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Entomologica Scandinavica Supplement 2130

now changed to Insect Systematics and Evolution Supplements


ESS 21.
FJELLBERG, A.: Arctic Collembola I — Alaskan Collembola of the families Poduridae, Hypogastruridae, Odontellidae, Brachystomellidae and Neanuridae. 1985. 126 pp. SEK 80

Provides information on taxonomy, ecology and biogeography of 85 species. A few Siberian species which might be found in Alaska are included as are also some new records from NE Siberia. Keys to genera and species are given. 20 new species, 1 new genus and 1 new subgenus are described. A number of new synonyms are established and 4 lectotypes are designated. The distributional pattern is discussed and the following elements occur: Arctic, Hudsonia, Brook Range/Alska Range (Alpine) and Pacific Coastal,
whereas a definite Aleutan element could not be demonstrated.


ESS 22.
ROTH, L. M.: A taxonomic revision of the genus Blattella Caudell (Dictyoptera, Blattaria: Blattellidae). 1985. 221 pp. SEK 120

Descriptions, key to males and distribution are given for 49 species of Blatella which are placed in 6 species-groups. The groups are principally based on male tergal glands on tergite 7 or 7 and 8, subgenital plate and styles, paraprocts and genital phallomeres L3 and L2. Seventeen new species are described. There are 23 species of Blatella from Asia and Pacific islands and 26 from Africa. A large number of synonyms and new combinations, principally in the genera Symploce and Episymploce are presented.


ESS 23.
LÖKEN, A.: Scandinavian species of the genus Psithyrus Lepeletier (Hymenoptera: Apidae). 1984. 45 pp. SEK 40

Keys, synonymy, bibliographies, decriptions, distributions and host relationships are given for the 9
Scandinavian species of Psithyrus. All European species are included in the keys.


ESS 24.
LOMHOLDT, O.: A reclassification of the larrine tribes with a revision of the Miscophini of southern Africa and Madagascar (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae). 1985. 183 pp. SEK 140

The Larrinae are reclassified, primarily to redefine the Miscophini. The subfamily is found to comprise the two unformal groups Larriformia and Crabroformia of which only the latter can be regarded monophyletic. The phylogeny of the larrine tribes and the miscophinine genera and species is discussed and it is suggested that the driest parts of southern Africa can be regarded as dispersal centers of several miscophinine taxa. Comments are made on adaptive radiation, adaptations of desert life and sexual dimorphism.


ESS 25.
NIELSEN, E. S.: A taxonomic review of the adelid genus Nematopogon Zeller (Lepidoptera: Incurvarioidea).1985. 66 pp. SEK 50.

The genus Nematopogon is revised and 13 species are recognised. 30 species-group names have been found to be associated with this genus: 4 earlier synonymies are confirmed, 8 new synonymies and 1 new combination are
established; 3 species are placed in Ceromitia Zeller. The monophyly of Nematopogon, Nematopogon + Ceromitia and the Adelidae are demonstrated. Keys to the species based on external characters and male and female genitalia are provided. All species and their genitalia are illustrated.


ESS 26.
HANSSON, C.: Taxonomy and biology of the palearctic species of Chrysocharis Förster, 1856 (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae). 1985. 130 pp. SEK 80

The Palearctic species are revised; 59 species are recognized of which 10 are n.spp. Instead of 2 subgenera the genus is divided into 11 species-groups. C. pubicornis Zett. is regarded genus type. 58 new synonymies are established. Lectotypes are designated or validated for 77 names; neotypes designated for 3 species. Hosts have been recognized and are listed for 47 species and host specificity for each species is tabled. Other genera within the so called Chrysocharis-complex are diagnosed and their relationship to Chrysocharis discussed.


ESS 27.
GÄRDENFORS, U.: Taxonomic and biological revision of Palearctic Ephedrus (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Aphidiinae). 1986. 95 pp. SEK 65

Descriptions, keys to females and males, biological notes are presented for the 18 Palearctic species, including four new species The genus is divided into three subgenera one of which is subdivided into three species-groups Four new synonymies are given. The introductory sections discuss evolution, inter- and intrageneric cladistic relationships (presenting cladograms, partly based on new characters), intraspeciefic variation, adaptation, host specificity, sex ratio, hyperparasitoids and morphological terminology, emphasizing wing venation (the Ross-Comstock-Needham system is advocated) and female and male terminalia. A compiled host catalogue is given. Illustrated with 202 drawings and 3 cladograms. 142 literature references.


