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Electragapetus martynovi sp.n. is the second species of the genus in the continental part of the Russian Far East and the sixth species of the world. The new species is related to the Japanese species E.tsudai Ross and E. uchidai Kobayashi by the genital structure and differs from all species of...
MORSE, J.C., L. YANG and L. TIAN (eds) (1994): Aquatic Insects of China Useful for Monitoring Water Quality. ‐ Hohai University Press, Nanjing, XII + 570 pp.; ISBN 7–5630–0240–5. ¥ 55.40. P.P. HARPER: Plecoptera. ‐ Chapter 12, pp. 176–209 in MORSE, J.C., L. YANG and L. TIAN (eds) (1994): Aquatic...
The genus Nathanella and the species N. indica Demoulin are redescribed. The female imago and the nymph of N. indica are described for the first time. A new species N. saras wathiae is described from male and female imagines and nymph. Illustrated keys for the nymphs and imagines are provided...
A key to fifth instar larvae of the four species of Austrian Lepidostomatidae is presented. In addition, the hitherto unknown larva of Crunoecia kempnyi Morton, 1901 is described, and some taxonomic, zoogeographical and ecological notes on this species are included.
The larva of Allogamus laureatus (Navás, 1918), an endemic of the Iberian Peninsula, is described for the first time and compared with other known Iberian species. The most important diagnostic features are illustrated and some zoogeographical and ecological notes are included.
The tipulid Aphrophila neozelandica (Edwards) (Limoniinae:Eriopterini) had a univoltine life cycle in a stony, montane stream in New Zealand. Growth of the larval population was well synchronized with most first instar larvae appearing in late December (early summer) and pupating the following...
The new species Atopophlebia flowersi is described, based on male and female imagines and nymphs. The genus was previously known only from Panama and Ecuador. The new species differs in some morphological features from the present generic description. However, these differences are not...
The genus Polyplectropus is recorded for the first time from the south of the Russian Far East. The male of Polyplectropus nocturnus sp. n. is described and illustrated.
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