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Abstract Hydroporus tatianae sp. n. is described from north-western Siberia, and Hydroporus kabakovi sp. n. from the Chitinskaya Oblast' in south-eastern Siberia and from Mongolia. Both new species are similar to the Nearctic H. larsoni Nilsson, 1984, the Holarctic H. fuscipennis Schaum, 1868,...
Abstract Acentrella barbarae sp. n. is described from eggs, larvae, and imagines collected from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee, USA. Larvae were collected from cobble-pebble substrate in stream rapids. Life stages were associated by rearing. Eggs have...
Abstract Three instars of Canthyporus kenyensis Bilardo & Sanfilippo, 1979 are described. Larvae of C. kenyensis differ from other known larvae of the subfamily Hydroporinae in having the primary procoxal seta CO7 articulated distally. A parsimony analysis of selected taxa of Hydroporinae based...
Abstract An enigmatic new species of Ilybiosoma Crotch, 1873, belonging to the I. discicollis group sensu Nilsson (2000), is described from Zhangmu on the border between Nepal and Tibet Autonomous Region. It is the first record of the genus for China. Ilybiosoma yeti n.sp. was collected at an...
Abstract The characteristic tibial spur structure is proposed as new synapomorphy of subfamily Edwardsininae and of tribe Blepharicerinae: Apistomyiini, respectively. Edwardsina bison (Victoria) and E. fimbriata (New South Wales) are new species described. Supplementary descriptions of several...
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