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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30774504/revision-of-the-ant-eating-spider-genus-mallinus-simon-1893-araneae-zodariidae
#1
Charles R Haddad, Arnaud Henrard, Rudy Jocqué
The zodariine spider genus Mallinus Simon, 1893 is redescribed and diagnosed. The type species, M.nitidiventris Simon, 1893 from South Africa, was originally described from subadult specimens. Adults of both sexes of M.nitidiventris are described for the first time, based on recently collected material, and the genus is rediagnosed, redescribed, and its relationships discussed. A single aberrant male specimen from Namibia is here described as a morphospecies, as it is presumed to only be superficially related...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30774503/keys-to-world-charipinae-hymenoptera-cynipoidea-figitidae
#2
Mar Ferrer-Suay, Jesús Elfa, Juli Pujade-Villar
Eight genera of Charipinae are defined, keyed out, and illustrated. Keys for all charipine species within each valid genus, including Alloxysta , Apocharips , Dilyta , Phaenoglyphis , and Thoreauana , are presented, except for Dilapothor , Lobopterocharips , and Lytoxysta , which are monotypic. Figures are provided to show the diagnostic morphological features as used in the keys.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30774502/-ceratophysella-species-from-mushrooms-in-china-collembola-hypogastruridae
#3
Wanda Maria Weiner, Zhijing Xie, Yu Li, Xin Sun
Four species of the genus Ceratophysella living on mushrooms are reported from China, including a new species, Ceratophysellaskarzynskii Weiner & Sun, sp. n. , which is described from alpine mushrooms. The new species belongs to the Ceratophysella group of species with a dorsal chaetotaxy of type B and differs from the other species in a combination of characters. Ceratophysellaskarzynskii sp. n. is distinguished by its small body size (maximum length 1.09 mm), number of peg-like s-chaetae (30-32) in the ventral sensory file, the trilobed apical vesicle of antennal segment IV, five modified chaetae on dens, and serrated dorsal chaetae...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30774501/taxonomic-study-of-the-genus-aoyuanus-ding-chen-with-descriptions-of-two-new-species-hemiptera-fulgoromorpha-delphacidae
#4
Zheng-Xiang Zhou, Lin Yang, Xiang-Sheng Chen
The delphacid planthoppers genus Aoyuanus Ding & Chen, 2001 is reviewed. Two new species, A.spathulus sp. n. and A.varius sp. n. , are described and illustrated from China to give the genus three species in total, and the generic characteristics are redefined. A short description and illustrations are also given for A.furcatus . A key to all known species of Aoyuanus based on male genitalia is provided.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30766421/new-discoveries-of-the-family-epicopeiidae-from-china-with-description-of-a-new-species-lepidoptera-epicopeiidae
#5
Si-Yao Huang, Min Wang, Wa Da, Xiao-Ling Fan
Some new discoveries of the family Epicopeiidae Swinhoe, 1892 from China are reported. A new species, Mimaporiaowadai Huang & Wang, sp. n. is described from W. Sichuan. Burmeia Minet, 2003 and Psychostrophiaendoi Inoue, 1992 are reported as new to China, with the female genitalia of the former described for the first time. The females of Psychostrophiaendoi Inoue, 1992 and Deuveiabanghaasi Hering, 1932 are reported for the first time. Adults and genitalia of all species aforementioned are illustrated.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30766420/three-new-species-of-the-spider-genus-luzonacera-li-li-2017-from-philippines-araneae-psilodercidae
#6
Wan-Jin Chang, Fengyuan Li, Shuqiang Li
Three new species of Luzonacera Li & Li, 2017 are described: L.francescoballarini Li & Li, sp. n. (♂♀), L.lattuensis Li & Li, sp. n. (♂♀) and L.peterjaegeri Li & Li, sp. n. (♂♀). Prior to this study, the genus was known by two species, both from Luzon Island, Philippines. So far, the genus and all five species are endemic to Luzon Island and can be found in dry or humid caves in a dark environment.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30766419/an-illustrated-key-to-the-species-of-the-genus-narella-cnidaria-octocorallia-primnoidae
#7
Stephen D Cairns, Michelle L Taylor
A history of the description of the 50 valid species of Narella is given, beginning with the first species described in 1860. To help differentiate the various species, a tabular and a polychotomous key are provided. The species in the keys are arranged using nine characters or character sets that are believed to be of value at the species level. New characters or new significance given to previously described characters used in our keys include: 1) the nature of the dorsolateral edge of the basal scale, being ridged or not, 2) the thickness of the body wall scales, and 3) the arrangement of the coenenchymal scales (imbricate or mosaic), their thickness (thin or massive), and their outer surface ornamentation (ridged or not)...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30766418/a-pictorial-key-to-differentiate-the-recently-detected-exotic-haemaphysalislongicornis-neumann-1901-acari-ixodidae-from-native-congeners-in-north-america
