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Entomological Review

, Volume 88, Issue 9, pp 1208–1215 | Cite as

In memory of A. K. Zagulajev (1924–2007)

  • S. Yu. Sinev
  • A. L. Lvovsky
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List of Publications of A.K. Zagulajev

1952

  1. 1.
    “Eastern Case-Bearing Clothes Moth (Lepidoptera, Tineidae), a New Moth Species from Primorskaya Province,” Zool. Zh. 31(2), 284–287.Google Scholar

1954

  1. 2.
    “Large Pale Clothes Moth (Lepidoptera, Tineidae), a New Pest of Raw Technical Wool Materials,” Zool. Zh. 33(2), 452–460.Google Scholar
  2. 3.
    “On the Biology of Tineola biselliella Humm. and of a New Species, Tineola furciferella Zagulajev, sp. n.,” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 15, 154–169.Google Scholar
  3. 4.
    “A Review of Palaearctic Representatives of the Subfamily Tineinae,” Candidate’s Dissertation in Biology (Leningrad).Google Scholar

1955

  1. 5.
    “Genus Monopis Hb. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) and Its New Species,” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 21, 278–291.Google Scholar

1956

  1. 6.
    “Revision of Subgenus Acedes Hb. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) with Descriptions of New Species,” Entomol. Obozr. 35(1), 154–158.Google Scholar
  2. 7.
    “Food Specialization and the Origin of the Synanthropic Mode of Life in Moths of the Family Tineidae (Lepidoptera),” Zool. Zh. 35(9), 1342–1349.Google Scholar
  3. 8.
    “A New Genus of True Moths, Cilicorneola Zagulajev gen. n. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 35(4), 912–926.Google Scholar

1958

  1. 9.
    Fur- and Wool-damaging Moths and Their Control (Acad. Sci. USSR, Moscow, Leningrad) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 10.
    “On Two New Representatives of the Genus Monopis Hb. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Zool. Zh. 37(11), 1668–1673.Google Scholar
  3. 11.
    “The Description of the Subfamily Tineinae (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) and the Keys of Genera,” Entomol. Obozr. 37(4), 920–928.Google Scholar

1959

  1. 12.
    “New Genus and Species of the Fungus Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 38(4), 879–884.Google Scholar
  2. 13.
    “The Fauna of Storage Pests and Ways of Its Formation by the Example of Lepidoptera,” in Abstracts of Papers of the 4th Congress of the All-Union Entomol. Soc., Vol. 2, pp. 28–31.Google Scholar
  3. 14.
    “New Genus and Species of Carnivorous Moth on the Lac Beetle, Lacciferophaga yunnanea Zagulajev, gen. et sp. n. (Lepidoptera, Momphidae), from Southern China,” Acta entomol. sinica 9(4), 306–315 (together with Lao Din-si).Google Scholar

1960

  1. 15.
    “Family Tineidae. Part 3. Subfamily Tineinae,” in The Fauna of the USSR. Lepidoptera (Acad. Sci. USSR, Moscow, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Issue 2 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1961

  1. 16.
    “Certain Species of Fungivorous Moths of the Genus Neurothaumasia Le March. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae, Nemapogoninae),” Entomol. Obozr. 40(1), 214–224.Google Scholar
  2. 17.
    “The Moths of the Genus Triaxomera Zag. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae, Nemapogoninae),” Zool. Zh. 40(1), 36–51.Google Scholar
  3. 18.
    “Moths of the Family Tineidae (Lepidoptera) of the Fauna of Tajikistan,” Trudy Inst. Zool. Parazitol. Akad. Nauk Tadzhik. SSR 20, 155–167.Google Scholar
  4. 19.
    Anarsia lineatella Z., a Facultative Predator of Eriophyes phloecoptes Nal.,” Trudy Moldav. Nauch.-Issled. Inst. Sadovodstva, Vinogradarstva i Vinodeliya 7, 35–44 (together with V.V. Vereshchagina).Google Scholar
  5. 20.
    “New Species of Fungous Moths of the Genus Nemapogon Schr. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Zool. Zh. 40(8), 1184–1191Google Scholar

1962

  1. 21.
    “Revision of the Palaearctic Species of the Genus Nemapogon Schr. (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 41(1), 182–189.Google Scholar
  2. 22.
    “A New Genus of Fungal Moths, Archinemapogon Zagulajev gen. n., and Its New Species (Lepidoptera, Tineidae, Nemapogoninae),” Zool. Zh. 41(7), 1041–1048.Google Scholar
  3. 23.
    “A New Genus of Fungous Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae, Nemapogoninae),” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 30, 330–336.Google Scholar

