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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29773959/conservation-systematics-of-the-shield-backed-trapdoor-spiders-of-the-nigrum-group-mygalomorphae-idiopidae-idiosoma-integrative-taxonomy-reveals-a-diverse-and-threatened-fauna-from-south-western-australia
#1
Michael G Rix, Joel A Huey, Steven J B Cooper, Andrew D Austin, Mark S Harvey
The aganippine shield-backed trapdoor spiders of the monophyletic nigrum -group of Idiosoma Ausserer s. l. are revised, and 15 new species are described from Western Australia and the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia: I. arenaceum Rix & Harvey, sp. n. , I. corrugatum Rix & Harvey, sp. n. , I. clypeatum Rix & Harvey, sp. n. , I. dandaragan Rix & Harvey, sp. n. , I. formosum Rix & Harvey, sp. n. , I. gardneri Rix & Harvey, sp. n. , I. gutharuka Rix & Harvey, sp. n. , I. incomptum Rix & Harvey, sp...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29769836/a-revision-of-the-cleptoparasitic-bee-genus-epeolus-latreille-for-nearctic-species-north-of-mexico-hymenoptera-apidae
#2
Thomas M Onuferko
Herein, the cleptoparasitic (cuckoo) bee genus Epeolus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) is revised for species occurring in North America, north of Mexico, and an updated checklist of all species known to occur in Canada and the United States of America is provided with comprehensive descriptions, diagnoses, and a single dichotomous key (using the same couplets for both sexes) to aid in their identification. To increase their recognition among North American naturalists, English common names are also proposed for all North American Epeolus ...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29765262/a-new-notomastus-annelida-capitellidae-species-from-korean-waters-with-genetic-comparison-based-on-three-gene-markers
#3
Man-Ki Jeong, Ho Young Soh, Jin Hee Wi, Hae-Lip Suh
Notomastus koreanus sp. n. , collected from the sublittoral muddy bottom of Korean waters, is described as a new species. The Korean new species closely resembles N. torquatus Hutchings & Rainer, 1979 in the chaetal arrangement and the details of abdominal segments, but differs in the position of genital pores and the absence of eyes. DNA sequences (mtCOI, 16S rRNA, and histone H3) of the new species were compared with all the available sequences of Notomastus species in the GenBank database. Three genes showed significant genetic differences between the new species and its congeners (COI: 51...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29755260/characterization-of-the-complete-mitochondrial-dna-of-theretra-japonica-and-its-phylogenetic-position-within-the-sphingidae-lepidoptera-sphingidae
#4
Jun Li, Rui-Rui Lin, Yao-Yao Zhang, Kun-Jie Hu, Ya-Qi Zhao, Yan Li, Zhuo-Ran Huang, Xu Zhang, Xue-Xia Geng, Jian-Hua Ding
In the present study, the complete mitogenome of Theretra japonica was sequenced and compared with other sequenced mitogenomes of Sphingidae species. The mitogenome of T. japonica , containing 37 genes (13 protein-coding genes, 22 tRNA genes, and two rRNA genes) and a region rich in adenine and thymine (AT-rich region), is a circular molecule with 15,399 base pairs (bp) in length. The order and orientation of the genes in the mitogenome are similar to those of other sequenced mitogenomes of Sphingidae species...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29755259/descriptions-of-two-new-species-of-platygaster-latreille-that-attack-gall-midges-diptera-cecidomyiidae-with-notes-on-their-biology-hymenoptera-platygastridae
#5
Kazunori Matsuo, Tomohisa Fujii, Makoto Tokuda, Tomoko Ganaha-Kikumura, Junichi Yukawa, Kenzou Yamagishi
Platygaster ingeniosus Matsuo & Yamagishi, sp. n. and P. urniphila Matsuo & Yamagishi, sp. n. (Hymenoptera: Platygastridae) are described from Japan. The former species is an egg-larval solitary parasitoid of Masakimyia pustulae Yukawa and Sunose (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). The latter species is an egg-larval gregarious parasitoid of Rhopalomyia longitubifex (Shinji) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae).
