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Pensoft is an independent academic publishing company, well known worldwide for its novel cutting-edge publishing tools, workflows and methods for text and data publishing of journals, books and conference materials. Through its Research and Technical Development department, the company is involved in various research and technology projects. Pensoft also provides services in website design and development, building of integrated publishing platforms and in science communication.

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As part of a current revision of the Australasian and Pacific orb-weaving spider fauna (family Araneidae Clerck, 1757), a number new combinations are proposed in the genera Acroaspis Karsch, 1878 (3 species), Carepalxis L. Koch, 1872 (1 species), Cyclosa Menge, 1866 (5 species), and Neoscona Simon, 1864 (7 species): Acroaspis lancearia (Keyserling, 1887), comb. n., A. mamillana (Keyserling, 18 ...

SUBJECT: a. t. urquhart; w. j. rainbow; e. v. keyserling; c. a. walckenaer; l. koch

POSTED TO: Evolutionary Systematics [2535-0730]

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A moss sample from the local biodiversity hotspot in lowland rainforest in the vicinity of Amber Mountain, Madagascar, yielded the discovery of two Echiniscus C.A.S. Schultze, 1840 species, of which one is new to science. Echiniscus succineus sp. nov. is related to other members of the spinulosus group, but differs from them by the highly complicated structure of the dorsal plates, with intric ...

SUBJECT: spinulosus group; appendages cuticle; echiniscus africanus; morphology pores; taxonomy

POSTED TO: Evolutionary Systematics [2535-0730]

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An overview of boring Australian Eophliantidae is provided along with the description of two new species of the genus Bircenna Chilton, 1884, B. thieli sp. nov. and B. hinojosai sp. nov. Interestingly, these species co-occur in samples of the bull kelp Durvillaea potatorum (Labillardière) Areschoug, 1854 collected in Tasmania, Australia and present a number of novel urosomite and telson struct ...

SUBJECT: bircenna; durvillaea potatorum; macroalgae; identification key

POSTED TO: Evolutionary Systematics [2535-0730]

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The Australian fauna of Jumping spiders (family Salticidae) is highly diverse and includes iconic lineages such as the peacock spiders (genus Maratus Karsch, 1878) that are well-known for their vibrant colours and fascinating behaviours. Many other jumping spiders in Australia are also highly attractive but almost nothing is known about their diversity and taxonomic identity. Here, we describe ...

SUBJECT: new species; euophryinae; museum godeffroy; taxonomy; karl lagerfeld

POSTED TO: Abhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins in Hamburg (NF) [2535-0730]

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Three species of the amphipod genus Syrrhoe are described from the North Atlantic. The differences between these species are primarily the patterns of serration of the posterior margins of pleonite 3 and urosomite 1 and 2: Syrrhoe affinis has a wide convex space on the posterior margin between the epimeron 3 and the dorsal serration. In Syrrhoe crenulata and Syrrhoe anneheleneae sp. nov. there ...

SUBJECT: syrrhoe affinis; taxonomy; syrrhoe crenulata; arctic ocean; systematics

POSTED TO: Danish Ingolf-Expedition [2535-0730]

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We describe a new species of arboreal narrow-mouthed frog, genus Platypelis, from Ambodivoangy near Maroantsetra in northeastern Madagascar. The new species, Platypelis ando sp. nov., is characterised by small body size (under 19 mm), a generally rather slender body, yellowish finger and toe tips, and a dark brown dorsal chevron. Its advertisement call is a single, moderately long, high-pitche ...

SUBJECT: molecular genetics; morphology; bioacoustics; amphibia; taxonomy

POSTED TO: Salamandra [2535-0730]

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Scorpions have always inspired fear and fascination because of the potency of their venoms. Although this ancient arachnid group is relatively small (ca. 2400 species) and has been continuously studied for the past century, the taxonomy is still in a state of flux and the correct identification of species often remains difficult. With more than 725 species and 9000 specimens, the Zoological Mu ...

SUBJECT: arachnology; type catalogue; karl kraepelin; taxonomy; systematics

POSTED TO: Mitteilungen aus dem Institut für Allgemeine Botanik in Hamburg [2535-0730]

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The genera Empis Linneus, 1758 and Rhamphomyia Meigen, 1822 (Empidoidea, Empididae Latreille, 1809) are two large genera of flies commonly named dagger flies. They are widely distributed in the world with most species described from the Palearctic Region. Empis comprises about 810 described species and Rhamphomyia comprises about 610 described species, together they represent one third of the ...

SUBJECT: entomology high throughput sequencing next generation sequencing systematics taxonomy target enrichment uce

POSTED TO: World Catalog of Empididae (Insecta: Diptera). [2535-0730]

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Three new species of litter-dwelling jumping spiders, Habrocestum liptoni sp. nov., Stenaelurillus ilesai sp. nov., and Tamigalesus fabus sp. nov. are described from Sri Lanka. In addition, T. munnaricus is redescribed based on the new material from Sri Lanka.

SUBJECT: biodiversity leaf litter new species taxonomy india south asia arachnida

POSTED TO: Annales Zoologici, Warszawa [2535-0730]

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For the first time the Asian hornet Vespa velutina has been found in Hamburg (Northern Germany). So far this is the northernmost occurrence of this originally SE-Asian species in Europe and in the world. It remains unclear whether this is a single accidentally translocated specimen or one of a population already reproducing. The find may suggest that the species will possibly spread much faste ...

SUBJECT: hamburg honeybees invasion biology neozoa insect pest organism yellow legged hornet.

POSTED TO: Ampulex [2535-0730]

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