Grzegorz Gierlasiński

Grzegorz Gierlasiński
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Introduction
Grzegorz Gierlasiński does research in Entomology; Grzegorz is independent researcher, living in Bielsko-Biała and cooperating with Adam Mickiewicz Uniwersity; he's developing the project Heteroptera distribution in Poland. His main project is 'Terrestrial true-bugs (Heteroptera) of Poland'. In addition, he is interested in the ecology and faunistics of ants (Formicidae) and spiders (Araneae).

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Assassin bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) of Poland: systematic review, distribution, key to species]. This paper summarises the distribution of eleven species of the family Reduviidae in Poland basing on literature data and new records. Coranus aethiops is for the first time reported from Poland. Moreover, the key for identification of sp...
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Terrestrial true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of vicinity of Bielsko-Biała on the background of the previous knowledge about distribution of Heteroptera in Western Beskidy]. New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs on Western Beskidy are presented. In total, the paper presents the data concerning 218 species of Heteroptera col...
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Deraeocoris ventralis reuter, 1904 is recorded for the first time from Poland. Specimens of this species were collected in the years 2009-2018 at several sites located in three zoogeographic regions: Mazowiecka Lowland, Trzebnickie Hills and Wielkopolsko-Kujawska Lowland. In addition, new sites for 9 other species of Deraeocorinae are given. Identi...
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The family Nabidae (damsel bugs) belongs to the infraorder Cimicomorpha and the clade Cimiciformes. In Poland, Nabidae is currently represented by fifteen species that belong to two subfamilies: Prostemmatinae and Nabinae. The first includes two species that belong to the genus Prostemma, while Nabinae are represented by thirteen species that are c...
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The current knowledge about the distribution of 23 species of Saldidae recorded in Poland is summarized. Almost 800 new localities for 22 species, based entirely on museum collections, are provided. Brief descriptions of the biology of each species occurring in Poland are also included.
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Notes on the collection of Cydnidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in the Upper Silesian Museum, Bytom. The paper presents new data on the occurrence of burrowing bugs (Cydnidae) in Poland based on collections of the Upper Silesian Museum in Bytom. The data include a part of a historical collection from the first half of the 20th century that was found...
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True bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in the collection of the Tatra Museum of Dr Tytus Chałubinski, Zakopane. The paper deals with the species of water and terrestrial true bugs stored in the collection of the Tatra Museum in Zakopane. A total 233 specimens of 39 species were identified and listed. Four species-Grypocoris sexguttatus, Harpocera thora...
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First record of Rhyssemus puncticollis BROWN, 1929 (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae) in Western Beskidy Mts.
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Pluskwiaki różnoskrzydłe przechowywane w kolekcjach muzeów przyrodniczych stanowią niezwykle cenny zbiór danych faunistycznych. Nie wszystkie te dane jednak zostały opublikowane i znacząca ich część to materiały czekające na opracowanie. W niniejszej prezentacji przedstawiono, na przykładzie wybranych kolekcji, ostatnich kilka prac opartych na zbio...
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New records of rare spiders (Araneae) in Poland. During arachnological researches carried out for different reasons, using various methods in distant places of Poland, we have collected rich faunistic material. Although, main part of spiders assemblages composition usually are common species, there is a share of species that are rarely collected. A...
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First record of Stephanitis takeyai Drake & Maa, 1955 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Tingidae) in Upper Silesia. This paper presents the first record of Stephanitis takeyai in Upper Silesia. Moreover, the role of land transport in the spreading of this species in Poland is also shortly discussed, especially in the context of selling Pieris japonica in la...
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New data on true bugs (Heteroptera) of the Pleszew district (Wielkopolsko-Kujawska Lowland)-part II]. New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true bugs in the Pleszew district are presented. Field studies were carried out in 16 localities. In total, the paper presents the data concerning 103 species of Heteroptera, including three new t...
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New data about distribution of spiders (Araneae) on Baltic Coast. The aim of the presented research was to supplement the knowledge on the distribution of spiders on the Baltic Coast. For this purpose, data collected by the authors and provided by other researchers were used. This area was best explored in the second half of the nineteenth century...
