Yuri A. POPOV

Popov

PUBLICATIONS

  1. 1960 Distribution of the true bugs and its dependence on the character of vegetable cover in the north-east region of Tchatkal ridge. - Proc. (Vestnik) Moscow Univ., ser. VI, Biology & Soil Sci., 2: 31-39; Moscow (in Russian).
  2. 1961 A new subfamily of terrestrial bugs in the Jurassic deposits of the Karatau ridge. - Doklady Acad. Sci. USSR, Earth Sci. Section, Paleont., 141 (5): 1211-1213; Moscow (in Russian).
  3. 1962 On the systematic position and identification of the Jurassic aquatic heteroptera belonging to the genus Karataviella. - Paleontol. Zhurn., 1: 105-110; Moscow (in Russian).
  4. -- Order Heteroptera. True bugs. Families Notonectidae Leach,1815; Dipsocoridae Dohrn, 1859; Cydnidae Billberg; Heteroptera incertae sedis. In: B. B. Rohdendorf (ed. ), Arthropoda Tracheata and Chelicerata. - Basics of Paleontology; Moscow (Russian).
  5. 1963 Some representatives of Heteroptera from the Jurassic of Karatau. - Paleontol. Zhurn., 2: 74-82; Moscow (Co-athor E. E. Becker-Migdisova, senior author). (in Russian).
  6. 1964 New little-known bugs (Heteroptera) from the Middle-Asia. - Zool. Zhurn., 43(5):695-705; Moscow (in Russian).
  7. -- A new subfamily of the Mesozoic water bugs (Heteroptera) from Transbaikalia. - Paleontol. Zhurn., 2: 63-71; Moscow (in Russia).
  8. 1965 Towards the knowledge of the terrestrial Hemiptera fauna of the southern regions of the Western Tian-Shan (USSR, Mid-Asia). - Acta Entom. Mus. Nat. Pragae, 36: 169-292; Prague.
  9. 1966 Species composition and distribution of the true bugs (Heteroptera) of the Western Tian Shan. - In: Fauna and Zoogeography of insects of the Central Asia. Publ. House "Donish": 97-114; Dushambe (in Russian).
  10. -- New Mesozoic acquatic bugs (Heteroptera, Corixidae) from Transbaikalia. - Paleontol. Zhurn., 4: 97-101; Moscow (in Russia).
  11. 1967 The systematic position of Corizus semicruciatus Motsch., 1863 (Hemiptera). - Proc. Roy. Ent. Soc. London, 41: 156-158; London (Co-author; G. G. E. Scudder, senior author).
  12. 1968 The origin and basic evolutionary trends of Nepomorpha bugs (Heteroptera). - 13th Intern. Congr. Entomol., Moscow 1968; Abstract of papers: 203; Moscow.
  13. -- Über die Untergattung Nanoplinthisus Wgn. (Heteroptera, Lygaeidae). - Reichenb., 10(2): 7-11; Dresden.
  14. -- True bugs of the Jurassic Karatau fauna (Heteroptera). - In: Jurassic insects of Karatau, Acad. Sci. USSR, Section of General Biology, Publ. House "Nauka": 99-113; Moscow (in Russia).
  15. -- Heteroptera fauna of the western part of the lower Volga delta and its short zoogeographical review. - Bull. Moscow Soc. Nat. Explorers, Biology, 73(3): 47-56; Moscow (Co-author; Yu.A. Pisarev & V.N. Meshcheryakov, junior authors) (in Russian).
  16. -- True bugs (Heteroptera) in the Holocene badger coprolite. - In: The history of vegetation cover development in the central regions of the European part of the USSR during Anthropogene, Publ. House "Nauka": 129-132; Moscow (in Russian).
  17. 1969 Ecological-faunistic review of true Heteroptera in the lower part of the Volga delta. - Bull. Moscow Soc. Nat. Explorers, Biology, 74 (6): 58-68: Moscow. (Co-author; Yu. A. Pisarev, senior author & V. N. Meshcheryakov, junior author) (in Russian).
  18. --- New Paranysius-species from the Asian part of the USSR (Heteroptera, Lygaeidae). - Acta Entomol. Mus. Nat. Pragae, 38: 52-58; Prague.
  19. 1970 Notes on the classification of the recent Naucoridae (Heteroptera, Nepomorpha). - Bull. Acad. Polonaise Sci., Ser. sci. biolog., CI. II, 18(2): 93-98; Warszawa.
