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The males and females of the following new species of Trichoptera from Turkey are described and illustrated: Agapetus selgensis sp. n. (Glossosomatidae) and Beraeamyia devrekensis sp. n. (Beraeidae). Remarks on their relatives are provided.
The hitherto unknown fifth instar larva of Drusus bolivari (McLachlan, 1880) is described for the first time and compared with other known similar Iberian species. The most important features are illustrated, and some zoogeographical and ecological notes are included. The thick pronotal ridge of...
Adult male and female of Leuctra gardinii, sp. n., a winter emerging apterous taxon, are described. The type series comprises nine specimens collected walking on snow at the beginning of January, along a footpath from 1600 to 1700 m a.s.l., on the eastern spur of the Monviso massif (Cottian...
Three new species of Aphelocheirus from northern Thailand are described herein. Aphelocheirus karen and A. maehongsonus were collected from two streams north of Mae Hong Son in Mae Hong Son Province. Aphelocheirus monthathanus was collected from Doi Suthep and Doi Inthanon in Chiang Mai...
Metrichia cuniapiru, sp. n. (tribe Ochrotrichiini, family Hydroptilidae) from Misiones Province is described. Main characters useful for recognition of females of different species of Metrichia and keys for the males and larvae are provided. The pupa of M. neotropicalis is also described.
Two new orthoclad species, Tavastia alticrista sp. n. and Heterotrissocladius zierli sp. n., are described as male imagines. T. alticrista is the third species described from the genus and differs from the two other known species by having a reduced anal point and a gonostylus with a prominent...
The problem of generic attributions in the subfamily Hydropsychinae is reviewed. Historic morphological characters are evaluated and new morphological characters are introduced, including characters from all life history stages when available. A natural classification depends on maximizing the...
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