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Volume 1, Number 1, 1992 [1993], pp. 1–160. Published -

S.J. Tsalolikhin. 1992. Taxonomic notes on African species of the genus Brevitobrilus (Nematoda, Enoplida: Tobrilidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 1–5.

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The genus Brevitobrilus Tsalolikhin, 1981 can be divided into two groups according to the distance from the cloaca to the first supplement. Using this character and material from some African lakes (mostly collected by the author in Ethiopia), species of the genus have been partly revised. New species: B. kenyensis (= Trilobus graciloides sensu Allgen, 1952 and Tobrilus and Tobrilus graciloides sensu Andrassy, 1964). New synonymy: B. graciloides (Daday, 1908) = B. africanus (Zullini, 1988). Specimens described by Joubert & Heyns (1979) as B. stefanskii (Micoletztky, 1925) were misidentified, they belong to B. granatensis (Ocaña & Zullini, 1988). The neotype of B. graciloides is designated.

G.N. Buzhinskaja. 1992. Glycera orientalis sp. n. from the North West Pacific (Polychaeta: Glyceridae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 6–8.

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Glycera orientalis sp. n. is described from the Bay of Peter the Great, the coasts of south Sakhalin and the south Kuril Islands. The new species is characterized by having 3 types of proboscidial papillae (“fingernail”, digitiform and broader conical), aileron with an interramal plate, non-retractile fingerlike branchiae, completely confluent postsetal lamellae from 9-12th to 50-70th setigers.

V.I. Gontar. 1992. New species of Cheilostomida from the Kuril Islands (Bryozoa). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 9–12.

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Seven new species belonging to the order Cheilostomida are described: Doryporella armata, Ellisina marginulata, Arthropoma inarmata, Escharina guttosinuata, Hippoporina dentata, Rhamphostomella peristomata, Rh. alutacea.

S.V. Vassilenko. 1992. A new species of the genus Caprella from the sublittoral of the Komandor Islands, North West Pacific (Crustacea, Amphipoda: Caprellidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 13–17.

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Caprella vitjazi sp. n. from the sublittoral of the Komandor Islands is described. The most characteristic feature of the new species is the presence of an acute spine on the outer distal margin of propodus of gnathopod II, above the articulation of propodus with dactylus.

A.V. Gorochov. 1992. Two new species of the cricket genus Hapithus from Cuba (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 18–19.

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Hapithus emeljanovi sp. n. and H. kerzhneri sp. n. from northern Cuba are described.

A.F. Emeljanov. 1992. Planthoppers of the family Cixiidae from vicinity of Ambo, Ethiopia (Homoptera, Cicadina). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 20–36.

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14 species, 10 of them new, are recorded from vicinity of Ambo. New taxa: Myndus (Myndodus subg. n.) velox sp. n. (type species of the subgenus), M. (Myndodus) visendus sp. n., Cixius (Alcixius subg. n., type species C. stigmaticalis Mel.) morion sp. n., Mnemosynina subtrib. n. in Pentastirini, Atonurus gen. n. (type species Cixius natalensis Stål) with Olipara subg. n. (type species Oliarus guineensis Van Stalle), Suriola gen. n. (type species Oliarus fici Van Stalle), Eumecurus binaevulatus, E. bilineolatus, E. vanstallei, Pentastiridius confumatus, P. incultus, P. dedecorus, Afroreptalus daemon spp.n. The taxonomic position of many African Cixiidae is discussed and new combinations established.

I.M. Kerzhner. 1992. New and little-known Nabidae from North America (Heteroptera). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 37–45.

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New species: Lasiomerus andabata (USA, Mexico, Guatemala), Pagasa confusa (USA, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Puerto Rico). New synonymies: Pagasa subg. Lampropagasa Reut. = subg. Parapagasa Hussey, P. pallipes Stål = P. luctuosa Van Duzee. Other taxonomic changes: Hoplistoscelis pallescens Reut. restored from synonymy with H. sordida Reut. (the last one does not occur in USA), Pagasa fusca var. nigripes Harris raised to specific rank. Hoplistoscelis dentipes Harris is excluded from the list of North American species, Nabis americanus Rem. recorded from Texas. Lectotypes of 4 nominal species are designated.

I.M. Kerzhner. 1992. Nomenclatural and bibliographic corrections to J. Maldonado Capriles (1990) "Systematic catalogue of the Reduviidae of the World (Insecta: Heteroptera)". Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 46–60.

