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Glemparon nativitas Jaschhof & Jaschhof 2018, sp. nov.

Mathias Jaschhof & Catrin Jaschhof
Glemparon nativitas sp. nov. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act: BECAA06E-A080-438D-B6EB-C0E9D3B35C07 Fig. 9A–C Diagnosis The gonostylar base in G. nativitas sp. nov. is broader than in any other species of Glemparon (↓ 1, Fig. 9B). The setae on the ventral gonocoxal surface form a cross-shape (Fig. 9A); the medial bridges are densely microtrichose (↓ 2, Fig. 9A); and the posteromedial protuberance has a T-shaped, sclerotized process that projects ventrally (↓ 3, Fig. 9A). The tegminal processes have a serrate posterior...

Syrphidae Latreille 1802

Thibault Ramage, Sylvain Charlat & Ximo Mengual
Key to the species of Syrphidae in French Polynesia 1. Postpronotum bare, head posteriorly strongly concave and closely appressed to thorax so that postpronotum is partly or entirely hidden (Fig. 2 B–C); male abdomen with five unmodified pregenital segments; tergum 5 visible in dorsal view (Fig. 2 A–D).............................................5 – Postpronotum pilose, head posteriorly less strongly concave so that postpronotum is clearly exposed (Fig. 5 A–B); male abdomen with four unmodified pregenital segments; tergum 5 usually...

Syritta oceanica Macquart 1855

Thibault Ramage, Sylvain Charlat & Ximo Mengual
Syritta oceanica Macquart, 1855 Fig. 5B, E Syritta oceanica Macquart, 1855: 112 (155) (holotype: ♀, OUMNH; type locality: French Polynesia, Society Islands, Tahiti; original type locality as "De l'Oceanie, Otaïti et Nouvelle Zealande"). Syritta occanica Macquart, 1855: 112 (misspelling). Differential diagnosis See above under S. aenigmatopatria. Material examined FRENCH POLYNESIA: Society Islands: 1 ♂, Bora Bora, 12 Jun. 1925, L.E. Cheesman leg. (MNHN); 1 ♂, Huahine, Pohue Rahi, 16°46′51.2″ S, 150°58′34.7″ W, 470 m a.s.l.,...

Bennelongia gwelupensis Martens, Halse & Schon 2012

Patrick De Deckker & Koen Martens
Bennelongia gwelupensis Martens, Halse & Schön, 2012 Figs 22-24 Specimens of B. gwelupensis were chosen from 2 different localities (DJC13, Arro Swamp: Fig. 22, and DJC 29, Katanning Rd pool: Fig. 23) so as to determine whether there may be some morphological differences in valve ornamentation between sites. This species belongs to the Bennelongia australis – lineage (see discussion in Martens et al. 2012). Unfortunately, we were unable to get A-3 and A-4 instars of...

Bennelongia gwelupensis Martens, Halse & Schon 2012

Patrick De Deckker & Koen Martens
Bennelongia gwelupensis Martens, Halse & Schön, 2012 Figs 22-24 Specimens of B. gwelupensis were chosen from 2 different localities (DJC13, Arro Swamp: Fig. 22, and DJC 29, Katanning Rd pool: Fig. 23) so as to determine whether there may be some morphological differences in valve ornamentation between sites. This species belongs to the Bennelongia australis – lineage (see discussion in Martens et al. 2012). Unfortunately, we were unable to get A-3 and A-4 instars of...

Trichoniscoides subterraneus Vandel 1946

Ana Sofia P. S. Reboleira, Fernando Gonçalves, Pedro Oromí & Stefano Taiti
Trichoniscoides subterraneus Vandel, 1946 Trichoniscoides machadoi subterraneus Vandel, 1946: 173, figs 13–15. Trichoniscoides subterraneus – Vandel 1952a: 264, figs 2, 11. — Schmölzer 1965: 42, figs 116–117; 1971: 5, 77, 140, map 4. — Schmalfuss 2003: 304. — Reboleira et al. 2011a: 7, table 1. Records Gruta Alta do Cabeço dos Mosqueiros, Aljubarrota, Alcobaça (Vandel 1946). Distribution Species endemic to central Portugal, known only from the type locality.

