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Two mayfly species Prosopistoma trispinum sp.n. and P. unicolor sp.n. collected from southwestern China are described as new to science, their main diagnostic larval characters are illustrated. The larvae of P. trispinum sp. n. can be differentiated by the large number of mandibular bristles,...
The larva and female adult of Rhoenanthus (Potamanthindus) sapa sp. n. and the larva of Rhoenanthus (Potamanthindus) magnificus Ulmer are described from Vietnam. Larval habitus, line drawings of key characters, distributions, habitat and biology data, and taxonomic remarks are provided.
A new genus of the family Leptohyphidae is described and illustrated. Three species are treated: Lumahyphes guacra sp. n., described from male and female imagines and nymphs from Argentina and Bolivia; Lumahyphes yagua sp. n., described from male and female adults and a nymph from Colombia and...
The paper presents a description of the hitherto unknown larva of Microptila minutissima Ris, 1897. Information on the identification of this species is given, and the most important diagnostic features are illustrated. Some zoogeographical and ecological notes are added.
Laccobius elmii, a new species of Hydrophilidae from Iran, is described. Notes are supplied on specific characters and differences from similar taxa, geographic distribution and biology.
The identity of Chloronia bogotana Weele is reconsidered. This is after the genus revision and a previous redescription of the species have been published, in 1982 and 1991, respectively. The current description is based on two old specimens and a recently collected male, all of which clearly...
Seven species of Anacroneuria from the Boracéia Biological Station are studied; two — A. boraceiensis sp. n. and A. vanini sp. n. — are described as new. The others are A. paulina (Navás), A. petersi Froehlich, A. polita (Burmeister), A. subcostalis Klapálek and A. uyara Froehlich.
Helicopsyche zhejiangensis sp. n. from southeastern China is described and figured, representing the first record of this family in China. The species has a general resemblance with Helicopsyche species known from the Oriental Region, and the East Palaearctic species Helicopsyche coreana Mey...
Chelipoda nigraristata sp. n., a new aquatic dance fly of the subfamily Hemerodromiinae (Diptera, Empididae) is described from China. Relationships with other described species are discussed. A key to the species of the genus Chelipoda from China is presented for the first time.
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