  20. 1971 The historical developmen of Hemiptera infraorder Nepomorpha (Heteroptera). - Tr. Paleontol. Inst. Acad. Sci. USSR, 129: 230 pp. (in Russian). (Informal translation in English by Miss. H. Vaitaitis; 1-141; Arligton, USA).
  21. -- Origin and main evolutionary trends of Nepomorpha bugs. - Proc. XIII Intern. Congr. Entom. Moscow, 2-9 August, 1968, Publ. House "Nauka", 1: 282-283; Leningrad (in English).
  22. 1973 The first discovery of the Hemiptera family Saldidae (Heteroptera) in the Mesozoic of Siberia - Doklady Acad. Sci. USSR, Earth Section, Paleontology, 209: 703-705; Moscow (in Russian).
  23. 1976 The localities of fossil insects in the Mongolian People's Republic. - In: Paleontology and biostratigraphy of Mongolia. - Proc. Joint Sov. -Mongol. Paleont. Exped., 3: 137-144; Moscow (Co-author; A. G. Ponomarenko, senior author) (in Russian).
  24. 1977 The Upper Liassic Heteroptera of Mecklenburg and Saxony. - System. Entomol., 2: 333-351; London (Co-author; R. J. Wootton, junior author).
  25. 1978 New species of Aradidae (Hemiptera) from the Baltic amber. - Prace Mus. Ziemi, 29: 137-140; Warszawa.
  26. 1978- Revision der fossilen "Permaphidopseidae" aus dem Perm der UdSSR (Hemiptera:1979 Sternorrhyncha). - Ent. Germ. Stuttgart, 4(3/4): 234-241; Stuttgart (Co-author H. Szelegiewicz, senior author).
  27. 1980 Superorder Cimicidea Laicharting, 1781. Order Cimicina Laicharting, 1781. - In: Historical development of the class of insects. - Tr. Paleont. Inst. Acad. Sci. USSR, 175: 58-69; Moscow (in Russian).
  28. -- On paleobiocenoses of Early Cretaceous lakes of Mongolia. - Paleontol. Zurn., 3: 3-13; Moscow (Co-author; A. G. Ponomarenko, senior author) (in Russian).
  29. -- Heteroptera from the Lower Cretaceous deposits of locality Manlay. - In: Early Cretaceous lake Manlay. - Proc. Joint Sov.-Mongol. Paleont. Exped., 13: 48-51; Moscow (in Russian).
  30. 1981 Historical development and some questions on the general classification of Hemiptera. - Rostria, 33, Suppl. : 85-99; Fukuoka.
  31. 1982 Early Jurassic hemipterans of the genus Olgamartynovia (Hemiptera, Progonocimicidae) from the Middle Asia. - Paleontol. Zurn, 2: 80-95; Moscow (in Russian).
  32. 1984 A new genus and species of mirid bug from the Baltic amber (Hemiptera, Miridae). - Ann. Acad. brasil. Cienc., 52(2): 203-205; Rio de Janeiro (Co-author; J. CCarvalho, senior author)
  33. 1985 Jurassic bugs and Coleorrhyncha of southern Siberia and western Mongolia. - In: Jurassic insects of Siberia and Mongolia. - Proc. Paleont. Inst. Acad. Sci. USSR, 211: 28-47; Moscow (in Russian).
  34. 1986 The first find a Mesozoic aradid bug fossil in North-east Siberia (hemiptera: Aradidae). - J. Nat. Hist., 20: 279-282; London (Co-author; N.A. Kormilev, senior author).
  35. -- Peloridiina (=Coleorrhyncha) et Cimicina (=Heteroptera). - In: Insects in Early Cretaceous ecosystems of westrn Mongolia. - Proc. Joint Sov. -Mongol. Paleont. Exped., Publ. 28: 50-83; Moscow (in Russian).
  36. 1987 Synopsis of the Neotropical bug genus Malacopus Stal, with the description of a new fossil species from Dominican amber (Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Emesinae). - Stutt. Beitr. Naturk., Ser. B, 130: 1-15; Stuttgart.
  37. -- A new species of the bug genus Empicoris Wolff from Dominican copal, with the redescription of E. nudus McAtee & Malloch (Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Emesinae). - Stutt. Beitr. Naturk., Ser. B, 134: 1-9: Stuttgart.
