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, Volume 86, Issue 5, pp 614–622 | Cite as

To the memory of Prof. P. A. Lehr (1923–2005)

  • V. F. Zaitzev
  • A. S. Lelej
  • S. Yu. Storozhenko
  • N. V. Kurzenko
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List of P.A. Lehr’s Publications

1958

  1. 1.
    “Biology of a Robber Fly Feeding on Acridids,” Doklady Kazakh. Akad. Sel’skokhoz. Nauk, No. 3, 16–23.Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    “On the Biology and Importance of Robber Flies (Asilidae—Diptera),” Trudy Inst. Zool. Akad. Nauk Kazakh. SSR 8, 173–196.Google Scholar
  3. 3.
    “A Contribution to the Study of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) of Kazakhstan,” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 4, 189–209.Google Scholar
  4. 4.
    “Contributions to the Biology of Promachus leontochlaenus Loew (Diptera, Asilidae),” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 4, 210–224.Google Scholar
  5. 5.
    “New Species of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Entomol. Obozr. 37(3), 753–758.Google Scholar
  6. 6.
    “A Contribution to the Fauna of Robber Flies (Asilidae, Diptera) of Southeastern Kazakhstan,” Trudy Inst. Zool. Akad. Nauk Kazakh. SSR 8, 165–172.Google Scholar
  7. 7.
    Candidate’s Dissertation in Biology (Leningrad).Google Scholar

1959

  1. 8.
    “Behavioral Specificity of Robber Flies in Relation to Their Predatory Mode of Life,” in 4th Congress of the All-Union Entomol. Soc., Part 1, pp. 76–78.Google Scholar
  2. 9.
    “Robber Flies of the Genus Habropogon Loew (Asilidae, Diptera) of Middle Asia and Kazakhstan,” Trudy Inst. Zool. Akad. Nauk Kazakh. SSR 11, 180–192.Google Scholar
  3. 10.
    “Contributions to the Knowledge of Robber Flies of Kazakhstan (Diptera, Asilidae),” Doklady Kazakh. Akad. Sel’skokhoz. Nauk, No. 4, 57–64.Google Scholar
  4. 11.
    “Robber Flies as Enemies of Bees,” Pchelovodstvo, No. 2, 50.Google Scholar

1961

  1. 12.
    “Review of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) of Southern Kazakhstan,” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 6, 96–130.Google Scholar
  2. 13.
    “The Robber Fly Stenopogon heteroneurus Macquart (Diptera, Asilidae), Its Behavior and Feeding,” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 6, 131–146.Google Scholar
  3. 14.
    “Robber Flies of the Subfamily Leptogastrinae (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Entomol. Obozr. 40(3), 686–703.Google Scholar

1962

  1. 15.
    “A Contribution to the Taxonomy and Biology of Eutolmus implacidus (Diptera, Asilidae),” Trudy Inst. Zool. Akad. Nauk Kazakh. SSR 18, 205–215.Google Scholar
  2. 16.
    “Contributions to the Biology of Calliptamus turanicus and C. barbarus in Chimkent Province (Orthoptera),” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 7, 3–56.Google Scholar
  3. 17.
    “Some Problems of Evolution,” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 7, 347–382.Google Scholar

1963

  1. 18.
    “Review of Robber Flies of the Genera Polysarca Schin., Polysarcodes Par., Satanas Jac, Trypanoides Beck, Promachus Lw., Philodicus Lw., and Trichardopsis Oldr. (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Entomol. Obozr. 42(1), 195–210.Google Scholar
  2. 19.
    “Review of Robber Flies of the Genus Stenopogon Loew (Diptera, Asilidae),” Trudy Inst. Zool. Akad. Nauk Kazakh. SSR 21, 96–141.Google Scholar

1964

  1. 20.
    “On the Feeding and Importance of Robber Flies,” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 8, 213–244.Google Scholar
  2. 21.
    “Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) of Mangyshlak Peninsula,” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 8, 298–309.Google Scholar
  3. 22.
    “New Genera and Species of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Entomol. Obozr. 43(4), 914–935.Google Scholar

1965

  1. 23.
    “A Biological Method of Controlling Pests of Fruits and Vegetables,” in Information on the Activity of Kazakhstan Institute for Plant Protection (Kainar, Alma-Ata), pp. 4–5 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 24.
    “Robber Flies of the Tribe (sic!) of Kazakhstan and Middle Asia,” Trudy NII Zashchity Rastenii, Alma-Ata 9, 184–199.Google Scholar