1963

  1. 24.
    “Characteristic of the Subfamily of Fungal Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Zool. Zh. 42(3), 368–378.Google Scholar
  2. 25.
    “On the New Genus Anemapogon Zagulajev, gen. n., and Its New Species (Lepidoptera, Tineidae, Nemapogoninae),” Entomol. Obozr. 42(2), 425–435.Google Scholar
  3. 26.
    “Microlepidopterans Damaging Grain and Foodstuffs,” Obezzarazhivanie Zerna i Zernokhranilishch, No. 41, 79–87.Google Scholar
  4. 27.
    “Lepidopterans Damaging Grain and Foodstuffs,” in Abstracts of Papers of the 5th Conference of the All-Union Entomol. Soc. (Moscow-Leningrad), pp. 94–95.Google Scholar
  5. 28.
    “Microlepidopterans Damaging Fur, Wool, and Leather,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 9, 31–33.Google Scholar

1964

  1. 29.
    “Moths and Pyralids—Storage Pests,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 9, 27–30.Google Scholar
  2. 30.
    “The Description of a New Genus and New Species of the Tribe Cephimallotini (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 43(3), 680–691.Google Scholar
  3. 31.
    “Moths of the Family Tineidae. Part 2. Subfamily Nemapogoninae,” in The Fauna of the USSR. Lepidoptera, Vol. 4, Issue 2.Google Scholar

1965

  1. 32.
    “Moths and Pyralids—Storage Pests. Communication 2,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 1, 31–33.Google Scholar
  2. 33.
    “A Revision of Palaearctic Moths of the Tribe Cephimallotini (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Zool. Zh. 44(3), 386–395.Google Scholar
  3. 34.
    “New Species of the Genus Scardia (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 44(2), 411–413.Google Scholar
  4. 35.
    “On the Study of Natural Enemies of Lacciferophaga yunnanea in Azerbaijan,” in Proceedings of a Scientific Session of Entomologists of Azerbaijan (Baku), pp. 85–86.Google Scholar
  5. 36.
    “Moths of the Family Tineidae in the Fauna of Tajikistan (Lepidoptera, Tineidae). Communication 2,” Izv. Otd. Biol. Nauk, Akad. Nauk Tadzhik. SSR 3(20), 55–67.Google Scholar
  6. 37.
    Moths and Pyralids Damaging Grain and Food Stocks (Nauka, Moscow, Leningrad) [in Russian].Google Scholar

1966

  1. 38.
    “Enemies of Lacciferophaga yunnanea and Raw Varnish,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 2, 48.Google Scholar
  2. 39.
    “New Species of the Moths of the Families Tineidae and Ochsenheimeriidae (Lepidoptera),” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 37, 148–176.Google Scholar
  3. 40.
    “Natural Enemies of Laccifer lacca among Lepidoptera,” Zool. Zh. 45(7), 1033–1039.Google Scholar
  4. 41.
    “The Subfamily Scardiinae (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) and Its New Species,” Entomol. Obozr. 45(3), 634–644.Google Scholar
  5. 42.
    “Moths and Pyralids—Storage Pests,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 11, 34–35.Google Scholar
  6. 43.
    Cerostoma avetjanae sp. n., a New Pest of the Oak in Armenia (Lepidoptera, Plutellidae),” Doklady AN Armyan. SSR 43(3), 183–186.Google Scholar
  7. 44.
    “Some Species of the Family Tineidae, Facultative Pests of Trunks and Branches of Fruit Trees in the Moldavian SSR,” Trudy Moldav. Nauch.-Issled. Inst. Sadovodstva, Vinogradarstva i Vinodeliya 13 (Entomol.), 79–84.Google Scholar

1967

  1. 45.
    “Moths and Pyralids—Storage Pests,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 1, 35–36.Google Scholar
  2. 46.
    “A Role of Biological Characters in the Classification and Phylogeny of Moths of the Family Tineidae,” in Abstracts of Papers of the Scientific Session Devoted to the 50th Anniversary of the Soviet Power (Leningrad), pp. 4–5.Google Scholar
  3. 47.
    “Moths and Pyralids—Storage Pests,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 12, 38–40.Google Scholar

