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Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae 93/2008

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 Holuša J. & Kočárek P.: The occurrence of Pterolepis germanica (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1840) in Slovakia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Abstract1
 


 Dvořák D., Roleček J. & Fajmon K. 2008: A recent record of the predatory bush cricket Saga pedo Pallas, 1771, in the Pouzdřanská step Steppe (southern Moravia). Abstract7
 


 Kment P. & Jindra Z. 2008: New records of Eurydema fieberi from the Czech Republic with corrections to some previously published records of Palaearctic Eurydema species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Abstract11
 


 Stehlík J. L. & Jindra Z. 2008: A contribution to knowledge of Pyrrhocoroidea (Heteroptera) of Zambia. Abstract29
 


 Háva J. 2008: Thorictus taftanus sp.nov. from Iran (Coleoptera: Dermestidae). Abstract43
 


 Skalický S. 2008: A review of Japanese Heteroceridae (Coleoptera). Abstract47
 


 Dvořák L., Bogusch P., Malenovský I., Bezděčka P., Bezděčková K., Holý K., Liška P., Macek J., Roller L., Říha M., Smetana V., Straka J. & Šima P. 2008: Hymenoptera of Hády Hill, near the city of Brno (Czech Republic), collected during the Third Czech-Slovak Hymenoptera meeting. Abstract53
 


 Holý K. 2008: Faunistic records from the Czech Republic (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae, Ibaliidae). Abstract93
 


 Holý K. 2008: The subfamily Rhyssinae Morley, 1913 (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) in the collections of the Moravian Museum, Brno. Abstract97
 


 Dvořák L., Castro L. & Roberts S. P. M. 2008: Social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) trapped with beer bait in European open ecosystems. Abstract105
 
 Říha M. 2008: A new species of the genus Crossocerus Lepeletier et Brullé, 1835 from south-eastern Asia (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae). Abstract131
 


 Antonín V. & Vágner A. 2008: New, rare and less-known macromycetes in Moravia (Czech Republic) - VIII. Abstract135
 


 Čáp J. 2008: Euphorbia agraria M. Bieb. found in the Czech Republic (Euphorbiacea). Abstract153
 


 Řepka R. 2008: Carex obtusata Liljeblad - a sedge species newly discovered in the Czech Republic. Abstract157
 
 Sutorý K. 2009: Material of type character in the Münch-Bellinghausen collection in the Moravian Museum, Brno (BRNM). 7. Philipp Gottfried Gaertner, Bernhard Meyer, Johannes Scherbius. Abstract169
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Abstract - Holuša J. & Kočárek P.
The occurrence of Pterolepis germanica (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1840) in Slovakia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 1-6.
Pterolepis germanica (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1840) occurs in Slovakia at the northern edge of its range. It is known today from three territories in southern Slovakia at the borders of areas of steppe and deciduous forests. It occurs on high herb vegetation in localities with a very warm and dry microclimate. An older record in north-eastern Slovakia is probably unconformable to modern distibution because of drastic changes in countryside management and the extinction of dry steppe habitats.
  
Keywords. Pterolepis germanica, faunistics, distribution, Slovakia
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 Abstract - Dvořák D., Roleček J. & Fajmon K. 2008
A recent record of the predatory bush cricket Saga pedo Pallas, 1771, in the Pouzdřanská step Steppe (southern Moravia). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 7-9.
A recent record of the predatory bush cricket Saga pedo Pallas, 1771, in the Pouzdřanská step Steppe (southern Moravia, the Czech Republic) is reported. This is the second recent site for the species in the Czech Republic. The habitat of the species is described and the circumstances of the find are discussed.
 
Keywords. Saga pedo, faunistics, Czech Republic
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 Abstract - Kment P. & Jindra Z. 2008
New records of Eurydema fieberi from the Czech Republic with corrections to some previously published records of Palaearctic Eurydema species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 11-27.
The first recent records of Eurydema (Horvatheurydema) fieberi Fieber, 1837 from Bohemia, previously believed to be extinct in the Czech Republic, are presented. Further, some previously-published misidentifications of E. (Eurydema) laticollis Horváth, 1907, E. (Horvatheurydema) rotundicollis (Dohrn, 1860), E. (Rubrodorsalium) maracandica Oshanin, 1871, E. (R.) mrugowskyi Stichel, 1944, and E. (?) pulchrigena Kiritshenko, 1925 are corrected. The following species must be excluded from the faunal lists of their respective countries: E. (H.) rotundicollis from Slovakia, E. (R.) mrugowskyi from Turkey, and E. (?) pulchrigena from Afghanistan. We confirm the occurrence of E. (R.) maracandica from Afghanistan. Eurydema (H.) fieberi is recorded for the first time from Montenegro, and E. (R.) blanda Horváth, 1903 is a new species for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Iran.
 