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29755258/a-new-alpine-species-of-lissodesmus-chamberlin-1920-from-tasmania-australia-diplopoda-polydesmida-dalodesmidae
#6
Robert Mesibov
Lissodesmus nivalis sp. n. is described from 1450-1550 m elevation on the treeless, alpine Ben Lomond plateau in northeast Tasmania, Australia. The new species is distinguished from all other Tasmanian and Victorian Lissodesmus species by a unique combination of gonopod telopodite features: solenomere without a pre-apical process, tibiotarsus Y-shaped, femoral process L-shaped with forked tips, prefemoral process with a long comb of teeth below an irregularly dentate apical margin, and a roughened "shoulder process" near the base of the prefemoral process...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29755257/evaluating-the-genus-cespitularia-milneedwards-haime-1850-with-descriptions-of-new-genera-of-the-family-xeniidae-octocorallia-alcyonacea
#7
Yehuda Benayahu, Leen P van Ofwegen, Catherine S McFadden
Several species of the family Xeniidae, previously assigned to the genus Cespitularia Milne Edwards & Haime, 1850 are revised. Based on the problematical identity and status of the type of this genus, it became apparent that the literature has introduced misperceptions concerning its diagnosis. A consequent examination of the type colonies of Cespitularia coerulea May, 1898 has led to the establishment of the new genus Conglomeratusclera gen. n. and similarly to the assignment of Cespitularia simplex Thomson & Dean, 1931 to the new genus, Caementabunda gen...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29745384/corrigenda-tan-j-l-carpenter-jm-van-achterberg-c-2018-an-illustrated-key-to-the-genera-of-eumeninae-from-china-with-a-checklist-of-species-hymenoptera-vespidae-zookeys-740-109-149-https-doi-org-10-3897-zookeys-740-22654
#8
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29740225/a-taxonomic-revision-helps-to-clarify-differences-between-the-atlantic-invasive-ptilohyale-littoralis-and-the-mediterranean-endemic-parhyale-plumicornis-crustacea-amphipoda
#9
Sabrina Lo Brutto, Davide Iaciofano
Ptilohyale explorator (formerly Parhyale explorator ), described by Arresti (1989), can be considered to be a synonym of west-Atlantic Ptilohyale littoralis (Stimpson, 1853), based on morphological observations of paratypes and specimens recently collected in the type locality of Ptilohyale explorator . The first collections of Ptilohyale littoralis , from the eastern Atlantic were from the port of Rotterdam (The Netherlands) in 2009 and later in Wimereux, Opal Coast (France) in 2014; however, the synonymy of Ptilohyale explorator with Ptilohyale littoralis backdates to the first European record of Ptilohyale littoralis in 1985 at La Vigne, Bay of Arcachon (France)...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29740224/study-on-the-pauropoda-from-tibet-china-part-i-the-genera-decapauropus-and-hemipauropus-myriapoda
#10
Chang-Yuan Qian, Yun Bu, Yan Dong, Yun-Xia Luan
Three new species of family Pauropodidae: Decapauropus biconjugarus Qian & Bu, sp. n. , D. tibeticus Qian & Bu, sp. n. and Hemipauropus quadrangulus Qian & Bu, sp. n. are described and illustrated from southeastern Tibet, China. The genus Hemipauropus is recorded for the first time from China. This is the second report of pauropods from Tibet.
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29740223/two-new-species-of-the-genus-miasa-distant-1906-from-china-with-a-key-to-all-species-hemiptera-fulgoromorpha-dictyopharidae
#11
Yan-Li Zheng, Lin Yang, Xiang-Sheng Chen, Xu-Qiang Luo
Two new species Miasa dichotoma Zheng & Chen, sp. n. and M. trifoliusa Zheng & Chen, sp. n. from China are described and illustrated. A key of identification to all species of the genus is provided.
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29740222/three-new-species-of-grouvellinus-champion-1923-from-maliau-basin-sabah-borneo-discovered-by-citizen-scientists-during-the-first-taxon-expedition-insecta-coleoptera-elmidae
#12
Hendrik Freitag, Clister V Pangantihon, Iva Njunjić
Further results are presented of the first field course at Maliau Basin, Malaysian Borneo organized by Taxon Expeditions, an organization which enables citizen scientists to be directly involved in taxonomic discoveries. Three new species of the aquatic beetle genus Grouvellinus Champion, 1923, namely G. leonardodicaprioi sp. n. , G. andrekuipersi sp. n. , and G. quest sp. n. were collected jointly by the citizen scientists and taxonomists during the fieldwork in Maliau Basin. Material was mainly sampled from sandstone bottom rocks of blackwater streams at altitudes between 900 m and 1,000 m using fine-meshed hand-nets...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29737326/corrigenda-han-s-y-kim-j-k-kai-y-senou-h-2017-seahorses-of-the-hippocampus-coronatus-complex-taxonomic-revision-and-description-of-hippocampus-haema-a-new-species-from-korea-and-japan-teleostei-syngnathidae-zookeys-712-113-139-https-doi-org-10-3897-zookeys
#13
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29736139/three-new-species-of-the-spider-genus-plato-and-the-new-genus-cuacuba-from-caves-of-the-states-of-par%C3%A3-and-minas-gerais-brazil-araneae-theridiosomatidae
#14
Pedro H Prete, Igor Cizauskas, Antonio D Brescovit
