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Article Reference Trois nouvelles espèces afrotropicales du genre Pseudopharaphodius Bordat, 1990 (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea, Aphodiidae)
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Article Reference Troisième contribution à l’étude des Monochamini d’Asie du Sud-Est: révidion du genre Pseudomyagrus Breuning, 1943 (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae)
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Article Reference Trophic interactions in an ant nest microcosm: a combined experimental and stable istotope (13 C/15N) approach
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Article Reference Tropical Eastern Pacific Amphoriscidae Dendy, 1892 (Porifera: Calcarea: Calcaronea: Leucosolenida) from the Peruvian coast
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2019
Article Reference Twee nautilusfossielen gevonden in de Donkerstraat in Leuven!
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2020
Article Reference Twee nautilusfossielen gevonden in de Donkerstraat in Leuven!
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2020
Article Reference Two new coastal species of Elaphropeza Macquart (Diptera: Hybotidae) from Bali, Indonesia
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Article Reference Two new species of <i>Leptanilloides</i> Mann, 1823 (Formicidae: Dorylinae) from the Andes of southern Ecuador
Two new species of Leptanilloides are described: L. copalinga Delsinne & Donoso sp. nov., and L. prometea Delsinne & Donoso sp. nov., based on workers collected in the leaf litter and soil of the Andes of southern Ecuador. Both species belong to the L. biconstricta species-group (formally diagnosed here). The metatibial gland, considered a synapomorphy for Dorylinae, is observed in L. prometea sp. nov. but seems absent in L. copalinga sp. nov. We provide a COI DNA barcode for both species and a revised key for the worker caste of all known species in the genus. We also describe a single male identified as a potential new Leptanilloides species on the basis of morphology. Furthermore, its mitochondrial COI gene sequence does not match any previously barcoded species. However, we refrain from giving it a specific name because of our lack of knowledge about the worker caste. So far, half of the 14 Leptanilloides species have been discovered above 1500 m in the mountain forests or páramos of the Ecuadorian Andes, confirming, if needed, the biological significance of these threatened habitats.
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Article Reference Two new species of Clytini Mulsant, 1839 from Tibet (Coleoptera Cerambycidae Cerambycinae)
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Article Reference Two new species of Polydictya from Borneo and Siberut, and notes on P. chewi Nagai & Porion, 2004 and P. tan
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2016