ESS 28.
WIEDERHOLM T. (Ed.). Chironomidae of the Holarctic region. Keys and diagnoses. Vol. 2. Pupae. 1983. 482 pp. Hardbound. SEK 280. Out of print

PINDER, L. C. V.: The pupae of Chironomidae (Diptera) of the Holarctic region — Introduction.
COFFMAN, W. P.: The pupae of Chironomidae (Diptera) of the Holarctic region — Key to subfamilies.
CRANSTON, P. S.: The pupae of Telmatogetoninae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region — Keys and diagnoses.
BRUNDIN, L.: The pupae of the Podonominae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region — Keys and diagnoses.
FITTKAU, E. J. & MURRAY, D. A.: The pupae of Tanypodinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region — Keys and diagnoses.
SAETHER, O. A.: The pupae of Buchonomyiinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region — Keys and diagnoses.
OLIVER, D. R.: The pupae of Diamesinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region -- Keys and diagnoses.
SAETHER, O. A.: The pupae of Prodiamesinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region — Keys and diagnoses.
COFFMAN, W. P., CRANSTON, P. S., OLIVER, D. R. & SAETHER, O. A.: The pupae of Orthocladiinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region — Keys and diagnoses.
PINDER, L. C. V. & REISS, F.: The pupae of Chironominae (Diptera: Chironomidae) of the Holarctic region — Keys and diagnoses.
References (combined list from vols. 1 & 2).
Index of Chironomid taxa.


ESS 29.
SAETHER, O. A. (Ed.) A conspectus of contemporary studies in Chironomidae (Diptera). Contributions from the IXth Symposium on Chironomidae, Bergen, Norway. 1987. 393 pp. Hardbound. SEK 160.

SÆTHER, O. A.: The IXth International Symposium on Chironomidae, Bergen, Norway 1985.
ROBACK, S. S. A brief history of chironomid research in North America.
BOOTHROYD, I. K. G.: Taxonomic composition and life cycles of Chironomidae (Diptera) in a northern New Zealand stream.
CHAUDHURI, P. K. & GUHA, D. K.: A conspectus of the chironomid midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) of India and Bhutan.
WANG, S. D.: Chironomidae research in China.
HARRISON, A. D.: Chironomidae of five central Ethiopian Rift Valley lakes.
PALOMÄKI, R.: The Chironomidae of some lakes and rivers in Nicaragua.
CRANSTON, P. S. & OLIVER, D. R.: Problems in Holarctic chironomid biogeography.
VILCHEZ, A. & CASA, J.: Chironomidae (Diptera) from stagnant waters in Granada, Spain.
HARE, L. & CARTER, J. C. H.: Chironomidae (Diptera, Insecta) from the environs of a natural West African lake.
WEBB, C. J. & SCHOLL, A. Comparative morphology of the larval ventromental plates of European species of Einfeldia Kieffer and Chironomus Meigen (subgenera Lobochironomus and Camptochironomus) (Diptera: Chironomidae).
SUBLETTE, J. E. & SUBLETTE, M.: Microtrichial color determinants in Cricotopus (Diptera: Chironomidae).
MORISCH, U. & WÜLKER, W.: Formation of the cerci, abdominal segment X and postgenital plate in the genital imaginal discs of female larvae and pupae in Chironomus (Diptera).
OMOKU, C. C. & MURRAY, D. A.: Observations on the pupal thoracic horn of some Tanypodinae (Diptera: Chironomidae).
MICHAILOVA, P. V.: Comparative karyological analysis of species of the genus Endochironomus Kieffer (Diptera: Chironomidae).
KIKNADZE, I. I.: Chromosomal polymorphism in natural populations of the plumosus species-group of West Sibiria (Diptera: Chironomidae).
SOPONIS, A. R.: Notes on Orthocladius (Orthocladius) frigidus (Zetterstedt) with a redescription of the species ((Diptera: Chironomidae).
CASPERS, N.: Chaetocladius insolitus n.sp. (Diptera: Chironomidae) from Lunz, Austria.
GRODHAUS, G.: Phaenopsectra mortensoni n.sp. and its relationship to other Chironomidae (Diptera) of temporary pools.
EPLER, J. H.: Notes on Dicrotendipes (Diptera: Chironomidae) of Mexico, with descriptions of two new species.
DOWLING, C.: A description of two new species of the genus Thienemannimyia (Diptera: Chironomidae), from North Africa.
MURRAY, D. A.: Conchapelopia aagaardi n.sp., a new species of Tanypodinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) from Norway.
HALVORSEN, G. A. & SÆTHER, O. A.: Redefinition and revision of the genus Tokunagaia Sæther, 1973 (Diptera: Chironomidae).
SÆTHER, O. A. & WILLASSEN, E. Four new species of Diamesa Meigen, 1835 (Diptera: Chironomidae) from the glaciers of Nepal.
MAKARCHENKO, E. A.: New or little known chironomids of Podonominae and Diamesinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) from the USSR.
FRANK, C.: A comparative study of chironomid (Diptera) emergence data from 14 lakes in the urban region of West Berlin.
BUSKENS, R. F. M.: The chironomid assemblages in shallow lentic waters differing in acidity, buffering capacity and trophic level in the Netherlands.
BERGQUIST, B.: Effects of peatland drainage and fertilization on the abundance and biomass of Stichtochironomus rosenschoeldi (Zett.) and Sergentia longiventris (Kieff.) (Diptera: Chironomidae) in Lake Siksjön, Central Sweden.
JOHNSON, R. K. & PEJLER, B. Life histories and coexistence of the two profundal Chironomus species in Lake Erken, Sweden.
KOSKENNIEMI, E. & PAASIVIRTA, L.: The chironomid (Diptera) fauna in a Finnish reservoir during its first four years.
BUTLER, M. G. Utility of larval instar, size and development data for recognition of cohorts in a merovoltine Chironomus population.
van der VELDE, G. & HIDDINK, R. Chironomidae mining in Nuphar lutea (L.) Sm. (Nymphacaeaceae).
WINKEL, E. H. ten & DAVIDS, C. Cyprinid fish and water mite reducing chironomid populations.
LEUVEN, R. S. E. W., v.d. VELDEN, J. A., VANHEMELRIJK, J. A. & v.d. Velde, G.: Impact of acidification on chironomid communities in poorly buffered waters in the Netherlands.
GODDEERIS, B.: The time factor in the niche space of Tanytarsus-species in two ponds in the Belgian Ardennes (Diptera: Chironomidae).
CERETTI, G., FERRARESE, U., FRANCESCON, A. & BARBARO, A.: Chironomids (Diptera: Chironomidae) in the natural diet of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata L.) farmed in the Venice lagoon.
LINDEGAARD, C. & JONSSON, E.: Abundance, population dynamics and high production of Chironomidae (Diptera) in Hjarbæk Fjord, Denmark, during a period of eutrophication.
KAJAK, Z.: Determinants of maximum biomass of benthic Chironomidae (Diptera).
HERRMANN, S. J., SUBLETTE, J. E. & SUBLETTE, M.: Midwinter emergence of Diamesa leona Roback in the Upper Arkansas River, Colorado, with notes on other diamesines (Diptera: Chironomidae).
MILLET, X., MUÑOZ, I. & PRAT, N.: The use of a transect sampling in estimating chironomid abundance and distribution.
ROSSARO, B.: Chironomid emergence in the Po River (Italy) near a nuclear power plant.
STOREY, A. W.: Influence of temperature and food quality on the life history of an epiphytic chironomid.
AAGAARD, K., OLSEN, A. & SOLEM, J. O.: Chironomids of Blesbekken, an alpine tundra stream at Dovrefjell National Park, Norway.
HAYES, B. P. & MURRAY, D. A.: Species composition and emergence of Chironomidae (Diptera) from three high arctic streams on Bathurst Island, Northwest Territories, Canada.
FERRINGTON, L. C., Jr.: Microhabitat preferences of larvae of three Orthocladiinae speccies (Diptera: Chironomidae) in Big Springs, a sandbottom spring in the high plains of western Kansas.
HUDSON, P. L.: Unusual larval habitats and life history of chironomid (Diptera) genera.
CALDWELL, B. A. & PARRISH, F. K.: Chironomidae (Diptera) of small Georgia streams.
MOLDOVÁN, J.: Description of a multispeccies Chironomus community (Diptera: Chironomidae) at an experimental sewage treatment plant.
WILSON, R. S.: Chironomid communities in the River Trent in relation to water chemistry.


