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Abstract A remarkable new genus and species of water scavenger beetle, Tobochares sulcatus, is described and illustrated from the rock formation known as El Tobogan de la Selva, in Amazonas State, Venezuela. It is placed in the subtribe Acidocerina of the tribe Hydrophilini. It is characterised...
Abstract The larva of Stenophylax crossotus McLachlan, 1884 is described, illustrated and compared with morphologically similar Limnephilidae larvae from the Iberian Peninsula. In addition, information on its habitat and life cycle is given.
Abstract Leuctra dylani sp. n. from Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy, is described and illustrated.
Abstract This paper presents the morphotaxonomic findings for a collection of Simuliidae (blackflies) made at 43 lotic breeding sites in Turkey (Asia Minor). A total of 22 named species were identified in the material, of which nine represent new records for Turkey. No new species were found. A...
Abstract Limnophyes angelicae Sæther, 1990; L. er Sæther, 1985; and L. natalensis (Kieffer, 1914) are recorded from the upper littoral zone in Lake Krivoe in Russian Karelia. All are new records for European Russia. The male of L. angelicae from Lake Krivoe and the previously unknown female of...
Abstract The morphology of the larval stages of Arrenurus nobilis and A. robustus is described. Particular attention is given to characters that help to distinguish the two species, and to characters defining the subgenus Arrenurus s. str. The larva of A. robustus resembles the larvae of A....
Abstract Genus Alaskaperla is shown to include two species and be widely disjunct on both sides of the Pacific ocean. A. ovibovis (Ricker, 1965) occurs in Alaska, A. longidentata (Raušer, 1965) in Mongolia. Characters distinguishing males of the two similar species are described and illustrated.
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