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Megaloptera of Canada

). eol>alderflies; biodiversity assessment; Biota of Canada; dobsonflies; fishflies; Megaloptera - Copyright Xingyue Liu. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative

A DNA barcode reference library of Neuroptera (Insecta, Neuropterida) from Beijing

, Huan Xu, Xingyue Liu Data type: multimedia Explanation note: A. Conwentzia sinica Yang, 1974; B. Semidalis bicornis Liu & Yang, 1993. Scale bar 0.5 mm. Copyright notice: This dataset is made available ... Supplementary material 3 Supplementary material 4 Figure S4. Neighbor-joining tree based on the COI sequence dataset of Chrysopidae Authors: Pan Yi, Pei Yu, Jingyi Liu, Huan Xu, Xingyue Liu Data type

A review of the montane lacewing genus Rapisma McLachlan (Neuroptera, Ithonidae) from China, with description of two new species

Central America, Oliarces Copyright Xingyue Liu. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY 4.0), which permits unrestricted use

Mitochondrial genomes of two Australian fishflies with an evolutionary timescale of Chauliodinae

transferred to ?20 ?C for the long-term storage upon arrival at the China Agricultural University (CAU). All samples were examined and identified by Xingyue Liu. The genomic DNA was extracted and purified from

The Nevrorthidae, mistaken at all times: phylogeny and review of present knowledge (Holometabola, Neuropterida, Neuroptera)

Abwässer 44/45: 65–86. Supplementary material 1 Specimens examined and records on which the distribution maps are based Authors: Ulrike Aspöck, Horst Aspöck, Xingyue Liu Data type: (measurement/occurence ... /10.3897/dez.64.13028.suppl1 Supplementary material 2 Characters used for the phylogenetic analysis Authors: Ulrike Aspöck, Horst Aspöck, Xingyue Liu Data type: (measurement/occurence/multimedia/etc

Efficient Carbon-Based CsPbBr3 Inorganic Perovskite Solar Cells by Using Cu-Phthalocyanine as Hole Transport Material

Metal halide perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have attracted extensive research interest for next-generation solution-processed photovoltaic devices because of their high solar-to-electric power conversion efficiency (PCE) and low fabrication cost. Although the world’s best PSC successfully achieves a considerable PCE of over 20% within a very limited timeframe after intensive...

Phylogenetic relationships among tribes of the green lacewing subfamily Chrysopinae recovered based on mitochondrial phylogenomics

. Winterton FanYang Xingyue Liu Published: xx xx xxxx Chrysopidae (green lacewings) is the second largest family in Neuroptera, and it includes medium-size lacewings largely recognized by the presence of

A New Fishfly Species (Megaloptera: Corydalidae: Neohermes Banks) Discovered from North America by a Systematic Revision, with Phylogenetic and Biogeographic Implications

The taxonomy of Megaloptera from the Nearctic region is fairly well known and their faunal diversity has been largely surveyed, even in relatively remote regions. However, the evolutionary history of Nearctic Megaloptera is still poorly known with phylogenetic and biogeographic studies lacking. In this paper, we report a new fishfly species of the endemic North American genus...

The phylogeny of brown lacewings (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae) reveals multiple reductions in wing venation

Background The last time the phylogenetic relationships among members of the family Hemerobiidae were studied quantitatively was over 12 years ago and based exclusively on morphology. Our study builds upon this morphological evidence by adding sequence data from three gene loci to provide a total evidence phylogeny of brown lacewings (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae). Thirty-seven...

Taxonomic notes of the Neotropical alderfly genus Ilyobius Enderlein, 1910 (Megaloptera, Sialidae), with description of a new species

The alderfly genus Ilyobius Enderlein, 1910 is one of the rare groups of Sialidae and mainly distributed in the Neotropical region. Here we describe a new species, I. curvata sp. n., from Panama and Colombia. Furthermore, we provide re-description on two described species of Ilyobius, i.e., I. flavicollis (Enderlein, 1910) and I. nubila (Navás, 1933). A key to the species of...

