Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien, Serie b 121 (2019)

ISSN: 0255-0105 ISBN: 978-3-903096-28-8

Erscheinungsdatum / Publication date: 20. February 2019

Inhalt / Content

  • Winkler, H. C., Pinsker, W., Haring, Elisabeth, Berg, Hans-Martin, and Wurzinger, N.: Anita Gamauf 1962-2018. p. 5-8
  • Madl, Michael: Notes on the ant fauna of Eritrea (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae): type specimens deposited in the Natural History Museum Vienna (Austria) and a preliminary checklist. p. 9-18
    The ant collection of the Natural History Museum Vienna (Austria) contains syntypes of nine species described from Eritrea: Aphaenogaster clavata Emery, 1877 (= Pheidole clavata (Emery, 1877)), Camponotus carbo Emery, 1877, Melissotarsus beccarii Emery, 1877, Monomorium bicolor Emery, 1877, Pheidole rugaticeps Emery, 1877, Pheidole speculifera Emery, 1877, Polyrhachis antinorii Emery, 1877 (= Polyrhachis viscosa Smith, 1858) and Tetramorium doriae Emery, 1881. All syntypes were collected in Eritrea except the syntype of Monomorium luteum Emery, 1881, which was collected in Yemen. A preliminary checklist of the ants of Eritrea comprises 114 species and subspecies of seven subfamilies.

    Zusammenfassung
    In der Ameisensammlung des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien (Österreich) werden Syntypen von neun Arten aufbewahrt, die aus Eritrea beschrieben worden sind: Aphaenogaster clavata Emery, 1877 [= Pheidole clavata (Emery, 1877)], Camponotus carbo Emery, 1877, Melissotarsus beccarii Emery, 1877, Monomorium bicolor Emery, 1877, Pheidole rugaticeps Emery, 1877, Pheidole speculifera Emery, 1877, Polyrhachis antinorii Emery, 1877 (= Polyrhachis viscosa Smith, 1858) und Tetramorium doriae Emery, 1881. Alle Syntypen stammen aus Eritrea ausgenommen der Syntypus von Monomorium luteum Emery, 1881, der in Jemen gesammelt wurde. Eine vorläufige Artenliste der Ameisen Eritreas umfasst 114 Arten und Unterarten aus sieben Unterfamilien.
    Key words: Formicidae, types, Camponotus, Melissotarsus, Monomorium, Pheidole, Polyrhachis, Tetramorium, checklist, Eritrea, Yemen.
  • Dworschak, Peter C.: Axiidea (Micheleidae) and Gebiidea (Laomediidae and Upogebiidae) of Panglao, the Philippines. p. 19-32
    A summary of species from one axiidean family and two gebiidean families collected during the Panglao Marine Biodiversity Project 2004 is presented. The axiidean family Micheleidae is represented by one damaged specimen, tentatively identified as Michelea sp. The gebiidean family Laomediidae is represented by two species, Naushonia carinata Dworschak, Marin & Anker, 2006 and Axianassa heardi Anker, 2011. The family Upogebiidae is the most diverse and represented by nine species, Acutigebia sp., Neogebicula monochela (Sakai, 1967) with one specimen each, Gebiacantha ceratophora (de Man, 1905) and G. multispinosa Ngoc-Ho, 1994 with two and three specimens, respectively, G. laurentae Ngoc-Ho, 1989 with 21 specimens was the most common followed by Upogebia barbata (Strahl, 1862) and U. holthuisi Sakai, 1982 with 8 and 6 specimens, respectively. Figures for seven species of Upogebiidae are presented. Except for U. barbata, all upogebiid species and Axianassa heardi are here recorded the first time from the Philippines.
    Key words: Axiidea, Micheleidae, Gebiidea, Laomediidae, Upogebiidae, Panglao, Philippines, burrowing shrimp.
  • Gemel, Richard, Gassner, Georg, and Schweiger, Silke: Katalog der Typen der Herpetologischen Sammlung des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien – 2018. p. 33-248
    In diesem Katalog werden alle Typusexemplare von Amphibien und Reptilien der Herpetologischen Sammlung des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien angeführt. Die Typen sind nach Klassen geordnet und in systematischer Reihenfolge alphabetisch aufgelistet. Die Sammlung beinhaltet wertvolles historisches Material, unter anderem aus der Sammlung von Steindachner.
    Abstract
    In this catalogue, all type specimens of amphibians and reptiles of the Herpetological Collection of the Natural History Museum Vienna are listed. The types are arranged systematically and listed in alphabetical order. The collection contains valuable historical material among which, those from the collection of Steindachner.
    Key Words: Types, historical collections, Natural History Museum Vienna, Reptilia, Amphibia.
  • Laciny, Alice, Zettel, Herbert, Maryati, M., and Noor-Izwan, A.: A new species of the Echinopla mezgeri group (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Peninsular Malaysia. p. 249-255
    We report on the discovery of a new ant species belonging to the Echinopla mezgeri species group from Peninsular Malaysia. Echinopla tunkuabduljalilii sp.n. differs from Echinopla mezgeri Zettel & Laciny, 2015 from Borneo by a reduced puncturation on head, mesosoma, petiole, and gaster, and by a comparatively low petiole. Collection circumstances are described.
    Key words: ants, Camponotini, Echinopla, new species, Malaysia, arboreal ants.

