Unia Europejska

foto Piotr Ślipiński

Image by Jerzy Prószyński 
Database designed by Marek Sokół
2007

Monograph of the Salticidae (Araneae) of the World. 

Electronic edition on DVD. 
ISBN 978-83-881470-6-7 
Publication date: June 30th, 2007 
Copyright by Jerzy Prószyński 
and by Museum and Institute of Zoology, PAN, 2007.

PART I. DATABASE 

PART II. DIAGNOSTIC DRAWINGS 

PART III. CATALOGUE OF THE Salticidae OF THE WORLD 


Special features:  
Pictorial Indexes, Keys and Taxonomic Revisions 

Contains 5476 species, 11794 drawings, 1007 photos, 494 maps


Monografia jest bezpłatna, prosimy o wpłatę 10 zł na pokrycie kosztów związanych z powielaniem i wysyłką płyty. Numer konta podany jest w formularzu zamówienia (szyfrowane połączenie) 

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Jacek Gorczyca, Andrzej Wolski 

Warszawa 2011
Katalog fauny Polski - Nowa seria - vol. 3 - Plant bugs of Poland. Part II. Subfamily Mirinae

ISBN 978-83-930773-3-5 ISSN 1895-5614

Wydawca: 
Natura optima dux Foundation

Cena: 63 zł + przesyłka

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Abstract

The second part of the catalogue of plant bugs of Poland is presented. It contains 105 species of mirid subfamily Mirinae reported from Poland. All published data are provided, from the oldest WEIGEL’S report to the last faunistic papers. Unpublished data are also included. The current taxonomical status, biology, distribution of species as well as their economic importance are provided. Keys to the tribes and genera of the subfamily are given. The classification system follows the series of the Catalogue of the Heteroptera of the Palaearctic Region. 

Keywords

catalogue, faunistics, Heteroptera, Miridae, Mirinae, Poland.

 Image Jacek Gorczyca

Plant bugs (Heteroptera: Miridae) of Poland

C A T A L O G U S
F A U N A E
P O L O N I A E
new series

Museum and Institute of Zoology
Polish Academy of Sciences
Warszawa 2007

216 pages, hardcover, ISBN 978-83-918040-4-9 ISSN 1895-5614

Publisher: 

Natura Optima dux Foundation

Cena: 60 PLN + przesyłka

Zamówienia:
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Abstract

The catalogue contains 162 species of mirid subfamilies Isometopinae, Deraeocorinae, Bryocorinae, Orthotylinae and Phylinae reported from Poland. All published data are provided, from the oldest WEIGEL’s report to the last faunistic papers. Unpublished data are also included. The current taxonomical status, distribution, biology and ecology of species as well as their economic importance are provided. A key to all the subfamilies which occur in Europe is given as well as keys to the tribes and genera of the subfamilies under discussion. The classification system follows the series of the Catalogue of the Heteroptera of the Palaearctic Region. 

Key words: Bryocorinae, Deraeocorinae, Heteroptera, Isometopinae, Orthotylinae, Phylinae, Poland.

Image Anna Skoracka, Mariusz Lewandowski,
Jan Boczek

A catalogue of eriophyoid mites
(Acari: Eriophyoidea) of Poland

 

C A T A L O G U S
F A U N A E
P O L O N I A E
new series

Museum and Institute of Zoology
Polish Academy of Sciences
Warszawa 2005 

199 pages, hardcover, ISBN 83-918040-2-X

Publisher: 

Natura Optima dux Foundation

Cena: 38 zł + wysyłka


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Abstract

The catalogue contains 342 species of eriophyoid mites recorded in Poland. The aim of this report is to provide data on species occurrence in Poland, their current taxonomical status, world distribution, host plants infested, relation to the host plant and pest status. The catalogue is also a source of information on ecological, biological or applied observations made in Poland up to know. Identification keys to families, subfamilies, tribes and genera are also provided. The paper is based on all bibliographical data regarding the presence of eriophyoid mites in Poland. The classification system is followed by Amrine et al. (2003). The taxonomical verification was made according to Amrine & Stasny (1994), Amrine et al. (2003), de Lillo & Amrine (2005).

Key words: Acari, Diptilomiopidae, Eriophyidae, Eriophyoidea, Phytoptidae, Poland, host plants.