Dávid Murányi

Dávid Murányi
Eszterházy Károly Egyetem · Department of Zoology

PhD

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June 2015 - present
Ehime University
Position
  • JSPS research fellow
Description
  • Postdoctoral fellowship for Overseas researchers, awarded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, for the period 06.2015-12.2016.
December 2003 - present
Hungarian Natural History Museum
Position
  • museologist
Education
September 2000 - November 2009
Eötvös Loránd University
Field of study
  • Biological sciences, Taxonomy

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Publications (144)
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Three new species of the genus Nemoura Latreille, 1796: Nemoura alticalcaneum Mo, Wang & Li, sp. n., Nemoura ganeum Mo, Yang & Li, sp. n. and Nemoura tauripitis Mo, Li & Murányi, sp. n., are described from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China. Eight new province records from Guangxi, two new province records from Guangdong and one new province...
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Nowadays, the position of Peltoperlidae in Systellognatha has been resolved based on morphological analyses. However, there are different opinions based on molecular data. To date, only three peltoperlid mitogenomes are available, and more sampling is needed to obtain precise phylogenetic relationships. In this study, we obtained the complete mitog...
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Systellognatha is a monophyletic group within stoneflies containing seven families in two superfamilies. However, the family–level phylogeny within Systellognatha is largely unresolved, with some controversial hypotheses generated by molecular data. In this study, we sequenced one complete and three nearly complete mitochondrial genomes (mitogenome...
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Taeniopterygidae is a medium-sized family of stoneflies. The phylogeny of Taeniopterygidae was widely accepted based on the morphological analyses. However, there are different opinions based on molecular data. To date, only two taeniopterygid mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes) were available, and more sampling is needed to obtain precise phylogen...
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The larva of the Balkan microendemic Isoperla vevcianensis Ikonomov, 1980 (Plecoptera: Perlodidae: Isoperlinae) is described on the basis of larvae associated with adults by means of cox1 sequences similarities. Eggs and everted penis of the male are described for the first time. The larva possessed blunt paraprocts which were previously sharp amon...
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Capniella gibba sp. n., the fourth species of the small East Palaearctic winter stonefly genus Capniella Klapálek, 1920 is described on the basis of male adults collected in the Odaesan Mts, Republic of Korea. Affinities of the new species is discussed, and characters are compared to congeners. This is the 96th stonefly species known from the Korea...
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Two species of the genus Neoperla (Plecoptera: Perlidae) are described as new: Neoperla annulatispina Mo, Li & Wang, sp. nov. from Guangdong and Neoperla similidelphina Mo, Li & Murányi, sp. nov. from Guangxi. Distinctness of Neoperla annulatispina from morphologically similar Neoperla nigromarginata Li & Zhang, 2014 was confirmed by comparing COI...
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Two new nemourid species, Amphinemura meizhouensis sp. n. and A. tulipa sp. n., are described from Guangdong Province and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, respectively. Four larvae of the stonefly subfamily Amphinemurinae, A. bifascia Mo, Wang, Yang & Li, 2020, A. hamiornata Li & Yang, 2008, A. yao Mo, Yang, Wang & Li, 2017, and Indonemoura scalpr...
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We report a new species and new records of Neoperla species from the Philippines. Neoperla pangantihoni sp. n. from Palawan is described, and for the first time, a stonefly species, N. atropennis Banks, 1924, is recorded from Camiguin. We also provide supplementary descriptions for N. recta Banks, 1913, N. sabang Sivec & Stark, 2011, and N. salakot...
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One poorly known and two new species of the Cryptoperla formosana species group from China, C. aculeata (Wu, 1973), C. bicornata sp. nov., and C. cunicidata sp. nov. are presented. Cryptoperla bicornata is the first record of the genus from Henan Province, while C. cunicidata is a new generic and family record for Guangdong Province. A complementar...
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Two new species, Flavoperla retusata Mo, Li & Wang, sp. nov. and F. yangi Mo, Li & Murányi, sp. nov. are proposed from the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southern China. Distinctness of the new species is based on morphological characters and DNA sequence comparisons with their closest known relative, F. galerispina Mo, Wang & Li, 2020. The ta...
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Three species of the Neoperla montivaga group are described from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southern China, including two new species, N. falcatata sp. nov. and N. shangsiensis sp. nov. , and a new record for Guangxi: N. bilineata Wu & Claassen, 1934. Illustrations and color images are provided for the three species mentioned above, and th...
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Three species of the Neoperlamontivaga group are described from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southern China, including two new species, N.falcatata sp. nov. and N.shangsiensis sp. nov., and a new record for Guangxi: N.bilineata Wu & Claassen, 1934. Illustrations and color images are provided for the three species mentioned above, and the new...