1966

  1. 25.
    “Some Aspects of the Morphogenesis and Evolution by the Example of Robber Flies,” in Proceedings of Scientific Conference (Alma-Ata), pp. 97–100.Google Scholar
  2. 26.
    “Biology and Taxonomy of Robber Flies of the Genera Cyrtopogon Loew and Grypoctonus Speiser (Diptera, Asilidae) of Kazakhstan and Middle Asia,” Biologiya i Geografiya (Alma-Ata) 3, 95–101.Google Scholar
  3. 27.
    “New Species of the Genus Dysmachus Loew (Diptera, Asilidae),” Biologiya i Geografiya (Alma-Ata) 3, 102–109.Google Scholar
  4. 28.
    “Robber Flies of the Genus Neoitamus Ost.-Sac. (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Zool. Zh. 45(4), 568–574.Google Scholar

1967

  1. 29.
    “Eco-Morphological Analysis of Robber Flies of the Tribe Asilini (Diptera, Asilidae) with Description of New Genera and Species from Kazakhstan and Middle Asia,” Entomol. Obozr. 46(2), 391–408.Google Scholar

1969

  1. 30.
    “Eco-Morphological Analysis of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae). II,” Entomol. Obozr. 48(3), 534–560.Google Scholar
  2. 31.
    Doctoral Dissertation in Biology (Alma-Ata).Google Scholar
  3. 32.
    “Robber Flies of the Tribe Laphystini (sic!) (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Zool. Zh. 48(2), 233–240.Google Scholar

1970

  1. 33.
    “Robber Flies of the Genera Heteropogon Loew and Anisopogon Loew (Diptera, Asilidae) in Eurasia,” Biologiya i Geografiya (Alma-Ata) 6, 68–78.Google Scholar
  2. 34.
    “New Species of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Zool. Zh. 49(12), 1845–1850.Google Scholar
  3. 35.
    “Robber Flies of Kazakhstan,” in Scientific Conference Dedicated to the 50th Anniversary of Kazakh SSR and the Kazakhstan Communist Party (Alma-Ata), pp. 56–57.Google Scholar
  4. 36.
    “Review of Robber Flies of the Genera Hoplotriclis Herm., Antiphrisson Loew, and Philonicus Loew,” in Fauna and Ecology of Insects of Middle Asia (Dushanbe), pp. 107–135 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1971

  1. 37.
    “Biology and Importance of Machimus rusticus Meig. (Diptera, Asilidae) and Closely Related Species,” Biol. Nauki (Alma-Ata) 3, 203–213.Google Scholar
  2. 38.
    “La loi des Series Homologiques de N. I. Vavilow dans le Systeme et la Phylogenie des Asilidae (Diptera),” in Proceedings of XIII International Entomol. Congress Moscow, Vol. 1, pp. 265–266.Google Scholar

1972

  1. 39.
    “Robber Flies of the Genera Holopogon Loew and Jothopogon Becker (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Entomol. Obozr. 51(1), 155–172.Google Scholar
  2. 40.
    “Robber Flies of the Subfamilies Leptogastrinae and Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae) in the People’s Republic of Mongolia,” in Insects of Mongolia (Nauka, Leningrad), pp. 791–844 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 41.
    “Some Ecological Aspects of the Evolution of Robber Flies,” in First All-Union Workshop on Ecological and Evolutional Aspects of Animal Behavior (Nauka, Moscow), pp. 81–83.Google Scholar

1973

  1. 42.
    “On Some Adaptive Trends in the Evolution of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae),” Zool. Zh. 52(7), 1017–1025.Google Scholar

1974

  1. 43.
    “Robber Flies of the Genera Psilocurus, Theurgus, and Archilaphria (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Palaearctic Region,” Zool. Zh. 53(11), 1736–1738.Google Scholar

1975

  1. 44.
    “Leptogastrinae and Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae) of the People’s Republic of Mongolia,” Ann. Hist.-Natur. Mus. Nat. Hung. 67, 207–211.Google Scholar
  2. 45.
    “Robber Flies of the Genus Stichopogon Loew, 1847 (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR: I,” Entomol. Obozr. 54(2), 432–441.Google Scholar
  3. 46.
    “Robber Flies of the Genus Stichopogon Loew, 1847 (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR: II,” Entomol. Obozr. 54(3), 641–651.Google Scholar
  4. 47.
    “Robber Flies of the Subfamilies Leptogastrinae and Asilinae in the People’s Republic of Mongolia (Diptera, Asilidae),” in Insects of Mongolia. Part 3 (Nauka, Leningrad), pp. 520–540 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1976

  1. 48.
    “Third Report on Leptogastrinae and Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae) in the People’s Republic of Mongolia,” in Insects of Mongolia. Part 4 (Nauka, Leningrad), pp. 479–485 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1977

