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Two new insular species, Allomyia delicatula sp.n. and Allomyia coronae sp.n., from the eastern Palaearctic are described. Male, female and larva of Allomyia sajanensis (Levanidova) are redescribed. The larva apparently belonging to Allomyia sichotalinensis (Martynov) is described for the first...
Megaselia bambootelmatae sp. n. is described from Malaysia, where its larvae inhabit water‐filled internodes of the giant bamboo Gigantochloa scortechinii Gamble. The adults resemble M. campylonympha (Schmitz), but the larvae and pupae are very different. Megaselia sp. ‘A’, only known in the...
Three new species of Trichoptera from Anatolia are described and figured: Micrasema mencilis sp.n. (Brachycentridae), Drusus gueneri sp.n. (Limnephilidae) and Martinomyia martynovi sp.n. (Lepidostomatidae).
New records are given for New Caledonian Hydroptilidae including the first formal records of two species, in Hydroptila and Hellyethira which are also widely distributed in Australia. In addition, a new species of Acritoptila and larvae and cases of several congeners, and an unusual “horned”;...
WICHARD, W., W. ARENS and G. EISENBEIS (1995): Atlas zur Biologie der Wasserinsekten. ‐XII + 338 pp., with 912 SEM‐micrographs on 148 pls, 156 text‐figs; Gustav Fischer Verlag Stuttgart etc., ISBN 3–37–30743–6; 128 DM.
Barnardara McCafferty and Provonsha, gen. n. and B. demoori McCafferty and Provonsha, sp.n. are described from larvae taken in eastern Transvaal, South Africa. Clypeocaenis Soldán, Amercaenis Provonsha and McCafferty, and Barnardara represent the known genera of brushlegged Caeninae, all of...
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