    Zusammenfassung
    Wir berichten über die Entdeckung einer neuen Ameisenart aus der Echinopla mezgeri-Artengruppe aus Westmalaysien. Echinopla tunkuabduljalilii sp.n. unterscheidet sich von Echinopla mezgeri Zettel & Laciny, 2015 aus Borneo durch reduzierte Punktierung auf Kopf, Mesosoma, Petiolus und Gaster sowie durch einen vergleichsweise niedrigen Petiolus. Die Sammelumstände werden beschrieben.
  • Zettel, Herbert and Sangpradub, N.: A new species of Helotrephes Stål, 1860 (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Helotrephidae) from Nan Province, Thailand. p. 257-262
    A new species of Helotrephes Stål, 1860 is described: Helotrephes grossepunctatus sp.n. from Nan Province in Thailand belongs to the H. sausai species group, which is distributed in various mountain ranges of Southeast Asia and southern China. Its closest relatives are H. monticola Zettel, 2000 from the Doi Inthanon (Chiang Mai Province, Thailand) and H. komareki Zettel, 2004 from Zengcheng (Guangdong Province, China). A key to males of the H. sausai species group is added.
    Key words: Helotrephidae, Helotrephes, new species, stream, Thailand, Oriental.

    Zusammenfassung
    Eine neue Art der Gattung Helotrephes Stål, 1860 wird beschrieben: Helotrephes grossepunctatus sp.n. aus der Provinz Nan in Thailand gehört in die H. sausai-Artengruppe, die in den verschiedenen Gebirgszügen Südostasiens und Südchinas verbreitet ist. Die nächsten Verwandten sind H. monticola Zettel, 2000 vom Doi Inthanon (Provinz Chiang Mai, Thailand) und H. komareki Zettel, 2004 aus Zengcheng (Provinz Guangdong, China). Ein Bestimmungsschlüssel zu den Männchen der H. sausai-Artengruppe wird vorgestellt.
  • Mirtadzadini, M., Bordbar, F., Rahiminejad, Mohammed Reza, and Vitek, Ernst: Jurinea gedrosiaca (Asteraceae, Cardueae), correctly belongs to Tricholepis (Asteraceae, Centaureinae). p. 263-270
    In the frames of our research on the genus Jurinea (Carduinae), the taxonomic status of some species has been checked. In this study, evidences are presented to support transferring the species Jurinea gedrosiaca to Tricholepis, a genus in Centaureinae. Furthermore, it is demonstrated that J. gedrosiaca is conspecific with T. edmondsonii described around 40 years later. Consequently, the correct name of the taxon is Tricholepis gedrosiaca, and the respective combination is presented. An improved description, photos and distribution map of the species are also provided.
    Keywords: Centaureinae, Compositae, flora of Iran, plant taxonomy, synonymy.
  • Wallnöfer, Bruno: A revision of neotropical Diospyros (Ebenaceae): part 12. p. 271-298
    In the course of a revision of the New World Ebenaceae for "Flora Neotropica" and some regional floras, specimens from ca. 100 herbaria have been studied. Diospyros agnitser B.Walln., and D. robolot B.Walln. are described as new species from Bahia (Brazil). D. gaultheriifolia Mart. ex Miq. (synonym: D. duartei Cavalcante), and D. riedelii (Hiern) B.Walln. (basionym: D. peruviana Hiern var. riedelii Hiern) from Eastern Brazil are here described in detail. D. spinosa Hiern is relegated into the synonymy of the Indian D. chloroxylon Roxb. Figures, two distribution maps, vernacular names, information on habitat, lists of specimens, and an identification key for the Diospyros gaultheriifolia group are included.
    Key words: Ebenaceae, Diospyros agnitser, chloroxylon, duartei, gaultheriifolia, riedelii, robolot, spinosa, revision, taxonomy, distribution map, Flora of South America

    Zusammenfassung
    Im Rahmen einer Revision der neuweltlichen Ebenaceae für "Flora Neotropica" und einige Regionalfloren konnten Herbarbelege aus ca. 100 Herbarien studiert werden. Diospyros agnitser B.Walln. und D. robolot B.Walln. werden als neue Arten aus Bahia (Brasilien) beschrieben. Die beiden ostbrasilianischen Arten D. gaultheriifolia Mart. ex Miq. (Synonym: D. duartei Cavalcante) und D. riedelii (Hiern) B.Walln. (Basionym: D. peruviana Hiern var. riedelii Hiern) werden eingehend beschrieben. D. spinosa Hiern wird als ein Synonym des indischen D. chloroxylon Roxb. erkannt. Abbildungen, zwei Verbreitungskarten, Volksnamen, Angaben zum Habitat, Listen der gesehenen Herbarbelege, sowie ein Bestimmungsschlüssel für die Diospyros gaultheriifolia Gruppe werden präsentiert.
  • Negaresh, K.: Nomenclatural notes on Echinops armatus (Asteraceae, Cardueae). p. 299-305
    The name Echinops armatus Boiss. & Hausskn. is illegitimate, because there exists an earlier homonym. A new name, Echinops rechingeri Negaresh, is proposed for E. armatus Boiss. & Hausskn. Two new combinations are proposed here. Images of type specimens of E. rechingeri var. rechingeri, E. rechingeri var. cryptadenus and E. rechingeri var. papillosus are provided. br> Kew Words: Asteraceae, Cardueae, Echinops, new combinations, new name.
  • New taxa. p. 307
  • Instructions to Authors. p. 309-312

 

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