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Fifteen species of Haenydra from continental and insular Greece, including H. christinae sp.n. from the Peloponnesus (belonging to the gracilis‐excisa species group), are listed and briefly described. Detailed maps of the so far known distribution in the southern Balkans and in the Aegean areas...
Geodessus kejvali is described from the extreme south of India. It can be easily separated from the only other known Geodessus species, G. besucheti by a number of morphological features. The reduced natatorial setation as well as the deep lateral grooves on sternite 7 are here suggested as...
ARMITAGE, P.D., P.S. CRANSTON and L.C.V. PINDER (eds) (1995): The Chironomidae Biology and ecology of non‐biting midges. — XII + 572 pp., hardcover; Chapman & Hall, London etc., ISBN 0 412 45260 X; 69 £.
The effect of a dam on the life history of the dobsonfly Protohermes immaculatus was examined by comparing two neighbouring streams with and without a dam on the small island Tokunoshima, southern Japan. Because the dam drains off surface water the temperature is increased downstream. The...
The Sri Lankan mayfly species Baetis feminalis is newly combined in Acentrella based on the distinctive anterior process of the mesothorax of the adult type material.
Limnebius minoricensis from Menorca (Spain, Balearic Islands) is described. Phylogenetically, the new species belongs to the Limnebius nitidus group (L. cordobanus subgroup).
Two new Limnephilidae (Trichoptera) species from northeastern and northwestern Turkey are described and figured: Apataniana borcka sp.n., (Apataniini) and Chaetopteryx nalanae sp.n. (Chaetopterygini).
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