Paride Dioli

Paride Dioli
Natural History Museum Milan - Italy · Entomology

M.Sc.

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Introduction
My interests are about general Entomology, taxonomy & ecology of Heteroptera (general). Studies on taxonomy of African Reduviidae. Heteroptera plant mixtures biodiversity.
Additional affiliations
January 2013 - present
Museo di scienze naturali "E.Caffi" Bergamo
Position
  • collaborator
January 1987 - present
University of Milan
Position
  • Tutor - Thesis advisor
April 1980 - December 1980
National Research Council (CNR)
Position
  • collaborator
Education
November 1970 - June 1975
University of Padova
Field of study
  • Biol. Sci.

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Schidium palinuri n.sp. from Cilento (Campania, Italy) is described. It was collected under Juncus sp. on the beach of Palinuro and Marina di Camerota. The new species is compared with Schidium tibbu (Villiers) recorded in Tibesti (Sahara)
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A. new species in the genus Katanga Schouteden,1903 (Insecta,Heteroptera,Reduviidae) from Sierra Leone is described.The new species,Katanga walterrossii, can be placed in the "K. etiennei Group",charachterized by theshape of its posterior femora and tibia. New records of Reduviidae from Sierra Leone(18 species) are also reported. The presence of 24...
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In the present paper, the western Palaearctic species of the genus Schidium Bergroth, 1917 are discussed. They are grouped into the new subgenus Jordischidium, which includes three species: two already known and one described here as new: Schidium (Jordischidium) ribesi n. sp., endemic to Spain.
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First record in Europe of the alien species Nemausus inornatus (Stål, 1858), found in Southeastern Spain (Hemiptera, Alydidae). The alien species Nemausus inornatus is reported for the first time in Europe (Spain, Alicante). Native to Africa, it lives on Acacia sp. as other species of the same genus. In the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) is...
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Nariscus spinosus is first reported from Gran Canaria Island (Spain). A male specimen, easily recognizable by the presence of a long spine in the posterior femurs and the very elongate head, was photographed in the southern sector of the island. Its host plant (Acacia farnesiana), an alien and invasive species of South American origin, is also repo...
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Three species of family Lygaeidae, Melanocoryphus tristrami (Douglas & Scott, 1868), Melanocoryphus albomaculatus (Goeze, 1778), Ischnocoris punctulatus Fieber, 1861, one species of family Rhopalidae, Corizus fenestella fenestella Horvàth, 1917, one species of family Rhyparochromidae, Aellopus atratus (Goeze, 1778) and Aelia virgata (Herrich-Schaef...
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This paper discusses five species of the family Miridae, recorded from Albania and Kosovo. Closterotomus trivialis (A. Costa, 1853), Phytocoris (Phytocoris) tiliae tiliae (Fabricius, 1777) and Campyloneura virgula (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1835) are new in Albania. Closterotomus reuteri (Horváth, 1882) and Excentricus planicornis (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1836...
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A new southern Portuguese record of Nemausus sordidatus (Stål, 1858) (Hemiptera: Alydidae) from the early 1990s improves the knowledge about the occurrence of the species in Portugal, confirming its presence in the country 30 years ago. Details on another record recently published from a nearby locality are also provided. Resumen: Nemausus sordidat...
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RIASSUNTO-La specie aliena Tempyra biguttula Stål, 1874, trovata per la prima volta in Italia a Cagliari (Sardegna), viene segnalata in Sicilia e in altre regioni della penisola (Lazio e Liguria). La sua presenza è da considerarsi ormai consolidata in Italia, Spagna e Portogallo mentre l'ipotesi più accreditata del suo arrivo viene messa in collega...
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New data on the distribution of Derephysia sinuatocollis Puton 1879 for Central and Northern Italy (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Tingidae). New records on the distribution of Derephysia sinuatocollis Puton for Northern and Central Italy are reported. The association with the host plant Clematis vitalba is confirmed. Targeted searches on this plant could...
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In this paper, new records of some Lygaeidae (Hemiptera, Heteroptera) are given: Caenocoris nerii (Germar, 1847), Lygaeus creticus Lucas, 1854, Spilostethus furcula (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1850) and Graptostethus servus (Fabricius, 1787) are new for Liguria. Caenocoris nerii is new also for Campania and for the Island of Madeira (Portugal).
