Peter Wiberg-Larsen

112 Revised key to larvae of Beraeidae in NW Europe (Trichoptera) PETER WIBERG-LARSEN Collected larvae and larvae reared out to adults were used to construct a revised key to the larvae of Beraeidae in NW Europe. Additional taxonomic notes for the safe separation of the larvae are also provided

Menno Reemer

the occurrence of a large number of undescribed taxa. Identification keys to genera of Microdontinae of the world have been published by Hull ( 1949 ), Cheng & Thompson ( 2008 ) and Reemer & Ståhls (2013a). Thompson ( 1969 ) and Thompson et al. ( 2010 ) presented keys to, respectively, Neotropical

Ivana Karanovic

Strandesia kimberleyi n. sp. is described from subterranean waters of the Kimberley Region (Western Australia). It belongs to the group of relatively elongated Strandesia Stuhlmann, 1888 species, with no projection on the carapace and with a finely serrated posterior margin of the CR and its claws. The new species is characterized by the asymmetrical valves, elongated terminal segment of the maxillular palp, and the presence of a sensory organ antero-proximally on the first segment of the antennula. This is the first time that this organ is reported in the genus Strandesia. Strandesia purpurascens (Brady, 1886) is redescribed, while for S. variegata (Sars, 1901) and S. obliqua (Brady, 1868) some additional notes on the morphology are provided. A key to identification of 67 species of Strandesia is here given. This number includes a new species and two new combinations (S. iheringi (Sars, 1901) comb. nov., and S. mollis (Furtos, 1936) comb. nov.). Strandesia ewaldi is proposed as a nomen novum for S. labiata Roessler, 1990, while 31 species are proposed to be synonyms.

Lars Vilhelmsen, Stephan M. Blank, Zhiwei Liu and David R. Smith

occurs, possibly multiple times in the case of the Palaearctic. The orussid fauna in the western Palaearctic and in the Nearctic are comparatively well known and have been treated in the surveys of Kraus (1998) and Middlekauff (1983) , respectively. Vilhelmsen (2003) published a key for the world

Xiao-Long Lin, Elisabeth Stur and Torbjørn Ekrem

complexes, diagnose and describe them based on morphology and DNA barcodes, and provide keys to adult males and pupae. Materials and methods We examined the nominal types of T . heusdensis , T . ikicedeus , T . manlyensis , T . neotamaoctavus , T . reei and T . tamaduodecimus

Yao A. Kolombia, Gerrit Karssen, Nicole Viaene, P. Lava Kumar, Lisa Joos, Danny L. Coyne and Wim Bert

phylogenetic interrelations to delimit species; and iii ) to develop a morphological key for species of Scutellonema . Materials and methods Nematode samples Nematode populations used in this study were isolated from yam rhizosphere and yam tubers taken from farmers’ fields and experimental plots in

Daniel Leduc and Zeng Qi Zhao

., 2009). Relationships among axonolaimid genera, however, have not yet been investigated using molecular tools. Here, we provide an updated list of species and a key for the identification of valid Odontophora species, and conduct preliminary analyses of phylogenetic relationships within the

H.K. Kaya, H.Y. Choo and S.P. Stock

AN ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODE, STEINERNEMA MONTICOLUM SP. N. (RHABDITIDA: STEINERNEMATIDAE) FROM KOREA WITH A KEY TO OTHER SPECIES BY S. P. STOCK1), H. Y. CHOO2) and H. K. KAYA1) 1)Department of Nematology University of California Davis, California 95616, USA; 2)Department of Agricultural

Reyes Peña-Santiago, Joaquín Abolafia, Thi Anh Duong Nguyen, Sergio Álvarez-Ortega and Ingrid Varela-Benavides

& Reydon, 1931 A. micrurus (von Daday, 1905) Peña-Santiago & Abolafia, 2016 = Dorylaimus micrurus von Daday, 1905 = Dorylaimus carteri micrurus von Daday, 1905 (Micoletzky, 1922) Key to species 1 Female tail comparatively shorter (c′ up to 0.8), rounded and with a short digitation

P.R. Burrows, W.M. Wouts, A. Schoemaker and D. Sturhan

HETERODERA SPINICAUDA SP. N. (NEMATODA: HETERODERIDAE) FROM MUD FLATS IN THE NETHERLANDS, WITH A KEY TO THE SPECIES OF THE H. A VENAE GROUP BY W. M. WOUTS1), A. SCHOEMAKER2), D. STURHAN3) and P. R. BURROWS4) 1) Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research N.Z., Private Bag 92170, Auckland, New Zealand; 2