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SPIXIANA – Zeitschrift für Zoologie

Band 37, Heft 1

August 2014
S. 1-160, 51 Farb- und 80 Schwarzweißabbildungen, 13 Tabellen, 4 Bestimmungsschlüssel

PDF KOLLER, K., B. BRENZINGER & M. SCHRÖDL: A caenogastropod in 3D: microanatomy of the Munich endemic springsnail Sadleriana bavarica BOETERS, 1989 (Caenogastropoda, Hydrobiidae) 1-19
PDF JÖRGER, K. M. & M. SCHRÖDL: Opinion – DNA taxonomy ‘2.0’ 20
PDF JÖRGER, K. M. & M. SCHRÖDL: How to use CAOS software for taxonomy? A quick guide to extract diagnostic nucleotides or amino acids for species descriptions 21-26
PDF LIMA, S. F. B., M. L. CHRISTOFFERSEN & Y. VILLACAMPA: Record of Basilissopsis for the bathyal region of the South Atlantic (Brazil) based on the description of a new species and the designation of a lectotype for B. rhyssa (Vetigastropoda, Trochidae) 27-34
PDF CAVALLARI, D. C., R. B. SALVADOR & L. R. L. SIMONE: Taxonomical study on the Architectonicidae collected by the Marion Dufresne (MD55) expedition to SE Brazil (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia) 35-43
PDF SCHRÖDL, M. & Y. HOOKER: Sea slugs of Peru: Peruvian-Chilean faunal elements (Mollusca, Heterobranchia) 45-59
PDF HAWLITSCHEK, O., N. VERNEAU, M. CHARPENTIER, G. DECALF & F. GLAW: Scientific note – New distribution records of the gecko Paroedura stellata HAWLITSCHEK & GLAW, 2012, endemic to Mayotte Island (Squamata, Gekkonidae) 60
PDF LIMA, S. F. B., V. QUEIROZ, I. H. BRAVO DE LAGUNA & R. MIOSO: New host for Dissodactylus crinitichelis (Decapoda, Pinnotheridae): First record of occurrence on Mellita quinquiesperforata (Echinodermata, Echinoidea) (Decapoda; Echinodermata) 61-68
PDF FERENTI, S. & S.-D. COVACIU-MARCOV: Relict populations of Hyloniscus transsilvanicus and Ligidium germanicum in the Blahnita Plain, south-western Romania (Isopoda, Oniscidea) 69-72
PDF ERMILOV, S. G. & S. KALÚZ: New species of oribatid mites of the genera Allogalumna, Galumna and Heterogalumna from India (Acari, Oribatida, Galumnidae) 73-80
PDF WEIGMANN, G.: New species of oribatid mites from Southern Germany (Acari, Oribatida) 81-88
PDF PLÓCIENNIK, M., P. GADAWSKI & J. KAZMIERCZAK: New records of non-biting midges from coastal regions of Croatia and Montenegro (Diptera, Chironomidae) 89-92
PDF FARAHANI, S., A. A. TALEBI, C. VAN ACHTERBERG & E. RAKHSHANI: A taxonomic study of Orgilinae and Microtypinae from Iran (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) 93-102
PDF HENDRICH, L., E. F. A. TOUSSAINT & M. BALKE: A new genus of Hydroporini from south-western Australia (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae) 103-109
PDF ALBERTONI, F. F. & M. FIKACEK: A new bromeliad-inhabiting species of Omicrus Sharp from South Brazil (Coleoptera, Hydrophylidae, Sphaeridiinae) 111-122
PDF BAEHR, M.: A new species of the genus Mecyclothorax SHARP from New Guinea (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Psydrini, Mecyclothoracina) 123-129
PDF FRIEDRICH, S. & E.-G. BURMEISTER: Scientific note – First record of the genus Idiops PERTY, 1833 from Peru (Araneae, Mygalomorphae, Idiopidae) 130
PDF FRIEDRICH, S.: The Peruvian short-tailed whip scorpion Surazomus chavin – rediscovery after three decades and first photographic documentation (Arachnida, Schizomida, Hubbardiidae) 131-134
PDF SCHEDEL, F. D. B., J. P. FRIEL & U. K. SCHLIEWEN: Haplochromis vanheusdeni, a new haplochromine cichlid species from the Great Ruaha River drainage, Rufiji basin, Tanzania (Teleostei, Perciformes, Cichlidae) 135-149
PDF WIRTZ, P.: Two new records of fishes from the coast of Senegal (Pisces) 151-152
PDF UNSÖLD, M.: “Two and a half auks” – the history of the Great Auks, Pinguinus impennis, at the ZSM (Charadriiformes, Alcidae) 153-159

