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Résumé Le genre Pycnomorphus Thomson est révisé et quatre espèces nouvelles sont décrites: Pycnomorphus guyanensis n. sp., P. pradosiae n. sp.et P. sarryi n. sp. de Guyane, et P. batesi n. sp. du Nicaragua. Un genre nouveau Pycnomorphidiellus n. gen. est créé pour une nouvelle espèce de Guyane,...
Abstract The meadow spittlebug Philaenus spumarius (L.) (Hemiptera, Cicadomorpha: Cercopidae) exhibits heritable colour/pattern variation on the dorsal and ventral sides of the adults. Eleven principal dorsal morphs are grouped as melanics and non-melanics according to the pigmentation of the...
Abstract In Mediterranean populations of Philaenus colour polymorphism is maintained mainly by selection taking place during the long aestivation period, when adults are forced to migrate from their oviposition and larval hosts to other plants. Melanic morphs are more frequent in the south and...
Abstract The cricket genus Eneopteroides Chopard, 1956 is transferred from the Eneopteridae to the Podoscirtidae owing to characters in external morphology and male genitalia. One species initially described in the genus Aphonomorphus Rehn, 1903, A. bicolor Hebard, 1928b, is transferred to...
Abstract A new species of Isocolus Förster (Hymenoptera, Cynipidae “Aylacini”) is described from Spain: Isocolus leuzeae n. sp. The new species induces galls in flower heads of Leuzea conifera (Asteraceae) and represents the first known aylacin species associated with this plant. The species is...
Abstract The Juraheterophlebiidae, new family of the “heterophlebioid” lineage, the Henrotayiidae, new family of the “anisopteroid” lineage, the Prostenophlebiidae and the Liassostenophlebiidae, new families of the Stenophlebioptera, and three new genera and species of the Stenophlebiidae are...
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