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Summary J. Carayon: Notes on the Hemiptera Plokiophilidae The Plokiophilidae, which are small Hemiptera Cimicoidea with a potentially extensive carnivorous diet, live usually only on webs, Spider webs in the case of the Plokiophilinae, Embioptera webs for the Embiophilinae. They can be bred for...
Summary G. Remaudière: A new Cinara from Aleppo Pine trunks (Hom. Aphididae). Cinara balachowskyi, n. sp. is a large species with very long apical rostrum segments, very short spinopleural hairs and short tarsus. The species lives on the bark of the trunk of Pinus halepensis. Apterous and winged...
Summary A. Villiers: Notes on the Spanish Vesperus [Col. Cerambycidae Lepturinae] This paper, based on the study of material from the main European Museum, allows to point out the extreme variability of every species of the genus. The following synonymies are therefore established: V....
Summary M.Descamps: Some new Episactinae of the genera Lethus and Gymnotettix [Eumastacoidea, Episactidae]. Two new species of the genus Lethus Rehn & Rehn 1934 are described: L. carbonarius from Guatemala and L. nicaraguae from Nicaragua. The genitalia of the 4 species known for the moment are...
Summary P.-C. Rougeot: New Lepidoptera Attacidae from Eastern Africa The Author, having studied the Ethiopan Attacidae in the Kenyan National Museum, describes a new species of Gynanisa and a new subspecies of Epiphora.
Summary J. R. Steffan: Three cases of morphological adaptation in the family Chalcididae [Hym.]. Brachymeria (Caenobrachymeria) polybiaeraptor subg. n., sp. n., living in the nest of a South-american Polybia differs from typical Brachymeria for it mimics the wasp, showing the same coloration,...
Summary A. Descarpentries: Contribution to the study of Madagascan Buprestidae [Col.] A new genus, six new species and one new subspecies are described.
Summary L. Matile: Note on the genera Aspidionia and Platyprosthiogyne in the Ethiopian Region [Dipt. Mycetophilidae.] The genus Aspidionia Colless, known from Micronesia and Australia, is cited for the first time in the Ethiopian Region, and Platyprosthiogyne Enderlein (Seychelles) from the...
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