1968

  1. 48.
    “Taxonomy and Phylogeny within the Family True Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 47(1), 215–226.Google Scholar
  2. 49.
    “On the Characteristic of the Insect Fauna of the Damchinskii Area of the Nature Reserve,” in Proceedings of the Scientific Session Devoted to the 50th Anniversary of the Astrakhan National Reserve (Astrakhan), pp. 109–110.Google Scholar
  3. 50.
    “The New and Little Known Species of Tineidae (Lepidoptera) in the Caucasian Fauna,” Trudy Vses. Entomol. O-va 52, 329–366.Google Scholar
  4. 51.
    “True Moths in the Fauna of Tajikistan (Lepidoptera, Tineidae). 2. Fungous Moths (Nemapogoninae). Communication 3,” Izv. Otd. Biol. Nauk Akad. Nauk Tadzhik. SSR 3(32), 26–40.Google Scholar
  5. 52.
    “Tineidae. Part 2. Nemapogoninae,” in Fauna of the USSR (Jerusalem), Vol. 4, Issue 2.Google Scholar

1969

  1. 53.
    “New Species of the Genus Yponomeuta Latr. (Lepidoptera, Yponomeutidae) from the Far East,” Entomol. Obozr. 48(1), 192–198.Google Scholar
  2. 54.
    “The Status of the Tineidae in System and Their Evolution,” Zool. Zh. 48(4), 538–549.Google Scholar
  3. 55.
    “Moths and Pyralids—Storage Pests,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 8, 31–34.Google Scholar
  4. 56.
    “Food Specialization and Evolution of Types of Nutrition in True Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” in Proceedings of the 21st Annual Lecture in Memory of N.A. Kholodkovskii, April 12, 1968 (Nauka, Leningrad), pp. 3–26.Google Scholar
  5. 57.
    “New Species of the Plume Moth (Lepidoptera, Pterophoridae) from Armenia,” Doklady AN Armyan. SSR 49(4), 212–214.Google Scholar

1970

  1. 58.
    “Moth and Pyralid Control. Prevention and Quarantine,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 2, 30–31.Google Scholar
  2. 59.
    “The Position of the Family Tineidae in the Classification of Microlepidoptera,” in Abstracts of Papers of the Scientific Session Summarizing the Results of Studies of 1969 (Leningrad), pp. 25–26.Google Scholar
  3. 60.
    “Moth and Pyralid Control. Destructive Measures,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 8, 33–34.Google Scholar
  4. 61.
    “Two New Primitive Species of Lichenophagous Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) from Damp Forests of Azerbaijan,” Entomol. Obozr. 49(3), 657–664.Google Scholar

1971

  1. 62.
    “Moths of the Family Ochsenheimeriidae—Cereal Pests,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 1, 40–42.Google Scholar
  2. 63.
    “Die Rolle der biologischen Merkmale in der Klassifizierung und der Phylogenie der echten Motten (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” in Proceedings of the 13th Intern. Entomol. Congress, Vol. 1, pp. 220–221.Google Scholar
  3. 64.
    Myrmecozela armeniaca sp. n., a New Moth Species from Armenia (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Doklady AN Armyan. SSR 52(3), 179–181.Google Scholar
  4. 65.
    “Moths of Moldova. Part 1. Family Tineidae (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” in The Entomofauna of Moldova (Kishinev), pp. 37–48 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  5. 66.
    “Biological Characteristic of Moths of the Subfamily Myrmecozelinae (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) and the Description of New Species,” Entomol. Obozr. 50(2), 416–426.Google Scholar

1972

  1. 67.
    “True Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) from the Mongolian People’s Republic,” in Insects of Mongolia (Nauka, Leningrad), Issue 1, pp. 681–686 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 68.
    “Plume Moths (Lepidoptera, Pterophoridae) from the Mongolian People’s Republic,” in Insects of Mongolia (Nauka, Leningrad), Issue 1, pp. 687–692 (together with T.A. Penchukovskaya) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 69.
    “Bird Nests—Habitats of Moths,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 3, 43–44.Google Scholar
  4. 70.
    “New Species of Real Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae, Myrmecozelinae)—Steppe Detritophages,” Vestnik Zool., No. 5, 14–20.Google Scholar
  5. 71.
    “Biological Types of True Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 51(3), 485–498.Google Scholar
  6. 72.
    “Food Relations and Evolution of Feeding Types in Tineidae (Lepidoptera),” Zool. Zh. 51(10), 1507–1516.Google Scholar
  7. 73.
    “New and Little Known Species of Tineidae, Deuterotineidae, Ochsenheimeriidae (Lepidoptera). Communication II,” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 52, 332–356.Google Scholar

1973

  1. 74.
    “Moths of the Family Tineidae (Tineidae). Part 4. Subfamily Scardiinae,” in The Fauna of the USSR. Lepidoptera (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Issue 4 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 75.
    “On Phylogeny in the Superfamily Tineoidea (Lepidoptera),” Trudy Vses. Entomol. O-va 56, 170–183.Google Scholar

