Descriptions of three Mediterranean Psocidae: Blaste hilaris (Navas, 1907), Neopsocopsis aegyptiacus n.sp. and Ptycta hispanica n.sp. (Psocoptera)

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Abstract

Blaste hilaris from Spain is found to be a valid species. Neopsocopsis aegyptiacus of which the generic position is uncertain, is described from Egypt and Ptycta hispanica from Spain. This is the first species of the tropical genus Ptycta recorded from the Palaearctic Region.

Descriptions of three Mediterranean Psocidae: Blaste hilaris (Navas, 1907), Neopsocopsis aegyptiacus n.sp. and Ptycta hispanica n.sp. (Psocoptera)

in Insect Systematics & Evolution

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