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A new species of genus Nippononebria Ueno (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Nebriini) from Changbai Mountain, Jilin Province, China, the first species of the genus confirmed from the Asian mainland
David Kavanaugh,Hongbin Liang
ZooKeys , 2010, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.46.458
Abstract: The authors describe a new species, Nippononebria changbaiensis sp. n. (type locality: Changbai Mountain, 42.034004°N, 128.055854°E, 2000–2600 m, Jilin Province, PR China), which represents the first confirmed record of the genus from the Asian mainland. They also provide a review of the taxonomic history of the genus and a key for distinguishing adults of subgenus Nippononebria species.
Contribution to knowledge of the genus Chydaeus in Xizang Autonomous Region (Tibet) and Yunnan Province, China (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Harpalini)
Boris M. Kataev,Hongbin Liang,David Kavanaugh
ZooKeys , 2012, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.171.2306
Abstract: Five new species of the genus Chydaeus Chaudoir, 1854 are described from China: C. fugongensis sp. n. (Shibali, Fugong County, Yunnan Province), C. gutangensis sp. n. (Gutang, Medog County, Xizang Autonomous Region [Tibet]), C. hanmiensis sp. n. (Hanmi, Medog County, Xizang Autonomous Region [Tibet]), C. asetosus sp. n. (NE of Fugong, Yunnan Province), and C. baoshanensis sp. n. (N of Baoshan, Yunnan Province). Taxonomic and faunistic notes on eleven other species occurring in Xizang and Yunnan are also provided. Chydaeus shunichii Ito, 2006 is re-described, based on specimens from Lushui County, Yunnan. Chydaeus kumei Ito, 1992 is treated as a subspecies of C. andrewesi Schauberger, 1932 [NEW STATUS]. The taxonomic status of C. guangxiensis Ito, 2006 is discussed. The following taxa are recorded from China for the first time: C. obtusicollis Schauberger, 1932 (Xizang and Yunnan), C. malaisei Kataev & Schmidt, 2006 (Yunnan), C. semenowi (Tschitschérine, 1899) (Xizang and Yunnan), C. andrewesi andrewesi Schauberger, 1932 (Xizang and Yunnan), C. andrewesi kumei Ito (Yunnan), C. bedeli interjectus Kataev & Schmidt, 2002 (Xizang), and C. bedeli vietnamensis Kataev & Schmidt, 2002 (Yunnan).
Taxonomic synopsis of the subtribe Physoderina (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Lebiini), with species revisions of eight genera
Hongliang Shi,Hongzhang Zhou,Hongbin Liang
ZooKeys , 2013, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.284.3983
Abstract: Ten genera of Physoderina from the Oriental Region are diagnosed and described, and twenty six species representing eight genera (Paraphaea Bates, Anchista Nietner, Metallanchista gen. n., Diamella nom. n., Allocota Motschulsky, Orionella Jedli ka, Endynomena Chaudoir and Dasiosoma Britton (Oriental species only)) are revised. Keys to genera and species are provided, along with distribution maps, habitus images, photographs of the name-bearing types, and illustrations of male and female genitalia of available species. The female internal reproductive system is illustrated for fourteen species. Two genera, Anchista and Taicona, previously placed in Calleidina, are moved into Physoderina. One new genus is described: Metallanchista, gen. n. (type species M. laticollis, sp. n.). Two new generic synonyms are proposed: Taicona Bates, 1873, junior synonym of Allocota Motschulsky, 1859; Teradaia Habu, 1979a, junior synonym of Dasiosoma Britton, 1937. A new generic replacement name is proposed: Diamella, nom. n. for Dianella Jedli ka, 1952 (junior homonym of Dianella Gude, 1913). The status of Paraphaea Bates, 1873 is resurrected from synonym of Anchista Nietner, 1856. Five new species are described: Paraphaea minor Shi & Liang, sp. n. (Hoa-Binh, Tonkin, Vietnam), Anchista pilosa Shi & Liang, sp. n. (Chikkangalur, Bangalore, India), Metallanchista laticollis Shi & Liang, sp. n. (PhaTo env., Chumphon prov., Thailand), Allocota bicolor Shi & Liang, sp. n. (Dengga to Mafengshan, Ruili, Yunnan, China), Dasiosoma quadraticolle Shi & Liang, sp. n. (Menglun Botanical Garden, Yunnan, China). Fourteen new combinations are proposed: Paraphaea binotata (Dejean, 1825), comb. n. from Anchista; Paraphaea formosana (Jedli ka, 