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Specimens of Amnestus pusillus were collected in Veneto, Italy, at light. The species is of American origin and, outside its natural range, has been recorded previously from Iran and Asian part of Turkey. The present record is the first for Europe. Key words: Alien species, Burrower Bugs, Amnestus pusillus, Cydnidae, New record, Europe, Italy
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The study was carried out in the provinces of Elazig and Diyarbakir between 2020-2021. In the studies conducted in nature and in laboratory conditions, it is observed that the species does not feed on advanced larval stages of the pest. From the species identified in the study, Deraeocoris trifasciatus Linnaeus, 1767 and Globiceps sphaegiformis Ros...
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The presence of a new alien species of stink bug, recently intercepted in Chesham (United Kingdom) into a pepper package from Spain, is recorded. Creontiades pallidus is a polyphagous mirid and can behave as a zoophagus towards parasites of peppers, but also sometimes as serious pest in pepper crops of Spain and in cotton plantations of the Middle...
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In the last decades the Asiatic brown marmorated stink bug Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855) (BMSB) infested North America and recently Europe, where it was recorded in many countries. The new record from Algeria is recent (2021) and concerns an adult photographed in the city of Skikda at the Mediterranean coast of the country. There is a penetration...
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Erthesina fullo (Thunberg, 1783) is recorded for the first time in Europe. Collected specimens in 2020 from Albania were identified by comparing the length of their rostrum. This species can acclimatize on two local trees, namely Tilia cordata Miller, 1768 and Ziziphus jujuba Miller, 1768.
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The present study was carried out in Diyarbakır (Kayapınar district) province in Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey in 2020. Reduviidae adults and larvae Tenthredinidae family was collected on Rose spp in Diyarbakır province of Turkey in November and brought to the laboratory for rearing. The larvae were reared at the temperature of 26±1°C, rel...
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Abstract: The first report of Phimodera flori Fieber, 1863 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Scutelleridae) in the Balkan Peninsula (Mt. Olympus, Greece) is presented. This continental European and Central Asian species is rare in southern Europe where it has been found only at high altitudes of the Alps and the Pyrenees so far. It has been regarded as exti...
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The genus Camponotidea Reuter, 1879 with C. fieberi, Reuter, 1879 (Hemiptera: Miridae) is recorded for the first time from the Island of Crete. Differences between C. fieberi and C. saundersi (Puton, 1874) are discussed. A new host plant is presented for this Ponto-Mediterranean zoophytophagous species
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In September 2019, we detected Plinachtus imitator (Coreidae) in Western Liguria (Imperia) on the “false pepper” tree (Schinus molle, Anacardiaceae) which is a new host plant for this insect known, until now, only on mastic (Pistacia lentiscus). This is the first record of P.imitator in Northern Italy (Liguria) and Puglia and the northernmost of it...
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The research was based on a short but intensive collecting trip made in April-September 2018-2020. Twenty two species were reported, many firstly recorded for collecting sites. From these species, 1 species belonging to each of the Stenocephalidae, Pyrrhocoridae, Reduviidae, Nabidae, Tingidae, Orsillidae, Artheneidae, Cymidae, Coreidae and Scutelle...
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Ellipsocoris kalashiani is recorded for the first time in Apulia (Southern Italy). The specie was described by Carapezza (2009) from Eastern Turkey and Western Armenia, but no records have ever been reported for Europe. Recently, few individuals of this species were found in Alta Murgia National Park (Apulia, Italy), a Special Protection Area (SPA)...
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Confirmation of the presence of Rosalia alpina (Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) in the province of Sondrio (Italy). Data relating to the recent discovery of Rosalia alpina (Linnaeus, 1758) in a cool humid beech forest in Valchiavenna, at an altitude of about 1200 m, are reported. This threatened species, protected in the UE, is very rare...
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The genus Sphedanolestes Stål, 1867, with the species S. annulatus Linnavuori, 1961 (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) is record-ed for the first time from Iran and Jordan. This species is considered endemic for Israel, and its colour variation is described.
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First report of Zelus renardii (Kolenati, 1856) in Sardinia (Hemiptera, Reduviidae). Abstract. Zelus renardii (Kolenati, 1856), intercepted in Italy in 2013 from Rome and later found also in Puglia, is for the first time reported in Sardinia. It is a species native to Central America, the Southern and South Western areas of the United States which,...