Porcellionides cingendus Kinahan 1857

Ana Sofia P. S. Reboleira, Fernando Gonçalves, Pedro Oromí & Stefano Taiti
Porcellionides cingendus (Kinahan, 1857) Porcellio cingendus Kinahan, 1857: 279, pl. 19, figs 1–2, 4, 6, 8–9. Metoponorthus (Lusitanoniscus) cingendus – Vandel 1946: 274, figs 91–97. Records Gruta Baixa do Cabeço dos Mosqueteiros, Aljubarrota; Cova dos Mouros de Vale Ribeiro, Lagoa do Cão, Alcobaça (Vandel 1946). Distribution Southern British Isles, Atlantic coasts of France, Portugal and Spain. Ecological notes Epigean species, trogloxene.

Porcellio echinatus Lucas 1849

Ana Sofia P. S. Reboleira, Fernando Gonçalves, Pedro Oromí & Stefano Taiti
Porcellio echinatus Lucas, 1849 Porcellio echinatus Lucas, 1849: 69, pl. 7, fig. 1. Porcellio echinatus – Vandel 1946: 304, figs 125–130. Records Algar da Serra, Alvaiázere (Vandel 1946). Distribution Southern Portugal, southern Spain, northern Morocco, and north-western Algeria. Ecological notes Epigean species, trogloxene. Family Armadillidiidae Brandt, 1833

Porcellionides cingendus Kinahan 1857

Ana Sofia P. S. Reboleira, Fernando Gonçalves, Pedro Oromí & Stefano Taiti
Porcellionides cingendus (Kinahan, 1857) Porcellio cingendus Kinahan, 1857: 279, pl. 19, figs 1–2, 4, 6, 8–9. Metoponorthus (Lusitanoniscus) cingendus – Vandel 1946: 274, figs 91–97. Records Gruta Baixa do Cabeço dos Mosqueteiros, Aljubarrota; Cova dos Mouros de Vale Ribeiro, Lagoa do Cão, Alcobaça (Vandel 1946). Distribution Southern British Isles, Atlantic coasts of France, Portugal and Spain. Ecological notes Epigean species, trogloxene.

Anopogammarus birsteini Derzhavin 1945

Dmitry A. Sidorov, Andrey A. Gontcharov & Svetlana N. Sharina
Anopogammarus birsteini Derzhavin, 1945 Figs 4 A–E, 5–6 Anopogammarus birsteini Derzhavin, 1945: 34, pl. 2. Anopogammarus birsteini – Birstein & Ljovuschkin 1967: 1512; 1970: 1478, figs 4–6. — Stock 1973: 339. — Bousfield 1977: 291. — Karaman & Barnard 1979: 142. — Barnard & Karaman 1980: 8. — Barnard & Barnard 1983: 502. — Ruffo 1995: 450. — Karaman & Ruffo 1995: 159, 160. Material examined GEORGIA: 1 ♀, 1 ♂, Western Caucasus, Gagra District,...

Begonia pseudoscottii Girm. 2015, sp. nov.

Mark Hughes, Deden Girmansyah & Wisnu Handoyo Ardi
Begonia pseudoscottii Girm.sp. nov. § Sphenanthera urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:77151650-1 Figs 2, 15 Diagnosis Differs from Begonia scottii Tebbitt (Tebbit 2005) in bearing fruit in clusters of 10–15 (not 2 or 4), with the fruit being fleshier and rounder, with ridges rather than small wings. The infructescence in terms of fruit number and shape is more similar to that of B. multangula Blume (Blume 1827), which has lobed leaves that are either subglabrous or have white hairs (not...

Zenkevitchia Birstein 1940

Dmitry A. Sidorov, Andrey A. Gontcharov & Svetlana N. Sharina
Genus Zenkevitchia Birstein, 1940 Zenkevitchia Birstein, 1940: 51, fig. 4. Zenkevitchia — Birstein 1941: 260, figs 1–3; 1950: 356. — Derzhavin 1945: 34. — Birstein & Ljovuschkin 1970: 1472, fig. 1. — Bousfield 1977: 291. — Barnard & Barnard 1983: 507.

Morphostenophanes planus Zhou, new species

De-Yao Zhou
Morphostenophanes planus Zhou, new speciesḎṮẎȐAEƤ (Figs. 45 A–D; 47D, I, N, S; 48D, H, S–U; 49C, G, J) Type materials. CHINA: Yunnan: ♂ (Holotype, SNUC), Diqing Prefecture, Weixi County, 27°6'18.32"N, 99°3'30.64"E, 3500 m, 2018.iii, native collector. Paratypes (8♂♂, 3♀♀): CHINA: Yunnan: 1♀ (SNUC), 2 ♂♂, 1♀ (MHBU), 4 ♂♂, 1♀ (CZDY, a male was preserved in 99.7% ethanol at –18 °C), Diqing Prefecture, Weixi County, 27°6'18.32"N, 99°3'30.64"E, 3500 m, 2018.iii, native collector; 2 ♂♂ (CZDY),...

