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SummaryThe monitoring of introduced species is becoming more important as global trade intensifies. Although ants make up a larger proportion of species on the list of the most invasive species in the world compared with other groups, little is known about the occurrence of those introduced in...
SummaryNotes are provided on some new, unexpected Sphodrina species from Iran, a country apparently well known from the entomological point of view. Notes on the species of Taphoxenus (Lychnifugus) of the Sphodrus phyletic lineage are added, with descriptions of Taphoxenus (Lychnifugus)...
SummaryA preliminary list is given of the species of the Muscidae (Diptera) of the Magadan region, including 93 species in 23 genera. Eighty-one species are newly recorded from this territory. Six species [Spilogona aenea Huckett, 1965, S. bifimbriata Huckett, 1965, S. fulvibasis Huckett, 1965,...
SummaryFaunistic records for 139 tachinid species from southwestern Turkey (Muğla province and adjacent Aydın, Burdur, Denizli and Antalya provinces) are given. Another 17 species of the study area are known only from published records. The known fauna of Tachinidae of southwestern Turkey thus...
Summary. Since the entomosarcosaprophagous community is affected by environmental variables, it needs to be studied under different environmental conditions. In addition, because most studies are usually conducted with biomodels rather than human corpses, it is necessary to verify whether or not...
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