ESS 30.
CEDERHOLM, L. (Ed.): Reports from the Lund University Ceylon Expedition in 1962. Vol. IV. 166 pp. SEK 140.

SLIPINSKI, S. A.: Notes on Colydiidae, Cerylonidae, Silvanidae, Inopeplidae and Cucujidae (Coleoptera) from Sri Lanka.
van HELSDINGEN, P. J.: Aranea: Linyphiidae of Sri Lanka, with a note on Erigonidae.
HEISS, E. & HOBERLANDT, L.: Aradidae (Hemiptera, Heteroptera) from Sri Lanka.
ACKLAND, D. M.: Anthomyiidae (Diptera) from Sri Lanka.
BONADONA, P.: Anthicidae (Coleoptera) de Sri Lanka.
BARTOLOZZI, L. & BOMANS, H. E.: The Lucanidae from Sri Lanka.
BLACKITH, R. E.: The Tetrigidae (Orthoptera) from Sri Lanka.
OKADA, T. Family Drosophilidae (Diptera) from the Lund University Ceylon Expedition in 1962 and Borneo collections in 1978-1979.
SOUTHCOTT, R. V. Two new larval ectoparasitic mites (Acarina: Erythraeidae) from Sri Lankan tetrigid grasshoppers.
STEBNICKA, Z. Coleoptera: Scarabidae, Aphodiinae from Sri Lanka.


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