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References Černý M. (1992): A revision of Czechoslovak species of Pseudonapomyza Hendel, with description of four new species (Diptera, Agromyzidae). - Acta Entomol. Bohemoslov. 89: 451-465. - (2009): New faunistic data on the Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the West Palaearctic Region. - Klapalekiana, 45: 9-21. Černý M. & Me r z B . (2006): New records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from Palaearctic Region. - Mitt. Schweiz. Entomol. Ges. 79: 77-106. - (2007): New records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the West Palaearctic Region, with an updated checklist for

dipterologica 14(1): 209-229. Černý M. (2009a): A review of the species of Pseudonapomyza Hendel from Israel (Diptera: Agromyzidae). – Israel Journal of Entomology 38 (2008): 93-113. Černý M. (2009b): New faunistic data on the Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the West Palaearctic Region. – Klapalekiana 45: 9-21. Černý M. (2011a): Agromyzidae (Diptera) in the vicinity of the Kerkini Lake with descriptions of eight new species from Greece. – Acta entomologica Musei nationalis Pragae 51(1): 299-347. Černý M. (2011b): A review of the species of Cerodontha Rondani (Diptera

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The genus Venanides Mason, 1981 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Microgastrinae) is recorded from Iran for the first time, and a new species, Venanides caspicus Abdoli, Fernandez-Triana & Talebi sp. nov., is described and illustrated. This new species is characterized by its long metasomal tergite 1, that is narrowing towards the posterior end; scutoscutellar sulcus very narrow, obliterated or weakly crenulate; wing veins pale or almost transparent. The newly described taxon is the first representative of Venanides in the Palaearctic Region identified to the species level.

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The Nearctic Neolimnophila ultima ultima (Osten Sacken, 1860) is proposed as a new junior synonym for the Palaearctic N. placida (Meigen, 1830). Neolimnophila ultima alaskana (Alexander, 1924) is elevated to species rank and reported in the Palaearctic Region for the first time. Redescriptions of N. carteri (Tonnoir, 1921), N. placida, and N. alaskana stat. nov. are provided and their male terminalia and wing venations are illustrated.

. - P. 119-130. Haitlinger R., Ruprecht, A. Parasitic arthropods (Siphonaptera, Diptera, Acari) of bats from western part of the Bialowieza Primeval Forest // Nyctalus. N. F. - 1992. - 4, N 3. - P. 315-319. Hopkins, G. H. E., Rothschild, M. An illustrated catalogue of the Rothschild collection of fleas (Siphonaptera) in the British Museum (Natural history). - London ; Cambridge : University Press, 1956. - 445 p. - Vol. 2 : Family Ischnopsyllidae. Horaček, I., Hanak, V., Gaisler, J. Bats of the Palearctic region: a taxonomic and and biogeographic review // Proceedings

., CHOOCHOTE W. & SAEUNG A. 2015: Seasonal biodiversity of black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) and evaluation of ecological factors influencing species distribution at Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, Thailand. Acta Tropica 149 : 212–219. TRLLOVA S. & KUNDRATA R. 2015: A review of the genus Selasia (Elateridae: Agrypninae: Drilini) in the Palaearctic Region. Zootaxa 3920 : 563–571. WITTMER W. 1944: Catalogue des Drilidae E. Oliv. (Coleoptera - Malacodermata). Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina 12 : 203–221. WITTMER W. 1989: Die Familie Drilidae (Coleoptera) in

Taxonomic notes on the genus Gymnomus Loew, with a description of a new species from Morocco (Diptera: Heleomyzidae)

A new species, Gymnomus atlasicus sp. n. from the Atlas Mts. in Morocco is described and illustrated. The female holotype of Gymnomus ventricosus (Becker, 1907) from Tibet is examined and redescribed. A key for the determination of all 20 species recorded in the Palaearctic Region is presented. The genus Gymnomus from North Africa is reported for the first time.

Myotis dasycneme . – In: Hanák, V., Horáček, I., Gaisler, J. (eds), European bat research 1987. Charles University Press, Praha, pp. 565–590. Horáček, I., Hanák, V., Gaisler, J. (2000): Bats of the Palearctic region: a taxonomic and biogeographic review. – In: Woloszyn, B. W. (ed.), Proceedings of the VIII th European bat research symposium. Volume I. Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals PAS, Krakow, pp.11–157 Horáček, I., Ložek, V. (1988): Paleozoology and mid-european Quaternary past: scope of the approach and selected results. – Rozpravy Československé

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A new species of Microgastrinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) from Japan, Dolichogenidea maetoi Fernandez-Triana & Shimizu sp. nov., is described, representing the first record of a braconid wasp parasitizing the lepidopteran family Hyblaeidae in the Palaearctic Region (from Hyblaea fortissima Butler, 1881). The new species is fully illustrated, diagnosed and compared with all previously described species of the genus Dolichogenidea Viereck, 1911 in the Holarctic (154 species). Details on the wasp biology, including observed sex ratios, are provided.

of Systematic Entomology 22 : 203–207. SHIMIZU S. & WATANABE K. 2015: Discovery of the genus Leptophion Cameron, 1901, from Japan and the Palaearctic region, with description of two new species (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Ophioninae). Zootaxa 4000 : 111–122. SHIMIZU S., WATANABE K. & MAETO K. 2016: Revision of the Taiwanese species of the genus Leptophion Cameron, 1901 (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae: Ophioninae), with a discussion of their phenology and distribution. Zootaxa 4144 : 71–88. SHORT M. W., SCHMIDT S. & STEINBAUER M. J. 2006: A key to some Australian