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Known Plecoptera data published from Azerbaijan are critically reviewed. New records of 28 species are enumerated on the basis of specimens collected between 2017 and 2019, among them 16 are new for the fauna of Azerbaijan. Nemoura irani Aubert, 1964 is new for the whole Caucasian region, Leuctra sanainica Zhiltzova, 1960 and Plesioperla sakartvell...
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Isoperla nagyi sp. n. is described on the basis of morphology of male and female adults and eggs. The new species is classified as an isolated species within the West Palaearctic Isoperla . It was found in the lower elevations of the Ţarcu Mts that is forming a high range of the westernmost Southern Carpathians. Further contributions are given on t...
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The genus Amphinemura belongs to the family Nemouridae (Plecoptera) and has 205 species in the Holarctic and Oriental Regions. We sequenced the fourth complete mitochondrial genome of A. bulla Shimizu, 1997. The mitogenome is 15,827 bp long with 37 genes plus a control region with an A + T content of 68.9%. There are 10 intergenic spacers (75 bp to...
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The family-level relationships within Plecoptera have been a focused area of research for a long time. Its higher classification remains unstable, and the phylogenetic relationships within Plecoptera should be re-examined. Here, we sequenced and analyzed two complete mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes) of Paraleuctra cercia and Perlomyia isobeae of...
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Faunistic records of 19 species of the family Dolichopodidae from Azerbaijan and Georgia are given. Two species and one subspecies are new for Transcaucasia (Campsicnemus umbripennis hispanicus Strobl, 1899, Neurigona pallida (Fallén, 1823) and Syntormon pennatum Ringdahl, 1920). Chrysotimus molliculus (Fallén, 1823) represents a new record for Aze...
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Two new species of the genus Amphinemura in the sinensis species group, A. retusilobata sp. n. and A. simifleurdelia sp. n. are proposed from Guangdong Province and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southern China, based on adults of both sexes. The new species are compared to related taxa and distribution map for the A. sinensis group is given.
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Cincticostella tornata , a new species of Ephemerellidae, is described from China. It belongs to the insolta -species group and is closely related to C. femorata . It is hitherto only known from its type locality in central China, more than 1000 km northern to the known distribution of C. femorata . In addition, the COI barcode of the new species i...
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To obtain a better understanding of the mitochondrial genome in Perlodidae and the phylogeny of Perloidea, we sequenced two perlodid mitochondrial genomes and present comparative analyses in the family Perlodidae. Our results show that genome organization, base composition, codon usage and non-coding and overlapping regions, the sequences of mitoch...
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A new species of the Oriental Perlidae genus Neoperlops Banks, 1939, Neoperlops triangulatus sp. nov. is described from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southern China. Neoperlops gressitti Banks, 1939 is redescribed, and recorded from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region for the first time. Neoperlops huanghuye (Chen, 2020) comb. n., recently descr...
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A remarkable new genus and species of Nemourinae, Sinonemura balangshana gen. et sp. n., is described from Balang Mountains, Sichuan, southwestern China. The description is based on morphology and molecular data. The Nemourinae genera related to the new taxon are re-evaluated on the basis of comparative functional morphology of male epiproct. Notes...
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This study examines the rate of female answers to conspecific versus heterospecific male vibratory calls in three, closely related stonefly species: Zwicknia bifrons, Z. acuta and Z. rupprechti. In a previous study those three species were recognised on the basis of their distinct male drumming calls along with differences in genital morphology and...
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A new species of the genus Protonemura Kempny, 1898 (Plecoptera: Nemouridae: Amphinemurinae) is described from the Ishizuchi Range of Shikoku Island, Japan, based on the male, female and Co1 sequences. Protonemura shimizui Murányi & Gamboa sp. n. belongs to the P. orbiculata species group sensu Shimizu, 1998. The new species appears to be limited t...
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New and interesting records of 60 Diptera species in ten families, namely Anisopodidae, Blephariceridae, Campichoetidae, Dixidae, Drosophilidae, Limoniidae, Lonchopteridae, Pediciidae, Psychodidae and Scatopsidae, are presented in this paper based on the specimens collected in Azerbaijan and Georgia. A total of 26 species are recorded for the first...
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Electronic supplementary material 1 to the article: Oboňa J., Dvořák L., Haenni J.-P., Hrivniak Ľ., Japoshvili B., Ježek J., Kerimova I., Máca J., Murányi D., Rendoš M., Słowińska I., Snegovaya N., Starý J. & Manko P. 2019. New and interesting records of Diptera from Azerbaijan and Georgia. Zoosystematica Rossica, 28(2): 277–295.
