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Summary The past diversity of vespid wasps is relatively poorly documented. Many early-diverging fossil subfamilies are only represented today by a single or a few species. Therefore, the delineations of these clades and the early evolutionary history of the family remain difficult to decipher...
Summary The genus Anaxarcha Stål, 1877 (Mantodea: Hymenopodidae: Hymenopodinae), distributed in SE Asia, included 11 species globally, of which seven had been recorded in China. After examining numerous specimens of Anaxarcha, we provide a systematic review of the genus Anaxarcha in China. We...
Summary The iconic fly Thyreophora cynophila has long attracted the interest of entomologists but, despite its re-discovery in Spain and France, its biology is still poorly known. The larvae and puparium have been described in detail but their feeding habits on large carcasses remain largely...
Summary Buninotus palikur n. sp. (French Guiana), Caprilesia napuruna n. sp. (Ecuador), Caprilesia sikuani n. sp. (Colombia), and Pseudosaica charrua n. sp. (Argentina) are described. Detailed descriptions of coloration patterns, external morphology and genitalia are offered and discussed for...
Summary Three new genera and species of cave-adapted trechine beetles are established and described from limestone caves in southwestern China: Yunaphaenops graciliphallus n. gen., n. sp. (Fengwei Dong Cave, Qiubei County, Yunnan Province), a semi-aphaenopsian species with its taxonomic position...
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