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Haliplus alberti sp. n. is described, based on three specimens collected in Pan de Guajaibon, San Juan de Sagüa, Pinar del Río, Cuba. Morphologically, the new species is similar to H. pseudofasciatus Wallis, 1933 and H. mutchleri Wallis, 1933, both from Florida (USA). The beetles were collected...
Three new species of Apataniidae from China, Apatania protracta sp. n., Apatidelia paramartynovi sp. n., and Moropsyche dawuensis sp. n. are described and illustrated. We also report Apatania semicircularis Leng and Yang, 1998 for the first time from Hubei Province.Apatania protracta:...
Macroplea Samouelle, 1819 is the only known fully aquatic leaf beetle genus with three European species that have earlier been classified by their assumed water salinity preferences. We studied the inter- and intraspecific variation of the specimens living in Northern Europe using both molecular...
Odonata have a strong potential as model organisms for testing ecological and evolutionary hypotheses because of their short life history, relative ease and cost-effectiveness of care. Unfortunately, very few studies have examined how to create a semi-natural environment for odonates, limiting...
This checklist comprises all species of Hydrophilidae (Coleoptera: Hydrophiloidea) quoted in the literature referring to Iran and confirmed by our study. In total, 104 species within 17 genera and five subfamilies, Hydrophilinae (eight genera, 63 species), Chaetarthriinae (three genera, five...
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