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Summary The morphology of the Betancurian Dwarf Mantis Pseudoyersinia betancuriae Wiemers, 1993 is here presented with a redescription of both male and female, to better understand the taxonomy of this species within the tribe Amelini. The mating behaviour has been studied pairing different...
Summary Rostricephalus Fleutiaux, 1918 is an enigmatic and little-studied genus. A new species of this genus, Rostricephalus shii n. sp., is described from Sichuan Province, China. The female genitalia of the new species are illustrated and compared with those of the previous only known species,...
Summary Bilebullephlebia legendrei n. gen., n. sp. is described, illustrated, and placed into the small epiproctophoran family Burmaphlebiidae. This family was previously known from the mid-Cretaceous Kachin amber by two monotypic genera, but the new fossil shows that its diversity is...
Summary Derolathrus subtilis n. sp. (Coleoptera: Jacobsoniidae) is described from New Caledonia. Derolathrus troglophilus (Sen Gupta, 1979) is also recorded for the first time from this territory. Until now, within the family Jacobsoniidae, only the genus Sarothrias Grouvelle, 1918 was known...
Summary. This work presents a first taxonomic revision of the historical type collections of West Palaearctic bees in the tribe Eucerini (Apidae) that are preserved in the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris. A total of 72 species names are revised, 147 type specimens are recognised, and...
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