  38. 1988 New Mesozoic water boatmen (Corixidae, Shurabellidae). - In: New invertebrates of Mongolia. - Proc. Joint Sov. -Mongol. Paleont. Exped., 33: 63-71; Moscow (in Russian).
  39. -- New Mesozoic Coleorrhyncha and Heteroptera from eastern Transbaikalia. - Paleontol. Zurn, 4: 67-77; Moscow (in Russian).
  40. -- Origin of Coleorrhyncha based on fossil evidence. - Proc. XVIII Int. Congr. Entomol., Vancouver, B. C. Canada, July 3-9, 1988, Abstracts, *; Vanvouver (Co-author; D.E. Shcherbakov, junior author).
  41. 1989 New fossil Hemiptera (Heteroptera+Coleorrhyncha) from the Mesozoic of Mongolia. - N. Jb. Geol. Paleont. Mh., 3: 166-181; Stuttgart.
  42. -- Alumeda n. g., a new bug genus elected for the fossil species from Dominican amber (Heteroptera: Reduviidae, Emesinae). - Stutt. Beitr. Naturk., Ser. B, 150: 1-14; Stuttgart.
  43. -- On the Miocene bug genus Diacorixa, with the description of a new fossil species from southern Germany (Insecta: Heteroptera, Corixidae). - Stutt. Beitr. Naturk., Ser. B, 156: 1-12; Stuttgart.
  44. -- Some aspects of the systematics of Leptopodoidea. - Acta Biol. Silesiana, 13(30): 63-68; Katowice.
  45. -- On the names and systematic position of some Mesozoic water bugs. - Paleontol. Zurn, 4: 122-124; Moscow (in Russia).
  46. 1990 Description of fossil insects. True bugs. Cimicina. - In: Late mesozoic insects of Eastern Transbaikalia. - Tr. Paleont. Inst. Acad. Sci. USSR, 239: 20-39; Moscow (in Russia).
  47. -- On stratigraphic distribution of Heteroptera in the Cretaceous of Eastern Asia. - In: Continental Cretaceous of the USSR. Far Easter Brunch of the USSR Acad. Sci., 245: 100-102; Vladivostok (in Russian).
  48. 1991 On the first emesinae bugs from the Nepal Himalayas (Heteroptera, Reduviidae). - Tropical Zool., 4: 259-267
  49. -- Mesozoic Peloridioidea and their ancestors (Insecta: Hemiptera, Coleorrhyncha). - Geol. et Palaeont., 25: 215-235; Marburg (Co-author; D.E. Shcherbakov, junior author).
  50. 1992 Fossil Jurassic bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) from the Museum of Natural History Vienna. - Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien, Ser. A., 94: 7-14; Wien.
  51. -- A remarkable psallopinous bug from Baltic amber (Insecta: Heteroptera, Miridae). - Mitt. Geol. -Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 73: 235-239; Hamburg (Co-author; AHerczek, senior author).
  52. -- The first Isometopinae from Baltic amber (Insecta: Heteroptera, Miridae). - Mitt. Geol-Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg,73: 241-258; Hamburg (Co-author; AHerczek, junior author)
  53. 1993 A new genus of Emesinae from Dominican amber (Heteroptera: Reduviidae). - Acta zool. cracov., 35: 435-443; Krakow.
  54. -- New data on Heteroptera in amber resins. - Ann. Upper Siles. Mus. Ent., Suppl, 1: 7-12; Bytom (Co-author; AHerczek, junior author).
  55. -- New fossil hemipteran insects from Southern England (Hemiptera: Psyllina+Coleorrhyncha). - Ann. Upper Siles. Mus. Ent., Suppl. 1: 13-36; Bytom (Co-author; S.MKlimaszewski, senior author).
  56. -- Metoisops puctatus sp. n., the second represantative of fossil genus Metoisops from Baltic amber (heteroptera: Miridae: Isometopinae). - Ann. Upper Siles. Mus. Ent., Suppl. 1: 51-56; Bytom (Co-author; AHerczek, junior author).
  57. -- A remarkable nymph of a centrocneminous bug from Baltic amber (Heteroptera:Reduviidae) - Mitt. Geol. -Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 78: 211-229; Hamburg (Co-author; P.VPutshkov, senior author).
