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Journal articleA new species Protearomyia jonesi sp. nov. is described and information is provided on the ecology and distribution of the Palearctic Protearomyia species.
MacGowan, Iain ; Reimann, Andre
Journal articleFour new species of Lonchaeidae are described from South Korea namely Lonchaea baekje sp. nov., Lonchaea bicercosa sp. nov., Lonchaea goguryeo sp. nov. and Lonchaea silla sp. nov. A further two species Dasiops calvus Morge, 1959, and Lonchaea krivosheinae Kovalev 1973 are reported from South Korea for the first time....
MacGowan, Iain ; Kwon, Tae-Sung ; Ji, OkYeong ; Kim, Il-Kwon
Journal articleSeven specimens of fossil scorpionflies (Mecoptera) not assignable to any known family were discovered in the Wealden Supergroup (Lower Cretaceous) of southern England. They were found at Rudgwick Brickworks, West Sussex and Smokejacks Brickworks, Surrey and came from the Upper Weald Clay Formation, dated as Barremian (∼129.4–125 Ma). A new...
Novokshonov, V G ; Ross, Andrew ; Cook, E ; Krzeminski, Wieslaw ; Soszyńska-Maj, A
Journal articleDiverse new material of mantises found in the Cretaceous amber-bearing deposits from Lebanon (Barremian), Spain (Albian), and Myanmar (Albian–Cenomanian) are described and figured. The Lebanese and Spanish forms are nymphs; while the one from Myanmar is an adult specimen. The Lebanese nymph corresponds to a new specimen of Burmantis lebanensis...
Delclòs, Xavier ; Peñalver, Enrique ; Arillo, Antonio ; Engel, Michael S ; Nel, A …
The first terrestrial isopod (Crustacea: Isopoda: Oniscidea) from Cretaceous Burmese amber of MyanmarThis paper represents the first formal description of a Cretaceous terrestrial isopod (Oniscidea). This unique specimen, a well preserved female in Burmese amber from Myanmar, is described as Myanmariscus deboiseae gen. nov. sp. nov. It belongs to the clade Synocheta Legrand, 1946 based on the poorly differentiated flagellum of antenna,...
Broly, P ; Maillet, S ; Ross, Andrew
Further records of biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber (Myanmar)A new biting midge Archiculicoides andersoni sp. nov. from Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber is described and illustrated. An unknown male of Leptoconops myanmaricus Szadziewski, 2004 is described and an undetermined female of the genus Archiaustroconops and Austroconops in the collection of National Museums Scotland is reported. A key for the...
Szadziewski, Ryszard ; Ross, Andrew ; Wojciech, Giłka