Militello in Val di Catania, Italy
Militello in Val di Catania, Italy

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Sabella G.,Geologiche Ed Ambientali DellUniversita | Bekchiev R.,National Museum of Natural History
Acta Zoologica Bulgarica | Year: 2014

Tychus erimantheus sp. n. from southern Greece (Achaia, Erimanthos Mountains) belonging to the Tychus armeniacus species group is described and illustrated.

Sabella G.,Geologiche ed Ambientali dellUniversita | D'Urso V.,Geologiche ed Ambientali dellUniversita | Nouira S.,Tunis el Manar University | Souissi R.,Tunis el Manar University | Besuchet C.,Museum dhistoire naturelle
Zootaxa | Year: 2013

The seven species belonging to Tychobythinus theryi group are revised. Tychobythinus theryi (Guillebeau, 1894), Tychobythinus bordei (Peyerimhoff, 1919), Tychobythinus longipalpis (Normand, 1930), Tychobythinus normandi (Jeannel, 1956) and Tychobythinus peyerimhoffi (Jeannel, 1956) are redescribed and illustrated, and Tychobythinus besuchetiSabella sp. n. from north-eastern Algeria is described and illustrated. The lectotypes are designated for Tychobythinus theryi, Tychobythinus bordei and Tychobythinus peyerimhoffi. A key for species identification is provided. © 2013 Magnolia Press.

Bogdanovic S.,University of Zagreb | Brullo S.,Geologiche Ed Ambientali Delluniversita
Phytotaxa | Year: 2015

A taxonomic revision of the genus Limonium (Plumbaginaceae) in Croatia was carried out. In particular, the species belonging to L. cancellatum group are examined on morphological, nomenclatural, ecological and chorological grounds. The morphological study is based on herbarium materials and living plants. 26 species are recognized, of which 4 are well known in literature (L. cancellatum, L. dictyophorum, L. vestitum and L. subanfractum), while 21 species are described as new to science (L. busianum, L. cazzae, L. croaticum, L. ginzbergeri, L. issaeum, L. istriacum, L. lagostanum, L. leprosorum, L. liberianum, L. liburnicum, L. lovricii, L. milovicii, L. omissae, L. pelagosae, L. pharosianum, L. pomoense, L. subnudum, L. tabulare, L. trinajsticii, L. velutinum and L. zankii). A new combination (L. brusnicense) was also proposed. Description, iconography, type, nomenclatural data, etymology, ecology, distribution maps and taxonomical notes are given for each taxon. New somatic chromosome number was given for 4 species (L. cancellatum, L. dictyophorum, L. lovricii and L. milovicii). The phenetic tree clearly shows that the species are morphologically related and two main groups can be separated on the base of the hairness. In order to allow a correct identification, a diagnostic key is provided. Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press.

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