The article, which deals with multiple Alaskan species of rove beetles formerly in the genus Quedius, appeared December 10 in the journal Organisms Diversity & Evolution.
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The article, which appeared November 25 in the journal PeerJ, includes data from two Alaskan entomology collections.
The article was published on November 15 in the journal Fragmenta entomologica. Among the new species described, one (Oligosita microciliata) occurs in Alaska.
The article was published on September 6 in Zootaxa.
The article appeared on August 31 in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. The authors synonymized Bombus sylvicola with Bombus lapponicus and described Bombus (Pyrobombus) interacti sp. nov. from Alaska.
The article is in press in the journal Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
The article appeared in the September 2019 issue of Alaska Fish & Wildlife News.
The article, appearing on May 20 in the journal ZooKeys, includes a description of a new species from Alaska.
Alaska’s premier butterfly specialist, Ken Philip, created the world largest private collection of arctic Lepidoptera. Anyone can now take a virtual tour of the hundreds of drawers in his collection
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