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New data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in the Wolin Island (Baltic Coast)]. The Heteroptera fauna of the Wolin Island (Baltic Coast) is not well known, although many authors have included fragmentary data in the papers since the 19th century. The present study includes the museum materials stored in the Natural...
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New data on the occurrence of terrestrial true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) from northern Poland]. Despite the long tradition of fauna research in northern Poland, the knowledge about the distribution of true bugs in this part of the country is still poor, especially when compared to the southern regions of Poland. The last five years of research...
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The article presents almost one hundred new localities of Pellenes nigrociliatus and P. tripunctatus. The preferred habitats of both species in Poland are dry stony or sandy areas with sparse vegetation. Their presence is strongly connected to the distribution of land snails, whose empty shells are used as a shelter and breeding place. Frequent obs...
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A contribution to the distribution of true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Poland-IV]. This paper continues a series of publications on the distribution of true bugs in Poland. It includes new faunistic data for 273 species of true bugs. In total, data on 33 species previously unreported in 14 zoogeographical regions of Poland are presented, inclu...
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First record of Solenopsis fugax (Latreille, 1798 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Sandomierska Lowland. Solenopsis fugax is an ant species living in close proximity of nests of other ant species, where it predates on their brood and food. Due to its small size and cryptic life style it is rarely collected. Over a dozen known sites of this species is d...
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Myrmecophilus acervorum is an orthopteran species rarely recorded in Poland. So far it has been reported from several sites in ten zoogeographical regions of the country. In this paper Myrmecophilus acervorum is recorded for the first time from the Western Beskidy Mts.
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Lądowe pluskwiaki różnoskrzydłe są drugą co do liczby gatunków grupą pluskwiaków stwierdzonych na terenie Ojcowskiego Parku Narodowego. Wykazano tu 253 gatunki, co stanowi niemal 36% fauny lądowych Heteroptera występujących w Polsce. Dotychczas na terenie Ojcowskiego PN wykazano 43 gatunki tzw. pluskwiaków wodnych (Heteroptera aquatica et semiaquat...
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Tuł is a small hill in southern Poland, near the Moravian Gate. In the middle of the last century part of the hill was temporarily protected as nature reserve. The slopes of the mountain are covered with xerothermic meadows and fragments of natural forests. This paper presents the results of the research conducted in 2017–2021. In the collected mat...
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New data about the occurrence of two spider species with similar habitat requirements are presented. Both prefer very warm, dry and open environments and are rarely collected in Poland. New localities are extending the known range of Zelotes erebeus in Europe northwards and enriching our knowledge about the distribution of very rarely collected to...
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This paper presents the first record of a rare species of Miridae, Polymerus (Pachycentrum) carpathicus (Horváth, 1882), in Poland. A broad analysis of its occurrence was conducted, which was based on modelling its potential ecological niche using past and future models, which enabled new and valuable information about the potentially suitable habi...
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New data on the distribution of true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in southeastern Poland]. Due to its climatic conditions and being a gate for migration of species from southeastern Europe, Southeastern Poland is one of the most interesting parts of the country from a faunistic point of view. The natural values of this region are protected by Bies...
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New data on the distribution of true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Masurian Lake District]. The Masurian Lakeland is well known for its tourist values, with plenty of lakes, forests, and historic sites offering a wide variety of activities. It is also an area with outstanding nature linked to its early postglacial geomorphology-most notably lake...
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True-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of the Bucze Mt. landscape-nature protected complex in Western Beskidy Mts. Bucze Mt. is a small hill in southern Poland, near the Moravian Gate. In 2010, the area of the mountain was protected as a landscape-nature protected complex. The slopes of the mountain are covered with xerothermic meadows and fragments of...
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Yllenus arenarius is a medium-sized jumping spider inhabiting bare areas of sandy dunes. This species has been known in Poland so far from less than 40 sites. This work presents the next 11 ones including the first localities in Małopolska Upland and Upper Silesia. Moreover, the first localities in Bory Tucholskie and Ujście Warty National Parks ar...
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New distributional data con-cerning 142 species of true-bugs collected in Western Sudetes are presented. Among them 26 species are recorded for the first time for this region. Short overview of history of research in the area is given. An attempt was also made to estimate the number of true bug species inhabiting the Western Sudetes.
