae).
The type of Lasiocampa decolorata (KLUG, 1830), collected in 1820, was successfully barcoded to generate a 658bp COI-fragment after 194 years. The resulting molecular data allowed the description ofExpand
An annotated list of Cossidae of Pakistan, which includes 27 species of 18 genera from 3 subfamilies is presented. Four species ( Cossus afghanistana Daniel, 1953, Semagystia cossoides (Graeser,Expand
Cossidae (Lepidoptera) of the Russian Caucasus with the description of a new species.
An annotated list of the Cossidae of the Russian portion of the Caucasus including 20 species from 11 genera and two subfamilies is presented for the first time. A new species CryptoholcocerusExpand
Orientozeuzera martinii sp. nov., a new species of Carpenter-Moths (Lepidoptera: Cossidae) from Borneo.
Orientozeuzera martinii Yakovlev & Witt sp. nov. is described from Borneo Island (Trus Madi).
Meharia ganslmeieri sp. nov.--a new Cossidae species from Zambia (Lepidoptera).
Meharia ganslmeieri sp. nov. is described from Zambia (Luangwa Valley), Africa.
The Cossidae (Lepidoptera) of Afghanistan with description of three new species and special notes on the fauna of Bande-Amir National Park.
The annotated list of Cossidae of Afghanistan consists of 44 species in 17 genera from the four subfamilies Catoptinae, Cossinae, Zeuzerinae, and Mehariinae. Three new species are described: CossulusExpand
Taxonomic notes on the genera Brypoctia Schoorl, 1990 and Schreiteriana Fletcher & Nye, 1982 (Lepidoptera, Cossidae).
Currently, the Cossidae of South America are rather poorly studied. Data on the distribution and taxonomy of Neotropical carpenter moths are lacking. An exception is the clarification of theExpand