Catalog der Lepidopteren des palaearctischen Faunengebietes

  title={Catalog der Lepidopteren des palaearctischen Faunengebietes},
  author={Otto Staudinger and Hans Rebel}
Evaluation of morphological characters and male genitalia features of emerald moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae, Geometrinae) from Turkey
Morphological characteristic of the adults and male genitalia, distribution and flight period of all species in the mediterranean and middle Anatolia regions of Turkey are presented.
A nearly complete database on the records and ecology of the rarest boreal tiger moth from 1840s to 2020
Global environmental changes may cause dramatic insect declines but over century-long time series of certain species’ records are rarely available for scientific research. The Menetries’ Tiger Moth (
Revision of Lepidoptera of Egypt, Superfamily Noctuoidea Part II: Erebidae, Nolidae and Euteliidae
This paper revised the other three families of Noctuoidea (Erebidae, Nolidae and Euteliidae), among the largest families of moths by species count, and found 12 subfamilies in Egypt, among which 140 species and two subspecies belonging to 55 genera are found.
Pyralis cardinalis, a charismatic new species related to P. regalis [Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775, first recognized in Finland (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae)
The informal Pyralis regalis complex, including species of the genus Pyralis Linnaeus, 1758 (Pyralidae), with a bright white or silvery pattern on the forewing, is reviewed, supplemented by
Diversity and Distribution Patterns of Geometrid Moths (Geometridae, Lepidoptera) in Mongolia
Geometrids are a species-rich group of moths that serve as reliable indicators for environmental changes. Little is known about the Mongolian moth fauna, and there is no comprehensive review of
Molecular taxonomy of Tomares hairstreaks (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae, Theclinae)
A nuclear gene (EF-1α) is used in addition to COI barcodes to reconstruct the phylogeny of the Tomares hairstreaks group and reinstate Tomares callimachus spp.
Depressariidae (Lepidoptera) of the Russian Altai Mountains: new species, new records and updated checklist
The first reliable records of D. altaica from southern Ural as a new species for Russia are presented and newly described species are figured in detail including their genitalia.
A catalogue of butterflies (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera) of Azerbaijan
The full list of species composition of butterflies of Azerbaijan numbering 280 species for today is presented for the first time, and it was supplemented by new materials collected by the first author from 2012 to 2019.
Type Specimens of Plume and Many-Plumed Moths (Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae, Alucitidae) Described by S. N. Alphéraky in the Collection of the Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
The following new synonymy is established: Tabulaephorus marptys (Christoph, 1872) = Aciptilia taganrogensis Alphéraky, 1876, syn.