1946), comb. n. from Anchista; Paraphaea philippinensis (Jedli ka, 1935b), comb. n. from Allocota; Metallanchista perlaeta (Kirschenhofer, 1994), comb. n. from Allocota; Physodera andrewesi (Jedli ka, 1934), comb. n. from Allocota; Diamella cupreomicans (Oberthür, 1883), comb. n. from Physodera; Diamella arrowi (Jedli ka, 1935a), comb. n. from Allocota; Allocota aurata (Bates, 1873), comb. n. from Taicona; Dasiosoma bellum (Habu, 1979a), comb. n. from Teradaia; Dasiosoma indicum (Kirschenhofer, 2011), comb. n. from Dianella; Dasiosoma maindroni (Tian & Deuve, 2001), comb. n. from Lachnoderma; Dasiosoma hirsutum (Bates, 1873), comb. n. from Lachnoderma; Orionella discoidalis (Bates, 1892), comb. n. from Anchista; Orionella kathmanduensis (Kirschenhofer, 1994), comb. n. from Lachnoderma. Five names are newly placed as junior synonyms: Paraphaea eurydera (Ch
A new species of Amara (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Zabrini) from Sichuan Province, China, with additional records for other Amara species from the region
Fritz Hieke,David Kavanaugh,Hongbin Liang
ZooKeys , 2012, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.254.4223
Abstract: A new species, Amara (Bradytulus) shalulishanica Hieke & Kavanaugh, sp. n. (type locality: Haizishan Yakou, 29.47366°N, 100.21921°E, 4623 m, Shalulishan, Dishan Township, Litang County, Sichuan Province, China) is described and diagnosed. Additional records are provided for 16 other Amara species, each of which represents one of five different geographical distribution types, which are discussed.
Biological mechanism of controlling cotton aphid (Homoptera: aphididae) by the marginal alfalfa zone surrounding cotton field
Runzhi Zhang,Hongbin Liang,Changyan Tian,Guangxue Zhang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2000, DOI: 10.1007/BF02909768
Abstract: At the beginning stage of cotton aphids (Aphis gossypii Glover) invading the cotton field, large numbers of insects have accumulated in the marginal alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) zone surrounding it. They are 6.94 times (excluded natural enemies) as many as the aphids in cotton field. Most of these insects areTherioaphid maculata (Buckton), and occur in fields 10–15 d earlier than cotton aphids. Consequently, abundant natural enemies have bred in alfalfa zone when cotton aphids increase rapidly in cotton fields in the middle of June in Xinhe County, Xinjiang Autonomous Region. The total number of the major natural enemies, including Coccinellids, Chrysopids and Syphid flies in alfalfa zone, is 13.65 times that in cotton field within the same acreage of fields. At this period, it is very effective to force the natural enemies from the alfalfa zone into the nearby cotton field to control the rapid increase of cotton aphid population by cutting the alfalfa stands.
Induced life cycle transition from holocycly to anholocycly of the Russian wheat aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae)
Runzhi Zhang,Hongbin Liang,Li Ren,Guangxue Zhang
Science China Life Sciences , 2001, DOI: 10.1007/BF02882066
Abstract: The Russian wheat aphid (RWA),Diuraphis noxia (Mordvilko), exists with holocyclic life cycle in Tacheng, Xinjiang in Northwest China. It produces males and oviparae to mate and oviposit for overwintering by eggs. Under laboratory conditions with 14 h/d photophase and temperature not lower than 15°C, RWA occurred in parthenogenesis and produced no males. The laboratory populations of Russian wheat aphid, which were kept under natural conditions in fall by 15th, 49th and 81st generation while wild populations produced males and oviparae for mating, produced males and oviparae with their number decreased gradually, but viviparae and nymphs increased sequentially. As a result, it produced a small amount of oviparae and no males emerged in fields by 49 generations’ reproduction in laboratory. After development of 81 generations, oviparae happened occasionally and no eggs occurred for overwintering instead of viviparae and nymphs. A hypothesis of RWA disastrous process was proposed. The life cycle of RWA can be changed from holocycly to anholocycly in its long-term spread and evolution. Anholocycly is more dangerous than holocycly to small grains for its strong adaptability and dispersal ability.
