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Vilkamaa P.,University of Helsinki | Hippa H.,Gribbylunds alle 2 | Heller K.,Konigsberger Str. 11
Zootaxa | Year: 2013

Six new species of Corynoptera Winnertz from northern Finland, Japan and North America are newly described and illustrated: Corynoptera captiosa sp. n., C. cracentis sp. n., C. inari sp. n., C. salmelai sp. n., C. spiciforceps sp. n. and C. tuomikoskii sp. n. Corynoptera subvariegata Rudzinski, 1992 is redescribed and C. perochaeta (Mohrig & Menzel, 1990) and C. variegata Mohrig, 1985 are illustrated and their characters discussed. The new species studied show unusual characters for the genus, and do not fit well into currently defined species groups. Copyright © 2013 Magnolia Press.


Hippa H.,Gribbylunds alle 2 | Van Steenis J.,Research NBC Leiden | Mutin V.A.,Amur State University of Humanities and Pedagogy
Zootaxa | Year: 2015

The material of Sphegina collected by René Malaise in Kambaiti, Myanmar, in 1934 includes S. (Sphegina) kumaoniensisMutin and the following 35 new species: S. (Sphegina) uncinata, S. (Asiosphegina) achaeta, S. (A.) adusta, S. (A.) atricolor, S. (A.) bidens, S. (A.) bilobata, S. (A.) carinata, S. (A.) cerina, S. (A.) crassispina, S. (A.) crucivena, S. (A.) culex, S. (A.) cultrigera, S. (A.) ensifera, S. (A.) falcata, S. (A.) forceps, S. (A.) forficata, S. (A.) furva, S. (A.) gigas, S. (A.) index, S. (A.) malaisei, S. (A.) minuta, S. (A.) mirifica, S. (A.) nasuta, S. (A.) pollex, S. (A.) pollinosa, S. (A.) parvula, S. (A.) pusilla, S. (A.) radula, S. (A.) raduloides, S. (A.) siculifera, S. (A.) simplex, S. (A.) sinesmila, S. (A.) subradula, S. (A.) trichaeta and S. (A.) trispina. A key to the studied species is given. The world fauna of Sphegina now comprises 120 species. Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press.


Morales M.N.,University of Helsinki | Stahls G.,University of Helsinki | Hippa H.,Gribbylunds alle 2
ZooKeys | Year: 2013

Two new species of Meropidia Hippa & Thompson, 1983 (Diptera, Syrphidae) are described, Meropidia nitida Morales, sp. n. and M. flavens Hippa & Ståhls sp. n., from Bolivia and Colombia respectively. A key to all described Meropidia species is provided. © Mírian N. Morales et al.


Hippa H.,Gribbylunds alle 2 | Sevcik J.,University of Ostrava
Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae | Year: 2014

The following new species are described: Nepaletricha dembickyi sp. nov. (India), N. lobosa sp. nov. (Vietnam) and N. sigma sp. nov. (India). The systematic position of the genus is briefly discussed. A key to the six known species of Nepaletricha is given. © 2014, National Museum/Narodni muzeum. All rights reserved.


Sevcik J.,University of Ostrava | Hippa H.,Gribbylunds alle 2 | Wahab R.A.,Brunel University
ZooKeys | Year: 2014

A total of 15 species of Manota Williston, 1896 are recorded from Brunei, based on the investigations in 2013-2014. Thirteen species are recorded from Ulu Temburong National Park and three species from the Universiti Brunei Darussalam Campus in Tungku. Six species are described as new to science: Manota belalongensis sp. n., M. kaspraki sp. n., M. macrothrix sp. n., M. megachaeta sp. n. and M. pileata sp.n. from Ulu Temburong, and M. ricina sp. n. from Tungku. New records of the following species are given: Manota bifida Hippa & Papp, M. bruneiensis Hippa & Ševčík, M. hyboloma Hippa & Ševčík, M. oligochaeta Hippa, M. pappi Hippa, M. perangulata Hippa & Ševčík, M. pollex Hippa, M. procera Hippa and M. simplex Hippa. © Jan Ševčík et al.


