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Discovery of the male of Rhabdiopteryx brodskii Zhiltzova has revealed membership of this species in the genus Kyphopteryx Kimmins, not Mesyatsia Ricker and Ross, as was believed for some time. Rh. brosdskii is placed in Kyphopteryx because of close agreement in genitalia with the type species,...
Both sexes of Stenopsyche siamensis are fully described and figured on the basis of new material collected in Peninsula Malaysia. The short terminal segment of the maxillary palpus, small eyes, and lack of tibial spurs on the foreleg, set this species apart from most of its congeners.
Bergenstammia aurinae sp. n., a new species of aquatic dance flies (Diptera: Empididae: Clinocerinae) from South Tyrol, Italy, is described and figured.
Descriptions are given of the adults and nymphs of 3 new species of Baetis s.I. (B. boussoulius, B. elouardi, B. gambiae) from rivers in West Africa, including the tidal zone of the River Gambia.
The holotype of Hydraena pensylvanica Kiesenwetter was found in the Deutsches Entomologisches Institut (Eberswalde, Germany). Facts proving its true identity are provided. The epithet "pennsylvanica”; introduced by Provancher (1877) is based on an unjustified emendation of the name pensylvanica....
Hemerodromia zwicki sp. n., a new Hemerodromiinae aquatic dance fly species (Diptera, Empididae) from the Submediterranean region of Slovenia and Croatia is described. Habitus and genitalia of H. zwicki sp. n. are illustrated, ecology and relations to other species are discussed.
Tanytarsus apenninicus sp. n. is described for the male. The description is supported by original drawings. It is characterized by a male hypopygium with paired dark crests on the anal point, the absence of groups of spines between crests and a very short digitus.
The nymph and male imago of Caenis nachoi sp.n., a new species of the Caenis macrura group, from southern Spain are described and drawn, and biological data are included. Differences with closely related species (especially with C.macrura Stephens, 1835 and C.martae Belfiore, 1984) are...
A description of the hitherto unknown larva of Halesus rubricollis (Pictet, 1834) is presented. The most important diagnostic features are illustrated and some taxonomic, zoogeographical and ecological notes are included.
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