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The Protonemura corsicana species group shows an interesting Circummediterranean‐Caucasian distribution, with several relict or insular species. Eight populations belonging to four species of this group and six populations belonging to Isoperla insularis (Morton) were studied by means of...
Helicopsyche siama sp.n. is described and figured. The species has a general resemblance to other Helicopsyche species known from Asia, especially to H. maculata Mosely, 1939 known from India and Burma. In addition, the Ceylonese Ceylanopsyche asaka (Mosely, 1939) (Sericostomatidae) has certain...
The male and female imagines of Usambaromyia nigrala gen. n., sp. n. are described from the West Usambara Mountains in Tanzania. The species differs from other known chironomids by having nearly completely black wings in both sexes, tibial spurs with lateral denticles making them...
The male of Axonopsis (Paraxonopsis) dantei sp. n. is described from material collected in the interstitial habitat of a small stony stream near Florence (Italy). The subgenus Paraxonopsis Motas and Tanasachi is reported for the first time from Italy. A comparison was made with the other...
Neosigara akanthinomeros sp. n. from Cundinamarca province in Colombia is described, a key to males of all six species of the genus Neosigara diagnoses of adults and notes on the ecology, eggs and fifth instar larvae of the five Colombian species of the genus and Orocorixa makrocheira Nieser and...
The larvae and egg case of Phaenonotum (Hydroglobus) puncticolle Bruch, 1915 are described, based on material collected in the field and reared in the laboratory. Behavioral and populational data are included and discussed. The larvae and egg cases are compared to those of Phaenonotum...
L. BOTOSANEANU (1992): Trichoptera of the Levant—Imagines—. —Fauna Palaestina, Insecta 6: VI + 300 pp.; hard cover; edited by The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem; ISBN 965–208–013–6, 965–208–098–5; $ 40.00.
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