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True Bugs in the lower atmosphere in a suburb of Bologna] The research examines the species of True Bugs found on a terrace on the fifth floor of a building, next to a garden area, in a suburb of Bologna. This position, favored also by the presence of light yellow perimeter walls, has exerted a passive attraction of 155 species mainly with function...
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The present study was carried out in Diyarbakır (Sur district) province in Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey in 2019. Adults, nymphs and eggs of Heteroptera were collected on Alcea spp in Diyarbakır province of Turkey during September-October 2019 and brought to the laboratory for rearing. The nymphs were reared at the temperature of 26±1°C, r...
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The genus Erthesina is recorded for the first time in Europe. It has been observed at least 16 times in Albania since 2017 and since nymphs were found, it means the species is well implanted, can survive in winter, may become invasive and cause damage to crops.
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The first record of Holotrichius spinicollis Reuter, 1891 in Italy (Apulia, Lecce) is presented in this paper. The species was known to date only from Greece (Cyclads Isl.), former Yugoslavia (doubtful) and Turkey. The species is compared with Holotrichius denudatus A.Costa, 1842, the only known species to date in Italy. The relations with humans,...
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The first records of Lasiocoris crassicornis (Lucas, 1849) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Rhyparochromidae: Rhyparochrominae: Megalonotini) for Lebanon and Israel are reported. Information on the known distribution of the species is summarized .
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This species is reported for the first time in Lombardy, in the Ticino Valley Regional Park (Magenta). The species, endemic to Italy, was found in Sicily and the Apennines; here its distribution is extended considerably northwards. Magenta is the northernmost station in the whole distribution area. It is also reported for the first time in Liguria.
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The survey of Heteroptera carried out in 2016 along the nature path “Bosco dei Tigli” (Lime Trees Wood) in Piode (Piedmont, 900 m a.s.l.), highlighted 74 species, belonging to 68 genera in total. The number of species of each family well represents the Italian Heteroptera composition, with the prevalence of Miridae and Pentatomidae. The Miridae Cri...
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Patapius spinosus (Rossi, 1790) is recorded for the first time from Eastern Anatolia (Turkey). This species is widespread from Mediterranean to Central Asia, but in Turkey it was known until now only from the southern of Anatolia. This record is the eastern- and northern most one for Turkey.
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We represents Apterola lownii (Saunders, 1876) and Grypocoris melanopygus Horvàth, 1906 two species, found in Mardin, less known in photographic images. Grypocoris melanopygus Horvàth,1906 endemic to Turkey, shows a new color pattern.
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Due to the difficulties associated with detecting and correctly identifying mirids, developing an accurate species identification approach is crucial, especially for potential harmful species. Accurate identification is often hampered by inadequate morphological key characters, invalid and/or outdated systematics, and biases in the molecular data a...
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Euphydryas aurinia (Rottemburg 1775) is one of the most seriously threatened European butterflies, as it suffered a severe decline in most countries and it is today listed in the European Community Habitats and Species Directive (92/43/EEC). Although its ecology and biology have been increasingly studied during the 20th Century, the factors affecti...
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This study was conducted in 2018-2019. This work was implemented surveys and field observations in Adıyaman, Batman, Diyarbakır, Elazığ, Mardin, Siirt and Muş. In this study, the distribution of the species in Southeast and Eastern Anatolia provinces and their damage status were determined. It has been observed that this species causes damage to An...
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In the present paper the authors report the presence of Daphnis nerii (Linné, 1758) in the Lombard and Retician Alps in the provinces of Sondrio and Como. It is possible that the development of the species on site and hypothesize that the findings are attributed to the 2nd generation on the spot of the species.
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Empicoris xambeui (Montandon, 1885) was known so far for only three reports in Italy (Liguria, Sicily and Sardinia) and a few locations in Southern Europe and Tunisia. This work extends the knowledge of this species in the xerotermophilous areas of the Alps (Veneto), other peninsular regions (Lazio and Basilicata) and provides new knowledges about...
