Entomologica Scandinavica Supplement 31–40
now changed to Insect Systematics and Evolution Supplements
HANSSON, C. Revision of the New World species of Chrysocharis Förster (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae). 1987. 86 pp. SEK 65.
The Nearctic and Neotropical species of Chrysocharis Förster have been revised. The genus have been divided into 11 species groups and each group has been diagnosed. 61 species have been recognized: 30 have a Holarctic distribution (one of them also in the Neotropical region), 23 are exclusively Nearctic, 5 have been found in both the Nearctic and Neotropical regions and 4 are exclusively Neotropical species. 18 of the species are described as new.The other exclusively Nearctic and Neotropical species have been redescribed. All species are keyed. 24 new synonyms have been established and 5 lectotypes have been designated. Hosts have been identified for 47 spceis; the host preferences for each species are shown in a table and discussed. Geographi distribution is presented and discussed as well.
BENGTSON, S.-A. & ENCKELL, P. H. (Eds.): Island terrestrial invertebrates: Species composition, dispersal and faunal history. 1988. 88 pp. SEK 90.
BUCKLAND, P. C.: North Atlantic faunal connections — introductions or endemics?
LINDROTH, C. H.†, BENGTSON, S.-A. & ENCKELL, P. H.: A comparison of terrestrial invertebrate faunas in four isolated areas in Iceland.
ASHMOLE, M. J. & ASHMOLE, N. P.: Arthropod communities supported by biological fallout on recent lava flows in the Canary Islands.
RONQUIST, F. & NORDLANDER, G. Skeletal morphology of an archaic cynipoid, Ibalia rufipes (Hymenoptera: Ibalidae). 1989. 60 pp. SEK 80.
General terms of sceletal structures are defined and illustrated. The sceletal structures of Ibalia rufipes are defined to provide a basis of phylogenetic discussions of Cynipoidea.
WIEDERHOLM, T. (Ed.): Chironomidae of the Holarctic region. — Keys and diagnoses. Vol. 3. Male imagines.(Diptera). 1989. Hard-bound. 538 pp. SEK 325.
The third volume (cf. Suppl. 19 and 28) of this three volume series contains the same set of chapters as are found in Vols. 1 & 2, written by mostly the the same authors. References are combined from vols. 1 – 3.
SÆTHER, O. A. A revision of the genus Limnophyes Eaton from the Holarctic and Afrotropical regions (Diptera: Chironomidae, Orthocladiinae). 1990. 135 pp. SEK 160.
Generic diagnoses to all stages of the genus are given; a synapomorphic diagram is presented. Keys to all stages are given. type material of 50 species are reexamined, 15 n. spp. are described and several redescriptions are made. Also the pylogenetic and systematic position of species occurring outside the Holarctic and Afrotropical regions are discussed.
SCHARFF, N. Spiders of the family Linyphiidae from the Uzungwa mountains, Tanzania (Araneae). 1990. 100 pp. SEK 160.
A large number of newly collected Linyphiidae from the rain forests of Uzungwa mountains are revised. 25 new species are described and a number of synonyms and new combinations are proposed.
OLAFSSON, E. Taxonomic revision of western Palaearctic species of the genus Scatella R.-D. and Lamproscatella Hendel, and studies on their phylogenetic position within the subfamily Ephydrinae (Diptera, Ephydrinae). 1991. 100 pp. SEK 160.
The validity of Scatella thermarum from hot springs in Iceland is surveyed. To delimit the genus, representatives from all European genera of the subfamily Ephydrinae were included. The results are also presented in cladograms. 12 genera were found to be valid; 13 western Palaearctic species are regognized in Scatella. It is divided into 3 species-groups.
HANSSON, C. A catalogue of the Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera) described by C. G. Thomson, with a checklist of Swedish species. 1991. 70 pp. SEK 100.
The 395 species described by Thomson are catalogued. Eighty new lectotypes and 2 neotypes are designated here; a number of new comb. are listed for the first time. A checklist of the 1074 species known to occur in Sweden is given together with collecting data of 106 species new to Sweden.
MUONA, J. A revision of the Indomalesian tribe Galbitini new tribe (Coleoptera, Eucnemidae). 1991. 66 pp. SEK 100.
The new tribe Galbitini and the 4 genera contained therein are shown to be monophylectic. Descriptions, keys and distributional data are given for the known 41 species.
ENGHOFF, H. Dolichoiulus — a mostly Macaronesian multitude of millipedes. With a description of a related new genus from Tenerife, Canary Islands (Diplopoda, Julida, Julidae). 1992. 158 pp. SEK 225.
The genus is revised and found to include 56 species, most of which are endemic to the Macaronesian islands. Nearly all species are confined to a single island. A few species are endemic to continental west Mediterranean areas. A cladistic analysis of the species is presented, using both manual approach and the computer program Hennig86. The position of the genus within the subfamily Pachyiulinae is discussed, particularly in relation to Amblyiulus Silvestri, 1896, Japanoiulus Verhoeff, 1937, Afropachyiulus Schubart, 1960, Mesoiulus Berlese, 1886 and the n. gen. Keys and distribution maps are given. Fourtyone new species are described.