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This paper is a continuation of a series of publications on the distribution of true bugs in Poland and includes new faunistic data for 306 species of true bugs. In total, data on 62 species previously unreported in 21 zoogeographical regions of Poland is presented, including some rarely collected: Brachyarthrum limitatum, Eurydema fieberi, Peritre...
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The paper presents new faunistic data based on Alina Kasprowicz's collection deposited in the Natural History Collections, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Representatives of 20 families were found in the collection with 131 identified species, including Monosynamma sabulicola, a species new for the Wielkopolska-Kujawska Lo...
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Tupiocoris rhododendri (Dolling, 1972) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) in Poland]. The note presents the first finding of an alien true bug species Tupiocoris rhododendri in Poland. This species is strictly associated with shrubs from the genus Rhododendron (Ericaceae), commonly cultivated in gardens as ornamental plants due to their brightly col...
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New records of Metopoplax ditomoides (A. Costa, 1847) and Metopoplax origani (Kolenati, 1845) (Hemiptera: Heterop-tera: Oxycarenidae) in Poland]. The paper presents new records of Metopoplax ditomoides (second and third record in the country) and Metopoplax origani (known from Poland since the second half of the 19th century). In Strzelewo (Wielkop...
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This paper presents the first record of Chinavia acuta in the Cape Verde archipelago.
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Criocoris quadrimaculatus (Fallén, 1807) (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae)-a true bug species new to the Polish fauna , with a list of species collected in the river Bug valley in the Masovian Lowland]. Till now, the genus Criocoris has been represented in Poland by two species, i.e.: Criocoris crassicornis and C. nigripes. Criocoris quadrimaculatus...
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True bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) collected in IBL-5 traps in Kampinos Forest (Masovian Lowland)]. This paper presents the results of the research carried out in the Kampinos Forest. All collected specimens were caught using IBL-5 traps. Among the collected species was Tingis crispata, species new to Masovian Lowland, Aradus brevicollis and Eremoc...
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New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs in the Pleszew district are presented. Field studies were carried out in 33 localities. In total, the paper presents the data concerning 153 species of Heteroptera, including one new to Wielkopolsko-Kujawska Lowland, i.e. Plesiodema pinetella (Zetterstedt), and the sixth locality of Dera...
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First record of Scoloposcelis pulchella (Zetterstedt, 1838) (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) in Western Sudetes (Poland)]. This paper presents the first localities of S. pulchella in the Western Sudetes Mts. The work discusses the biology of this species and its importance in the fight against tree pests, as well as its occurrence in Europe and in the w...
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The term ‘melanism’ means the occurrence of variant(s) that is/are mostly or completely dark in pigmentation either as intraspecific polymorphisms or as fixed differences between closely related species. Melanism can refer to variation involving discrete melanic and non-melanic phenotypes (melanic and typical morphs) or to cases of continuously var...
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True-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of Cieszyn (Western Beskidy Mts., southern Poland). New distributional data concerning 198 species of terrestrial true-bugs in the town of Cieszyn (South Poland) are presented. The material is based mainly on research conducted in years 2018-2019, in addition, available material from previous years was used. Among...
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Materials to the knowledge of scentless plant bugs of Poland (Hemiptera: Heteroptera, Rhopalidae). The paper presents new data on distribution of the family Rhopalidae in Poland. The study is based on the material deposited in the entomological collection of the Institute of Biology, Biotechnology and Environmental Protection, Faculty of Natural Sc...
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New locality of Dasumia carpatica (Kulczyński, 1882) (Araneae: Dysderidae) in Western Beskidy Mts. This paper presents the fifth localities of Dasumia carpatica in Poland. The distribution of this species in Europe is also discussed.
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[A contribution to the distribution of true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Poland – II]. This paper presents over 3000 new faunistic records for 315 species of true-bugs in Poland. The distribution data of very rarely collected species, having less than 10 known localities in the country: Aradus bimaculatus Reuter, 1872, A. signaticornis Sahlberg...
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New records of Sthenarus rotermundi (Scholtz, 1847) (Heteroptera: Miridae) in Poland with remarks on morphology of the species]. This article presents two new records of Sthenarus rotermundi (Scholtz, 1847) in Poland, i.e., Warsaw (Ma-zowiecka Lowland), and Brzeg (Lower Silesia), with a summary on distribution of this species in our country. Detail...
