PHYLOGENY AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE TRIBE DEUTERAGENIINI (HYMENOPTERA, POMPILIDAE: PEPSINAE)
Phylogenetic analysis of 13 species from seven generic groups with genus Priocnemis as outgroup reveals the relationships; Deuteragenia + Mesagenia form joint cluster with one synapomorphy; other groups are monophyletic.
To the knowledge of genus Nipponodipogon Ishikawa, 1965 (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae, Pepsinae) from Laos
Discovery of the spider wasp genus Sphictostethus Kohl, 1884 (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae: Pepsinae) in New Guinea, with description of two new species.
The genus Sphictostethus is newly recorded from New Guinea as a new northernmost border for their distribution within the Australian Region.
Review of the subgenus Ammosphex Wilcke, 1942 of the genus Arachnospila Kincaid, 1900 (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) of the Russian Far East and East Siberia
A total of nineteen species are reviewed and the synonymy of Psammochares subflavus Haupt, 1929 under Arachnospila clericalis (F. Morawitz, 1889) is confirmed.
A REVIEW OF THE GENUS POECILAGENIA HAUPT, 1927 (HYMENOPTERA, POMPILIDAE) OF THE RUSSIA WITH THE WORLD CATALOGUE OF THE SPECIES
Propodeum coarsely rugose or reticulate-rugose, cleptoparasitic genus in the subfamily Pepsinae, distributed throughout the Old World, but is represented by 22 species and one subspecies.
An annotated catalogue of the spider wasps (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) of Russia
The world number of genus-group names of Pompilidae is clarified: 451 nominal names, including 42 unavailable names, were proposed; of the 409 available names, 254 are currently considered valid.
Contribution to the Siberian Chrysididae (Hymenoptera). Part 2.
Contribution to the Siberian Chrysididae (Hymenoptera). Part 1.
An annotated catalogue of 138 species and three subspecies of Siberian Chrysididae, based on the materials collected by the Russian co-authors in Western and Eastern Siberia, as well as other specimens housed at the Zoological Institute of St. Petersburg and in private collections, is given in two issues.
Revision of the subgenus Stigmatodipogon Ishikawa of the genus Dipogon Fox (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae: Pepsinae).
The systematics of the subgenus Stigmatodipogon Ishikawa of the genus Dipogon Fox is revised and two new species are described and illustrated and four species from Japan, the Russian Far East and Eastern Siberia are redescribed.
Keys to genera of the spider wasps (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) of Russia and neighbouring countries, with check-list of genera.
Keys to 55 genera of spider wasps of Russia and neighbouring countries in females and males in males and an annotated list of genera with type species and distribution data within Russia and biogeographical regions is given.