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ISSUE 43-44 (2015)

Systematics and Zoogeography

3 I.N. Toskina
Two new species of wood-boring beetles from Korea (Coleoptera: Ptinidae: Dorcatominae, Mesocoelopodinae)

SUMMARY. Two new species of wood-boring beetles are described from Korea: Striatheca pappi, sp.n. and Hisamatsua merkli, sp.n.
8S.K. Korb
To the systematics and nomenclature of palaearctic Satyridae (Lepidoptera)

SUMMARY. The lectotypes of Satyrus hyppolite dоеrriesi Bang-Haas, 1933, S. h. richthofeni Bang-Haas, 1933, Satyrus mamurra schakuhensis Staudinger, 1881, Oeneis elwesi tannuola Bang-Haas, 1927, Oeneis sculda pumila Staudinger, 1892, Satyrus boloricaus Grum-Grshimailo, 1888, Satyrus leechi Groum-Grshimailo, 1890, Coenonympha amaryllis accrescens Staudinger, 1901 are designated. The following synonymy is established: Pseudochazara hippolyte richthofeni (Bang-Haas, 1933) = P. h. gigantea (Bang-Haas, 1933), syn.n., Chortobius amaryllis accrescens (Staudinger, 1901) = C. a. borisovi (Korshunov et Ivonin, 1996), syn.n.
11S.K.Korb, D.A.Pozhogin
Molecular investigation of Lymantria storozhenkoae Korb et Pozhogin, 2012 (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae)

SUMMARY. Recently described Lymantria storozhenkoae Korb et Pozhogin, 2012 has been molecularly investigated. The COI gene was sequenced and compared to the closely located L. dispar populations. Differences on 415bp fragment of COI for L. dispar dispar (Linnaeus, 1758) are about 2,1 – 2,3%, for L. dispar asiatica Wnukowsky, 1926 are about 1,75%.

Ecology and Faunistics

12Yu.V. Dorofeev, V.V. Perov, S.K. Alekseev
The new finds of beetles (Coleoptera) in Tula Province. 3.

SUMMARY. The presented paper is an addition to the list of Coleoptera found in Tula Province. 56 species are reported as new to its fauna.
17 S.V. Pushkin, J. Hava, A. Herrmann
Interesting discoveries of carpet beetles (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) in the Russia

SUMMARY. As a result of the collecting in 2002–2014 in the south part of European Russia and in the North Caucasus 6 species of the carpet beetles (Dermestidae) were found, which was firstly recorded for the Russian territory or was recently listed without specific information: Dermestes intermedius Kalik, 1951, Attagenus fasciolatus (Solsky, 1876), Anthrenus amoenulus Reitter, 1896, Anthrenus zebra Reitter, 1889, Anthrenus latefasciatus Reitter, 1892 and Anthrenus olgae Kalik, 1946.
20T.V. Levchenko
Contributions to the fauna of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Moscow Province. 5. Family Halictidae. Genera Lasioglossum Curtis, 1833 and Evylaeus Robertson, 1902.

SUMMARY. An annotated list of subtribe Gastrohalictina (=Lasioglossum s. l.) of the Moscow Province is presented. It consists of 38 species: 9 Lasioglossum Curtis, 1833 and 29 Evylaeus Robertson, 1902. L. laevigatum (Kirby, 1802), L. sexmaculatum (Schenck, 1853), E. crassepunctatus (Bluthgen, 1923), E. linearis (Schenck, 1868) and E. politus (Schenck, 1853) are recorded from this area for the first time. L. majus (Nylander, 1852), E. malachurus (Kirby, 1802) and E. smeathmanellus (Kirby, 1802) are known only by old doubtful literature records and excluded from the regional fauna as based on absence of old or new collecting materials and information on species distribution ranges. The localities, the data of collecting, the quantity of collected specimens, original information on ecology (visited plants and stations, flight period) in Moscow Province as far as the world distribution are given for all 38 species. COI gene sequences of E. fratellus (Perez, 1903) and E. leucopus (Kirby, 1802) from Moscow Province are published. The intraspecific genetic variation for these species in Europe as well as L. leucozonium Schrank, 1781 and L. zonulum Smith, 1848 in Europe and America in comparison to Moscow Province material is discussed. Only E. fratellus show the great intraspecific variety. Some morphology variations are noted. Red metasoma colour forms in Moscow Province are presented only in E. albipes (Fabricius, 1781) and E. calceatus (Scopoli, 1763). Bilateral ginandromorf of L. leucozonium from Moscow Province is illustrated.
41L.V. Bolshakov, A.B. Ruchin, V.I. Piskunov, G.B. Semishin
To the fauna of Lepidoptera in the Republic of Mordovia. Addition 4.

SUMMARY. As a result for 2014 research, a list of 74 species of Lepidoptera from the Republic of Mordovia is presented, 71 of which are new to the fauna of the Republic, incl. 3 (Scythris inspersella (Hubner, [1817]), Cochylidia richteriana (Fischer von Roslerstamm, 1837), Notocelia trimaculana (Haworth, 1811)) are new to the fauna of the Middle Volga Region and 2 (Bryotropha galbanella (Zeller, 1839) and Epinotia pygmaeana (Hubner, [1799])) are new to the fauna of the Volga basin, occurence previously known after records by non-lepidopterists, is confirmed, the rest of the species included required further elucidation.
46L.V. Bolshakov, V.S. Okulov
Moths of Udmurtia. 6. Addiction to the lists of lower moths (Lepidoptera)

SUMMARY. An addition to the fauna of lower moths of the Udmurt Republic is presented. It includes 30 species, 10 of which are cited for the first time. to republic, incl. 9 – to Middle Cis-Uralia and to “Southern European taiga region” of the “Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Russia” [2008], occurence previously known after old records, is confirmed, the rest of the species included required further elucidation.

Nature conservation problems

49S.K. Korb
On the Lepidoptera in the second edition of the Red Data Book of the Nizhny Novgorod Province [2014]


Short communications

54A.S. Sazhnev
The additional data to the darkling beetle fauna (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) of Saratov Province.


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