Three new species of the genus Plato from caves in the states of Pará and Minas Gerais, Brazil, are described. P. novalima sp. n. , from Minas Gerais, is the first record of the genus in the southeastern region of Brazil. P. ferriferus sp. n. and P. striatus sp. n. , from Carajás, Pará, north of Brazil, are also described. The former is an extremely abundant species, whereas the latter has only one known male specimen. Cuacuba gen. n. is proposed and represented by two new species, C. mariana sp. n. (type species) and C...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29731682/amphibians-and-reptiles-of-the-state-of-san-luis-potos%C3%A3-mexico-with-comparisons-with-adjoining-states
#15
Julio A Lemos-Espinal, Geoffrey R Smith, Guillermo A Woolrich-Piña
A summary of the species of amphibians and reptiles of the state has been compiled, including their geographic distributions, habitats, and conservation statuses. The herpetofauna of San Luis Potosí consists of 41 species of amphibians and 141 species of reptiles. San Luis Potosí shares the highest number of species with Hidalgo and Tamaulipas, and the least number of species with Nuevo León. In San Luis Potosí, there are several taxa of particular conservation concern including salamanders, emydid and trionychid turtles, anguid and xenosaurid lizards, and natricid and colubrid snakes...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29731681/taxonomic-revision-of-the-graphipterus-serrator-forsk%C3%A3-l-group-coleoptera-carabidae-an-increase-from-five-to-15-valid-species
#16
Ittai Renan, Thorsten Assmann, Amnon Freidberg
The south-west Palaearctic Graphipterus serrator group is revised. The systematic concept of the G. serrator group has undergone many changes during the last two centuries, and several different classifications have been published in recent decades. Here, the numerical taxonomy approach is used with the morphological characterization similarity level of the sympatric taxa in order to delimit allopatrically occurring taxa at the species and subspecies level. A key to the species and distribution maps are provided along with analyses of the conservation status and habitat preferences of the taxa...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29731680/amphibians-of-the-reserva-ecol%C3%A3-gica-michelin-a-high-diversity-site-in-the-lowland-atlantic-forest-of-southern-bahia-brazil
#17
Caio Vinícius de Mira-Mendes, Danilo Silva Ruas, Renan Manoel de Oliveira, Indira Maria Castro, Iuri Ribeiro Dias, Julio Ernesto Baumgarten, Flora Acuña Juncá, Mirco Solé
An inventory of the amphibians of the Reserva Ecológica Michelin - REM in southern Bahia, Brazil is presented. Sixty-nine species were recorded during a ten-year sampling period. Amphibians were distributed in two orders (Gymnophiona and Anura), belonging to twelve families [Aromobatidae (1), Bufonidae (3), Centrolenidae (1), Craugastoridae (5), Eleutherodactylidae (3), Hemiphractidae (2), Hylidae (34), Phyllomedusidae (5) Leptodactylidae (7), Microhylidae (4), Odontophrynidae (3) and Caeciliidae (1)]. Fifty per cent of the reproductive modes known for Atlantic forest anurans were recorded...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29719478/new-identification-of-the-moray-eel-gymnothorax-minor-temminck-schlegel-1846-in-china-anguilliformes-muraenidae
#18
Yuan Li, Liyan Zhang, Linlin Zhao, Ji Feng, Karhoe Loh, Xinqing Zheng, Longshan Lin
A new identification of Gymnothorax minor (Temminck & Schlegel, 1846) is documented based on morphological characteristics and DNA barcoding. Sixty-one individuals of G. minor were collected from the East China Sea and the South China Sea. This species was previously reported as Gymnothorax reticularis Bloch, 1795 in China because of the similarity in external shape and color. Gymnothorax minor can be easily distinguished from G. reticularis by its color pattern of 18-20 irregular dark brown vertical bars and the body having scattered small brown spots...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29719477/ichthyological-collection-of-the-museu-oceanogr%C3%A3-fico-d-carlos-i
#19
Ana Serra Silva, Maria Pitta Groz, Paula Leandro, Carlos A Assis, Rui Figueira
The collection of the Museu Oceanográfico D. Carlos I is a historical specimen, instrument, and document collection that has been housed at the Aquário Vasco da Gama since 1935. The collection is largely the result of several scientific campaigns conducted by Dom Carlos de Bragança between 1896 and 1907. Specifically, the ichthyological collection consists of 675 surviving catalogue records of specimens caught, acquired or offered to D. Carlos I between 1892 to 1907, and includes the type specimen for Odontaspis nasutus Bragança, 1904 (junior synonym of Mitsukurina owstoni Jordan, 1898), along with several specimens of deep sea species...
2018: ZooKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29719476/the-genus-rhynchobanchus-kriechbaumer-in-china-with-descriptions-of-a-new-species-and-first-record-of-the-genus-from-oriental-region-hymenoptera-ichneumonidae-banchinae
#20
Ze-Jian Li, Tao Li, Jun Yan, Mao-Ling Sheng
Six species and two subspecies of the genus Rhynchobanchus Kriechbaumer, 1894 are reported from China, of which one, Rh. flavomaculatus Sheng, sp. n. , is a new species and the first record of the genus from the Oriental Region. Rhynchobanchus flavopictus orientalis Kuslitzky, 2007 is a new Chinese record. A key to the species of Rhynchobanchus occurring in China is provided.
2018: ZooKeys
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