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Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae 88/2003

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 JAROSLAV PELIKÁN: A remarkable Macrophthalmothrips Karny, l992 from Laos, (Thysanoptera Phlaeothripidae)  Abstract1
 


 JAROSLAV L. STEHLÍK & ZDENĚK JINDRA: Largidae arid Pyrrhocoridae of Thailand (Heteroptera)  Abstract5
 


 DANIEL BURCKHARDT & IGOR MALENOVSKÝ: Lautereropsis gen. psyllid genus from Nepal (Herniptera, Psylloidea)  Abstract21
 


 PAVEL LAUTERER: First reporís of some Pipunculidae (Diptera) from the Czech Republic and Slovakia with a note from Germany  Abstract31
 


 JIŘÍ MORAVEC: Taxonomic revision of the genus Cheilymenia Boud. - 9. The sections Villosae and Obtusipilosae, and a revision of the genus PseudoaleuriaLusk (Pezizales, Pyronemataceae)  Abstract37
 


 VLADIMÍR ANTONÍN: Marasmius querceus Britzelm. (Basidiomycetes, Tricholomataceae) found for the second time in Moravia (Czech Republic)  Abstract75
 


 SVATAVA KUBEŠOVÁ: Bryoflora in block felds in south-western Moravian river valleys.  Abstract81
 


 PETR BUREŠ: Distribution and hybridization of Cirsium heterophyllum (Asteraceae) in the Czech Republic, with ecological and karyological remarks  Abstract95
 


 KAREL SUTORÝ: Material of type character in the Münch-Bellinghausen collection in the Moravian Museum, Brno (BRNM). 3. David Heinrich Hoppe  Abstract163
 


 IGOR MALENOVSKÝ & DANIEL BURCKHARDT: Pavel Lauterer at Seventy181
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Abstract - Pelikán J. 2003
A remarkable Macrophthalmothrips Karny, 1922 from Laos (Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripidae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 1-4.
Macrophthalmothrips pacholatkoi sp.nov. (Phlaeothripidae) from Laos is described. The new species belongs in the vicinity of Macrophthalmothrips flavafemora Moulton, 1947 and M. argus (Karny, 1920).
  
Key words. Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripidae, Macrophthalmothrips pacholatkoi sp.nov., Laos
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 Abstract - Stehlík J. L. & Jindra Z. 2003
Largidae and Pyrrhocoridae of Thailand (Heteroptera). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 5-19.
This paper adds 29 species of the superfamily Pyrrhocoroidea to the fauna of Thailand (9 species previously known), including three new species of Pyrrhocoridae: Ectatops major sp.nov., Indra dentipes sp.nov., and Pyrrhopeplus immaculatus sp.nov. The species Dindymus rutilans Walker, 1873 syn.nov. of Pyrrhocoridae is synonymized with Dindymus semirufus St?l, 1863.
 
Key words. Pyrrhocoroidea, Pentatomomorpha, Heteroptera, new species, Thailand, distribution
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 Abstract - Burckhardt D. & Malenovský I. 2003 
Lautereropsis gen.nov., a new psyllid genus from Nepal (Hemiptera, Psylloidea). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 21-29.
The new genus Lautereropsis is described for L. unifasciata sp.nov. (type species), L. pallidicornis sp.nov., and L. shiwapuriensis (Miyatake, 1981) comb.nov. (from Pauropsylla Rübsaamen, 1899). The known distribution of Lautereropsis gen.nov. is so far restricted to Central and Eastern Nepal. The new genus is referred to the Psyllidae (Diaphorininae) based on characters of the hind legs and male terminalia. It is unique within the subfamily for having rhinaria on antennal segments IV to IX and long setae on the forewing membrane.
 
Key words. Psylloidea, Psyllidae, Diaphorininae, taxonomy, new taxa, Oriental region
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 Abstract - Lauterer P. 2003
First reports of some Pipunculidae (Diptera) from the Czech Republic and Slovakia with a note from Germany. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 31-35.
Pipunculus fonsecai Coe, 1966 and Tomosvaryella minima (Becker, 1898), first records in Moravia; Eudorylas elephas (Becker, 1898), first record in Bohemia; Tomosvaryella freidbergi DeMeyer, 1995, T. hortobagyiensis Földvári et DeMeyer, 1999 and T. magyarica Földvári et DeMeyer, 1999, first records in the Czech Republic; T. magyarica Földvári et DeMeyer, 1999, first record in Slovakia; Eudorylas aduncus von der Dunk, 1995, record of second known specimen, in Germany. A correct interpretation of the description of the female of T. hortobagyiensis Földvári et DeMeyer, 1999 confirmed.
 