#8
Andrea M Egizi, Richard G Robbins, Lorenza Beati, Santiago Nava, Colleen R Vans, James L Occi, Dina M Fonseca
Until recently, only two haemaphysaline species, Haemaphysalischordeilis (Packard, 1869) and Haemaphysalisleporispalustris (Packard, 1869), were known to occur in the United States, and neither was considered to be of significant medical or veterinary importance. In 2017-2018 established populations of the Asian longhorned tick, Haemaphysalislongicornis Neumann, 1901, were detected in the eastern US for the first time. Haemaphysalislongicornis has the potential to be a significant threat to human and animal health, and the urgent need to determine the full extent of its distribution and host range requires availability of a straightforward and practical guide to differentiate it from native species...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30745797/the-identity-of-the-sri-lankan-amblypharyngodon-teleostei-cyprinidae
#9
Hiranya Sudasinghe, Rohan Pethiyagoda, Kalana Maduwage, Madhava Meegaskumbura
Morphological and molecular analyses of specimens representative of the geographic range of the cyprinid genus Amblypharyngodon in Sri Lanka suggest the presence of only a single species in the island, for which the name Amblypharyngodongrandisquamis Jordan & Starks, 1917, is available. Amblypharyngodongrandisquamis is a species endemic to Sri Lanka, distributed across the lowlands of both of the island's main climatic zones. It is distinguished from all other species of Amblypharyngodon , including the three species recorded from peninsular India ( A...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30740021/a-revision-of-the-new-genus-amiga-nakahara-willmott-espeland-gen-n-described-for-papilioarnaca-fabricius-1776-lepidoptera-nymphalidae-satyrinae
#10
Shinichi Nakahara, Gerardo Lamas, Stephanie Tyler, Mario Alejandro Marín, Blanca Huertas, Keith R Willmott, Olaf H H Mielke, Marianne Espeland
We here propose a new, monotypic genus, Amiga Nakahara, Willmott & Espeland, gen. n. , to harbor a common Neotropical butterfly, described as Papilioarnaca Fabricius, 1776, and hitherto placed in the genus Chloreuptychia Forster, 1964. Recent and ongoing molecular phylogenetic research has shown Chloreuptychia to be polyphyletic, with C.arnaca proving to be unrelated to remaining species and not readily placed in any other described genus. Amigaarnaca gen. n. et comb. n. as treated here is a widely distributed and very common species ranging from southern Mexico to southern Brazil...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30740020/redescription-of-the-forgotten-new-caledonian-weevil-genus-callistomorphus-perroud-1865-coleoptera-curculionidae-eugnomini-with-descriptions-of-eight-new-species
#11
Miłosz Adam Mazur
Callistomorphus is one of the "forgotten" genera of the tribe Eugnomini inhabiting rain forest in New Caledonia. In this paper, the genus Callistomorphus and the type species C.farinosus are redescribed. Eight new species, Callistomorphusfundatus sp. n. , C.gibbus sp. n. , C.malleus sp. n. , C.minimus sp. n. , C.rutai sp. n. , C.szoltysi sp. n. , C.torosus sp. n. and C.turbidus sp. n. , are described, originating from the main island of New Caledonia. Illustrations and SEM photographs of the external morphology and the male and female terminalia are provided, as well as dorsal habitus colour photographs of the adults, a key to the species, a distribution map, and a discussion of the systematic position of Callistomorphus within the tribe...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30740019/seven-new-species-of-the-genus-trilacuna-tong-li-2007-from-yunnan-china-araneae-oonopidae
#12
Yanfeng Tong, Haifeng Chen, Shuchong Bai, Zhisheng Zhang, Shuqiang Li
Seven new species of the genus Trilacuna Tong & Li, 2007: Trilacunabawan Tong, Zhang & Li, sp. n. (male, female), T.datang Tong, Zhang & Li, sp. n. (male, female), T.fugong Tong, Zhang & Li, sp. n. (male, female), T.gongshan Tong, Zhang & Li, sp. n. (male, female), T.longling Tong, Zhang & Li, sp. n. (male, female), T.wuhe Tong, Zhang & Li, sp. n. (male, female), and T.xinping Tong, Zhang & Li, sp. n. (male, female) are described from Yunnan Province, China.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30740018/the-siberian-centipede-species-lithobiusproximus-sseliwanoff-1878-chilopoda-lithobiomorpha-a-new-member-of-the-polish-fauna
#13
Jolanta Wytwer, Karel Tajovský
The centipede Lithobiusproximus Sseliwanoff, 1878 is presented for the first time as a new member of the Polish fauna. This species, originally characterized as a widespread Siberian boreal species, seems to possess high plasticity with regards to environmental requirements. Its actual distribution range covers several geographical zones where local conditions have allowed it to survive. The present research in the Wigry National Park, northeast Poland, shows that its distribution extends to the ends of the East European Plain embracing the East Suwałki Lake District, where it occurs almost exclusively in the oak-hornbeam forests: in summer it is one of the three dominant lithobiomorph centipedes inhabiting litter layers...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30740017/-eumorphusmarginatus-group-in-sulawesi-indonesia-coleoptera-endomychidae