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In this paper, 11 species of the family Lygaeidae and Miridae belonging to the subordo Heteroptera (Hemiptera) recorded from Elazığ, Tunceli and Malatya provinces of Eastern Anatolia, Turkey, are discussed. Among them, belonging to Lygaeidae family Peritrechus meridionalis Puton, 1877, Pezocoris apicimacula (A. Costa, 1853), Tropistethus fasciatus...
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The species Leptopus hispanus Rambur, 1840 is recorded for the first time from Eastern Anatolia (Turkey). This species is widespread from Mediterranean to Central Asia, but in Turkey it was known until now only from the southern of Anatolia. This record is the eastern- and northernmost one for Turkey.
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Spilostethus furcula (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1850) new for Italy, on tomato crops (Heteroptera, Lygaeidae) Abstract. The species of Afrotropical origin Spilostethus furcula (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1850) is recorded for the first time in Italy, in western Liguria. It is probably an accidental import as the species lives on wild Solanaceae but also on cultiv...
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(ΕΛ) Ο ρόλος των φυσικών εχθρών στη δυναμική ισορροπία των αγροοικοσυστημάτων είναι πολύ σημαντικός, τόσο στις εντατικές, όσο και στις μεγάλες καλλιέργειες όπως το βαμβάκι. Τα τελευταία χρόνια το ενδιαφέρον για την προστασία των φυσικών εχθρών έχει αυξηθεί και καταβάλλονται προσπάθειες να γίνει ευρύτερα κατανοητός από τους καλλιεργητές ο σημαντικός...
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La quinoa, anche dove in passato non è mai stata coltivata, è oggetto di attacco da parte di gruppi di insetti polifagi che possono dar luogo a infestazioni anche importanti. Negli anni non sono state osservate differenze di attacchi fra le cultivar saggiate e si sono evidenziati gruppi di insetti differenti nelle diverse fasi fenologiche della col...
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We provide the fi rst annotated checklist of the Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) of the Site of Community Importance and Special Area of Conservation “Alpi Marittime” (IT1160056), based on literature records and unpublished material collected between 2012-2015 within two European projects in which the Alpi Marittime Nature Park was involved. Th e...
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The holotype of Rhyparochromus tisifone Linnavuori 1990 was described from Iraq on a single female with legs and antennae strongly damaged. The second specimen is reported in this paper from Eastern Turkey: we add the morphological description of the parts of the body which are absent in the holotype.
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Riassunto: Tempyra biguttula Stål, 1874 è diffusa in U.S.A., Messico, Argentina, Galapagos e Isole Hawaii. In Europa è stata trovata solo in Spagna. Recentemente questa specie esotica è stata trovata in Sardegna (Cagliari). L'importazione accidentale è dovuta probabilmente agli scambi commerciali nel settore orto-frutticolo. Essa risulta nuova per...
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New and unpublished data of Hallodapus suturalis (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1839) (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Miridae) in Northern Italy. Hallodapus suturalis (H.S.) is a Miridae known from very few localities in Italy. Recently, this species was found for the first time in Lombardy, province of Sondrio, and also in Veneto (Colli Euganei, PD), and Emilia Rom...
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The first records of Lygaeus simulans Deckert, 1985 in Albania are reported. Additional information on the ecology (habitat preferences, host plants) and the distribution of this species is given.
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Polyphagous phytophagous organisms that shelter in man-made objects have a higher chance of becoming invasive fast-spreading pests, going undetected during phytosanitary checks and travelling with any type of goods. However, if the same organisms are also a household nuisance, they could be used in crowdsourcing surveys aimed at their early detecti...
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In the Provinces of Bingöl, Elazığ and Tunceli were collected 13 species belonging to Pentatomidae family and 5 species belonging to Scutelleridae family. Among these species. Vilpianus galii (Wolff, 1802) and Odontotarsus crassus (Kiritshenko, 1966) specimens has been frstly recorded in East Anatolia fauna. They were rare species in the fauna. The...
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In this study, Megacoelum quercicola Linnavuori, 1965 is reported as a new record in Turkey. It was found on oaks (Quercus cerris). Altogether 19 species have been reported by Megacoelum (Miridae) in this country. This record of Turkey is the first occurrence in Asia minor.