1974

  1. 76.
    “New and Little Known Species of the Family Tineidae (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 53(2), 410–426.Google Scholar

1975

  1. 77.
    “Moths of the Family Tineidae (Tineidae). Part 6. Subfamily Myrmecozelinae,” in The Fauna of the USSR. Lepidoptera (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Issue 5 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 78.
    “True Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) from the Mongolian People’s Republic: II,” in Insects of Mongolia (Nauka, Leningrad), Issue 3, pp. 337–341 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 79.
    “Ethmiidae (Lepidoptera,) from the Mongolian People’s Republic,” in Insects of Mongolia (Nauka, Leningrad), Issue 3, pp. 342–349 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  4. 80.
    “Moths of the Yponomeutidae Complex,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 10, 20–21.Google Scholar
  5. 81.
    “Family Tineidae. Part 3. Subfamily Tineinae,” in Fauna of the USSR (Washington, New Delhi), Vol. 4, Issue 3.Google Scholar

1976

  1. 82.
    “New and Little Known Species of the Family Pterophoridae in the Fauna of the USSR (Lepidoptera, Pterophoridae),” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 64, 36–43 (together with V.V. Filippova).Google Scholar

1977

  1. 83.
    “On the Fauna of Atychiidae (Lepidoptera) of the Mongolian People’s Republic,” in Insects of Mongolia (Nauka, Leningrad), Issue 5, pp. 586–588 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 84.
    “Classification and Phylogeny of the Subfamily Meessiinae (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 56(3), 662–669.Google Scholar

1978

  1. 85.
    “Lepidopterans Destroying Synthetic and Animal Materials,” in Biological Damages of Materials and Protection against Them (Nauka, Moscow), pp. 193–196 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 86.
    “Nests of Birds as Habitats of Insects Destroying Materials,” in Biological Damages of Materials and Protection against Them (Nauka, Moscow), pp. 197–202 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 87.
    “Trophic Associations of Lichenophagous Moths,” in Morphology, Systematics, and Evolution of Animals (Leningrad), pp. 63–64 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  4. 88.
    “New and Little Known Species of True Moths (Lepidoptera, Tineidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 57(3), 611–624.Google Scholar
  5. 89.
    “Keys to Suborders and Families,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 27–39 (together with M.I. Falkovitsh) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  6. 90.
    “Family Micropterigidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 40–43 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  7. 91.
    “Family Eriocraniidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 43–51 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  8. 92.
    “Family Nepticulidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 57–64 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  9. 93.
    “Family Opostegidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 64–66 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  10. 94.
    “Family Tischeriidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 66–71 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  11. 95.
    “Family Incurvariidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 75–92 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  12. 96.
    “Family Adelidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 92–112 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  13. 97.
    “Family Psychidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 112–138 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  14. 98.
    “Family Cossidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 177–186 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  15. 99.
    “Family Atychiidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 1, pp. 186–193 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1979

  1. 100.
    “Moths of the Family Tineidae (Tineidae). Subfamily Meessiinae,” in The Fauna of the USSR. Lepidoptera (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Issue 6 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  2. 101.
    “How to Control Moths Developing on Dried Fruits,” Zashchita Rastenii, No. 7, 51.Google Scholar
  3. 102.
    “A New Species of the Family Atychiidae (Lepidoptera) from Middle Asia,” Trudy Vses. Entomol. O-va 61, 95–97.Google Scholar

1980

  1. 103.
    “A New Species of Acrolepiidae (Lepidoptera) from the South of the European Part of the USSR and the Caucasus,” Entomol. Obozr. 59(3), 629–630.Google Scholar