New method for analysis of Chinese herbal complex prescription and its application
Hongbin Xiao,Xinmiao Liang,Peizhang Lu,Chikin Chan
Chinese Science Bulletin , 1999, DOI: 10.1007/BF02885958
Abstract: Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a great treasure of China, the analysis of which is an arduous task. The viewpoint that all chemical constituents of Chinese herbal complex prescription should be analyzed as a black box is elucidated for the first time. Intelligent multi-mode multi-column chromatographic system (IMMCC) with its hybrids is the basic method and HPLC Unified Method is the breakthrough for the black box analysis. Dang-Gui-Bu-Xue-Tang was selected as a typical TCM and a systematic separation method from non-aqueous mobile phase to pure water mobile phase was put forward in order to convert unknown sample to known sample. The a,c values and UV spectra of 66 components ofAstragalus, 78 components ofAngelica and 71 components of Dang-Gui-Bu-Xue-Tang were obtained. Intelligent optimization and peak identification method and software for complex samples were developed and the optimum multi-step multi-binary gradient curve of mobile phase forAstragalus was ascertained. The maximum error and minimum error of predicted retention time for all components ofAstragalus are 8.62% and 0.05% respectively. All components ofAstragalus were compared with those ofAngelica and it is found that many components ofAstragalus are the same as those ofAngelica, while the contents of these components are different. Many components of Dang-Gui-Bu-XueTang are also the same as those ofAstragalus andAngelica with different contents.
Biological mechanism of controlling cotton aphid (Homoptera: aphididae) by the marginal alfalfa zone surrounding cotton field

ZHANG Runzhi,LIANG Hongbin,TIAN Changyan,ZHANG Guangxue,

科学通报(英文版) , 2000,
Abstract: At the beginning stage of cotton aphids (Aphis gossypii Glover) invading the cotton field, large numbers of insects have accumulated in the marginal alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) zone surrounding it. They are 6.94 times (excluded natural enemies) as many as the aphids in cotton field. Most of these insects areTherioaphid maculata (Buckton), and occur in fields 10–15 d earlier than cotton aphids. Consequently, abundant natural enemies have bred in alfalfa zone when cotton aphids increase rapidly in cotton fields in the middle of June in Xinhe County, Xinjiang Autonomous Region. The total number of the major natural enemies, including Coccinellids, Chrysopids and Syphid flies in alfalfa zone, is 13.65 times that in cotton field within the same acreage of fields. At this period, it is very effective to force the natural enemies from the alfalfa zone into the nearby cotton field to control the rapid increase of cotton aphid population by cutting the alfalfa stands.
A key to species of subgenus Lithochlaenius (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Chlaeniini, Chlaenius), with descriptions of three new species
Ye Liu,David Kavanaugh,Hongliang Shi,Hongbin Liang
ZooKeys , 2011, DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.128.1804
Abstract: Three new species of genus Chlaenius Bonelli subgenus Lithochlaenius Kryzhanovskij are described from China: Chlaenius chuanqianensis Liu & Liang, sp. n. (type locality: Xishui, Guizhou Province), C. linwensini Liu & Liang, sp. n. (type locality: Fujian Province), and Chlaenius propeagilis Liu & Kavanaugh, sp. n. (type locality: Gaoligongshan, Yunnan Province). Seven species of the subgenus are redescribed: C. agiloides Jedli ka, C. formosensis Lorenz, C. agilis Chaudoir, C. leishanensis Kirschenhofer, C. noguchii Bates, C. rambouseki Lutshnik, and C. wrasei Kirschenhofer. Additional taxonomic changes include the following: Chlaenius formosanus Jedli ka is treated as a junior synonym of C. rambouseki Lutshnik and C. anchomenoides Bates, syn. n. and C. nuristanus Jedli ka as junior synonyms of C. agilis Chaudoir, syn. n. Chlaenius latro LaFerté-Sénectère is considered a nomen nudum stat. n. and unavailable, leaving C. agilis Chaudoir as the next available name. Chlaenius nuristanus aberration rubridipes Jedli ka is also an unavailable name. Chlaenius formosensis Lorenz (=C. formosanus Habu) is returned to species status stat. n. A key to adults of the 10 known species of subgenus Lithochlaenius is provided.
Electron-vibrational interaction in the 5d states of Eu2+ ions in Sr6-xEuxBP5O20 (x=0.01; 0.03; 0.05; 0.07; 0.09; 0.11; 0.13; 0.15)
Dejian Hou,C. -G. Ma,Hongbin Liang,M. G. Brik
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1149/2.007404jss
Abstract: In the present paper we report on the combined experimental and theoretical study of the Sr6-xEuxBP5O20 (x=0.01; 0.03; 0.05; 0.07; 0.09; 0.11; 0.13; 0.15) phosphors. Details of the samples preparation and spectroscopic measurements are followed by the analysis of the room-temperature absorption and emission spectra, which yielded the main parameters of the electron-phonon coupling, such as Huang-Rhys factor, Stokes shift, effective phonon energy, and zero-phonon line position were determined for the first time for the studied system. The obtained parameters were used to model the emission band shapes, which perfectly reproduce the experimental results for all samples.
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