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„Big data” jest terminem odnoszącym się do dużych, zmiennych i różnorodnych zbiorów danych, których przetwarzanie i analiza jest trudna, ale jednocześnie wartościowa, ponieważ może prowadzić do zdobycia nowej wiedzy. Informacje dotyczące bioróżnorodności (dane liczbowe, kategoryczne, obrazy lub dźwięki) stanowią właśnie takie zbiory. Nowych danych...
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Dichrooscytus gustavi Josifov, 1981 (Heteroptera: Miridae)-the first confirmed locality in Poland]. Dichrooscytus gustavi differs from D. rufipennis and D. intermedius primarily by a smaller size of the body and the entirely green scutellum. Its occurrence has been confirmed so far in more than ten European countries, where it was reported to live...
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In Poland, the family Berytidae Fieber, 1851 is currently represented by nine species. This paper gives an overview of their biology, feeding habits, hosts, and known distribution, and presents new localities and the review of their distribution in Poland.
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A contribution to the distribution of true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Poland]. This paper presents almost 1600 new faunistic records for 271 species of Polish Heteroptera. List of species reported for the first time from each zoogeographical region is also provided.
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[Nezara viridula (Linnaeus, 1758) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in Poland]. This note presents the first record of the invasive species Nezara viridula in Poland. A single, overwintering specimen was found in the southern part of our country, in the warehouse of one of the building stores in Bielsko-Biała. The role of land and maritime tra...
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Faunistic researches on terrestrial true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Poland: a historical background and per-spectives. The work presents the history of research on Heteroptera in Poland, the current state of knowledge and perspectives of the development of faunistic studies in Poland.
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Till now, the genus Aradus has been represented in Poland by 16 species. Aradus ribauti belongs to the Aradus betulae group and is the second species from in this group found in Poland. This note presents the first three records of Aradus ribauti in our country.
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The aim of this paper is to provide new data on a distribution of alien and invasive species Stictocephala bisonia kopp et yonke, 1977 in Poland. This species has rapidly spread across Europe and other parts of the world in the last 100 years and has colonized new territories. S. bisonia belongs to the group of leafhopper species of Nearctic origin...
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Isometopus intrusus (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1835) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera)-a species new to Podlasie Lowland]. This note presents the eighth record of Isometopus intrusus in Poland (the first in Podlasie Lowland).
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Psallus albicinctus (Kirschbaum, 1856) and P. pseudoplatani Reichling, 1984 (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae)-the second localities in Poland]. The genus Psallus Fieber, 1858 is represented in the Palaearctic Region by more than 120 species, and is regarded as a non-monophyletic taxon. Species in this genus are usually small; their body length not e...
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New records of rare and interesting species of terrestrial true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Poland]. New records of true-bugs interesting and rarely collected in Poland are presented, i.e. Actinonotus pulcher (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1835)-the third record in Western Beskidy, Aradus truncatus Fieber, 1860-new to Upper Silesia, Ceraleptus gracilicor...
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New records of Spilostethus saxatilis (Scopoli, 1763) (Heteroptera: Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) in Poland]. This note presents new records of Spilostethus saxatilis in Poland, including the first records in Western Beskidy and Wyżyna Krakowsko-Wieluńska.
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[Psacasta exanthematica (Scopoli, 1763) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Scutelleridae) in Poland] This paper presents arguments for excluding Psacasta exanthematica from the list of Heteroptera occuring in Poland.
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New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs in Baltic Coast are presented. In total, the paper presents the data concerning 131 species of Heteroptera collected on 27 different sites. Eight species: Acetropis gimmerthalii, Agramma femorale, Chartoscirta cocksi, Grypocoris sexguttatus, Hallodapus rufescens, Nithecus jacobaeae, Rhyn...
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True-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of Pleszew district (Wielkopolsko-Kujawska Lowland)]. New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs in the Pleszew district are presented. Field studies were carried out in 39 localities. In total, the paper presents the data concerning 175 species of Heteroptera, including 9 new to Wielkopolsko-Ku...
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Eremocoris fenestratus (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1839) (Heteroptera: Rhyparochromidae) - the second record in Poland with a list of true-bugs collected in southwestern Poland]. This note presents the second trustworthy record of Eremocoris fenes-tratus in Poland, along with a list of true-bugs collected in 2017 in southwestern Poland.