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Polyphagous phytophagous organisms that shelter in man-made objects have a higher chance of becoming invasive fast-spreading pests, going undetected during phytosanitary checks and travelling with any type of goods. However, if the same organisms are also a household nuisance, they could be used in crowdsourcing surveys aimed at their early detecti...
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Polyphagous phytophagous organisms that shelter in man-made objects have a higher chance of becoming invasive fast-spreading pests, going undetected during phytosanitary checks and travelling with any type of goods. However, if the same organisms are also a household nuisance, they could be used in crowdsourcing surveys aimed at their early detecti...
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This note adds new occurrence records of the hemipteran alien species Zelus renardii (Kolenati, 1856) in Italy by citizens, entomologists and photographers. This species was recorded for first time in Rome in 2013.
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New data are provided about the distribution of Reduvius carinatus Reuter, 1892 in Spain, which is the only European country where it is known. In Europe, the species was reported the first time in the province of Almería (Ribes, 1986) but the record was forgotten or considered doubtful in some posterior papers. Recently two specimens have been pho...
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The regions in which Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855) occurs in Italy are summarized and ordered chronologically according to the date of the first record. Details and verification about the first Italian record from Liguria (often overlooked), that dates back to 2007 the introduction of H. halys in this country, are also given. First exact localitie...
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New records of Megalonotus seidenstueckeri Pericart, 1995 are discussed. It's the second time that this species was found in Turkey and the first in Eastern Province of Tunceli. Studied materials were identified with the comparation with Pericart's description and the holotypus preserved at the "Zoologische Staatsamlung of Munchen" (Germany).
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In this paper, the presence of a rare species from Turkey, Tshingisella bella Kiritshenko, 1913 is discussed. One specimen was found in the area of Sivrice lake where is present the host plant Astragalus sp.
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Abstract. First record of Pinalitus conspurcatus (Reuter, 1875) for Sardinia and notes on its distribution and biology (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae). The occurrence in Italy of Pinalitus conspurcatus (Reuter, 1875), which is new for Sardinia, is confirmed. Previously it was known only from Sicily. The finding in November probably coincides with...
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Halyomorpha halys is an invasive stink bug pest originating from East Asia. In Europe, it was first detected in Switzerland in 2004. It is now present in thirteen countries, and seems to be spreading throughout the continent. In Italy, where it has been recorded since 2012, other than being an urban nuisance, it is causing severe damage in commerci...
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The Reduviidae is the largest family of predaceous land Heteroptera containing about 7000 species and subspecies in 913 genera and 25 subfamilies. Most of them are generalist predators. This study has been carried out with the purpose tonew locality record of two Reduviidae species between 2015 and 2016 years from Şırnak province(Turkey). The speci...
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A new genus and species of fossil lace bugs (Hemiptera; Tingidae), Archetingis ladinica gen. n. et sp. n. is described from the Lower Kalkschieferzone (Meride Limestone, Upper Ladinian) of the Swiss side of Monte San Giorgio. The new taxon clearly resembles modern Tingidae in its hemelytra and pronotum, with two rows of areole, in the presence of b...
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Gardena insignis Horvárth, 1887, is an entity belonging to the subfamily Emesinae has been quoted in Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and the Iberian Peninsula in Catalonia. In this paper is reported a new appointment for southern Spain in Motril (Granada) and southern Italy in Centola and Marina di Camerota (Salerno, Campania).
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The bugs Heteroptera collected in seven provinces of the East Anatolia (Bingöl, Bitlis, Elazığ, Erzincan, Malatya, Muş and Tunceli) were listed in the present study. It was based on a short but intensive collecting trip made in April-September 2014-2016. Eighty species were reported, many firstly recorded for collecting sites. From these species, 1...
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The presence in Spain of Ectomocoris chiragra (Fabricius, 1803) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) is confirmed. Abstract: Ectomocoris chiragra was reported (Dispons, 1955) from North Spain in old and very doubtful record. Recent specimens, demonstrate that this species is present in Southern Spain (Almerìa). Notes on morphology, similar species,...
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In this paper, new records on some rare Heteroptera (Hemiptera) from East and South East Anatolian Region of Turkey are given.
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First occurrence records for Lygaeus creticus Lucas, 1854 in Trentino- Alto Adige, Apulia, Pantelleria Island, and Corsica are given. First records with precise locality for Tuscany are also provided.