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WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES

@inproceedings{Prena2008WITHDO,
  title={WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES},
  author={Jens Prena},
  year={2008}
}
Odontocorynus Schonherr is reviewed and transferred from Madopterini, Zygobaridina to Madarini, Leptoschoinina (new placement). The included species occur from southern Canada to Costa Rica, but are absent on the Pacific side of the Rocky Mountains. Previous records from Brazil are rejected, and one collection from El Salvador is treated as suspect. Twelve known and four new species are recognized: O. calcarifer Prena new species (United States), O. creperus Boheman (type species; original… 
Revision of the Mesobuthus caucasicus complex from Central Asia, with descriptions of six new species (Scorpiones: Buthidae)
A widespread Mesobuthus caucasicus complex, which includes some of the most common scorpions found from the Caucasus to China, is revised for the first time based on new extensive collections from
Fossil Curtonotidae (Diptera: Schizophora: Ephydroidea)
TLDR
These are the only definitive fossils of the family and the only Curtonotidae known from the Caribbean and provide rare data on the geological occurrence of ephydroid flies, essential for estimated divergence times.
Descriptions of four new species of phytoseiid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) associated with medicinal plants from Northern Himalayan Zone of West Bengal, India
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Four new mite species of the family Phytoseiidae are described from Hasnuhana at the Northern Hill Zone of West Bengal located amidst the Central Himalayan Mountain range.

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