Morphostenophanes crassus Zhou, new species

De-Yao Zhou
Morphostenophanes crassus Zhou, new speciesṞẎȐAEƤ (Figs. 42 A–D; 47A, F, K, P; 48A, J–L; 49A, E) Type material. CHINA Yunnan: ♂ (Holotype, SNUC), Diqing Prefecture, Shangri-La City, Hutiaoxia, 27°12'31.82"N, 100°06'35.75"E, 2312 m, 2010.vii.2, Xiao-Bin Song. Diagnosis. Small, stubby and convex species. Head and pronotum densely and coarsely punctate. Pronotum extremely wide, posterior angles vertical, markedly projecting laterally. Elytra with irregularly scattered short strial punctures, intervals convex, with sharp punctures. Inner margin of protibiae gently projected...

Morphostenophanes tanikadoi Masumoto 1998

De-Yao Zhou
Morphostenophanes tanikadoi Masumoto, 1998ỖmẎȐAEƤ (Figs. 46 A–D; 47E, J, O, T; 48E, I, V–X; 49D, H) Morphostenophanes tanikadoi Masumoto, 1998: 308, fig. 1, 12–14; Löbl et al. 2008: 344; Gao & Ren 2009: 313. Material examined. CHINA: Sichuan: 1♂ (CZDY, a sample of muscle tissue was preserved in 99.7% ethanol at –18 °C), Shimian County, Yele Dam, 26°55'22''N, 102°13'32''E, in wilted leaves, 2500 m, 2015.vii.25, De-Yao Zhou; 1♀ (MHBU), 1♀ (CDYZ), Liziping, Mamadi, 28°59'18.41''N, 102°24'34.64''E,...

Entomobrya lamingtonensis Schott 1917

Rafael Jordana & Penelope Greenslade
Entomobrya lamingtonensis Schött, 1917 sensu Jordana & Greenslade (Figs 2E, 4 M–N, 23A–J) Holotype. Female, locality and collection details of type locality given above. Other material examined. Two females, one cleared, one dark, QLD, Emu Vale, 20 km E Warwick, - 28.2284°S, 152.2419°E, 515m asl, in rotten log, 14.v.1974, PG leg. [SAMA]; 2 males, one cleared the other dark, TAS, Claremont, near Hobart, Cadbury's factory, - 42.793°S, 147.267°E, 12m asl, 4.viii.1966, Ireson leg.; one specimen...

Entomobrya lamingtonensis Schott 1917

Rafael Jordana & Penelope Greenslade
Entomobrya lamingtonensis Schött, 1917 sensu Jordana & Greenslade (Figs 2E, 4 M–N, 23A–J) Holotype. Female, locality and collection details of type locality given above. Other material examined. Two females, one cleared, one dark, QLD, Emu Vale, 20 km E Warwick, - 28.2284°S, 152.2419°E, 515m asl, in rotten log, 14.v.1974, PG leg. [SAMA]; 2 males, one cleared the other dark, TAS, Claremont, near Hobart, Cadbury's factory, - 42.793°S, 147.267°E, 12m asl, 4.viii.1966, Ireson leg.; one specimen...

Entomobrya ambigua Schott 1917

Rafael Jordana & Penelope Greenslade
Entomobrya ambigua Schött, 1917 Type locality. QLD, Atherton, - 37.46248°N, 122.1978°E, 752m asl, Mjöberg leg. Other material examined. SA, Belair, - 35.0079°S, 138.6339°E, 300m asl, i.35, R. V.Southcott leg., det. Womersley as E. ambigua. We here identify this specimen as a Drepanura sp. with falciform mucro and basal spine. The type specimen of E. ambigua from Atherton, Queensland has not been examined. It is in the NHRM.

Ophioculina hoybergia Rousseau & Gale & Thuy 2018, gen. et sp. nov.

Julie Rousseau, Andrew Scott Gale & Ben Thuy
Ophioculina hoybergia Rousseau & Thuy gen. et sp. nov. urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act: 9832EAD6-F33E-4E37-9F38-0ADB944CBE4F Figs 6–7 Diagnosis As for genus. Etymology In honor of Magne Høyberget, who greatly contributed to the collection of the echinoderm fossils from Spitsbergen and to Norwegian palaeontology. Material examined Holotype NORWAY: central Spitsbergen, Konusdalen, 78°19′97.1″ N, 15°52′15.5″ E (PMO 217.930). Paratypes NORWAY: same data as for holotpye (PMO 218.010b, PMO 218.048); central Spitsbergen, Janusfjellet, 78°20′35.4″ N, 15°49′85.2″ E (PMO 218.001c). More than 80...