Band 37, Heft 2

Dezember 2014
S. 161-288, 4 Farb- und 66 Schwarzweißabbildungen, 8 Tabellen, 3 Bestimmungsschlüssel

PDF SCHRÖDL, M.: Opinion: Time to say “Bye-bye Pulmonata”? 161-164
PDF SCHWABE, E., J. HOLTHEUER & D. SCHORIES:
First record of a mesoparasite (Crustacea, Copepoda) infesting a polyplacophoran (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) in Chilean waters, with an overview of the family Chitonophilidae (Crustacea & Mollusca)
165-182
PDF CROCETTA, F., G. BITAR, H. ZIBROWIUS, D. CAPUA, B. DELL’ANGELO & M. OLIVERIO:
Biogeographical homogeneity in the eastern Mediterranean Sea – III. New records and a state of the art of Polyplacophora, Scaphopoda and Cephalopoda from Lebanon (Mollusca)
183-206
PDF ERMILOV, S. G. & A. E. ANICHKIN: Two new species of Pedrocortesella, with the checklist of oribatid mites from riverine substrata in southern Vietnam (Acari, Oribatida, Pedrocortesellidae) 207-218
PDF BAEHR, M.: New species of the genus Arhytinus Bates. 3rd supplement to the “Revision of the genus Arhytinus Bates” (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Platynini) 219-230
PDF ASHE, P. & J. P. O’CONNOR: Three new replacement names for species in Paraphaenocladius Thienemann, Chironomus Meigen and Polypedilum Kieffer (Diptera, Chironomidae) 231-232
PDF KLOKOCOVNIK, V., D. DEVETAK, T. KLENOVŠEK & J. PODLESNIK: Contribution to the knowledge of brown lacewings from Albania (Neuroptera, Hemerobiidae) 233-237
PDF HAUSMANN, A. (ed.): Proceedings of the eighth FORUM HERBULOT 2014. How to accelerate the inventory of biodiversity (Schlettau, 30 June – 4 July 2014) 239-266
HAUSMANN, A.: Short report and results 239-240
SOMMERER, M.: A footnote to the report on the post-conference tour to Dresden 240-241
FORUM HERBULOT: FORUM HERBULOT 2014 statement on accelerated biodiversity assessment (Community Consensus Position) 241-242
HAUSMANN, A.: Claude Herbulot – his way of accelerating biodiversity assessment 242
BALKE, M.: Taxonomy – faster. Better 243
MICHEL, E., PYLE, R. L. & GURALNICK, R. P.: Global digital infrastructure for biological nomenclature and taxonomy 243
PENEV, L. & STOEV, P.: Streamlining descriptions of new species identified with barcode data 244
RATNASINGHAM, S.: The BIN system: standardizing molecular operational taxonomy in animals 244
DEWAARD, J., BERTRAND, C., LAYTON, K., TELFER, A. & YOUNG, M.: From BINs to biodiversity: rapid arthropod assessments using DNA barcodes 245
MILLER, S. E.: DNA barcode enabled ecological research on Geometridae in Papua New Guinea 245-246
STAUDE, H. S.: Accelerating the inventory of Lepidoptera early stages and host-plant and other associations by using citizen science projects 246
ROUGERIE, R., DECAËNS, T., LEES, D. C., LOPEZ-VAAMONDE, C., SHOKRALA, S. & HAJIBABAEI, M.:
DNA barcoding and DNA metabarcoding as tools for rapid inventory and high-throughput identification of Lepidoptera species in Amazonia
247
KEKKONEN, M.: The flowchart of taxonomy – right pieces in the right order 247-248
HAUSMANN, A., STAUDE, H. S., DIETERLE, C. & MOSER, A.: With or without speed-limit? How to assess 3000 Emerald species (Lepidoptera, Geometridae, Geometrinae) 248
LOPEZ-VAAMONDE, C., LEES, D. C., KAWAHARA, A., ROUGERIE, R., OHSHIMA, I., KAWAKITA, A., BOUTELEUX O. & DE PRINS, J.:
DNA barcoding reveals that the reverse latitudinal gradient of Gracillariidae leaf-miners is an artifact of tropical under-sampling
249
