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Author(s): Oláh, J.
Title: New species and new records of Palaearctic Trichoptera in the material of the Hungarian Natural History Museum
Year: 2010
Volume: 102
Pages: 65-117.

Abstract: 223 Trichoptera species were determined from the Palaearctic material of the Hungarian Natural History Museum collected in Iran, Pakistan, Kazahstan, and from several countries along the Mediterranean Sea. Fifteen new species are described: Wormaldia albanica sp. n. (Albania), Pseudoneureclipsis adiabenorum sp. n. (Iran), Pseudoneureclipsis parthus sp. n. (Iran), Tinodes andrasi sp. n. (Croatia), Tinodes urdhva sp. n. (Albania), Rhyacophila akutila sp. n. (Bulgaria), Rhyacophila liutika sp. n. (Macedonia), Rhyacophila masula sp. n. (Iran), Lepidostoma yuechiorum sp. n. (Kazakhstan), Drusus arbanios sp. n. (Albania), Drusus dacothracus sp. n. (Albania), Drusus illyricus sp. n. (Albania), Drusus muranyorum sp. n. (Greece), Drusus pelasgus sp. n. (Albania) and Notidobia nogradorumsp. n. (Albania) Three species are redrawn: Wormaldia subnigra MCLACHLAN, 1865 (from Albania), Rhyacophila brevifurcata KUMANSKI, 1986 (from Montenegro) and Allogamus auricollis (PICTET, 1834) (from Montenegro). With 76 figures.
Keywords: Hungary, Iran, Crustacea, Romania, Albania, Greece, Mongolia, Borbás, Italy, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Trichoptera, caddisflies, France, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Macedonia, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey
Subject: zoology

Journal: Annales historico-naturales Musei nationalis hungarici
Journal abbreviation: Annls hist.-nat. Mus. nat. hung.
ISSN: 0521-4726
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Matskási, I. & Merkl, O.