Key words. Faunology, biology, Pipunculidae, Moravia, Slovakia, Germany
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 Abstract - Moravec J. 2003
Taxonomic revision of the genus Cheilymenia Boud. - 9. The sections Villosae and Obtusipilosae, and a revision of the genus Pseudoaleuria Lusk (Pezizales, Pyronemataceae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 37-73.
The section Villosae J. Moravec of the genus Cheilymenia Boud. is newly revised and comprises: Cheilymenia villosa Gamundí (the type species), C. gemella (P. Karst.) J. Moravec, C. chionophila T. Schumacher and C. sclerotiorum T. Schumacher. A lectotype (H) of Peziza stercorea subsp. gemella P. Karst. is designated. The section Obtusipilosae (J. Moravec, 1990) stat.nov., originally a series of the section Villosae, is reassessed here as a separate section with the type species Cheilymenia magnifica (W. Y. Zhuang et Korf) J. Moravec (based on Coprobia magnifica W. Y. Zhuang et Korf), and Cheilymenia catenipila J. Moravec sp.nov. described here. Cheilymenia campestris (P. Crouan et H. Crouan) J. Moravec (based on Peziza campestris P. Crouan et H. Crouan) is considered here a later synonym of Cheilymenia fibrillosa (Currey) Le Gal (based on Peziza fibrillosa Currey). The latter is transferred here to the genus Pseudoaleuria Lusk (with type species Pseudoaleuria quinaultiana Lusk) as Pseudoaleuria fibrillosa (Currey) J. Moravec comb.nov. All taxa are illustrated with line drawings or microphotographs and SEM photomicrographs.
 
Key words. Cheilymenia Boud., Villosae, Obtusipilosae, Pseudoaleuria Lusk, Pezizales, Pyronemataceae, taxonomy, revision
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 Abstract - Antonín V. 2003
Marasmius querceus Britzelm. (Basidiomycetes, Tricholomataceae) found for the second time in Moravia (Czech Republic). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 75-79.
A new find of Marasmius querceus Britzelm. and its detailed macroscopic and microscopic descriptions are published. This fungus, collected in a thermophilous forest stand with oak and hornbeam in the Hádecká planinka National Nature Reserve near Brno (Moravian Karst Landscape Protected Area), was found for the second time in Moravia (Czech Republic) after more than forty years.
 
Key words. Basidiomycetes, Tricholomataceae, Marasmius querceus, Czech Republic, Moravia, Moravian Karst
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 Abstract - Kubešová S. 2003
Bryoflora in block fields in south-western Moravian river valleys. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 81-94.
93 bryophyte species (20 liverworts, 73 mosses) were recorded at 26 study sites. The most frequent species in block fields are Barbilophozia barbata, Dicranum scoparium, Grimmia ovalis, Hedwigia ciliata, Hypnum cupressiforme, Pleurozium schreberi, Pohlia nutans, and Polytrichum formosum. Interesting occurrences of the species Antitrichia curtipendula, Bazzania trilobata, Buxbaumia aphylla, Dicranum fulvum, Jamesoniella autumnalis, Lophozia excisa, L. longidens, Polytrichum commune, Pseudotaxiphyllum elegans, and Racomitrium lanuginosum are discussed. Seven threatened bryophytes were recorded in the block fields. The most common life-form of the block field is the chamaephyte and the most common life-strategies are the colonial and perennial. The most frequented distribution range types are the temperate, boreal, and sub-boreal in the block fields. Life-forms, life-strategies, and distribution range type spectra differ significantly between the block fields and the wider surroundings.
 
Key words. Life-strategies, life-forms, distribution range types, liverworts, mosses, scree
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Abstract - Bureš P. 2003
Distribution and hybridization of Cirsium heterophyllum (Asteraceae) in the Czech Republic, with ecological and karyological remarks. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 95-161.
Five natural hybrids with C. heterophyllum were confirmed through the study of herbaria and field investigations. They are C. acaule × C. heterophyllum, C. heterophyllum × C. oleraceum, C. heterophyllum × C. palustre, C. heterophyllum × C. rivulare. A chromosome number of 2n=34 is recorded from the Czech Republic and brief comments on morphological variability are included. Distribution maps for C. heterophyllum and for the hybrids C. heterophyllum × C. oleraceum, C. heterophyllum × C. palustre and C. heterophyllum × C. rivulare in the Czech Republic are presented, based on an examination of herbarium specimens and the literature. Cenological and ecological relationships are discussed. The climatic affinities of C. heterophyllum are discussed with reference to the distribution of its localities within the climatic regions of the Czech Republic.
 
Key words. Asteraceae, Compositae, Cirsium, natural hybridization, phytogeography, autecology
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 Abstract - Sutorý K. 2003
Material of type character in the Münch-Bellinghausen collection in the Moravian Museum, Brno (BRNM). 3. David Heinrich Hoppe. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 88: 163-179.
Fifty-two higher plant specimens documenting new plant names and an additional twelve specimens documenting unpublished plant names by David Heinrich Hoppe are listed and commented upon. The specimens belong to the Münch-Bellinghausen exsiccate collection and they are deposited in the Department of Botany in the Moravian Museum, Brno (BRNM).
 
Key words. Moravian Museum, Department of Botany, Münch-Bellinghausen collection, David Heinrich Hoppe
 
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