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Dettagli della rivista
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Rivista
eISSN
2336-3207
Pubblicato per la prima volta
14 Jul 2011
Periodo di pubblicazione
3 volte all'anno
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Volume 69 (2020): Edizione 3 (December 2020)

Dettagli della rivista
Formato
Rivista
eISSN
2336-3207
Pubblicato per la prima volta
14 Jul 2011
Periodo di pubblicazione
3 volte all'anno
Lingue
Inglese

Cerca

5 Articoli
access type Accesso libero

First records of Palaearctic Agromyzidae (Diptera) from 40 countries and major islands

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 193 - 229

Astratto

Abstract

First records of 151 species in the family Agromyzidae are presented for 40 countries and major islands in the Palaearctic Region (Russia being split into four subregions): from Afghanistan (1 sp.), Albania (15 spp.), Algeria (1 sp.), Andorra (2 spp.), Armenia (4 spp.), Austria (14 spp.), Balearic Islands (4 spp.), Canary Islands (2 spp.), China - Palaearctic part (2 spp.), Corsica (5 spp.), Crete (6 spp.), Croatia (16 spp.), Czech Republic (4 spp.), Dodekanese Islands incl. Rhodes (5 spp.), Egypt (1 sp.), European Russia (2 spp.), Finland (12 spp.), France (1 sp.), Georgia (1 sp.), Germany (14 spp.), Great Britain (2 spp.), Greece (4 spp.), Iceland (1 sp.), Iran (8 spp.), Israel (1 sp.), Italy (12 spp.), Jordan (6 spp.), Kyrgyzstan (6 spp.), Lithuania (2 spp.), Macedonia (2 spp.), Mongolia (2 spp.), Morocco (6 spp.), Netherlands (1 sp.), Norway (3 spp.), Oman (1 sp.), Poland (1 sp.), West Siberia (1 sp.), East Sibiria (3 spp.), Kamchatka (5 spp.), Sardinia (1 sp.), Slovakia (4 spp.), South Korea (13 spp.), Spain (10 spp.), Sweden (7 spp.), Switzerland (5 spp.) and Turkey (1 sp.). For a few species morphological details or plant genera from the collecting localities are added as possible host plants. Phytomyza parvicella (Coquillett, 1902) exhibits an extremely disjunct distribution, occurring in the high Arctic from Alaska to west Greenland and on the highest mountains of Germany and Poland. Other rare species with Boreo-alpine disjunctions are recorded. Cerodontha (Cerodontha) phragmitophila Hering, 1935 reached a tiny artificial patch of its host plant within the Sahara sand desert. The thermophilic mediterranean Phytoliriomyza pectoralis (Becker, 1908) was detected on the Swedish sun-blessed island Öland. Chromatomyia obscuriceps (Hendel, 1936) (emerged from Triticum crop) is specified as a valid species occurring from Iceland to Kamchatka. A new definition for Chromatomyia nigra (Meigen, 1830) sensu stricto is presented. The American Amauromyza (Cephalomyza) abnormalis (Malloch, 1913), a possible agent against the harmful neophyte Amaranthus retroflexus, was detected for the first time in the Palaearctic Region. Gnaphalium is attributed as a first detected host plant genus of Phytoliriomyza venustula Spencer, 1976.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • new records
  • faunistics
  • distribution
  • Palaearctic Region
access type Accesso libero

The Mosquitoes of Prešov Town (Slovakia) – a pilot study

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 249 - 257

Astratto

Abstract

Mosquitoes and in particular their impact on human life and health are often the subject of applied research. Nevertheless, at present, basic research in this area, especially in cities seems to be neglected. This paper aims to bridge, at least in part, the gap in the knowledge of mosquito fauna at the local level and summarizes results of mosquitoes research in the Prešov town based on male morphological characters. In total, the presence of eight species of mosquitoes was confirmed in the study area (literary data and new records) which represents 15 % of the Slovak mosquito biodiversity.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Culicidae
  • cities
  • basic research
access type Accesso libero

