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SummarySince the 1980s, bumblebee species have declined in Europe, partly because of agricultural intensification. Yet little is known about the potential consequences of agricultural decline on bumblebees. In most mountainous areas, agricultural decline from rural exodus is acute and alters...
SummaryAdult males of Polypedilum (Polypedilum) exterflexus n. sp., P. (Tripodura) rectangulum n. sp. and life stages of P. (Tripodura) pruina Freeman are described from India. In addition, one species, Polypedilum clavipennae n. sp. with all the life stages not assigned to any one of the...
Summary Contribution to the systematic rearrangement of the West-Palaearctic Peritelini IX Revision of the genus Meira Jacquelin du Val 1852 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Entiminae)The genus Meira Jacquelin du Val 1852 is revised, four lectotypes and a neotype are designated, a new synonymy is...
RésuméDasypsyllus picaflori n. sp. est décrit à partir de puces prélevées dans un nid de Trochilidae, Oreotrochilus leucopleurus Gould 1847, au Chili. C’est la deuxième espèce de Puce signalée chez des Colibris. Taxonomie, répartition, spécificité et écologie des espèces et sous-espèces connues...
SummaryNew records of Cynipid gall wasps and inquilines for the Italian peninsula and Sicily and their new host plants for the Palaearctic Region are listed and commented on. Among them we find: Cerroneuroterus cerrifloralis (Müllner 1901) as new for Italy and new for the Palaearctic region as...
SummaryIn recent years, a growing number of studies have focused on the potential interest of urban green areas for supporting biodiversity. Private gardens, urban parks or green roofs may support relatively high densities of diverse wild bees. Knowledge is lacking regarding bee assemblages in...
SummaryAfter more than 80 years, the rediscovery of Tomarus cuniculus in Mexico is presented based on two male specimens recently collected from Tabasco. Historical records from the literature are reviewed. A modification to the identification key of the species of Tomarus in Mexico is provided.
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