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The nymph and egg of Acentrella almohades sp. n. are described and illustrated on the basis of material collected in southern Spain (in the upper reaches of the Guadalquivir River Basin) and Morocco (Rif Mountains and Atlas Mountains). Features distinguishing the new species from other European...
Three new species of Thraulodes from Venezuela are described. One species is known from male and female imagines, and the other two only from male imagines. With this, the known Thraulodes species for Venezuela are four. A key for the male imagines of the known species of Thraulodes from...
A new species of the genus Paravelia (Heteroptera: Veliidae) is described, increasing the number of species of the genus known from Argentina to three: P. platensis Berg 1883, P. paxila Drake 1957, and the new sp. P. correntina. Some ecological and statistical notes are included. Scanning...
Leuctra boluensis sp.n., which is the only apterous stonefly from Turkey, is described and illustrated. The ecology is also given.
A new species Metretopus tertius sp.n. is described, based on a male imago and a reared male subimago.
Six additional characters are proposed to distinguish the nymphs of the perlid genera from Southeastern Brazil, and a practical key is provided.
The genus Tricorythopsis Traver (1958) is revised and a new generic description is included. Females (imago and subimago) and nymph are described for the first time. Four new species are described: T. fictilis from Argentina, T. volsellus from Venezuela, T. sigillatus from Río de Janeiro St....
Stenophylax festivus Navás, 1920 is transferred to genus Hydatophylax and Hydatophylax intermedius Schmid, 1964 is its junior synonym. Matsumura (1931) incorrectly recorded this species as Astenophylax grammicus McLachlan from Hokkaido, Japan.
The previously unknown female and larva for the New Zealand glacier midge, Zealandochlus latipalpis Brundin are described for the first time, and the pupa described more fully than previously. Unlike the male, which is brachypterous, the female has large wings possessing traces of a vein between...
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