Scatopsidae (Diptera) reared from graminoid plants in the Czech Republic, with description of a new species of Swammerdamella

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 259 - 276

Astratto

Abstract

Ten species of Scatopsidae (Diptera) have been reared from tussocks of 7 species of Cyperaceae, 2 species of Juncaceae, 4 species of Poaceae and from dead specimens of 1 species of Typhaceae gathered in meadow, boggy meadow, alder forest and shores of a pond and a montane brook from 3 localities in the Czech Silesia (Czech Republic). One of them, Swammerdamella jindrichi Haenni sp. n. is described as new. Information is given for the first time on the sites of development of immature stages for several species, notably of genera Ferneiella and Thripomorpha.

Parole chiave

  • Scatopsidae
  • new species
  • taxonomy
  • biology
  • habitat and plant association
  • graminoid plants
  • Silesia
  • Czech Republic
access type Accesso libero

Phylogeny of Tipulomorpha - an endless issue

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 277 - 281

Astratto

Abstract

Phylogeny of the infraorder Tipulomorpha is discussed with emphasis on the family Limoniidae. A negative reaction to the study by Petersen et al. (2010) is presented because they proposed an unusual phylogeny, with hardly acceptable classification. The family Limoniidae is here confirmed as monophyletic, divided into four clades classified as subfamilies (Starý 1992), with recent additional and reasonable changes. A revised phylogenetic arrangement of the family Limoniidae within Tipulomorpha is given.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • phylogeny of Tipulomorpha
  • monophyletic Limoniidae
  • classification
access type Accesso libero

First rearing record and DNA sequence of Chromatomyia aizoon (Hering, 1932) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) associated with Saxifraga paniculata Miller from the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 283 - 288

Astratto

Abstract

A male of Chromatomyia aizoon (Hering, 1932) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) was reared from a leaf mine at Saxifraga paniculata collected in Štramberk (Northern Moravia, Czech Republic). Partial sequence of the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI barcode region, 658 bp) is also provided.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • Czech Republic
  • biology
  • faunistics
  • DNA barcoding
5 Articoli
access type Accesso libero

First records of Palaearctic Agromyzidae (Diptera) from 40 countries and major islands

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 193 - 229

Astratto

Abstract

First records of 151 species in the family Agromyzidae are presented for 40 countries and major islands in the Palaearctic Region (Russia being split into four subregions): from Afghanistan (1 sp.), Albania (15 spp.), Algeria (1 sp.), Andorra (2 spp.), Armenia (4 spp.), Austria (14 spp.), Balearic Islands (4 spp.), Canary Islands (2 spp.), China - Palaearctic part (2 spp.), Corsica (5 spp.), Crete (6 spp.), Croatia (16 spp.), Czech Republic (4 spp.), Dodekanese Islands incl. Rhodes (5 spp.), Egypt (1 sp.), European Russia (2 spp.), Finland (12 spp.), France (1 sp.), Georgia (1 sp.), Germany (14 spp.), Great Britain (2 spp.), Greece (4 spp.), Iceland (1 sp.), Iran (8 spp.), Israel (1 sp.), Italy (12 spp.), Jordan (6 spp.), Kyrgyzstan (6 spp.), Lithuania (2 spp.), Macedonia (2 spp.), Mongolia (2 spp.), Morocco (6 spp.), Netherlands (1 sp.), Norway (3 spp.), Oman (1 sp.), Poland (1 sp.), West Siberia (1 sp.), East Sibiria (3 spp.), Kamchatka (5 spp.), Sardinia (1 sp.), Slovakia (4 spp.), South Korea (13 spp.), Spain (10 spp.), Sweden (7 spp.), Switzerland (5 spp.) and Turkey (1 sp.). For a few species morphological details or plant genera from the collecting localities are added as possible host plants. Phytomyza parvicella (Coquillett, 1902) exhibits an extremely disjunct distribution, occurring in the high Arctic from Alaska to west Greenland and on the highest mountains of Germany and Poland. Other rare species with Boreo-alpine disjunctions are recorded. Cerodontha (Cerodontha) phragmitophila Hering, 1935 reached a tiny artificial patch of its host plant within the Sahara sand desert. The thermophilic mediterranean Phytoliriomyza pectoralis (Becker, 1908) was detected on the Swedish sun-blessed island Öland. Chromatomyia obscuriceps (Hendel, 1936) (emerged from Triticum crop) is specified as a valid species occurring from Iceland to Kamchatka. A new definition for Chromatomyia nigra (Meigen, 1830) sensu stricto is presented. The American Amauromyza (Cephalomyza) abnormalis (Malloch, 1913), a possible agent against the harmful neophyte Amaranthus retroflexus, was detected for the first time in the Palaearctic Region. Gnaphalium is attributed as a first detected host plant genus of Phytoliriomyza venustula Spencer, 1976.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • new records
  • faunistics
  • distribution
  • Palaearctic Region
access type Accesso libero