DELABYE, S., DECAËNS, T., BAYENDI, S., NTIE, S., LE GALL, P., LOPEZ VAAMONDE, C., MOULIN, N., SEBAG, D., ROUGERIE, R. & THE ECOTROP TEAM:
Using DNA barcoding as a tool to describe moth community patterns in Lopé and Ivindo National Parks, Gabon
249-250
LÁSZLÓ, G. M., RONKAY, G. & RONKAY, L.:
The importance of the traditional taxonomy in the exploration of the real biodiversity of Lepidoptera. A study case: the Nolini (Lepidoptera, Nolinae, Noctuoidea) fauna of Eurasia
250-251
BREHM, G.: Land in sight? – exploring the global geometrid diversity hotspot 251
CHOI, S.-W. & AN, J.-S.: Spatial and temporal pattern of species richness and abundance of macromoths including Geometridae in Mt. Jirisan National Park, South Korea 251-252
BYRNE, C. & THROSSELL, A.: Current research on Australian Geometridae – redefining the Tasmanian “Archiearinae” and the blitzing of Australia’s remote fauna 252-254
TRUUVERK, A. & ÕUNAP, E.: On the phylogeny and systematics of the tribe Larentiini (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) 254
BELJAEV, E. A.: Molecular and morphological phylogenies in geometroid lepidopterans (Lepidoptera, Geometriformes) – discordant or concordant 255-258
RAJAEI, H., GREVE, C., LETSCH, H., STÜNING, D., WAHLBERG, N., MINET, J. & MISOF, B.:
Molecular and morphological investigations suggest family level for the little known Pseudobiston pinratanai Inoue, 1994
258
SIHVONEN, P., STAUDE, H. S. & MUTANEN, M.: Enigmatic cycad moths of Africa: a holistic approach to examine their systematic position (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) 258
SCIARRETTA, A., HAUSMANN, A. & PARISI, F.: Recent advances in the knowledge of Geometrid moths of Ethiopia 259
TAUTEL, C.: A complex diversity of taxa behind one species: Lophophelma luteipes Felder, 1875 259
SCALERCIO, S., INFUSINO, M. & HAUSMANN, A.: Advances in the knowledge of the larentiine fauna of southern Italy by DNA barcoding (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) 260
MARCONATO, G.: Palyadini systematics, state of the art 260-261
MEY, W.: Family ranking in Lepidoptera communities in southwestern Africa: are Geometridae statistically important? 261-263
CAN CENGIZ, F. & HAUSMANN, A.: The Geometridae of the Amanos mountains in southern Turkey – with a review of the historical exploration 263
KING, G. E.:
Contribution to an understanding of the early stages (egg, larva) of Lythria sanguinaria (Duponchel, 1842) with reference to two species in the Rhodometrini Agenjo, 1952 (Geometridae, Sterrhinae) (data from central Spain)
263-264
BELJAEV, E. A.: Unexpected feature of geometrid species composition (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) on the small islands in the Peter the Great Gulf (Sea of Japan, south of Russian Far East) 264-266
MARRERO PALMA, L. & ERLACHER, S.: Charissa, subgenus Pterygnophos: little-known geometrid moths from Central Asia 266
ÕUNAP, E.: Phylogeny and classification of Timandrini and related groups – preliminary results 266
PDF SCHMIDT, O.:
The structure and musculature of male terminalia in the tribes Eupitheciini, Melanthiini, Perizomini and Rheumapterini: Gnathoi or Agnathoi, that is the question (Lepidoptera, Geometridae, Larentiinae)
267-281
PDF ENGELS, W. & S. HEINLE:
HANS STADEN als Tropen-Biologe: Erste Beschreibungen “andersartiger” Tiere und Pflanzen Brasiliens in seinem Buch “Warhaftige Historia” von 1557 – 22 Beispiele von uns identifizierter Spezies
283-287

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