New species and new distributional records of Neotropical Mantispidae (Insecta: Neuroptera).

  title={New species and new distributional records of Neotropical Mantispidae (Insecta: Neuroptera).},
  author={Adrian Ardila-Camacho and Arley Calle-Tob{\'o}n and Marta Wolff and Lionel A. Stange},
  volume={4413 2},
The Neotropical fauna of Mantispidae is currently composed of 106 species. We provide new distributional records of Mantispidae from Colombia and Panama. Three new species are described, one in Symphrasinae from Colombia, and two in Mantispinae from Colombia and Panama. Haematomantispa nubeculosa (Navás, 1933) and Leptomantispa axillaris (Navás, 1908) are reported from Colombia for the first time, the former being the first record of the genus in the country. New locality records for other… 

Taxonomic review of the mantidfly genus Nolima Navás (Neuroptera, Mantispidae, Calomantispinae)

The mantidfly genus Nolima Navás, 1914 (Neuroptera, Mantispidae, Calomantispinae) is herein revised and the species N.victor Navás are redescribed, while the new species Nolimacostaricensis Reynoso & Contreras, sp.

New host record for the enigmatic Neotropical mantidfly genus Anchieta Navás, 1909 (Neuroptera, Mantispidae), a mimic of wasps and stingless bees

The third case of an association between the mantidfly genus Anchieta Navas, 1909 with the order Hymenoptera is presented and the biology and mimicry pattern with stingless bees of the reared AnchietA species is discussed.

Mantispidae of the Área de Conservación Privada (ACP) Panguana, Peru

19 species of Mantispidae are now currently known from Peru, with Dicromantispa gracilis (Erichson, 1839) and ZeugomantispA virescens (Rambur, 1842) being most abundant.

Type specimens of Neuropterida in the Hope Entomological Collection, Oxford University Museum of Natural History

The Hope Entomological Collection in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History holds a large and diverse array of historically valuable type specimens for species in the superorder Neuropterida (Megaloptera, Neuroptera, and Raphidioptera), and to help stabilize the nomenclature, new lectotype designations are made.

A review of the biology and biogeography of Mantispidae (Neuroptera)

Considering the biology, systematics, distribution of higher taxonomic levels and the fossil record, the historical biogeography of the group is critically discussed with Gondwana as the epicenter of Mantispidae radiation.

Neuroptera Diversity from Tacaná Volcano, Mexico: Species Composition, Altitudinal and Biogeographic Pattern of the Fauna

Recent survey efforts of the Neuroptera diversity of the Tacaná volcano, Chiapas, along an altitudinal gradient, increased the known fauna of this order in Mexico by 31 species and two genera, with extension of the known distributional range of 25 species of five families.

The First Mantidfly (Neuroptera: Mantispidae) from the Early Eocene Green River Formation

  • V. Makarkin
  • Biology
    Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History
  • 2019
Protonolima gen. nov. (Neuroptera: Mantispidae) is described from the early Eocene Green River Formation and likely belongs to Calomantispinae, on the basis of the very distal origin of posterior radius and the basal crossvein between media and cubitus.