  1. 49.
    “Robber Flies of the Subfamilies Atomosinae and Laphriinae (Diptera, Asilidae) of Middle Asia and Kazakhstan,” Entomol. Obozr. 56(4), 888–898.Google Scholar
  2. 50.
    “On Robber Flies of the Subfamily Laphriinae (Diptera, Asilidae) of Middle Asia,” in Taxonomy and Evolution of Diptera (Nauka, Leningrad), pp. 45–51 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 51.
    “A New Species of the Genus Cyrtopogon Loew (Diptera, Asilidae) from Primorskii Territory,” Trudy Biol.-Pochv. Inst. (Vladivostok) 46(149), 144–145.Google Scholar

1978

  1. 52.
    “Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) of Sakhalin and Kuril Islands,” Trudy Biol.-Pochv. Inst. (Vladivostok) 50(153), 125–136.Google Scholar

1979

  1. 53.
    “Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae) of the Amur Region,” in Biological Studies in the Far East (Vladivostok), pp. 60–77 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 54.
    “On the Direction of Evolution, by the Example of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae),” Trudy Biol.-Pochv. Inst. (Vladivostok) 52(155), 20–57.Google Scholar
  3. 55.
    “Palaearctic Robber Flies of the Genus Asilus L. and Description of the New Genus Reminasus Lehr, gen. n. (Diptera, Asilidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 58(3), 639–645.Google Scholar
  4. 56.
    “A New Species of Robber Fly of the Genus Eremodromus Zimin, 1926 (Diptera, Asilidae) from Middle Asia,” Trudy Vses.. Entomol. O-va 61, 186–187.Google Scholar
  5. 57.
    “On the Direction of Evolution,” in Proceedings of XIV Pacific Scientific Congress (Moscow), pp. 33–34.Google Scholar

1980

  1. 58.
    “Eurybiotic Mode of Life as the Initial Stage of Evolution of a Taxon, by the Example of Robber Flies (Diptera, Asilidae),” in Parallelism and Regularity in the Evolution of Insects (Vladivostok), pp. 4–69 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 59.
    “Book Review: Zherikhin, V.V., Development and Succession of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Faunistic Complexes,” Zool. Zh. 59(9), 1437–1438.Google Scholar

1981

  1. 60.
    “Review of Robber Flies of the Subtribe Machimina Lehr (Diptera, Asilidae): Communication I,” Trudy Biol.-Pochv. Inst. (Vladivostok) 85(188), 90–128.Google Scholar

1984

  1. 61.
    “Robber Flies of the Tribe Stichopogonini (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR: Communication 1,” Zool. Zh. 63(5), 696–706.Google Scholar
  2. 62.
    “Robber Flies of the Tribe Stichopogonini (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR: Communication 2,” Zool. Zh. 63(6), 859–864.Google Scholar
  3. 63.
    “Taxonomy, Ecology, and Phylogeny of Robber Flies of the Genus Eutolmus Loew (Diptera, Asilidae),” Trudy Biol.-Pochv. Inst. (Vladivostok) 108(211) 127–139.Google Scholar
  4. 64.
    “New Data on Robber Flies of Iraq (Diptera, Asilidae),” Zool. Zh. 63(3), 467–468.Google Scholar
  5. 65.
    “Notes on the Nomenclature and Distribution of Palaearctic Robber Flies,” Entomol. Obozr. 63(2), 379–383.Google Scholar

1986

  1. 66.
    “New Genera and Species of Palaearctic Robber Flies of the Subfamily Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 65(1), 167–181.Google Scholar
  2. 67.
    “A New Genus of Robber Flies of the Subfamily Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae) from the Palaearctic Region,” Zool. Zh. 65(2), 302–305.Google Scholar
  3. 68.
    “Review of Robber Flies of the Subtribe Machimina Lehr (Diptera, Asilidae): Communication 2. Genus Antiphrisson Loew, 1847,” Trudy Biol.-Pochv. Inst. (Vladivostok) 127(230), 117–147.Google Scholar
  4. 69.
    “Preface,” in A Key to Insects of the Far East of the USSR. Vol. 1. Apterigota, Archaeoptera, Hemimetabola (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 1, pp. 3–8 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  5. 70.
    “Introduction,” in A Key to Insects of the Far East of the USSR. Vol. 1. Apterigota, Archaeoptera, Hemimetabola (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 1, pp. 11–23 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  6. 71.
    “Key to Orders,” in A Key to Insects of the Far East of the USSR. Vol. 1. Apterigota, Archaeoptera, Hemimetabola (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 1, pp. 24–30 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  7. 72.
    “Ecological and Morphological Tendencies in Evolution of Asilidae (Diptera) in Eurasia,” First International Congress of Dipterology (Budapest), p. 138.Google Scholar