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Electronic supplementary material 2 to the article: Oboňa J., Dvořák L., Haenni J.-P., Hrivniak Ľ., Japoshvili B., Ježek J., Kerimova I., Máca J., Murányi D., Rendoš M., Słowińska I., Snegovaya N., Starý J. & Manko P. 2019. New and interesting records of Diptera from Azerbaijan and Georgia. Zoosystematica Rossica, 28(2): 277–295.
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Faunistic records of 41 species from 13 Diptera families (Bibionidae, Cylindrotomidae, Dixidae, Empididae, Heleomyzidae, Hybotidae, Lauxaniidae, Limoniidae, Lonchopteridae, Pediciidae, Psychodidae, Ptychopteridae, and Rhagionidae) are presented. Among them, seven species are new to the fauna of Poland territory: Ula (Ula) mixta STARÝ, 1983 (Pedicii...
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The holotype male of Peltoperlopsis sagittata sp. n. is described from Yunnan Province of southwestern China. The new species represents the third taxon of this peltoperlid genus known from China.
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A new species of the species rich Asian perlid genus Kamimuria Klapálek, K. peppapiggia sp. n. from Henan Province of northwestern China, is described based on the male, female, larva, and egg. Relationship with congeners are discussed based on morphological characters. The new species is a possible remnant of the once diverse lowland aquatic fauna...
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The first list of the species-group taxa of stoneflies (Plecoptera) of Bulgaria is presented based on litera-ture and supplemented by unpublished data of the present authors. This survey includes103 species and six subspecies, belonging to 23 genera and seven families. Three taxa, Brachyptera beali beali (Navás, 1923), Protonemura rauschi Theischin...
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Two new species of the perlid genus Hemacroneuria Enderlein, 1909, H. elongata sp. nov. and H. ovalis sp. nov. are described from Sichuan and Zhejiang provinces of China, respectively. A poorly known Sichuan species, H. spatulata (Wu 1948) comb. nov. is transferred from Kiotina Klapálek, 1907 to Hemacroneuria, and an additional species known only f...
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A remarkable new species of the genus Kiotina Klapálek, 1907 is described, K. bilobata sp. nov. both from Guangdong and Zhejiang provinces of China. The taxonomic relationships with related species are discussed in this paper.
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Background Ixodes collaris Hornok, 2016 is a recently discovered tick species associated with bats in Asia. This study provides the description of the male and the larva, as well as high quality drawings of all stages. Methods Ticks were collected from cave walls and bats in Phia Oac (Vietnam). DNA was extracted from one individual of each stage/s...
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Two new species of Nemouridae of the genus Indonemoura Baumann, 1975, Indonemouraquadratasp. n. and Indonemouraquadrispinasp. n. , are described from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of southern China, on the basis of both sexes and larval stage. The affinities towards related species are discussed, together with generic characters of the larvae. I...
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The generation of the high species diversity of insects in Japan was profoundly influenced by the formation of the Japanese Archipelago. We explored the species diversification and biogeographical history of the Nemouridae Billberg, 1820 family in the Japanese Archipelago using mitochondrial DNA and nuclear DNA markers. We collected 49 species amon...
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Putative formation of the Japanese Archipelago [2], [3], [4], [5]. (A) Around 30 to 130 Ma, the Japanese landmasses were located in two major tectonic plates from the Eurasian continent. (B) Around 15 to 30 Ma, the Japanese landmasses began to separate from Eurasia and the North American Plates began to separate from the Eurasian continent, and rem...
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Location information of the samples of East Asia Nemouridae. Numbers of individuals (N), presence of male (M), female (F) and imago (im), DNA-species delimitation (GMYC). (DOCX)
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Two new species of the genus Amphinemura , A.albicaudasp. n. and A.dingoideasp. n. from the southern Qinling Mountains, Foping County of Shaanxi Province, western China, are described based on both sexes and the larval stage. The new species are compared with related taxa, and the A.sinensis species group is defined for an Oriental lineage of the g...
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Cimex lectularius, the common bedbug is an important, emerging pest of both veterinary and medical importance. Here a recently discovered, genetically distinct new species of the C. lectularius group is described morphologically, as Cimex pulveratus Hornok sp. nov.
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The generation of the high species diversity of insects in Japan was profoundly influenced by the formation of the Japanese Archipelago. We explored the species diversification and biogeographical history of the Nemouridae family in the Japanese Archipelago using mitochondrial DNA and nuclear DNA markers. We collected 49 species among four genera:...
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Cryptoperla teana sp. n. is described from male and female adults, larvae, and exuviae collected on the plateau of the Daming Mountains, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, of southern China. The present discovery represents the first record of the family Peltoperlidae in Guangxi. The distribution of its congeners is illustrated on a map.
