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50 years ago, the Tet Offensive raged in Vietnam. The fighting was particularly intense in Hue City. Here, Marines on board a Navy Mike 8...

In 1962, facing Soviet missiles in Cuba, President John F. Kennedy considered limited strike options. Here he confers with Defense...

The big bear from the genus Indarctos is studied for the Neogene fauna of Kazakhstan for the first time. Material is represented by the isolated М1 found at the Late Miocene deposits (MN13) of the Karabulak Formation of the Kalmakpai River (Zaisan Depression, Eastern Kazakhstan). Tooth size and its morphology suggest this finding to be referred to I. punjabiensis , which was widely distributed in Eurasia.

Previously treated as members of the family Issidae and currently without clear status, four genera are transferred to the family Nogodinidae: genus Paralusanda Synave, 1956 is transferred to the tribe Mithymnini Fennah, genera Chondroptera Bergroth, 1910 and Neolollius Muir, 1921 – to the tribe Tongini Kirkaldy, and genus Paramangola Synave, 1956 – to the tribe Epacriini Fennah. Male and female genitalia of Paralusanda sinuatipennis Synave, 1956 and fore and hind wings of Paramangola schmitti Synave, 1956 are illustrated for the first time. Notes on ecology of P. sinuatipennis are made.

Clypeosmilus centrodasus gen. et sp. nov. is described from Northern Vietnam. The genus is closely related to Eusudasina Yang, 1994 and Tapirissus Gnezdilov, 2014 according to fore wing reticulate venation and flattened laterally postclypeus.

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Provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security.

50 years ago, the Tet Offensive raged in Vietnam. The fighting was particularly intense in Hue City. Here, Marines on board a Navy Mike 8...

In 1962, facing Soviet missiles in Cuba, President John F. Kennedy considered limited strike options. Here he confers with Defense...

Provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security.

50 years ago, the Tet Offensive raged in Vietnam. The fighting was particularly intense in Hue City. Here, Marines on board a Navy Mike 8...

In 1962, facing Soviet missiles in Cuba, President John F. Kennedy considered limited strike options. Here he confers with Defense...

The big bear from the genus Indarctos is studied for the Neogene fauna of Kazakhstan for the first time. Material is represented by the isolated М1 found at the Late Miocene deposits (MN13) of the Karabulak Formation of the Kalmakpai River (Zaisan Depression, Eastern Kazakhstan). Tooth size and its morphology suggest this finding to be referred to I. punjabiensis , which was widely distributed in Eurasia.

Previously treated as members of the family Issidae and currently without clear status, four genera are transferred to the family Nogodinidae: genus Paralusanda Synave, 1956 is transferred to the tribe Mithymnini Fennah, genera Chondroptera Bergroth, 1910 and Neolollius Muir, 1921 – to the tribe Tongini Kirkaldy, and genus Paramangola Synave, 1956 – to the tribe Epacriini Fennah. Male and female genitalia of Paralusanda sinuatipennis Synave, 1956 and fore and hind wings of Paramangola schmitti Synave, 1956 are illustrated for the first time. Notes on ecology of P. sinuatipennis are made.

Clypeosmilus centrodasus gen. et sp. nov. is described from Northern Vietnam. The genus is closely related to Eusudasina Yang, 1994 and Tapirissus Gnezdilov, 2014 according to fore wing reticulate venation and flattened laterally postclypeus.

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