  58. 1994 Notes on the little known species of the genus Empicoris Wolff (Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Emesinae). - Genus, 5(4): 349-355; Wroclaw.
  59. -- British Upper Triassic and Lower Jurassic Heteroptera and Coleorrhyncha (Insects: Hemiptera). - Genus, 5(4): 307-347; Wroclaw (Co-author; W.RDolling & P. E. SWhalley, junior authors).
  60. 1995 Systematics and functional morphology of Iberonepa romerali n. gen. and sp., Belostomatidae from the Spanish Lower Cretaceous (Insecta, Heteroptera). - J. Paleont., 69(3): 496-508; London (Co-author; XMartinez-Delclos, senior & ANel junior authors).
  61. -- Collarhamphus mixtus n. gen. n. sp. - The first Collartidina (Heteroptera: Reduviidae, Emesinae) from the Baltic amber. - Mitt. Geol. -Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 78 179-187; Hamburg (Co-author; P. V. Putshkov, senior author).
  62. 1996 Water measures from the Baltic amber (Heteroptera:Gerromorpha, Hydrometridae). - Mitt. Geol. -Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 79: 211-221; Hamburg.
  63. -- Origin and evolution of the Coleorrhyncha as shown by the fossil record. - In: Studies on hemipteran phylogeny. - Proc. Thomas Say Public. Entom. : 9-30; Lanham, Maryland (Co-author; D.EShcherbakov, junior author).
  64. -- Type specimens of Miridae described by O.M. Reuter in the Zoological Museum of the Moscow University (Heteroptera). - Zoosyst. Ross., 4(2): 270-272; St. Petersburg (Co- author; I. M. Kerzhner, senior author).
  65. -- The first record of a fossil water bug from the Lower Jurassic of Poland (Heteroptera: Nepomorpha: Belostomatidae). - Polish J. Entom., 65: 101-105; Wroclaw.
  66. -- Heteroptera in the Baltic amber. - Prace Muz. Ziemi, 44: 19-23; Warszawa (Co-author; RKulicka senior author, AHerczek & Yu.APopov junior authors).
  67. 1997 On the mirid genera Archeofulvius Carvalho and Balticofulvius n. gen. from the baltic amber (Heteroptera: Miridae, Cylapinae). - Mitt. Geol. -Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 80: 179-187; Hamburg (Co-author; AHerczek senior author).
  68. -- New peculiar representatives of the Isometopinae from the Baltic amber (Heteroptera: Miridae). - Mitt. Geol.-Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 80: 189-195; Hamburg (Co-author; AHerczek senior author). . . . Peloridiids and southern beeches. - 9th International Auchenorrhyncha Congress. 17-21 February1997. In: Programm & Abstract Book: 57-57; Sydney (Co-author; D. Shcherbakov senior author).
  69. 1998 Plant bugs from the Late Cretaceous of the North-eastern Siberia (Heteroptera, Miridae). - Acta Biol. Sil., 32 (49): 38-49; Katowice (Co-author; A. Herczek junior author).
  70. -- Cretaceous and Paleogenic faunas of bugs of the superfamily Tingoidea of the eastern and western hemispheres, their relationships and evolution. In: First Paleoentomological Conference, Moscow, 1998 (Abstracts): 7 (Co-author; V.BGolub senior author).
  71. -- Cantacaderid lace bugs from the Baltic amber (Heteroptera: Tingidae, Cantacaderinae). - Mitt. Geol.-Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 81: 223-250; Hamburg (Co-author; V.B Golub senior author).
  72. -- Redubinotus liedtkei n. gen. n. sp. - The second Centrocnemina from the Baltic amber (Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Centrocnemidinae). - Ann. up. siles. Mus. (Ent.), 8-9: 205-210; Bytom (co-author; P.VPutshkov junior author).
  73. -- Epigonomiris skalskii n. gen. n. sp., a new mirinae plant bug from Baltic amber (Heteroptera: Miridae: Cylapinae). - Polske Pismo Entom., 67: 175-178: Wroclaw (co-author; A. Herczek senior author).
  74. -- Fossil heteropteran bugs from Purbeck Limstone group Dorset. - Dorset Proc., 120: 73-76 (co-author; R. Coram & E. Jarzembowski junior authors).
  75. 1999 On plant bugs from the Baltic amber (Heteroptera: Miridae, Cylapinae) based on the old type species. - Mitt. Geol.-Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 83: 249-262 (co-author; H. Herczek senior author).
