John Klymko's research while affiliated with University of Guelph and other places

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The five Central American and Mexican species belonging to the Curtonotum murinum species complex are described as Curtonotum abrelatas Lindsay sp. nov., C. irksum Lindsay sp. nov., C. notatum Lindsay sp. nov., C. prolixum Lindsay sp. nov. and C. transitus Lindsay sp. nov. Photographic images, a distribution map of species and an identification key...
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We provide an updated checklist of Orthoptera and their allies for each Maritime province of Canada with details for 21 new species records. Drumming Katydid (Meconema thalassinum), recorded from Nova Scotia (NS) and Prince Edward Island (PEI), and Sprinkled Grasshopper (Chloealtis conspersa), recorded from New Brunswick (NB) are reported for the f...
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Ceropales bipunctata Say (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae) is a cleptoparasitic spider wasp that has declined significantly in parts of its range. New survey work has revealed that the species is common and widespread in dune habitat along the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in New Brunswick, Canada. Its host was determined as Anoplius cleora (Banks) (Hymenoptera:...
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The New World species of the curtonotid genus Curtonotum Macquart are reviewed, and all species outside the vulpinum and murinum species complexes (as defined below) are revised. Descriptions and illustrations are provided for 24 species, including 13 newly described species: C. adusticrus sp. n., C. atlanticum sp. n., C. bivittatum sp. n., C. brun...
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Nous faisons la révision des espèces néarctiques de Lonchoptera Meigen et décrivons trois espèces nouvelles: L. barberi Klymko sp. nov. du Manitoba, de Terre-Neuve, de l'Ontario, du Québec, de l'Iowa, du Michigan, du Minnesota et du New Hampshire, L. megaloba Klymko sp. nov. de Colombie-Britannique et de Californie et L. longiphallus Klymko sp. nov...

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... Curtonotum is the most common and widespread genus of Curtonotidae and the only one to occur in the New World. The genus is probably a paraphyletic group, but the Neotropical species form a clade (Curtonotum sensu stricto) defined and partially revised by Klymko and Marshall (2011). The revision by Klymko and Marshall (2011) excluded two groups, the C. vulpinum and C. murinum species complexes. ...
... Vaillant 1989;Niklasson, et al., 2004; continued to use the name Dipsa despite the synonymy and indeed, Vaillant (1989) reinstated it to full generic status. Chandler (1998: 103) rejected the reinstatement, an action with which we concur -see discussion by Klymko & Marshall (2008) for further details. ...