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Moubayed-Breil J.,Applied ecology and biodiversity | Langton P.H.,Coleraine Co | Ashe P.,33 Shelton Drive
Fauna Norvegica | Year: 2010

The description of Rheotanytarsus dactylophoreus sp. nov. is based on adult males, pharate males and pupal exuviae collected in low and middle mountain streams located in the Eastern Pyrenees and Corsica is presented. The most distinctive character in the adult male is the unusually long, finger-like, digitus and in the pupal exuviae is the thoracic horn which is spinulate laterally (extending from swollen base into tapered apical half). The distribution of R. dactylophoreus sp. nov. indicates that this pyreneocorsican species is a Tyrrhenian faunal element which spread westwards to mountain streams of the Eastern Pyrenees perhaps during the repeated waves of migration from the Paleocene (Montian) till the late Miocene.


Moubayed-Breil J.,Applied ecology | Ashe P.,33 Shelton Drive | Langton P.H.,Coleraine Co
Fauna Norvegica | Year: 2010

Diagnoses and descriptions of the adults and pupal exuviae of Stygocladius multisetosus gen. nov., sp. nov., are provided based primarily on male and female pharates collected in temporary basaltic and karstic helocrenes in southern France and Algeria. Features on the adult male, female and pupa indicates that it belongs to the Heterotrissocladius group of genera and is probably most closely related to Paratrissocladius Zavřel. The immature stages of the new species are stygobiontic.


Moubayed-Breil J.,10 rue des Fenouils | Ashe P.,33 Shelton Drive | Langton P.H.,Bt Inc.
Fauna Norvegica | Year: 2010

Three new species of Paratanytarsus are described, from Corsica, southern France and Lebanon, based on the adult males and associated pupal exuviae. These descriptions increase the number of western Palaearctic species in the genus to 23. The pupal exuviae of the new species resemble those of P. bituberculatus (Edwards). Main diagnostic characters as well as additional illustrations of P. bituberculatus are also presented. Characters are given for distinguishing the adult males and the pupal exuviae from other related species. A key to the adult males and pupal exuviae of the described species is provided.


Ashe P.,33 Shelton Drive | O'Connor J.P.,National Museum of Ireland
Spixiana | Year: 2014

New replacement names are proposed for three junior primary homonyms that cannot be maintained under the current rules of zoological nomenclature. The substitute names are Paraphaenocladius evenhuisi nom. nov. for P. pusillus Seredszus & Wichard, 2007 (preoccupied by P. pusillus Sæther & Wang, 1995); Chironomus vallenduuki nom. nov. for C. uliginosus Keyl, 1960 (nec C. uliginosus Meunier, 1904), and Polypedilum moubayedbreili nom. nov. for P. elongatum Albu, 1980 (nec P. elongatum Tokunaga, 1964). © 2014, Verlag dr Friedrich Pfeil. All rights reserved.


O'Connor J.P.,National Museum of Ireland | Ashe P.,33 Shelton Drive
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae | Year: 2011

Dyscritobaeus maputanus sp. n., D. bicolor sp. n. and D. hannibal sp. n. are described and figured based on specimens collected in the vicinity of Maputo, Mozambique. All three species belong to the orientalis-group.


Ashe P.,33 Shelton Drive | O'Connor J.P.,National Museum of Ireland
Fauna Norvegica | Year: 2010

An update of the more significant changes affecting Part 1 of 'A World Catalogue of Chironomidae (Diptera)' is provided. These concern new taxon names, new combinations and new synonymies that were proposed, as well as omissions and errors detected, since the publication of the Catalogue at the end of 2009.


Mineo G.,Viale Michelangelo 200 | O'Connor J.P.,National Museum of Ireland | Ashe P.,33 Shelton Drive
International Journal of Environmental Studies | Year: 2010

The Scelionidae are small to minute insects which are endoparasitoids in the eggs of insects and some other arthropods. A number of species are important as biocontrol agents in tropical countries. A total of 11 new species of Dyscritobaeus are described in this paper: eight from the Neotropical Region and three from the Australasian Region. The previously unknown male of Dyscritobaeus armatus (Dodd) is also described. © 2010 Taylor & Francis.

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