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Articles by Abdullah HASBENLI
Total Records ( 3 ) for Abdullah HASBENLI
  Mustafa Cemal CIFTCI and Abdullah HASBENLI
  Specimens of the subgenus Empis collected from different parts of Turkey between 1992 and 2006 were evaluated. Ten species of this genus were identified and 9 of these are the first records for the Turkish fauna.
  Fatma BAYRAKDAR and Abdullah HASBENLI
  Among the Asilidae specimens collected from various locations of Turkey during 1994-2007, 2 Dioctria species, Dioctria arcana Richter, 1966 and Dioctria meyeri Nowicki, 1867, are recorded for the first time from Turkey. New distribution areas for previously known species, Dioctria abdominalis Becker, 1923, Dioctria atricapilla Meigen, 1804, Dioctria flavipennis Meigen, 1820, and Dioctria valida Loew, 1856, are added.
  Abdullah HASBENLI , Fatma BAYRAKDAR , Selami CANDAN and Uzeyir CAGLAR
  Females of some Stenopogon species were compared both systematically and phylogenetically utilizing spermatheca morphology. The spermathecae of 8 species and 2 subspecies of Stenopogon (S. coracinus, S. elongatus S. flavibarbis, S. junceus, S. laevigatus, S. nigriventris, S. schisticolor, S. strateagus, S. sabaudus harpax, and S. xanthotrichus xanthomelas) were examined using a scanning electron microscope and subsequently analyzed with cluster analysis. Taxa of evaluated Stenopogon were found to be separated into 2 primary groups, A and B, based on the number of spirals and the diameter of the reservoir. Group A further separated into the sub-groups A1, A2, and A3, while group B separated into 2 sub-groups, B1 and B2. Species of both group A and group B were found to be monophyletic.
 
 
 
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