Keywords. Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Czech Republic, Bohemia, Moravia, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Montenegro, Slovakia, Turkey, faunistics, new record, red list
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 Abstract - Stehlík J. L. & Jindra Z. 2008
A contribution to knowledge of Pyrrhocoroidea (Heteroptera) of Zambia. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 29-42.
Roscius parvulus sp.nov. is described. Pyrrhocoris truncatipennis Fallou, 1891 is removed from synonymy with Dermatinus tartareus St?l, 1855 (currently Aderrhis tartarea), transferred to the genus Aderrhis Bergroth, 1926 and redescribed. A synonymy of Roscius brazavilliensis Robert, 1975 with Roscius guilielmi Bergroth, 1926 is suggested. Ten species of Pyrrhocoroidea are recorded for the first time from Zambia. Altogether 17 species are now known from Zambia.
 
Key words. Largidae, Pyrrhocoridae, taxonomy, new species, new records, Zambia, Afrotropical region
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 Abstract - Háva J. 2008
Thorictus taftanus sp.nov. from Iran (Coleoptera: Dermestidae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 43-46.
The species Thorictus taftanus sp.nov. from Iran is described, illustrated and compared with the similar species T. angustus John, 1964.
 
Key words. Coleoptera, Dermestidae, Thorictinae, Thorictus, new species, Iran, Palaearctic region
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 Abstract - Skalický S. 2008
A review of Japanese Heteroceridae (Coleoptera). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 47-52.
The current state of knowledge of Japanese Heteroceridae is summarized. Only three species from the family occur in Japan: Heterocerus fenestratus Thunberg, 1793, Augyles japonicus (Kôno, 1933) and Augyles tokejii (Nomura, 1958). The distribution of these species on the Japanese Islands is summarized, while H. fenestratus and A. japonicus are recorded from the Kuril Islands for the first time. A. japonicus and A. tokejii are revised, redescribed and figured. Certain specimens examined, labelled as types of H. orientalis, H. chosensis, H. sugihari and H. okamotoi, have never been formally described and remain nomina nuda. All diagnostic characters for these species agree with those of A. tokejii (H. okamoti), A. japonicus (H. sugihari), H. fenestratus (H. chosensis and H. orientalis) and are conspecific with them.
 
Key words. Taxonomy, Coleoptera, Heteroceridae, new records, Japan, Kuril Island
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 Abstract - Dvořák L., Bogusch P., Malenovský I., Bezděčka P., Bezděčková K., Holý K., Liška P., Macek J., Roller L., Říha M., Smetana V., Straka J. & Šima P. 2008
Hymenoptera of Hády Hill, near the city of Brno (Czech Republic), collected during the Third Czech-Slovak Hymenoptera meeting. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 53-92.
On a joint excursion during the Third Czech-Slovak Hymenoptera meeting on 8 June 2007, participants recorded a total of 234 species of Hymenoptera from the xerothermic complex on Hády Hill, which is situated on the north-eastern edge of the city of Brno (Czech Republic, South Moravia). Despite being dramatically changed by limestone mining in the 20th century, the locality is valuable as a hotspot for threatened species of Hymenoptera, as is evident from finds of 48 species currently classified in the national Red List, including three taxa previously considered extinct in the Czech Republic (Chrysis graelsii sybarita Förster, 1853, Evagetes elongatus (Lepeletier, 1845) and Hylaeus lineolatus (Schenck, 1861)). Most of the Hymenoptera recorded are more or less confined to dry grassland, although several species preferring open thermophilous woodland and closed forests were also ascertained. Macrophya postica (Brullé, 1832), Pristiphora insularis Rohwer, 1910 (both Tenthredinidae), Chrysis phryne Abeille de Perrin, 1878 (Chrysididae), and Ceratina nigrolabiata Friese, 1896 (Apidae) were found for the first time in the Czech Republic.
 
Key words. Aculeata, Evaniidae, Ichneumonidae, Symphyta, Stephanidae, Moravian Karst, South Moravia, Central Europe, limestone, dry grassland, thermophilous woodland, faunistics, threatened species, new records
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Abstract - Holý K. 2008
Faunistic records from the Czech Republic (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae, Ibaliidae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 93-96.
Two new species of Cynipoidea, Ibalia jakowlewi Jacobson, 1899 (Ibaliidae) for Moravia and Andricus coriarius (Hartig, 1843) for Bohemia are reported. A short history of research into the Ibaliidae of the Czech Republic is given.
 
Key words. Andricus coriarius, Ibalia jakowlewi, Czech Republic, new records
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 Abstract - Holý K. 2008
The subfamily Rhyssinae Morley, 1913 (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) in the collections of the Moravian Museum, Brno. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 97-103. 
In total 125 specimens of six species [Megarhyssa rixator (Schellenberg, 1802), Megarhyssa superba (Schrank, 1781), Megarhyssa vagatoria (Fabricius, 1793), Rhyssa amoena Gravenhorst, 1829, Rhyssa persuasoria (Linnaeus, 1758) and Rhyssella obliterata (Gravenhorst, 1829)] deposited in the collection of the Moravian Museum, Brno are revised. M. vagatoria is a new species for the Czech Republic, M. rixator and M. superba are new species for Moravia and R. amoena is a new species for Bohemia and Slovakia.
 