1981

  1. 104.
    “Lepidoptera from Nests, Holes, and Some Anthropogenic Habitats,” Entomol. Obozr. 60(3), 577–597.Google Scholar
  2. 105.
    “Keys to Suborders,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 5–18 (together with M.I. Falkovitsh) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 106.
    “Family Euplocamidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 19–20 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  4. 107.
    “Family Tineidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 20–93 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  5. 108.
    “Family Hieroxestidae (Oinophilidae),” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 94–96 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  6. 109.
    “Family Eriocottidae (Deuterotineidae),” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 96–99 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  7. 110.
    “Family Ochsenheimeriidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 99–103 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  8. 111.
    “Family Douglasiidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 326–331 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  9. 112.
    “Family Plutellidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 359–397 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  10. 113.
    “Family Acrolepiidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 397–419 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  11. 114.
    “Family Momphidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 531–543 (together with S.Yu. Sinev) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  12. 115.
    “Family Walshiidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 544–546 (together with S.Yu. Sinev) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  13. 116.
    “Family Cosmopterigidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 546–557 (together with S.Yu. Sinev) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  14. 117.
    “Family Ethmiidae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 638–651 [in Russian].Google Scholar
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    “Some Natural Habitats of Lepidopterans Destroying Materials,” in Abstracts of Papers of the 2nd All-Union Conference on Biological Damages (Gorky), Vol. 2, pp. 187–188.Google Scholar
  16. 119.
    “New Moth Species (Lepidoptera, Acrolepiidae) from Southern Primorskii Territory,” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 92, 87–91.Google Scholar

1982

  1. 120.
    “The Potato Moth—Phthorimaea operculella Zll. (Lepidoptera, Gelechiidae),” Entomol. Obozr. 61(4), 817–820.Google Scholar

1983

  1. 121.
    “New and Little Known Species of the Moths (Lepidoptera: Tineidae, Micropterigidae, Pterophoridae) from the USSR and Adjacent Territories,” Entomol. Obozr. 62(1), 106–122.Google Scholar
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    “Material-destroying Lepidopterans Inhabiting Nests of Animals and Other Biotopes,” in Insects and Rodents—Destroyers of Materials and Technical Equipments (Nauka, Moscow), pp. 59–102 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1984

  1. 123.
    “On the Fauna of Microlepidoptera of Bolshoi Berezovyi Island,” Trudy Zool. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR 123, 63–72.Google Scholar
  2. 124.
    “A New Species of the Plume Moth (Lepidoptera, Pterophoridae) from the Armenian SSR,” Doklady AN Armyan. SSR 79(1), 46–48.Google Scholar

1985

  1. 125.
    “New Species of Moths (Lepidoptera: Psychidae, Thyrididae, Pterophoridae) from the USSR,” Entomol. Obozr. 64(4), 773–788.Google Scholar
  2. 126.
    “The Fauna of Moths of the Crimea. Communication 1,” in Ecological and Natural Aspects of Study of the Mountain Crimea (Simferopol), pp. 70–76 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1986

  1. 127.
    “On the Fauna of Plume Moths (Lepidoptera, Pterophoridae) of Middle Asia,” Trudy Vses. Entomol. Ova 67, 76–94.Google Scholar
  2. 128.
    “On the Fauna of Moths of the Crimea,” in Ecological and Natural Aspects of Study of the Mountain Crimea (Simferopol), pp. 56–64 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  3. 129.
    “Keys to Suborders and Families,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 3, pp. 5–17 (together with M.I. Falkovitsh) [in Russian].Google Scholar
  4. 130.
    “Family Pterophoridae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 3, pp. 26–215 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  5. 131.
    “Family Alucitidae (Orneodidae),” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 3, pp. 215–228 [in Russian].Google Scholar
  6. 132.
    “Family Thyrididae,” in A Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Part 3, pp. 229–232 [in Russian].Google Scholar

1987

  1. 133.
    “New and Little Known Moths (Lepidoptera: Micropterigidae, Psychidae, Thyrididae, Pterophoridae) of the Fauna of the USSR: III,” Entomol. Obozr. 66(2), 353–368.Google Scholar

1988

  1. 134.
    “Moths of the Families Ochsenheimeriidae and Eriocottidae,” in Fauna of the USSR. Lepidoptera (Nauka, Leningrad), Vol. 4, Issue 7.Google Scholar
  2. 135.
    “Catapterigidae fam. n.—a New Family of Lower Lepidoptera (Lepidoptera, Dacnonypha),” Entomol. Obozr. 67(3), 593–601 (together with S.Yu. Sinev).Google Scholar
  3. 136.
    “Clothes Moths (Tineidae.) Part 5. Subfamily Myrmecozelinae,” in Fauna of the USSR. Lepidoptera (Washington), Vol. 4, Issue 5.Google Scholar

1989

  1. 137.
    “New Data on the Fauna of the Moths (Lepidoptera: Tineidae, Ochsenheimeriidae, Brachodidae, Ethmiidae, Pterophoridae) of Mongolia,” in Insects of Mongolia (Nauka, Leningrad), Issue 10, pp. 512–520 [in Russian].Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Yu. Sinev
    • 1
  • A. L. Lvovsky
    • 1
  1. 1.Zoological InstituteRussian Academy of SciencesSt. PetersburgRussia

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