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Klára Bezděčková, Pavel Bezděčka, Ján Macek and Igor Malenovský
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Daniel Kazimir Kurzeluk
Collecting records for Allonyx quadrimaculatus (Schaller, 1783) indicate a discontinuous range for the species; it has not been recorded in Romania until now. On the basis of a specimen collected by Dr. Nicolae Săvulescu in 1952 at Băile Herculane which is found in the Coleopteran collection of “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History (Bucharest), the presence of this species in Romania is established.
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Mar Ferrer-Suay, Jesús Selfa and Juli Pujade-Villar
Charipinae type material of Ionescu collection, deposited in the “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History (Bucharest) has been revised. Eight Charipinae species were described by this author, only one of them being considered valid after this study. They were as follow: Alloxysta lutea (Ionescu, 1969) is a new synonymy of A. brachyptera (Hartig, 1840); A. unicolor Ionescu, 1969 is a new synonymy of A. arcuata (Kieffer, 1902); A. forshagei Pujade-Villar & Ferrer-Suay, 2012, a recent new name proposed to A. bicolor (=Trischiza bicolor Ionescu, 1959), is a new synonymy of Periclistus caninae (Hartig, 1840), a rose gall-wasps inquiline; A. ionescui Pujade-Villar & Ferrer- Suay, 2012, a recent new name proposed to A. luteipes (=Pezophycta luteipes Ionescu, 1969) is a new synonymy of A. halterata (Thomson, 1862); A. mattiasi Pujade-Villar & Ferrer-Suay, 2012, a recent new name proposed to A. luteipes (=Sarothrus luteipes Ionescu, 1959) is considered incertae sedis; Charips rufus Ionescu, 1959 and Charips flavipes Ionescu, 1963 are also considered incertae sedis; and Phaenoglyphis moldavica Ionescu, 1969 is redescribed. Notes on the type material of Ionescu Collection are also given.
Michal Plaček, František Ochrana, Milan Půček and Milan Křápek
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The article points out the uniqueness of the personal book collection of the Czech poet, translator and theatre critic Hanuš Jelínek, one of the most prominent figures in Czech–French cultural relations. Based on the owner’s last will, it has been deposited in the National Library in Prague since 1951, when the book estate was handed over to the National Museum after the death of his wife, Božena Jelínková-Jirásková, an academic painter, and it also contains books that belonged to her. The book collection, which still awaits further research and is hardly known to the wider professional public, is a very valuable source on the life and work of Mr and Mrs Jelínek as well as an important source of information on the history of Czech-French cultural transfers and the cultural history of Europe in the first half of the 20th century.
Lea Kantonen and Pekka Kantonen
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