The Dilaridae of the Balkan Peninsula and of Anatolia (Insecta, Neuropterida, Neuroptera)

China. Zootaxa 3974: 451–494. doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.3974.4.1 Supplementary material 1 Sources of records upon which the distribution map is based Authors: Ulrike Aspöck, Xingyue Liu, Horst Aspöck Data ... material 2 Records on which the distribution map is based Authors: Ulrike Aspöck, Xingyue Liu, Horst Aspöck Data type: records data Copyright notice: This dataset is made available under the Open Database

Wing Base Structural Data Support the Sister Relationship of Megaloptera and Neuroptera (Insecta: Neuropterida)

The phylogenetic status and the monophyly of the holometabolous insect order Megaloptera has been an often disputed and long unresolved problem. The present study attempts to infer phylogenetic relationships among three orders, Megaloptera, Neuroptera, and Raphidioptera, within the superorder Neuropterida, based on wing base structure. Cladistic analyses were carried out based on...

New transitional fossil snakeflies from China illuminate the early evolution of Raphidioptera

Background Raphidioptera (snakeflies) is a holometabolous order of the superorder Neuropterida characterized by the narrowly elongate adult prothorax and the long female ovipositor. Mesozoic snakeflies were markedly more diverse than the modern ones are. However, the evolutionary history of Raphidioptera is largely unexplored, as a result of the poorly studied phylogeny among...

New transitional fossil snakeflies from China illuminate the early evolution of Raphidioptera

Raphidioptera (snakeflies) is a holometabolous order of the superorder Neuropterida characterized by the narrowly elongate adult prothorax and the long female ovipositor. Mesozoic snakeflies were markedly more diverse than the modern ones are. However, the evolutionary history of Raphidioptera is largely unexplored, as a result of the poorly studied phylogeny among fossil and...

Species of the pleasing lacewing genus Dilar Rambur (Neuroptera, Dilaridae) from islands of East Asia

Six species of the pleasing lacewing genus Dilar Rambur, 1838, are recorded from several islands of East Asia, including Hainan, Taiwan, and Japan. Five species, i.e. Dilar formosanus (Okamoto & Kuwayama, 1920), Dilar hikosanus Nakahara, 1955, Dilar japonicus McLachlan, 1883, Dilar pallidus Nakahara, 1955 and Dilar taiwanensis Banks, 1937, are herein redescribed. Dilar distinctus...

Comparative Mitogenomic Analysis Reveals Sexual Dimorphism in a Rare Montane Lacewing (Insecta: Neuroptera: Ithonidae)

Rapisma McLachlan, 1866 (Neuroptera: Ithonidae) is a rarely encountered genus of lacewings found inmontane tropical or subtropical forests in Oriental Asia. In Xizang Autonomous Region (Tibet) of China there are two sympatrically distributed species of Rapisma, i.e. Rapisma xizangense Yang, 1993 and Rapisma zayuanum Yang, 1993, in which R. xizangense is only known as male and has...

The First Mitochondrial Genome for the Fishfly Subfamily Chauliodinae and Implications for the Higher Phylogeny of Megaloptera

Megaloptera are a basal holometabolous insect order with larvae exclusively predacious and aquatic. The evolutionary history of Megaloptera attracts great interest because of its antiquity and important systematic status in Holometabola. However, due to the difficulties identifying morphological apomorphies for the group, controversial hypotheses on the monophyly and higher...

Early Evolution and Historical Biogeography of Fishflies (Megaloptera: Chauliodinae): Implications from a Phylogeny Combining Fossil and Extant Taxa

Fishflies (Corydalidae: Chauliodinae) are one of the main groups of the basal holometabolous insect order Megaloptera, with ca. 130 species distributed worldwide. A number of genera from the Southern Hemisphere show remarkably disjunctive distributions and are considered to be the austral remnants or “living fossils” of Gondwana. Hitherto, the evolutionary history of fishflies...