Key words. Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Rhyssinae, Megarhyssa, Rhyssa, Rhyssella, Central Europe, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic; first records
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 Abstract - Dvořák L., Castro L. & Roberts S. P. M. 2008
Social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) trapped with beer bait in European open ecosystems. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 105-130.
Social wasps (Hymenoptera, Vespidae) were trapped using beer bait traps in European open ecosystems in 2007. During this study, 4015 wasps of 10 species were trapped at 144 locations. The following species were trapped: Polistes dominula (Christ, 1791), Polistes nimpha (Christ, 1791), Vespa crabro Linnaeus, 1758, Vespula germanica (Fabricius, 1793), V. rufa (Linnaeus, 1758), V. vulgaris (Linnaeus, 1758), Dolichovespula media (Retzius, 1783), D. saxonica (Fabricius, 1793), D. sylvestris (Scopoli, 1763), and D. omissa (Bischoff, 1931). V. vulgaris and V. crabro were the eudominant species with more than 30 % of individuals. The third most common species was V. germanica with more than 13 % of individuals. D. media, a species formerly recognised as rare or uncommon, had 9%. A very interesting result of the study is one trapped specimen of D. omissa, a social parasite species.
 
Key words. Vespidae, Vespa, Vespula, Dolichovespula, Polistes, Europe, beer, bait traps, open ecosystems
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 Abstract - Říha M. 2008
A new species of the genus Crossocerus Lepeletier et Brullé, 1835 from south-eastern Asia (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 131-134.
Crossocerus nemeci sp.nov., a new species of the genus Crossocerus Lepeletier et Brullé, 1835 (the subgenus Yambal Tsuneki, 1990), from Thailand and Malaysia is described, illustrated and compared with other known species of the genus.
 
Key words. Hymenoptera, Crabronidae, Crabronini, Crossocerus, Yambal, taxonomy, new species, South-eastern Asia
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Abstract - Antonín V. & Vágner A. 2008
New, rare and less-known macromycetes in Moravia (Czech Republic) - VIII. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 135-152.
The authors give descriptions of macro- and microfeatures of 12 rare or less-known macromycetes collected in Moravia (Czech Republic). Macowanites messapicoides, Entoloma inusitatum, and probably also Xerula caussei are recorded for the first time, and Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca var. robusta for the second time in the Czech Republic. Agaricus devoniensis, Clavulinopsis subtilis, Geastrum floriforme, Hygrocybe fornicata, Lactarius romagnesii and Pleurotus calyptratus are very rare to rare fungi included in the Red List of fungi (macromycetes) of the Czech Republic. Bovista acuminata and Gymnopus pubipes var. pallidopileatus also represent rare taxa.
 
Key words. Basidiomycetes, Agaricus, Bovista, Clavulinopsis, Entoloma, Geastrum, Gymnopus, Hygrocybe, Hygrophoropsis, Lactarius, Macowanites, Pleurotus, Xerula, Moravia, Czech Republic
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 Abstract - Čáp J. 2008
Euphorbia agraria M. Bieb. found in the Czech Republic (Euphorbiaceae). Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 153-156.
An introduced species, Euphorbia agraria M. Bieb., previously not recorded in central Europe, has been found in the Pannonian part of Moravia, Czech Republic.
 
Key words. Euphorbia agraria, new record, Czech republic 
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 Abstract - Řepka R. 2008
Carex obtusata Liljeblad - a sedge species newly discovered in the Czech Republic. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 157-167.
In 2004, Carex obtusata, a sedge species previously unknown to the Czech flora, was found in the surroundings of the town of Plumlov (Prostějov Distr., central Moravia). The sedge has also been found at two sites, nearby the village of Vícov - Malá horka and Za Hrnčířkou. It is a new species for the Czech Republic and at the same time a significant find for Central Europe as a whole; to date, it has been found near Lvov in western Ukraine and at several sites in Germany. The species was first described from southern Sweden. It is a continental species with its centre of distribution in Siberia and North America. It is very rare in Europe.
 
Keywords. Carex obtusata, Czech Republic, central Moravia, new locality
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Abstract - Sutorý K. 2009
Material of type character in the Münch-Bellinghausen collection in the Moravian Museum, Brno (BRNM). 7. Philipp Gottfried Gaertner, Bernhard Meyer, Johannes Scherbius. Acta Musei Moraviae, Scientiae biologicae (Brno) 93: 169-184.
There are specimens from the "Wetterauische Flora" exsiccate collection made by P. G. Gaertner, B. Meyer and J. Scherbius in the Münch-Bellinghausen collection. An overview of the vascular plants is listed and some names and specimens are briefly commented upon.
 
Key words. Moravian Museum, Department of Botany, Münch-Bellinghausen collection, P. G. Gaertner, B. Meyer, J. Scherbius, Flora der Wetterau 
 
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