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Abstract Three new species of caddis in the endemic New Zealand genus Alloecentrella Wise, 1958 (Trichoptera: Sericostomatoidea) are named and described: A. linearis sp. n., A. cirratus sp. n., and A. incisus sp. n. We report the known distribution of each of the four species in the genus; A....
Abstract Protonemura macrodactyla Du & Zhou, sp. nov. and Protonemura bidigitata Du & Wang sp. nov. are described from China. The types of the new species are deposited in the Insect Collection of Yangzhou University.
Abstract The chironomid species commensal on Blephariceridae described as Dactylocladius commensalis Tonnoir, 1923 from New Zealand has remained enigmatic since its first discovery. The taxon has not been restudied despite the apparent strong commensal/phoretic affinity of the aquatic immature...
Abstract The species composition of an odonate assemblage from six new ponds in Virginia, USA, was documented, and life histories and production of three dominant odonate taxa (Anax junius (Drury), Gomphus exilis Selys, and Enallagma civile (Hagen)) were determined. The assemblage consisted of...
Abstract Acrophylax sowai (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae), a new species from the Western Carpathians, is described and figured. The taxon, previously incorrectly identified as A. vernalis Dziędzielewicz, is probably endemic in the mountainous range and lives in the highest elevated springs and...
Abstract The male adults of the genus Oligoneurioides and its type species, O. amazonicus, are redescribed. The female, larva, and egg are described for the first time and the distribution of the genus is extended. Notes on the biology of the larvae are also provided. The main characters that...
Abstract The genus Ilythea Haliday is recorded from China for the first time. A new species, Ilythea menglaensis sp. nov., is described, and Ilythea japonica Miyagi is recorded. A key to the Chinese species of Ilythea is presented.
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