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Samara, Russia

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Kaplin V.G.,Samara Agricultural Academy
Zoologicheskii Zhurnal | Year: 2016

A new species of bristletails - Allopsontus (Allopsontinus) kabaki sp. n. - is described from northwestern China. This species is most similar to A. caucasicus Kaplin 1990 known from the Caucasus (Armenia).


Kaplin V.,Samara Agricultural Academy
Bulletin of Insectology | Year: 2010

Four new species: Charimachilis manfredoniae sp. nov., Lepismachilis rosannae sp. nov., Lepismachilis cividalis sp. nov. and Lepismachilis montana sp. nov. of the family Machilidae (Microcoryphia) are described from Italy. Keys to all known species and subspecies of the genus Charimachilis Wygodzinsky and subgenus Lepismachilis (Berlesilis) Verhoeff are given. There are new data on the distribution in Italy of species Trigoniophthalmus alternatus (Silvestri).


Kaplin V.G.,Samara Agricultural Academy
Zoologicheskii Zhurnal | Year: 2016

Four new species of bristletails from the families Ateluridae (Atelura abkhazica sp. n., Nipponatelurina caucasica sp. n.) and Lepismatidae (Lepisma xylophila sp. n., L. adygei sp. n.) are described. Atelura abkhazica sp. n. differs from other species of the genus Atelura in the small size, smaller quantity of ovipositor divisions, apical sensory cones on parameres, that are absent in other species of the genus, and the smaller quantity of lateral pegs on urotergite X. The genus Nipponatelurina includes two species (N. kurosai Mendes et Machida, 1994 and N. caucasica sp. n.). Among the distinguishing features of N. caucasica sp. n. are the significant number of short minute thin cilia on a head capsule, the longer last segment of maxillary palps, and the smaller number of setae at the back edge of urosternites IV-VII. Lepisma xylophila sp. n. differs from L. saccharinum and L. chlorosoma in the distribution of epidermic pigment and urotergites chaetotaxy. L. adygei sp. n. is the closest to the synanthropic species L. saccharinum, from which differs in the size of body, color of scales on the upper part of the body, and the structure of labial palps, urotergite X, ovipositor and parameres.


Kaplin V.G.,Samara Agricultural Academy
Entomological Review | Year: 2015

New species, Trigoniophthalmus lineatus from Adygea and T. minor and T. setosus from Stavropol Territory, are described. The age-sexual structure of two populations of T. minor and five populations of T. setosus from the environs of Kislovodsk, Pyatigorsk, and Zheleznovodsk is analyzed. One species of the family Machilidae in one habitat of the forest ecosystems and four species in the meadow associations of the subalpine belt are considered. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.


Kaplin V.G.,Samara Agricultural Academy
Entomological Review | Year: 2012

Four new species, Trigoniophthalmus dombayi sp. n. from Stavropol Province, T. vorontzovi sp. n. and T. montanus sp. n. from Krasnodar Province, Allopsontus varvarae sp. n. from southeastern Kazakhstan, and the new subgenus Allopsontus (Aridopsontinus) subgen. n., are described. Keys to all the known species of the genus Trigoniophthalmus Verh. from the Caucasus and to subgenera of the genus Allopsontus Silv. of the world fauna are given. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.


Kaplin V.G.,Samara Agricultural Academy
Zoologicheskii Zhurnal | Year: 2012

Four new species, Trigoniophthalmus dombayi sp. n.from Stavropol region, T. vorontzovi sp. n. and T. montanus sp. n.from Krasnodar region, Allopsontus varvarae sp. n.from southeastern Kazakhstan, and the new subgenus Allopsontus (Aridopsontinus) sgen. n., are described. Keys to identification of all the known species of the genus Trigoniophthalmus Verh.from the Caucasus and subgenera of the genus Allopsontus Silv. of the world fauna are given.


Four new species (Trigoniophthalmus lermontovi sp. n., T. borgustani sp. n., Allopsontus borgustani sp. n., Silvestrichilis caucasica sp. n.) and the new subgenus Anisoptinus subgen. n. of the genus Allopsontus are described from the Caucasus; three new species (Allopsontus tekelensis sp. n., A. verae sp. n., A. saryozeki sp. n.) are described from Southeastern Kazakhstan. A key to the 16 described species of the genus Silvestrichilis is given. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.


Kaplin V.G.,Samara Agricultural Academy
Zoologicheskii Zhurnal | Year: 2015

New species, Trigoniophthalmus lineatus from Adygea and T. minor and T. setosus from Stavropol Krai, are described. The age-sexual structure of two T. minor populations and five populations of T. setosus from vicin- ities of Kislovodsk, Pyatigorsk and Zheleznovodsk is analyzed. One species in one habitat of forest ecosystems and four species of the family Machilidae in meadow associations of the subalpine belt are considered. © 2015 V. G. Kaplin.

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