#14
Hiroyuki Yoshitomi, Koichi Sogoh
The species of the Eumorphusmarginatus group from Sulawesi are revised. Two previously known species, E.costatus and E.wegneri , are redescribed, and a new species, Eumorphusmirabilis sp. n. , is described. A key for identification of these species is provided.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733637/-allodia-winnertz-from-the-himalayas-with-nine-species-new-to-science-diptera-mycetophilidae
#15
Trude Magnussen, Geir E E Søli, Jostein Kjærandsen
An extensive collection of fungus gnats from Nepal and Bhutan, deposited at Kyushu University Museum in Japan, has been examined and revealed nine species of Allodia Winnertz, 1864 new to science: Allodiacaligata Magnussen, sp. n. , A.dibolia Magnussen, sp. n. , A.shimai Magnussen, sp. n. , A.spathulata Magnussen, sp. n. , A.horologia Magnussen, sp. n. , A.himalayensis Magnussen, sp. n. , A.nepalensis Magnussen, sp. n. , A.thudamensis Magnussen, sp. n. , and A.scalprata Magnussen, sp. n. All specimens were collected at high altitudes in the central and eastern Himalayas...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733636/description-of-four-new-species-of-armoured-spiders-araneae-tetrablemmidae-from-sumatra-indonesia
#16
Riko Fardiansah, Nadine Dupérré, Rahayu Widyastuti, Anton Potapov, Stefan Scheu, Danilo Harms
Four new species of armoured spiders from Sumatra, Indonesia are described. Three species are described in the genus Ablemma Roewer, 1963 and one species in the genus Brignoliella Shear, 1978; Ablemmaandriana sp. n. (male), Ablemmacontrita sp. n. (male and female), Ablemmakelinci sp. n. (male) and Brignoliellapatmae sp. n. (male and female). The female of Ablemmasingalang Lehtinen, 1981 is described here for the first time. The first record of Brignoliella for Sumatra is also presented.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733635/calls-of-boanalatistriata-caramaschi-cruz-2004-amphibia-anura-hylidae-an-endemic-tree-frog-from-the-state-of-minas-gerais-brazil
#17
Cyro de Luna-Dias, Sergio P de Carvalho-E-Silva
Bioacoustical data are useful for studying amphibians, especially their conservation, taxonomy, and evolution, among others. Of the 12 species of the Boanapolytaenia clade, only B.buriti and B.latistriata have no published information about their advertisement calls. We recorded four males of B.latistriata in its type locality at Parque Nacional do Itatiaia, south-eastern Brazil. We used a Roland R26 digital recorder with a Sennheiser ME-67 microphone and analysed the recordings using the Raven Pro 1.5 software...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30728740/descriptions-of-three-new-species-of-the-genus-stenodyneriellus-giordani-soika-with-keys-to-some-related-species-hymenoptera-vespidae-eumeninae
#18
REVIEW
Ting-Jing Li, James M Carpenter
Three new species, namely Stenodyneriellusangustus sp. n. from Thailand, S.profundus sp. n. from Philippines, and S.longitergus sp. n. from Indonesia, are described and illustrated in detail. Stenodyneriellusmaculatus Gusenleitner, 2013 is newly recorded from Vietnam. Two keys to some related species are also provided.
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30728739/description-of-triatomahuehuetenanguensis-sp-n-a-potential-chagas-disease-vector-hemiptera-reduviidae-triatominae
#19
Raquel Asunción Lima-Cordón, María Carlota Monroy, Lori Stevens, Antonieta Rodas, Gabriela Anaité Rodas, Patricia L Dorn, Silvia A Justi
A new species of the genus Triatoma Laporte, 1832 (Hemiptera, Reduviidae) is described based on specimens collected in the department of Huehuetenango, Guatemala. Triatomahuehuetenanguensis sp. n. is closely related to T.dimidiata (Latreille, 1811), with the following main morphological differences: lighter color; smaller overall size, including head length; and width and length of the pronotum. Natural Trypanosomacruzi (Chagas, 1909) infection, coupled with its presence in domestic habitats, makes this species a potentially important vector of Trypanosomacruzi in Guatemala...
2019: ZooKeys
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30728738/a-new-species-of-tenuibaetis-kang-yang-1994-from-indonesia-ephemeroptera-baetidae
#20
Thomas Kaltenbach, Jean-Luc Gattolliat
A new species of Tenuibaetis Kang & Yang is described and illustrated based on larvae collected in Java in 2010, which is the most southeastern report of this genus to date. The total number of Tenuibaetis species is thereby augmented to seven. The morphological differences of all other species are discussed and summarised in tabular form.
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