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The paper is based mainly on comparison of Maldonado’s (1990) catalogue with the not properly published analogous catalogue compiled by Putshkov & Putshkov (1985-1989) and with the relevant original literature. The following matters are included: a summary list of family-group names with complete synonymy; notes on about 270 genus-group names, mostly concerning type species and their ficxation; corrections of spelling for 168 species-group names; notice of new replacement names independently established by the Putshkovs and Maldonado for the same junior homonyms; a list of 21 as yet not replaced junior primary homonyms and discussion of some confused cases of secondary homonymy; 162 bibliographic references to works either not noticed in Maldonado’s catalogue (mainly works published in 1986-1989) or cited in the catalogue but missing from the bibliography; corrections to several dozens of references, mostly concerning date of publication. A new synonymy Reduvius tenebrosus (Stål, 1863), comb. n. (from “Acanthaspis?”) = R. tenebrosus Walker, 1873 = R. walkeri China, 1940 is established.

R.V. Gusev. 1992. The hitherto unknown male of the Australian species Melanerythrus uptoni A. Slater (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 61–62.

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Short descriptive notes on and figures of a male of M. uptoni collected at Alice Springs are given.

E.N. Belousova. 1992. On the distribution of Pentatoma parametallifera Zheng & Li (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 63–64.

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P. parametallifera originally described from NE China is recorded from Korea and the Russian Far East. Its taxonomic position is briefly discussed.

V.I. Gusarov. 1992. New and little-known Palaearctic Staphylinidae (Coleoptera). 5th communication. Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 65–74.

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Lathrobium (s. str.) hyrcanum sp. n. from Azerbaijan, Leptacinus (s. str.) circumcaspicus sp. n. from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan are described, Mycetoporus winkleri Bernhauer, 1915 and Pseudobium angusticolle (Hochhuth, 1851) are redescribed. The following new synonymies are established: Phyllodrepa palpalis Luze, 1906 = Ph. jailaensis Bernhauer, 1915, Aleochara binotata Kraatz, 1856 = A. notatipennis Hochhuth, 1871, Philonthus immudus (Gyllenhal, 1810) = Ph. ruficornis Hochhuth in Motschulsky, 1860, Ocypus fuscatus (Gravenhorst, 1802) = O. abbreviatus (Motschulsky, 1858), O. forficularius (Motschulsky, 1860) = O. korgei Smetana, 1065, O. gracilicornis Hochhuth, 1849 = O. ensifer (G. Müller, 1932), Acylophorus glaberrimus (Herbst, 1784) = A. nitidus (Motschulsky, 1845), Quedius tristis (Gravenhorst, 1802) = Q. nigritarsis (Ménétries, 1832) = Q. vicinus (Ménétries, 1832) = Q. libanicus Coiffait, 1954. Lectotypes of Phyllodrepa jailaensis Bernhauer, 1915, Mycetoporus winkleri Bernhauer, 1915, Leptusa venusta (Hochhuth, 1849), Lathrobium gracile Hampe, 1866, Philonthus ruficornis Hochhuthin in Motschulsky, 1860, Ocypus abbreviatus (Motschulsky, 1858), O. forficularius (Motschulsky, 1860), O. gracilicornis Hochhuth, 1849, O. fulvipes (Motschulsky, 1858), O. sericeus (Motschulsky, 1858), Acylophorus nitidus (Motschulsky, 1845), Quedius fuliginosus (Gravenhorst, 1802), Q. nigritarsis (Ménétries, 1832), Q. vicinus (Ménétries, 1832), Q. suramensis Eppelsheim, 1880 are designated.

B.A. Korotyaev. 1992. Magdalis mariae Formánek from Bosnia belongs actually to the Nearctic apionid genus Podapion (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Apionidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 75–77.

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Examination of the holotype of Magdalis mariae Formánek, 1911 from Bosnia has shown the species actually to be very close to the Nearctic apionid Podapion gallicola Riley, 1883 both in the general appearance and in the structure of male genitalia. Distinctly separated mesocoxal cavities and the shape of the aedeagus seem to be the only significant differences shown by the european species. The genus Podapion Riley now comprises two species: P. mariae Formánek, comb. n. from Bosnia, and P. gallicola Riley, the type species, with a wide distribution in North America.

A.G. Zinovjev. 1992. Pristicampini - a new tribe for a new genus of sawflies from Northern Europe and Siberia (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 78–85.

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A new genus Pristicampus (type species Mesoneura arctica Lindqvist, 1958) is established to accommodate three species formerly assigned to Pristiphora Latreille or Pachynematus Konow. The type species and P. incisus (Lindqvist, 1970) (= Pachynematus intermedius Verzhutskii, 1974, syn. n.) associated with different host plants (presumably Potentilla crantzii and definitely Dasiphora fruticosa) are considered as distinct species. A new species Pristicampus dasiphorae (= Pristiphora biscalis sensu Verzhutskii, non Förster) from Siberia is described. The taxonomic position of the new genus is discussed and a new tribe, Pristicampini, is established.

D.R. Kasparyan. 1992. Zarnbion, a new tryphonine genus from Africa (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 86–88.

