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Bytom Odrzański, Poland

Gorczyca J.,University of Silesia | Herczek A.,University of Silesia | Wolski A.,University of Opole | Dobosz R.,Upper Silesian Museum
Entomologica Americana | Year: 2016

A new genus and species, Linnavuorifulvius cheroti gen. et sp. nov., is described on the basis of specimens collected in Namibia. A dorsal habitus picture, pretarsal structure and genitalia illustrations of the new species are presented. The key to Afrotropical genera of the tribe Fulviini is given. © New York Entomological Society. Source


Dobosz R.,Upper Silesian Museum | Abraham L.,Rippl Ronai Museum
Zootaxa | Year: 2014

A poorly known species of antlions, Omoleon jeanneli Navás, 1936 is redescribed and illustrated with five photos and genitalia drawings. A key for African Dendroleontini is given. This is the first record of O. jeanneli from Kenya. Copyright © 2014 Magnolia Press. Source


Simon E.,University of Silesia | Zyla D.,Upper Silesian Museum
European Journal of Entomology | Year: 2015

The family Monophlebidae is distributed worldwide and is classified as one of the "archaeococcoid" families. After almost 160 years since Germar & Berendt (1856) described the first and so far only fossil monophlebid species, Monophlebus irregularis, two new fossil species of a new and undoubtedly monophlebid genus Palaeophlebus gen. n. are described from Baltic amber. Morphological features of the new genus and its two species, P. hoffeinorum sp. n. and P. kotejai sp. n., are discussed. Source


GiLka W.,University of Gdansk | Dobosz R.,Upper Silesian Museum | Dobosz R.,University of Silesia
Zootaxa | Year: 2015

First specific records of chironomids of the tribe Tanytarsini from New Caledonia based on detailed descriptions of new species are presented. Cladotanytarsus (Cladotanytarsus) stylifer sp. Nov. and its closest relatives, i.a. Cladotanytarsus (C.) isigacedeus (Sasa et Suzuki, 2000), comb. Nov., known from males bearing extraordinarily elongate hypopygial anal points are diagnosed. Paratanytarsus mirificus sp. Nov. is described as adult male with unique structure of its hypopygium and shortened antennae. Diagnostic description of Tanytarsus fuscithorax Skuse, 1889 is also complemented. Copyright © 2015 Magnolia Press. Source


Zyla D.,Upper Silesian Museum | Homan A.,University of Silesia | Franielczyk B.,University of Silesia | Wegierek P.,University of Silesia
ZooKeys | Year: 2015

This paper presents a revision of the aphid genus Oviparosiphum, which is known from the Cretaceous period. Redescriptions of two species: O. jakovlevi Shaposhnikov, 1979 and O. baissense Shaposhnikov & Wegierek, 1989 are made, and an updated diagnosis of this genus is provided. Oviparosiphum baissense is the type species of a newly described genus Archeoviparosiphum gen. n. Five other species of Oviparosiphum are also transferred to the new genus. The basis for their separation from Oviparosiphum is the structure of the siphunculi and ovipositor. A key is provided to the genera of Oviparosiphidae. © D. VandenSpiegel, S.I. Golovatch. Source

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