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To obtain a better understanding of the mitochondrial genome in Perlodidae and the phylogeny of Perloidea, we sequenced two perlodid mitochondrial genomes and present comparative analyses in the family Perlodidae. Our results show that genome organization, base composition, codon usage and non-coding and overlapping regions, the sequences of mitoch...
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Zoobenthos is an important component of the aquatic ecosystems of the Lake Skadar basin and represents a reliable bioindicator of environmental degradation. In Lake Skadar, the zoobenthos communities exhibit different patterns with regard to abundance and community composition in the nearshore and the open lake zones. The greatest diversity of bent...
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Four aphid species Anoecia (Anoecia) corni (Fabricius, 1775), Amphorophora (Amphorophora) ampullata Buckton, 1876, Pterocomma italica Barbagallo & Stroyan, 1978 and Lachnus pallipes (Hartig, 1841) are reported for the first time from the (FY) Republic of Macedonia. All represents the first species of their genus from the country, as well as the fir...
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Taxonomy is a scientific discipline that has provided the universal naming and classification system of biodiversity for centuries and continues effectively to accommodate new knowledge. A recent publication by Garnett and Christidis [1] expressed concerns regarding the difficulty that taxonomic changes represent for conservation efforts and propos...
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Sinacroneuria obscura Li & Murányi, sp. n. is proposed from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, southcentral China. The new species is described on the basis of male adult, male and female larvae, and drumming signal. This new taxon is compared with related congeners. Sinacroneuria acuticornis Uchida, sp. n. is proposed to validate the manuscript nam...
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Two new species of Korean needleflies, Perlomyia koreana sp. n. and P. lamellata sp. n. are described from North and South Korea. Additionally, two species, Paraleuctra paramalaisei sp. n. and Perlomyia baei sp. n. are described from South Korea. The previously unknown male of Perlomyia martynovi (Zhiltzova, 1975) is described from South Korean spe...
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Two new species of the genus Protonemura (Plecoptera: Nemouridae: Amphinemurinae) are described from China, P. bifurcata sp. n. from a holotype male from Taiwan and P. datongensis sp. n. from males and females collected in Datong County of the high altitude Tibetan Plateau of Qinghai Province, China. The new taxa are compared with related congeners...
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In the recent annotated catalogue of the Turkish Plecoptera, the fauna of Anatolia are considered remarkably rich with 32 micro-endemic species currently recorded (Darilmaz et al. 2016). The major hot spot is the Pontus, the eastern Black Sea region of Turkey. Nearly half of these micro-endemic stonefly species are only known from this region. The...
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The species of Leuctridae (Plecoptera) from Guangxi, China are reviewed. Two species of Rhopalopsole are described as new to science, R. cestroidea sp. nov. and R. triangulis sp. nov., belonging to the R. vietnamica group and the R. magnicerca group, respectively. Six species of Leuctridae are now known for Guangxi including two additional species...
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Types of five of the six Plecoptera species described by Émile Blanchard and the holotype of the single stonefly described by Jules François Mabille were discovered in the National Museum Prague, Czech Republic. The identity of P. myrmidon Mabille, 1891 and P. pictetii Blanchard, 1854 are confirmed as Potamoperla myrmidon and Pictetoperla gayi (Pic...
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We contribute new information on the taxonomy and biology of two recently described Balkan endemic stonefly species of the genus Isoperla Banks, 1906 (Plecoptera: Perlodidae). The hitherto unknown larva of Isoperla pesici Murányi, 2011 can be distinguished from related species on the basis of more laterally positioned abdominal stripes, and the lon...
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The monotypic Taiwanese genus Mesoperla Klapálek, 1913 is redescribed on the basis of a male syntype specimen, and its affinities are re-evaluated. The single female type specimen of further two Oriental monotypic genera, Kalidasia Klapálek, 1914 and Nirvania Klapálek, 1914, are confirmed to be lost or destroyed respectively; both genera are consid...
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Three species of stoneflies are reported for the first time from the Korean Peninsula: Pictetiella asiatica Zwick & Levanidova, 1971, Xanthoneuria unimaculata (Zhiltzova, 1979) and a new species of the genus Sweltsa Ricker, 1943. The widespread temperate Asian species, P. asiatica, represents the first record of the Transpacific genus Pictetiella I...
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An overview of the Greek stonefly (Plecoptera) fauna is presented as an annotated index of all available published records. These records have resulted in an updated species list reflecting current taxonomy and species distributions of the Greek peninsula and islands. Currently, a total of 71 species and seven subspecies belonging to seven families...