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: Auchenorrhyncha). Beiträge zur Zikadenkunde 1 : 43-62. Holzinger W.E., Remane R. 1994. Zikaden-Erstnachweise aus Österreich (Ins.: Homoptera Auchenorrhyncha). Mitteilungen des naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins für Steiermark 124: 237-240. Holzinger W., Seljak G. 2001. New records of planthoppers and leafhoppers from Slovenia with a checklist of hitherto recorded species (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha). Acta Entomologica Slovenica 9 : 39-66. Malenovský I., Lauterer P. 2010. Additions to the fauna of planthoppers and leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha) of the Czech Republic


This study was carried out at pistachio orchards of Siirt province (Merkez and Aydınlar) between 2008-2009. The insect species obtained with this study in pistachio orchards were; Palomena mursili Linnavuori, 1984, Stagonomus bipunctatus Linnaeus, 1758, Macroscytus brunneus Fabricius, 1803, Lethaeus cribratissimus Stål, 1858, Stenodema turanica Reuter, 1904, Pseudoloxops sangrudanus Linnavuori, 2006, Psallus perrisi Mulsant and Rey, 1852 Macrolophus glaucescens Fieber, 1858, Acrorrhinium atricorne Linnavuori, 2006, Campylomma diversicornis Reuter, 1878, Nanopsallus carduellus Horváth, 1888, Camptocera glaberrima Walker, 1872, Anthocoris minki Dohrn, 1860, Yotvata nergal, Alloeotomus cyprius Wagner, 1953, Calocoris roseomaculatus angularis De Geer, 1773, Horistus orientalis Gmelin, 1790, Deraeocoris serenus Douglas and Scott, 1868, Beosus quadripunctatus Müller, 1766, Megalonotus maximus Puton, 1895, Nysius cymoides Spinola, 1837, Cantacader quadricornis Lepeletier and Serville, 1828, Lethaeus picipes Herrich-Schäffer, 1853, Acrorrhinium conspersus Noualhier, 1895, Trigonotylus pulchellus Hahn, 1834 and Alloeomimus kurdus Hoberlandt, 1953. Yotvata nergal Linnavuori, 1993 is a new record for entomo-fauna of Turkey.

Anisopodidae and Dixidae (Diptera) of the Gemer region, with a new record for Slovaki

Four species of Anisopodidae and two species of Dixidae are recorded from the Gemer region in central Slovakia. The material was obtained mainly in the years 2008-2011 by means of Malaise traps and by individual collecting by the author. One species, Sylvicola stackelbergi Krivosheina & Menzel, 1998, is recorded from Slovakia for the first time.

, Coleoptera, Neuroptera, Trichoptera, Lepidoptera, and Diptera. Pp. 70–265. – In: Opler P. (ed.): Insects of Western North America. 4. Survey of selected arthropod taxa of Fort Sill, Comanche County, Oklahoma. III. Contributions of the C. P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 265 pp. Klíma J., 2008. Dějiny Angoly. [History of Angola.] – Praha: Nakladatelství Lidové noviny, 402 pp. [In Czech.] Krüger A. & Deckert J., 2016: True bugs (Hemiptera-Heteroptera) of Botswana—Bibliographical inventory and new records. – Zootaxa 4114


The diversity of Phacus and Monomorphina (Euglenophyta) from northern Thailand was studied in various water bodies of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Lamphun, Lampang and Phayao provinces. This paper presents 25 taxa of Phacus and 1 Monomorphina new for Thailand, including 3 Phacus taxa new for Southeast Asia. Several varieties and forms were recognized. All are briefly described, with original illustrations.

Zetterstedt, 1838 (Diptera Ulidiidae) of Russia. - Russian Entomol. J., 4: 109-113. -(1997): A new species of the genus Homalocephala Zetterstedt, 1838 (Diptera Ulidiidae) from Russia. - Russian Entomol. J., 6(1-2): 83-84. Loew H. (1854): Neue Beitrage zur Kenntniss der Dipteren. Zweiter Beitrag. - Progr. K. Realsch. Meseritz 1854: 1-24. Lukasheva N. V. (1987): Ksilofil’nye dvukrylye severo-zapadnogo Kavkaza. [Xylophylous Diptera of the north-west Caucasus]. Zoologicheskij institut AN SSSR, Leningrad, 143 pp. (in Russian). Merz B. & Roháček J. (2005): New records of


Two new combinations for Myriolecis zosterae (Ach.) Śliwa, Zhao Xin & Lumbsch varieties are proposed: M. zosterae var. beringii (Nyl.) Śliwa and M. zosterae var. palanderi (Vain.) Śliwa. Additionally, M. zosterae var. zosterae is reported for the first time from Poland. The species is briefly discussed and its known distribution in Poland illustrated.


Eurema brigitta (Stoll, 1780) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) is recorded for the first time from the Socotra Island (Yemen). The specimen represents either a wet season form of a subspecies originating from Africa or a form with its usual occurrence in Madagascar, Mascarenes, Aldabra and Comoros. The current number of butterfly species known for Socotra is now 27.


The investigation of fish parasites in Bosnia and Herzegovina in recent years became significant, and therefore new records of parasitic trematodes and their hosts are important for better understanding of fish parasitology and pathology. In this study 41 parasitic specimens were collected and the basic taxonomical characters were measured (body length and width, diameter of oral and ventral sucker, length and width of pharynx, ovary length and width, testes length and width and eggs length and width). After the sampling of the parasites, they were collected and conserved in 70% ethanol. After that procedure the aforementioned characters were measured using Digimizer Image Analyzer Version 4.1. After all measurements, the trematode parasite Azygia robusta was confirmed for the first time on brown trout Salmo trutta. This first record was found in the Vrbas River near Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sava River Basin). Former records of this parasite in Europe were observed on other salmonid fish species, as huchen Hucho hucho. This new record should be very important part of data of fish parasitology in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


A new species, Scymbalopsis persica sp. nov. (Staphylinidae: Paederinae: Paederini), is described and illustrated based on three specimens collected in Lorestan province, Iran. The new species can be distinguished from the remaining species of the genus by the paler coloration, moderately wide forebody with dense and long setation, and other details of the morphology of the body and aedeagus. Detailed bionomic data for S. persica sp. nov. are presented. An additional record from Kyrgyzstan and photograph of the habitus of S. kirghizica Gusarov, 1994, and a key to the species of Scymbalopsis Reitter, 1909 are provided. The genus is recorded for the first time from Iran.