ЭНТОМОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ ИССЛЕДОВАНИЯ В РОССИИ И СОСЕДНИХ РЕГИОНАХ
Supplement 5 (2015)
G.A. Anufriev, T.U. Rakhimov
entomological expedition of 2014 to arid regions of Uzbekistan
SUMMARY. The data about purposes, memberships and
the rout of the expedition with list of working sites.
New data on Cicadina-fauna (Hemiptera) of Uzbekistan obtained in April 2014
SUMMARY. Data on 40 species of Cicadina
collected in Uzbekistan in April 2014, 6 of them [Delphacodes caphnodes
(Scott, 1870), Paradelphacodes paludosus (Flor, 1861), Bergevina ahngeri
(Melichar, 1902), Goniagnathus turkestanicus Kusnezov, 1929, Neoaliturus
pulcher (Haupt, 1927), Pedarium ruderale Emeljanov, 1961] are recorded from
the territory of the country for the first time. Three new species are
described: Achrus maculatus Anufriev, sp. n., A. similis Anufriev, sp. n.
and A. pallens Anufriev, sp. n. New synonymy: Herbalima (Pherancyra)
eforiae (Dlabola, 1961) (= Calligypona kirghisica Dubovsky, 1966, syn. n.);
Psammotettix striatus (Linnaeus, 1758) (= alimdzhanovi Dubovsky, 1966, syn.
n.). Dalus ferganensis (Dubovsky, 1966), comb. n. is transferred from the
genus Paramacroceps, Viridicerus hippophaes (Dubovsky, 1966), comb. n., V.
montanus (Mitjaev, 1970), comb. n., V. pallidus (Mitjaev, 1970), comb. n.
are transferred from the genus Idiocerus s. l.
Prosvirov, Ya.N. Kovalenko
Click-beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae) from Uzbekistan collected by joint
Russian-Uzbek expedition 2014.
SUMMARY. Review of click-beetles
from Uzbekistan collected by joint Russian-Uzbek expedition 2014 is given.
Totally 14 species are treated (1 species from genus Reitterelater was not
included in the review, because it had still not been exactly identified).
Two species (Cardiophorus discicollis (Herbst, 1806), C. tarbinskyi Dolin,
1998) were indicated for Uzbekistan for the first time. In addition to
general faunistic information some notes concerning morphology and ecology
of certain species also contributed. Aedeagus of Cardiophorus picticollis
Kraatz, 1882 is figured for the first time, for several species the same
structures are more exactly illustrated. Besides more or less common and
widely distributed in Central Asia species (Aeolosomus rossii (Germar,
1844), Drasterius figuratus (Germar, 1844), Agriotes meticulosus
Candèze, 1863, Agriotes squalidus vesperalis Gurjeva, 1972, Melanotus
acuminatus Reitter, 1891, Cardiophorus hauseri Schwarz, 1900, Cardiophorus
nigricollis Erichson, 1840) several rare and little-known species are also
presented in material: – Melanotus morbosus Candèze, 1886: rather
rare Central Asian species with little-known distribution. – Melanotus
remissus Gurjeva, 1989: previously was known only by original description
from Jizzakh region of Uzbekistan. New material was collected approximately
at the same territory as type series. In Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera
[Cate et al., 2007] this species was erroneously indicated from territory
of Tajikistan. – Cardiophorus discicollis (Herbst, 1806) is rather common
species in West Palaearctic region, but not so typical in Central Asia. It
is for the first time indicated for the territory of Uzbekistan. –
Cardiophorus glasunovi Gurjeva, 1966: previously was known only by original
description from environs of Nuratau Mtr. in Uzbekistan. In newly collected
material one specimen was gathered at environs of Zeravshan Mtr., this
extended areal of C. glasunovi Gurjeva, 1966 to north-west. In Catalogue of
Palaearctic Coleoptera [Cate et al., 2007] this species was erroneously
indicated from territory of Tajikistan. – Cardiophorus picticollis Kraatz,
1882: known from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. There are little information
about this species, we provide photography of a beetle and for the first
time give drawing of its aedeagus. – Cardiophorus tarbinskyi Dolin, 1998:
this species was known only by original description from Kyrgyzstan and
adjacent territory of Kazakhstan. In Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera
[Cate et al., 2007] this species was indicated only from territory of
Kyrgyzstan. It is for the first time indicated for the territory of
Uzbekistan. – Cardiophorus lopatini Gurjeva, 1966: this species was known
only by original description from Surkhandarya region of Uzbekistan. New
material was collected near type locality. In Catalogue of Palaearctic
Coleoptera [Cate et al., 2007] this species was erroneously indicated from
territory of Tajikistan.
L.V. Egorov, T.U. Rakhimov
Materials to the knowledge of darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)
SUMMARY. On the territory of
Jizzakh, Kashkadarya, Navoi and Surkhandarya regions of Uzbekistan 44
of darkling beetles from 32
genera were identified. The vast majority of species is indicated for the
studied areas for
the first time, and 7 species
and 1 subspecies – for the first time in Uzbekistan. The basis of fauna is
formed by species
of Desert-Turanian faunal
M.V. Mokrousov, V.A. Zryanin
Materials on the early spring wasps and ants fauna
of Uzbekistan (Hymenoptera: Vespomorpha: Chrysidoidea, Scolioidea,
Pompiloidea, Vespoidea, Apoidea [Spheciformes], Formicoidea)
SUMMARY: As a result of expedition to the Republic
of Uzbekistan in April 2014 74 species of wasps and ants (Hymenoptera:
Vespomorpha) related to 12 families 6 superfamilies were identified, 14 of
them recorded for the first time in the fauna of Uzbekistan. For
Pareiocurgus latigena (F. Morawitz, 1893), stat. rest. (Pompilidae) the
species status is restored.
M. V. Mokrousov
Description of the male of Sapyga raddi Kurzenko,
1986 (Hymenoptera: Sapygidae)
SUMMARY. Description and
color illustrations of a previously unknown male Sapyga raddi Kurzenko,
1986, collected in Uzbekistan, are given for the first time.
M. V. Mokrousov
Description of the male and redescription of the
female of Microdynerus rubronotatus (Kostylev, 1940) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae)
SUMMARY. For the first time
the description of the male Microdynerus rubronotatus (Kostylev, 1940) is
Just redescription of
nominate subspecies of female is given. Taxonomic status of Microdynerus
2000, stat. n. is changed.
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