Rilaena kelbajarica Snegovaya et Pkhakadze, sp. n. is described from Gyamish Mt., Kelbajar District, Azerbaijan. The new species is similar to R. atrolutea (Roewer, 1915) and R. anatolica (Roewer, 1956). It differs from these species by the shape and length of the legs, armature of the eye mound and pedipalps, and the size and shape of penis
The Genus Sintula (Aranei, Linyphiidae) in Ukraine, with the Description of a New Species
The data on biology of three species of the genus Sintula Simon, 1884 with their distribution in Ukraine are presented. Sintula solitarius Gnelitsa, sp. n. from the Crimean Peninsula is described. The genitalia of all four species are depicted.
The eggs of 9 species Noctuidae belonging in 4 subfamilies (Plusiinae, Eustrotinae, Acontiinae and Pantheinae) are examined, described, and illustrated with SEM. The diagnostic characters of the eggs of examined species are given.
The Chorionic Sculpture of the Eggs of Some Noctuinae (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) from Ukraine
Descriptions and scanning electron microphotographs of the eggs of 10 species from 7 genera of the subfamily Noctuinae occurring in Ukraine are provided. The diagnostic characters of the genera and species are selected.
The eggs of 10 species Noctuidae from 6 subfamilies (Acronictinae, Metoponiinae, Cuculliinae, Heliothinae, Condicinae and Bryophilinae) occurring in Ukraine are examined, described, and illustrated with SEM. Th e diagnostic characters of examined species are carried out
The Chorionic Sculpture of the Eggs of Some Xyleninae (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae)
Eggs of sixteen species of fifteen genera of the subfamily Xyleninae occurring in Ukraine are described and illustrated with scanning electron microphotographs. The diagnostic characters of the genera and species are se-lected.
The First Finding of Paulinella chromatophora (Rhizaria, Euglyphida) in Ukraine. Kapustin D. A. - A 3testate amoeba, Paulinella chromatophora Lauterborn, 1895, is recorded for the first time in the fauna of Ukraine. It is illustrated under the light and scanning electron microscope and redescribed.
Vollenhovia gastropunctata Bharti et Kumar, sp. n. (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) is described and illustrated based on the worker caste from India. A key to the Indian species of Vollenhovia Mayr, 1865 is provided