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Wiedemannia pieninensis spec. nov., a new aquatic dance fly (Diptera, Empididae, Clinocerinae) from Poland is described and figured.
Larvae of Podonomus albinervis Edwards, 1931 were found phoretic on Gastropoda Chilina dombeyana (Bruigière, 1789) on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi, in Bariloche, Argentina. Larvae were attached with mucus and some had developed a tube made of detritus on the spire of the snail shell. Adults...
A description of the final-instar larva of Agapetus incertulus McLachlan, 1884, is given and affinities with other Iberian species of the genus are discussed. The most important diagnostic features are illustrated.
The adult stage of the genus Varipes is described for the first time. Varipes cajuato sp. n. from Bolivia, Varipes minutus sp. n. and Varipes singuil sp. n. from Argentina are described and illustrated. The description of the first species is based on nymphs, the second on nymph and male and...
Two new species of Lacconectus Motschulsky are described from Vietnam, Lacconectus valeriae sp. n. and L. baolocensis sp. n., and a key is given for the species described from and occurring in that country. Together with the two new species, seven species are now known from Vietnam, and the...
The first records of the Tanytarsini genera Stempellina and Zavrelia in the Oriental Region based on adult males are presented. Two species, Stempellina clavata sp. n. and Zavrelia clinovolsella sp. n. from southern China, are described, and the generic diagnoses of the two genera are emended to...
Anacroneuria (Plecoptera: Perlidae) from the area of the Serra da Mesa reservoir, northern Goiás State, Brazil was studied. A. pastaza (Stark, 2001) is recorded and two new species (A. brandaoi and A. tinga) are described.
The larva of D. scapularis Dugès, 1834, is redescribed from material collected in Morocco, and a comparison is made with larvae of the closely related D. semiperforatus (Walter, 1925) reared in the laboratory. Larvae of D. scapularis were found parasitic in the subelytral space of several beetle...
Three species of Japanese Hydrobaenus Fries (H. Kondoi, H. biwaquartus and H. kisosecundus) can be separated by variation in the sequence of the second internal transcribed spacer (ITS2) regions of ribosomal DNA. Suggested synonymy of H. kondoi with H. biwaquartus is refuted, and previously...
Dolichocephala guangdongensis sp. n., a new aquatic dance fly (Diptera, Empididae), is described from Guangdong province in China. The relationships with its sister species are discussed. A key to the species of the genus Dolichocephala from China is presented.
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