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In Poland the genus Acetropis Fieber, 1858 is represented by three species: A. carinata (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1841), A. gimmerthalii (Flor, 1860) and A. longirostris Puton, 1875. The paper presents illustrated key for the identification of mentioned species, new localities in Poland and the range of their distribution in Palaearctic Region. Additiona...
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Analysis of the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Poland based on the present stage of knowledge]. This paper summarizes faunistic data on terrestrial true-bugs occurring in Poland. An analysis of the degree of knowledge of the national fauna was also carried out; moreover, a summary concerning the number of species fo...
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Aradus mirus Bergroth, 1894 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Aradidae)-a true-bug species new to Poland]. This note presents the first record of Aradus mirus in Poland; it is the 16 th species of the genus Aradus recorded in our country. This species was known from Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary to date, and can easily be distinguished from...
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New data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in the northern part of Kozienice Forest (Mazovian Lowland)]. New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs in Kozienice Forest are presented. In total, the paper presents data concerning 62 species of Heteroptera, including first records in Mazowiecka Lowl...
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Peritrechus angusticollis (R.F. Sahlberg, 1848) (Heteroptera: Rhyparochromidae) and Graphosoma italicum (O.F. Müller, 1766) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)-new species for Western Beskidy and Bieszczady Mts., respectively]. This note presents the first record of Peritrechus angusticollis in Western Beskidy and the first record of Graphosoma italicum in...
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New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs on the grasslands in Śnieżnik Mountains are presented. Field studies were carried out in eight localities. In total, the paper presents the data concerning 64 species of Heteroptera.
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This note presents the second record of Deraocoris flavilinea in Poland, and also the first in the Western Beskides.
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[Leptopus marmoratus (Goeze, 1778) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Leptopodidae) – second record in Poland]. This note presents the second record of Leptopus marmoratus in Poland after over an eighty-year break.
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New data on the occurrence of Rhaphigaster nebulosa (Poda, 1761) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in Po-land]. This note presents new records of Rhaphigaster nebulosa in Poland.
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Orsillus depressus (Mulsant & Rey, 1852) (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) – first record in Lower Silesia]. This note presents the first record of Orsillus depressus in Lower Silesia (southwest Poland).
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Aradus obtectus Vásárhelyi, 1988 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Aradidae) – new to Western Sudetes]. This note presents the first two records of the Aradus obtectus in Western Sudetes.
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New record of Dendrophagus crenatus (Paykull, 1799) (Coleoptera: Silvanidae) in the Western Beskidy Mts.
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[New data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in the vicinity of Duszniki-Zdrój (Western Sudetes) and Kłodzko (Eastern Sudetes)]. New faunistic data on the occurrence of terrestrial true-bugs in the vicinity of Duszniki-Zdrój and Kłodzko are presented. Field studies were carried out in six localities. In total, the p...
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[Deraeocoris flavilinea (A. Costa, 1862) (Heteroptera: Miridae) in Poland]. This note presents the detailed data regard-ing the first locality of Deraeocoris flavilinea in Poland.
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Acetropis longirostris Puton, 1875 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) – a new locality in Upper Silesia]. This note presents the third record of Acetropis longirostris in Upper Silesia; it is the fifth known locality of this species in Poland.
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Acetropis longirostris Puton, 1875 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) – first record in Bieszczady Mountains]. This note presents the first record of Acetropis longirostris in Bieszczady Mountains; it is the third known locality of this species in Poland. Przedstawicieli rodzaju Acetropis Fieber charakteryzuje wydłużona głowa oraz czoło znacznie wys...

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Specimen presented on the photo comes from Cape Verde. I suspect Thyanta sp.? Is it correct?
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Grzegorz
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Hi,
I am looking for a publication showing parameres of Nysius thymi and Nysius ericae. In Pericart 1998 (Faune de France), I found only drawings of genital orifice. Do you know about some works showing it?
Best regards
Grzegorz
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I am looking for a possibility of distinguish these two true-bugs species in larval stage. Maybe someone knows some papers about this issue.

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obtaining the knowledge on the species composition of the Heteroptera in all regions of Poland.