The Mosquitoes of Prešov Town (Slovakia) – a pilot study

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 249 - 257

Astratto

Abstract

Mosquitoes and in particular their impact on human life and health are often the subject of applied research. Nevertheless, at present, basic research in this area, especially in cities seems to be neglected. This paper aims to bridge, at least in part, the gap in the knowledge of mosquito fauna at the local level and summarizes results of mosquitoes research in the Prešov town based on male morphological characters. In total, the presence of eight species of mosquitoes was confirmed in the study area (literary data and new records) which represents 15 % of the Slovak mosquito biodiversity.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Culicidae
  • cities
  • basic research
access type Accesso libero

Scatopsidae (Diptera) reared from graminoid plants in the Czech Republic, with description of a new species of Swammerdamella

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 259 - 276

Astratto

Abstract

Ten species of Scatopsidae (Diptera) have been reared from tussocks of 7 species of Cyperaceae, 2 species of Juncaceae, 4 species of Poaceae and from dead specimens of 1 species of Typhaceae gathered in meadow, boggy meadow, alder forest and shores of a pond and a montane brook from 3 localities in the Czech Silesia (Czech Republic). One of them, Swammerdamella jindrichi Haenni sp. n. is described as new. Information is given for the first time on the sites of development of immature stages for several species, notably of genera Ferneiella and Thripomorpha.

Parole chiave

  • Scatopsidae
  • new species
  • taxonomy
  • biology
  • habitat and plant association
  • graminoid plants
  • Silesia
  • Czech Republic
access type Accesso libero

Phylogeny of Tipulomorpha - an endless issue

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 277 - 281

Astratto

Abstract

Phylogeny of the infraorder Tipulomorpha is discussed with emphasis on the family Limoniidae. A negative reaction to the study by Petersen et al. (2010) is presented because they proposed an unusual phylogeny, with hardly acceptable classification. The family Limoniidae is here confirmed as monophyletic, divided into four clades classified as subfamilies (Starý 1992), with recent additional and reasonable changes. A revised phylogenetic arrangement of the family Limoniidae within Tipulomorpha is given.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • phylogeny of Tipulomorpha
  • monophyletic Limoniidae
  • classification
access type Accesso libero

First rearing record and DNA sequence of Chromatomyia aizoon (Hering, 1932) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) associated with Saxifraga paniculata Miller from the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 29 Jan 2021
Pagine: 283 - 288

Astratto

Abstract

A male of Chromatomyia aizoon (Hering, 1932) (Diptera: Agromyzidae) was reared from a leaf mine at Saxifraga paniculata collected in Štramberk (Northern Moravia, Czech Republic). Partial sequence of the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI barcode region, 658 bp) is also provided.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • Czech Republic
  • biology
  • faunistics
  • DNA barcoding

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