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Yakovlev R.V.,Tomsk State University | Witt T.,Witt Museum | Beke U.,Khovd University
Nota Lepidopterologica | Year: 2016

We recorded a new species of Cossidae - Acossus terebrus (Denis & Schiffermüller, 1776) - for Mongolia (Tov Aimak). We also report on the most northern habitat of the cossid genus Gobibatyr Yakovlev, 2004 (North-West Mongolia, Bayan-Ulegej Aimak), which shows the permeability of the Mongolian Altai Mountain Range for some elements of the Dzungarian fauna. Additionally, our sampling resulted in adding new localities to the ranges of Catopta perunovi Yakovlev, 2007 and Cecryphallus nubila (Staudinger, 1895) (first discovered in Hovd Aimak). Source


Yakovlev R.V.,Tomsk State University | Witt T.J.,Witt Museum
Zootaxa | Year: 2016

Phragmataecia valikhanovi Yakovlev & Witt sp. nov. is described from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The Catalogue of the Genus Phragmataecia Newman, 1850 is provided. © 2016 Magnolia Press. Source


Yakovlev R.V.,Tomsk State University | Pljustch I.G.,Ii Schmalhausen Institute Of Zoology | Skrylnik Y.,Ukrainian Research Institute of Forestry and Forest Melioration | Pak O.,Donetsk National University | Witt T.J.,Witt Museum
Zootaxa | Year: 2015

The annotated list of Cossidae of Afghanistan consists of 44 species in 17 genera from the four subfamilies Catoptinae, Cossinae, Zeuzerinae, and Mehariinae. Three new species are described: Cossulus habibae Yakovlev, Pljustch, Skrylnik & Pak, sp. nov., Semagystia bamiani Yakovlev, Pljustch, Skrylnik & Pak, sp. nov., Phragmacossia bandeamiri Yakovlev, Pljustch, Skrylnik & Pak, sp. nov.; all from Band-e-Amir National Park in Bamian Province. Three species (Dervishiya cadambae (Moore, 1865), Semagystia cossoides (Graeser, 1892), Phragmacossia territa (Staudinger, 1879)) are reported for the first time from Afghanistan. A brief biogeographical analysis of the Cossidae of Afghanistan is given. Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press. Source

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