1987

  1. 73.
    “Review of Robber Flies of the Genus Eremisca Hull, 1962 (Diptera, Asilidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 66(3), 630–643.Google Scholar

1988

  1. 74.
    “Review of Robber Flies of the Genus Philonicus (Diptera, Asilidae),” Trudy Vses. Entomol. O-va 70, 91–96.Google Scholar
  2. 75.
    “Family Asilidae,” in Catalogue of Palaearctic Diptera. Vol. 5. Athericidae-Asilidae, Ed. by Soos, A. and Papp, L. (Akademiai Kiado, Budapest), Vol. 5, pp 197–326.Google Scholar

1989

  1. 76.
    “Robber Flies of the Subfamily Laphriinae (Diptera, Asilidae) in the Fauna of the USSR,” Entomol. Obozr. 68(2), 406–421.Google Scholar
  2. 77.
    “Revision of Robber Flies of the Genera Asilella, Trichomachimus, and Acanthopleura (Diptera, Asilidae),” Zool. Zh. 68(2), 228–241.Google Scholar

1990

  1. 78.
    “Rational Resource Management in Ecosystems of the Far East,” Herald of the Far East Division of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Vol. 1(34), pp. 52–55 (with V.A. Krasilov and B.I. Lebedev) [in Russian].Google Scholar

1991

  1. 79.
    “Revision of Robber Flies of the Genus Choerades Walker, 1851 and Notes on the Structure of the Subfamily Laphriinae (Diptera, Asilidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 70(3), pp. 694–715.Google Scholar

1992

  1. 80.
    “Lesser Genera of Robber Flies of the Subfamily Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae): 1. Taxonomy and Ecology,” Zool. Zh. 71(5), 91–105.Google Scholar
  2. 81.
    “Lesser Genera of Robber Flies of the Subfamily Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae): 2. Phylogeny,” Zool. Zh. 71(6), 49–59.Google Scholar

1995

  1. 82.
    “Revision of Robber Flies of the Genera Cerdistus and Filiolus with Description of New Palaearctic Species (Diptera, Asilidae, Asilinae),” Zool. Zh. 74(1), 57–75.Google Scholar

1996

  1. 83.
    Robber Flies of the Subfamily Asilinae (Diptera, Asilidae) of the Palaearctic. Eco-Morphological Analysis, Taxonomy, and Evolution (Dalnauka, Vladivostok) [in Russian].Google Scholar

1998

  1. 84.
    “Robber Flies of the Genus Cyrtopogon Loew, 1847 (Diptera, Asilidae) of the Palaearctic,” Entomol. Obozr. 77(4), 860–887 [Entomol. Review 78 (9), 1042–1061].Google Scholar

1999

  1. 85.
    “Family Asilidae, Robber Flies,” in A Key to Insects of the Far East of Russia. Vol. 6. Diptera and Siphonaptera. Part 1 (Dalnauka, Vladivostok), Part 1, pp. 591–640 [in Russian].Google Scholar

2001

  1. 86.
    “Robber Flies of the Subfamily Dioctriinae, stat. n. (Diptera, Asilidae) from Asia. I. Taxonomy, Ecology, and Phylogeny,” Entomol. Obozr. 80(1), 194–208 [Entomol. Review 81 (1), 59–70].Google Scholar
  2. 87.
    “From the Chief Editor,” in A Key to Insects of the Far East of Russia. Vol. 6. Diptera and Siphonaptera. Part 2 (Dalnauka, Vladivostok), Vol. 6, Part 2, pp. 3–6 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 88.
    “Family Asilidae, Robber Flies. Supplement,” in A Key to Insects of the Far East of Russia. Vol. 6. Diptera and Siphonaptera. Part 2 (Dalnauka, Vladivostok), Vol. 6, Part 2, pp. 614–615 [in Russian].Google Scholar

2002

  1. 89.
    “Robber Flies of the Subfamily Dioctriinae Hull (Diptera, Asilidae) of Asia. II. Taxonomy and Ecology,” Entomol. Obozr. 81(2), 445–459 [Entomol. Review 82 (7), 797–808].Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. F. Zaitzev
    • 1
    • 2
  • A. S. Lelej
    • 1
    • 2
  • S. Yu. Storozhenko
    • 1
    • 2
  • N. V. Kurzenko
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Zoological InstituteRussian Academy of SciencesSt. PetersburgRussia
  2. 2.Far East Division of Russian Academy of SciencesInstitute for Biology and Soil ScienceVladivostokRussia

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