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(Published 28.09.2023)

Systematics and zoogeography

3 S.K. Korb, Yu.Yu. Stshetkin
A new species of Neopterodonta Eitschberger, 1999 (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) from Tajikistan

SUMMARY. A new species, Neopterodonta zolotuchini Yu.Yu. Stshetkin et Korb, sp. n., is described. Its type locality is: Tajikistan, Peter the Great Mts., near Ganishou, 2070 m. This new species differs from the closely related N. kuldjaensis (Graeser, 1892) and N. gurkoi Melichar et Řezáč, 2013 by the wing pattern (it is lighter than in N. kuldjaensis and having wider marginal border on hindwing than in N. gurkoi) and by the male genitalia, especially by the shape of sacculus which in the new species is cog-formish when in two other species it is rectangular or oval.

Ecology and faunistics

6 V.O. Kozminykh
The Catalogue of true bugs (Heteroptera) of the Urals and adjacent territories. Part 2

SUMMARY. The 2nd Chapter of the Catalogue of true bugs (Heteroptera) of the Urals Region with adjacent territories of East European Russia, West Siberia and North-West Kazakhstan is herein presented, and 426 species of true bugs are totally listed. Among them the following taxa of true bugs of the Urals fauna are included in this part of the Catalogue. Numbered are 327 Heteroptera species from 5 families and 2 infraorders: 277 species from 2 families of Cimicomorpha, namely 219 Miridae, including 3 subfamilies (92 Mirinae, 50 Orthotylinae, 77 Phylinae), and 58 Tingidae, as well as 50 species from 3 families of Pentatomomorpha, i. e. 22 Aradidae, 9 Acanthosomatidae, 19 Cydnidae. Besides being listed, Ochetostethus opacus (Scholtz, 1847) (Cydnidae) is recorded for the first time at the Central Urals (in Perm Area, the Perm City). Closterotomus fulvomaculatus (De Geer, 1773) and Liocoris tripustulatus (Fabricius, 1781) (Miridae) are first recorded for the Perm City.
46L.V. Bolshakov, N.N. Ismagilov, N.I. Kamaletdinov, R.A. Kutushev
Moths (Lepidoptera) of the Republic of Tatarstan. Addition 1

SUMMARY. As a result of entomological research in the Republic of Tatarstan for 2022 inclusive, a list of 170 species of lepidoptera is given, 71 of which are new for this territory, including 8 (Cochylimorpha meridiana (Staudinger, 1859), Acleris permutana (Duponchel, 1836), Celypha rurestrana (Duponchel, [1843]), Pempelia alpigenella (Duponchel, 1836), Episcythrastis tabidella (Mann, 1864), Asalebria ferruginella (Zerny, 1914), Cucullia xeranthemi Boisduval, 1840, Egira anatolica (M. Hering, 1933)) new to the Middle Volga region; 6 (Endothenia lapideana (Herrich-Schäffer, 1851), Phiaris turfosana (Herrich-Schäffer, [1851]), Pempeliella bulgarica Slamka et Plant, 2016, Phycitodes inquinatella (Raganot, 1887), Epirrhoe tartuensis (Möls, 1965), Athetis correpta (Püngeler, 1907)) new to the Volga basin, Chiasmia saburraria (Eversmann, 1851) new to Europe. In addition, 30 species are confirmed for the fauna of the Republic after old or questionable indications, and modern material is provided for 65 species known from old data. Two species, Euzophera pinguis (Haworth, 1811) and Euzophera costivittella Ragonot, 1887, previously identified erroneously, are currently excluded from the fauna of the Republic of Tatarstan. In addition, 2 species, Eupithecia nanata (Hübner, [1813]) and Cirrhia gilvago ([Denis et Schiffermüller], 1775), are transferred to the list of species in need of confirmation by modern material.

Short ecofaunistic notes

67N.V. Borisova, N.A.Vasilyeva, E.I. Konovalenko
On findings of Megascolia maculata (Drury, 1773) (Hymenoptera: Scoliidae) in the Chuvash Republic urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:D2208360-F3CA-42B2-9057-CCA6960864CA
68V.N. Makarkin
First record of Chrysoperla furcifera Okamoto, 1914 (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) from Russia based on a photograph urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:4D2828B5-0BC5-4401-A6EE-AFC2DB687F95
69A.A. Zatakovoy, S.K. Korb
Additions and clarifications to the list of Lepidoptera of the Nizhny Novgorod Province urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:43D4603E-2066-4A94-AFC0-37D5174647E0

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