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Wilfried R. Arnscheid and Michael Weidlich

distal third of forewing. Distribution . Widely distributed in southern and central Europe, from Portugal, Spain and Italy including most Mediterranean islands eastwards to the Balkans. Records from Russia ( Sauter & Hättenschwiler, 1996 : 46) are not mentioned by Sinev & Lovtsova (2008) . Assumed

Taeman Han, Seung-Hyun Kim, Hyung Joo Yoon, In Gyun Park and Haechul Park

.D.N. , Hausmann A. , Kohler F. & Balke M. ( 2015 ) A comprehensive DNA barcode database for central European beetles with a focus on Germany: adding more than 3500 identified species to BOLD . Mol. Ecol. Resour. , 15 , 795 – 818. Hirashima Y. ( 1989 ) A Check List

Laura Likov, Ante Vujić, Nataša Kočiš Tubić, Mihajla Đan, Nevena Veličković, Santos Rojo, Celeste Pérez-Bañón, Sanja Veselić, Anatolij Barkalov, Rüstem Hayat and Snežana Radenković

region. Merodon nigritarsis species group comprises taxa with a mainly mountainous distribution, mostly on the Balkan, Anatolian, Apennine and Iberian Peninsulas, in central Europe as well as the Middle and Near East. The richest localities with the presence of more than 8 different species are

Javier H. Santos-Santos, Mireia Guinovart-Castán and David R. Vieites

.V. ( 1972 ) Tertiary Frogs From Central Europe . Academia , Prague , 286 pp. Summers A.P. & Koob T.J. ( 2002 ) The evolution of tendon—morphology and material properties . Comp. Biochem. Phys. A , 133 , 1159 – 1170 . Trueb L. ( 1968 a) Variation in the tree

Arnd Schreiber and Peter Fakler

- served in populations from eastern Europe (SOKOLOV et al., 1986). How- ever, populations from the southern regions of Central Europe and from southeastern and southern Europe (HARTL et al., 1991, 1993; LORENZINI et al., 1993) differ by being more variable. The low level of population subdivision of the

Christopher Wilkinson, Erik J. VAN NIEUKERKEN, Georgina Bryan and Steph B.J. Menken

Sanguisorba spp., but this probably refers to a Central European form, described under several names, such as schleichiella Frey, the status of which is still under study. Hence it is here excluded from the treat- ment of E. angulifasciella. 219 Fig. 13. Dendogram based on nine enzyme loci between four

A. Den Dulk and H.C. Redeke

Central Europe and on the British Isles. Two of them however deserve special consideration. Isocypris priomena. - The occurrence of this handsome Ostracod is of considerable interest since it has not previously been recorded from Northwestern Europe. It was first described by G. W. MULLER (igo8), who

A.A. Mabelis and J. Korczynska

least in the sandy areas of west and central Europe, where most F. truncorum colonies are monodomous and largely also monogynous. So F. truncorum queens should have a greater chance to become adopted by F. fusca than F. rufa and F. polyctena. Adoption experiments can solve this problem. KEY WORDS

Sonja Fuhrmann and Oliver Betz

to a large extent to the understanding of their life strategies, only sparse comparative information about the life cycle and life history traits in Stenus species is available. According to LARSEN (1959, 1963) and WEINREICH (1968), in Central Europe the imagines are long-lived and iteroparous and

J.P. Thome, M. Tans, J.L. Hugla, R. Rosoux and R.M. Libois

, western, and central Europe (MASON, 1989). Although many regression factors have adversely affected populations, such as habitat destruction, anthropic activities, and accidents (Rosoux & LIBOIS, 1994), the strong decline of otters seems to have partly been caused by pollutants, especially PCBs (MACDONALD