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The new species is described from the morphology of all life stages and the cytology of the larval salivary gland chromosomes. It is assigned to the S. vernum group (subgenus Nevermannia) and compared with closely related species of this group. Aspects of its biology, based on the aquatic...
The nymphs, adults and eggs of a new species of the genus Tasmanocoenis Lestage (1930) from South Australia are described and illustrated, and a key to the adults and nymphs of known Tasmanocoenis species is provided.
Of the 20 Afrotropical species hitherto placed in the genus Centroptilum Eaton, the nymphs of 7 have been described, all of them from South Africa. The nymphs of a further 5 species from East Africa and 3 from West Africa are described here, 6 of them being new. In the light of the recent...
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