Ophiogaleus , Thuy 2013

Julie Rousseau, Andrew Scott Gale & Ben Thuy
Ophiogaleus sp. Figs 4–5 Material examined NORWAY: central Spitsbergen, Janusfjellet, 78°20′35.4″ N, 15°49′85.2″ E, Lower Middle Volgian (Middle Tithonian), Slottsmøya Member,Agardhfjellet Formation (PMO 217.899a); central Spitsbergen, Konusdalen, 78°19′97.1″ N, 15°52′15.5″ E, from the same layer of sideritic concretions (PMO 218.053a, PMO 218.060). In total, 9 specimens were collected from the Janusfjellet and Konusdalen sites. Description PMO 217.899a (Fig. 4) is an articulated disc with five fragmentary arms and with the splitting plane close to the...

Ophiacanthida

Sabine Stöhr, Andrew F. Hugall, Ben Thuy & Alexander Martynov
Ophiacanthida incertae sedis Microphiura Mortensen, 1910, Ophioblenna Lütken, 1859, Ophiobrachion Lyman, 1883, Ophiacanthella Verrill, 1899a, Ophiochondrella Verrill, 1899b, Ophioclastus Murakami, 1943, Ophiodaces Koehler, 1922b, Ophiodelos Koehler, 1930, Ophiodictys Koehler, 1922a, Ophiodyscrita H.L. Clark, 1938, Ophiogema Koehler, 1922a, Ophiolamina Stöhr & Segonzac, 2006, Ophiomedea Koehler, 1906, Ophiomora Koehler, 1907, Ophioncus Ives, 1889, Ophiopaepale Ljungman, 1872, Ophioparva Guille, 1982, Ophiosciasma Lyman, 1878a, Ophiostyracium H.L. Clark, 1911, Pectinura Forbes, 1843, Ophiambix Lyman, 1880. (Some of the above genera...

Branta dickeyi Miller 1924

Helen F. James
Branta dickeyi Miller, 1924 Material. USNM PAL 641972, r carpometacarpus: proximal end with damage to trochlea carpalis, collected July 2002 (Fig. 1F). Description. A large anserine carpometacarpus with a long extensor process of the alular metacarpal that is perpendicular to the long axis of the bone and narrows distinctly towards the tip. In contrast, the extensor process is shorter in Chen and Anser; and shorter and wider at the tip in Coscoroba and Cygnus. The...

Accipitrinae Vieillot 1816

Helen F. James
Accipitrinae Aquila chrysaetos (Linnaeus) / A. bivia Emslie & Czaplewski 1999 Material. CM 34018, r ungual phalanx with tip and base missing. Description. Corresponds in size and shape with the terminal phalanx of digits one (the hind toe) and two of an eagle. Brodkorb & Mourer-Chauviré (1984) referred it to A. chrysaetos rather than H. leucocephalus based on large overall size and more gentle distal tapering of the claw core (plantar view), implying a...

Coragyps atratus Bechstein 1793

Helen F. James
Coragyps atratus USNM PAL 641970, r femur: proximal end and most of the shaft, collected October 8, 1999 (Fig. 1D). Description. The bone displays adult features including a distinct crista and fossa trochanteris, articular facet for the antitrochanter, and femoral head with the neck and the fovea ligamentum capitis developed, but it is clearly immature in that the exposed shaft is densely covered with short, fine striations, the fossa trochanteris is spongy, and the head...

Enithares bakeri Brooks 1948

Dan A. Polhemus
Enithares bakeri Brooks (Figs. 39, 56, 57, 63) Enithares bakeri Brooks 1948. J. Kansas Entomol. Soc., 21: 40, fig. 3. Holotype, male, Philippines, Mindanao, Surigao, in USNM. Enithares bakeri, Lansbury 1968. Pac. Ins., 10: 384–385, figs. 91–95. Redescription, distribution. Enithares bakeri, Nieser & Chen 1991. Tijdschr. Entomol., 134: 59. Distribution. Material examined. INDONESIA, Irian Jaya Prov. [Papua Prov.], New Guinea: 1 male, swamp forest pond S. of Walio oil field, nr. Kasim, 7 m., [1°25′18′′S,...

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