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Summary Planning, implementing, and systematic revision of conservation policies are necessary to protect the biodiversity of a territory. This is critical in countries heavily impacted by anthropogenic activities, like El Salvador, where conserving biodiversity remnants must be a priority....
Summary In this study, 31 species of noctuid stemborers belonging to the genus Sesamia Guenée, 1852 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae: Apameini: Sesamiina) are reviewed. All these species are assigned to the Sesamia cretica group sensu Tams & Bowden (1953). Based on genitalic characters,...
Summary Tennentsia koreana n. sp. is the first representative of the family Dysmorphoptilidae described from the Upper Triassic of South Korea. This discovery extends the distribution of the genus Tennentsia in Asia and suggests that it was broadly distributed during the Triassic. Tennentsia...
Summary Since the invasive garden ant Lasius neglectus Van Loon, Boomsma & Andrásfalvy, 1990 was first detected in 1998 in Seva (Barcelona), and despite the number of amateurs and professionals dedicated to the study of ants in Spain, this species had only been located outside Catalonia in...
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