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A new species, Anotylus khachikovi sp. n., is described from Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Daghestan, and Turkey. The lectotype is designated, and a redescription of its vicariant species, A. fairmairei (Pandellé 1867), is provided. New data on the distribution of A. fairmairei are presented. © 2017, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.


Gildenkov M.Y.,Smolensk State University
Far Eastern Entomologist | Year: 2017

Coprophilus qinlingensis sp. n. is described from the Qin Ling Shan Mountain Range in Shaanxi province, China. New species is similar to a little-known C. formosanus Shibata, 1993 from Taiwan. Both species are compared and illustrated.


Gildenkov M.Y.,Smolensk State University
Far Eastern Entomologist | Year: 2016

A tabular check-list of 40 species of the genus Carpelimus from China and Taiwan is given. Four species, C. nepalicus, C. pappi, C. padangensis and C. burckhardti, are recorded from China for the first time. The distribution of the species in the Palaeacrtic and Oriental regions of China is discussed.


The following new synonymies are established: Coprophilus (Zonyptilus) pentatoma Fauvel, 1897 = C. (Z.) longicornis Bernhauer, 1903, syn. n. = C. (Z.) bimaculatus Luze, 1904, syn. n. = C. (Z.) rufitarsis Kashcheev, 1999, syn. n. Copyright © 2017 Magnolia Press


Gildenkov M.Y.,Smolensk State University
Russian Entomological Journal | Year: 2017

The new species Carpelimus (s.str.) sichuanensis sp.n. is described from the Palaearctic region of China. © RUSSIAN ENTOMOLOGICAL JOURNAL, 2017.


Syntomium japonicum Watanabe et Shibata, 1960 and Coprophilus impressus Sharp, 1889 are firstly recorded from Russia (Kunashir Island). New synonymy is established: Coprophilus sibiricus Bernhauer, 1915 = Coprophilus adachii Watanabe et Shibata, 1961, syn. n. © Far Eastern entomologist (Far East. entomol.).


The type material of the Oriental Carpelimus species from five museums have been investigated. Thirty four lectotypes are designated for the following species: Trogophloeus bengalensis Cameron, 1930; T. bicolor Cameron, 1940; T. calcut-tanus Bernhauer, 1911; T. chatterjeei Cameron, 1930; T. congruus Cameron, 1930; T. coriaceus Cameron, 1930; T. flavi-pennis Cameron, 1930; T. formosae Cameron, 1940; T. formosanus Cameron, 1940; T. foveicollis Kraatz, 1859; T. gratus Cameron, 1930; T. halophiloides Cameron, 1918; T. javanicus Cameron, 1936; T. laticeps Cameron, 1930; T. lepidicornis Fauvel, 1904; T. littoralis Cameron, 1918; T. louwerensi Cameron, 1938; T. lucens Cameron, 1918; T. nitidipennis Cam-eron, 1919; T. palitans Cameron, 1930; T. pallidicornis Cameron, 1945; T. papuensis Fauvel, 1879; T. piceicollis Camer-on, 1930; T. planicollis Bernhauer, 1902; T. praelongus Bernhauer, 1938; T. pusae Cameron, 1930; T. ruficornis Cameron, 1930; T. rufoniger Cameron, 1945; T. sadiyanus Cameron, 1945; T. saigonensis Cameron, 1940; T. scabrosus Kraatz, 1859; T. simplex Motschulsky, 1857; T. Taprobanae Walker, 1859; T. Trivialis Cameron, 1930. The genital figures for all species (except T. flavipennis) are presented. Copyright © 2013 Magnolia Press.


Yurchinskij V.J.,Smolensk State University
Advances in Gerontology | Year: 2016

A comparative morphological study on Hassall’s corpuscles of different maturity in vertebrate animals and humans with consideration of the age was carried out by light microscopy. It was found that the number and size of Hassall’s corpuscles of different maturity depend on age, as well as the environmental conditions. Conclusions on the functional role of Hassall’s corpuscles were drawn based on the present study. © 2016, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.


Pototskaya T.I.,Smolensk State University
Regional Research of Russia | Year: 2014

The paper presents the results of studying Russia's geopolitical interests in regions of the former Soviet Union, which form the southern section of its state border, i.e., in the Caucasian geopolitical region (Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia), in partially recognized states (Abkhazia and South Ossetia), and in the Central Asian geopolitical region (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan). The military-political, territorial, social, economic, and environmental interests of Russia in these regions are identified and considered. Their qualitative and quantitative evaluations are given, and their importance in shaping the regional priorities of Russian foreign policy is geographically justified. Russia's place in foreign trade for each geopolitical region is identified. The paper's focus is on the dynamics of geopolitical interests in the post-Soviet period. Based on the results of rating of Russia's geopolitical interests in each region, types of post-Soviet countries are identified with respect to their foreign policy towards Russia, i.e., potential allies, hypothetical opponents, and neutral countries. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2014. Original Russian Text © T.I. Pototskaya, 2014.


The article presents a description of the new species, Thinobius (s. str.) endroedy, from Namibia. The lecto- type, T. (s. str.) iridiventris Bernhauer 1934, is designated, its redescription is given. A key to the identification of the genus Thinobius from tropical Africa is given. © 2015 M. Yu. Gildenkov.

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