PubMed | University of Brunei Darussalam, University of Ostrava and Gribbylunds alle 2
Type: | Journal: ZooKeys | Year: 2015

A total of 15 species of Manota Williston, 1896 are recorded from Brunei, based on the investigations in 2013-2014. Thirteen species are recorded from Ulu Temburong National Park and three species from the Universiti Brunei Darussalam Campus in Tungku. Six species are described as new to science: Manota belalongensis sp. n., M. kaspraki sp. n., M. macrothrix sp. n., M. megachaeta sp. n. and M. pileata sp. n. from Ulu Temburong, and M. ricina sp. n. from Tungku. New records of the following species are given: Manota bifida Hippa & Papp, M. bruneiensis Hippa & evk, M. hyboloma Hippa & evk, M. oligochaeta Hippa, M. pappi Hippa, M. perangulata Hippa & evk, M. pollex Hippa, M. procera Hippa and M. simplex Hippa.


Kurina O.,Estonian University of Life Sciences | Hippa H.,Gribbylunds alle 2
Zootaxa | Year: 2014

The Manota species in the Congo basin are reviewed and 17 species are recorded. The following five new species are described: M. grootaerti sp. n., M. peltata sp. n., M. peltigera sp. n., M. reclinata sp. n., and M wittei sp. n. New records of the following species are presented: M. freerki Hippa and Kurina, 2012, M. issongo Matile, 1972, M. kibaleensis Hippa and Kurina, 2012, M. lachaisei Matile, 1972, M. mabokeensis Matile, 1972, M. mazumbaiensis Søli, 1993, M. petiolata Hippa and Kurina, 2012, M. pilosa Hippa and Kurina, 2012, M. relicina Hippa and Kurina, 2012, M. senticosa Hippa and Kurina, 2012 and M. teocchii Matile, 1972. Manota issongo is redescribed, including detailed illustration of the male hypopygium. The number of Afrotropical Manota species is increased to 56. Copyright © 2014 Magnolia Press.


Hippa H.,Gribbylunds alle 2 | Kurina O.,Estonian University of Life Sciences
Zootaxa | Year: 2012

The following 24 new species of Manota are described: M. abakiga (Uganda), M. aculifera (Ghana, Uganda), M. afra (Uganda), M. bracteata (Uganda), M. clurina (Uganda), M. comata (Ghana, Uganda), M. dissidens (Ghana), M. foliolata (Uganda), M. freerki (Uganda), M. ghanaensis (Ghana), M. katusabei (Ghana, Uganda), M. kibaleensis (Uganda), M. pedicellata (Uganda), M. petiolata (Uganda), M. pilosa (Uganda), M. pinnata (Uganda), M. pinnulata (Uganda), M. redunca (Uganda), M. relicina (Uganda), M. senticosa (Uganda), M. simina (Uganda), M. toomasi (Uganda), M. toroensis (Uganda), and M. usubi (Uganda). New records for the following species are given: M. lachaisei Matile (Uganda), M. mabokeensis Matile (Uganda), M. mazumbaiensis Søli (Ghana, Uganda), M. teocchii Matile (Uganda) and M. whiteleyi Jaschhof & Mostovski (Uganda). Redescriptions of M. lachaisei and M. teocchii as well as drawings of the hypopygium of M. mazumbaiensis are given. Altogether 51 species of Manota are presently known from the Afrotropical region. Copyright © 2012 · Magnolia Press.


PubMed | Plant Pest Diagnostics Branch and Gribbylunds alle 2
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Zootaxa | Year: 2015

Chalcosyrphus blanki sp. nov. is described from material collected in China, Thailand and Burma. The new species is outstanding because of its size and metallic blue coloration. It is remarkable that only a few specimens have been found so far, all from different countries and only with Malaise traps. The species was only collected at altitudes above 2500 m. It fits very well in the genus Chalcosyrphus, but cannot be placed in any existing subgenus.


Vilkamaa P.,Zoology Unit | Hippa H.,Gribbylunds Alle 2 | Mohrig W.,Puddemin 6
Zootaxa | Year: 2014

The following species of the genus Epidapus Haliday, 1851 are recognized from New Caledonia: Epidapus (s. str.) aciculatus sp. n., E. (Pseudoaptanogyna) angulatus sp. n., E. (s. str.) formosus sp. n., E. (Zuhalia) primus Mohrig, 2004 and E. (s. str.) triquetrus sp. n. The new species are described, and a key to the local species is given. © 2014 Magnolia Press.

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