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Summary A first report on the phylogeography and phylogeny of the widespread Holarctic species, Graphomya minor Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830, within its continuous range throughout northern Eurasia and North America, is presented. The geographic patterns of genetic and morphological variability in G....
Summary Stag beetles are saproxylic insects that live in deadwood colonised by fungi and other microorganisms. Due to the cryptic habits of these species, little is known on their biological aspects, especially for the immature stage. In this study, we investigated morphometric traits of lesser...
Summary A new species of the genus Cryptostemma Herrich-Schaeffer, 1835, C. karukeraensis n. sp., was collected in several localities of the island of Basse-Terre (Guadeloupe), by prospecting the particular micro-habitats specific to the Dipsocoridae. Males and females (macropterous) and 5th...
Summary Because of the apparent northwards spread of canine leishmaniosis cases, we decided to investigate the occurrence of the potential vector species, namely Phlebotomine sand flies, in the Upper Rhine valley of Alsace, France. Trappings were performed in the natural regions of the Vosges...
Summary The Epaphiopsis complex, a complex of trechine ground beetle genera, is composed of the genus Epaphiopsis and six other genera, all of which are endemic to the Far East. Since an exhaustive definition of this genus complex has not been available to date, the general morphology of all the...
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