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Ochthebius caesaraugustae sp. n. is described from Zaragoza (Spain). A lectotye is designated for Ochthebius lapidicola Wollaston. A check list of the species of the Ochthebius lobicollis group is given. Ochthebius longipes Fiori is formally synonymized with O. quadrifossulatus Waltl.
Three closely related species from Japan are treated and defined as composing the Amphinemura flavostigma group (Okamoto, 1922). One species, A. nikkoensis, is described as new to science. Two already known species, A. flavostigma and A. monotuberculata (Kawai, 1956), are redescribed, while the...
A new species of Psychodidae, Syntomoza matagalpensis from Nicaragua is described. Morphology of both male and female and notes on their biology are offered.
The adult male, adult female, pupa, and larva of Nanocladius (Plecopteracoluthus) asiaticus sp. n. (Diptera: Chironomidae) are described and illustrated. Larvae live in coarse silken nets which usually are attached to the ventral side of the mesothorax of larval dobsonflies and fishflies...
The paper presents a re-description of the poorly known larva of Paroecetis strucki (Klapálek, 1903). Information for the identification of this species is given, and the most important diagnostic features are illustrated. In addition, some zoogeographical and ecological notes are included.
Diagnoses are provided for the larva and pupa of Platysmittia for the first time. Descriptions of the male and female of P. bilyji and the male of P. fimbriata are emended to include material from Maryland and Pennsylvania. Specific descriptions and diagnoses are presented for the larva and pupa...
Plectrocnemia alicatai sp.n. from Sicily (Nebrodi Mountains) is described and figured from the adult male.
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