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A new genus Zambion gen. n. (type species Z. monodon sp. n.) related to Ibornia is described in the tribe Tryphonini from the Ethiopian Region. Its relationships with other genera are discussed.

S.A. Belokobylskij. 1992. Notes on the taxonomy of the Doryctinae with description of a new genus and three new species from the Oriental Region (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 89–96.

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The taxonomy of some Old World Doryctinae is discussed. New taxa: Hemidoryctes (gen. n.) soror sp. n. (Java), Caenophanes luculentus sp. n., Dendrosotinus gratus sp. n. (both from Vietnam). New synonymies: Dendrosotinus Telenga, 1941 = Gildoria Hedqvist, 1974; Pseudorhoptrocentrus niger (Szepligeti, 1914), comb. n. (from Neodoryctes) = P. brunneus Granger, 1949; Caenophanes incompletus (Ratzeburg, 1844) = Heteroshilus rugosifrons Picard, 1939. Dendrosotinus Telenga, 1941 is considered as a good genus distinct from Caenophanes Förster, 1862. Lectotypes of Pseudorhoptrocentrus brunneus Granger, 1949 and Heterospilus rugosifrons Picard, 1939 are designated.

V.V. Berezovsky & E.P. Nartshuk. 1992. On the genus Geitenomyia with description of a new species from Azerbaijan and Turkey (Diptera: Stratiomyidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 97–101.

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Geitenomyia rudifranci sp. n. from Azerbaijan and East Turkey, the second specieas of the genus, is described. The male of G. transsylvanica Kertész (from the Ukraine) and the male genitalia of Geitenomyia are described and figured for the first time. The taxonomic status of the genus is discussed. A key for identification of both species of Geitenomyia is given.

S.Yu. Kuznetzov. 1992. The Palaearctic species of the genus Verrallia (Diptera: Pipunculidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 102–116.

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A review of the genus Verrallia Mik is presented with descriptions of nine new species from the North-West of Russia (V. pollinosa, V. verrucosa), the Far East of Russia (V. eximia, V. hodosa, V. kurilensis, V. makarkini, V. sidorenkoi and V. speciosa), and from Switzerland (V. helvetica). The types of V. spectabilis Collin were examined and a lectotype designated. A key to and figures of 18 Plaearctic species of Verrallia are given.

V.V. Zlobin. 1992. Review of mining flies of the genus Cerodontha. IV. Subgenus Poemyza (Diptera: Agromyzidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 117–141.

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The atra-group of Cerodontha is redefined on the basis of new knownledge. 8 new species belonging to this group are described: C. altaica (Altai Terr.), C. estlandica (Estonia), C. sudzukhensis (Primorsk Terr.), C. suntarica (Yakutia), C. albineura (W. Mongolia, S. Iran), C. deserta (Turkmenistan), C. zaitzeviana (S. Mongolia), C. spencerae (C. inconspicua auct., non Malloch; Palaearctic and Nearctic Regions). C. pygminoides Spencer is recorded for the first time from the Palaearctic Region (Yakutia). Two new species groups are established: oryzivora-group and bisetiorbita-group. The following new species are described: C. oryziphila (SE China) in oryzivora-group, C. unisetiorbita (Japan) in bisetiorbita-group, C. fumipennis (Japan) in incisa-group. Additional notes on some species are given.

E.P. Nartshuk. 1992. Three new species of Geomyza from the Palaearctic Region (Diptera: Opomyzidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 142–144.

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Three new species of the genus Geomyza Fall. are described, namely G. kazakhstanica from Kazakhstan, G. tundrarum from the tundra zone of European Russia and Siberia, and G. hissarica from Uzbekistan. In all these species the arista is shortly pubescent.

V.A. Richter. 1992. Two new Palaearctic tachinid species of the tribe Elfiini (Diptera: Tachinidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 145–147.

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New species Elfia amuricola (Far East of Russia) and Phytomyptera verna (Crimea) are described.

A.P. Andriashev. 1992. New and rare deep-sea snailfishes of the genera Paraliparis and Genioliparis from the western South Atlantic (Pisces, Scorpaeniformes: Liparidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 148–155.

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Two new species of the genus Paraliparis are described: P. aspersus (off Argentina, 800-845 m) and P. tompkinsae (off South Orkney Isls, 1976-2068 m). In addition, three deep-sea Antarctic species are redescribed from new collections: P. mawsoni originally based on the skinned holotype only; P. kreffti first described from juvenile specimens and Genioliparis lindbergi which was known hitherto from the holotype only.

N.I. Abramson. 1992. A new species of lemming from the Eopleistocene of North East Siberia (Mammalia: Cricetidae). Zoosystematica Rossica, 1(1): 156–160.

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Lemmus sheri sp. n. from the Eopleistocene of NE Siberia is described and compared with other species of the genus.

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