  76. -- Composition and evolution of Cretaceous and Cenozoic faunas of bugs of the superfamily Tingoidea (Heteroptera:Cimicomorpha). - AMBA project AM/PFICM 98/1. 99; Bratislava: 33-39 (co-author; V.BGolub senior author).
  77. 2000 Insektenreste (Hemiptera: Belostomatidae; Coleoptera) aus dem Ober-Jura ("Kimmeridgian") of Nettelstadt (Wiehengebirge, NW-Deutschland). - N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Mh., 2: 83-92.
  78. -- A preliminary review of Mesozoic bugs (Hemiptera-Heteroptera). - Intern. Meeting Paleoarthrop. Abstracts: 51. Ribeirao Preto-SP, Brazil 3 to 8. 9. 2000.
  79. -- A remarkable fossil lace bug from Upper Cretaceous New Jersey amber (Heteroptera: Tingoidea, Vianaididae), with some phylogenetic commentary. - In: Grimaldi DA. (ed. ) Studies on fossils in amber, with particular reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey. Backhuis Publisher, Leiden, the Netherlands: 231-239 (co-author, V.G. Golub senior author).
  80. -- New cantacaderid lace bugs from Dominican amber (Heteroptera: Tingidae, Cantacaderinae). - Acta Geol. Hispanica, 35: 165-169 (co-author, V.G. Golub senior author).
  81. -- The first record of cylapinous plant bugs from the Lower Miocene of Spain: Aragocylapus miocaenicus n. gen.,n. sp. (Heteroptera: Miridae, Cylapinae). - Acta Geol. Hispanica, 35: 183-188 (co-author; A. Herczek senior author, Yu.A. Popov & E. Peñalver junior authors).
  82. -- New Cenozoic lace bugs (Heteroptera: Tingidae). - Paleont. J., 34, Suppl. 3: 290-297 (co-author; V.B. Golub senior author). [Abstract]
  83. -- On some Mesozoic burrower bugs (Heterotera: Cydnidae). - Paleont. J., 34, Suppl. 3: 298-302 (co-author; I.D. Pinto junior author). [Abstract]
  84. -- Ambocylapus kulickae gen. et sp., a new plant bug from the Baltic amber (Heteroptera: Miridae, Cylapinae). - Pol. Pismo Ent., 69: 155-160 (co-author; A. Herczek senior author).
  85. -- The oldest known fossil Hydrometridae from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil (Heteroptera: Gerromorpha). - J. Nat. Hist., 34: 2315-2322. London (junior author).
  86. 2001 A new flower bug (Hemiptera: Heteroptera, Anthocoridae) from the Baltic amber. - Prace Muzeum Ziemi, 46: 55-58 (co-author; A. Herczek junior author).
  87. -- Some results on semiaquatic bugs of the infraorder Gerromorpha (Heteroptera) of Vietnam. - In: Materials of zoological studies in Vu Quang Nature Reserve (Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam): 408-416; Moscow - Hanoi (in Russian).
  88. -- Fossil piesmatids from Baltic amber (Heteroptera:Pentatomomorpha, Piesmatidae). - Mitt. Geol. -Paläont. Inst. Univ. Hamburg, 85: 227-236
  89. -- Redescription of the oldest plant bugs from the Upper Jurassic of the Southern Kazakhstan (Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha, Miridae). - Ann. Upper Silesian Mus. (Entomol. ), 10-11: 121-128 (co-author; AHerczek senior author).
  90. 2002 Superorder Cimicidea Laicharting, 1781. Order Hemiptera Linne, 1758. The bugs, cicads, scale insects, etc. - In: Rasnitsyn A.P. & Quicke D.L.J. (eds.) History of Insects. Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht: 143-157 (co-author; D.EShcherbakov senior author).
  91. 2003 Another new plant bug from Baltic amber (Heteroptera: Miridae, Cylapinae). - Annals of the Upper Silesian Museum (Entomology) 12: 111-116.(co-author; A. Herczek junior author).
  92. -- Two new species of lace bugs from Dominican amber (Heteroptera: Tingidae, Tinginae). - Annals of the Upper Silesian Museum (Entomology) 12: 101-110.(co-author; V.B. Golub senior author).
  93. -- The first find of Microphysidae from the Rovno amber (Heteroptera, Cimicomorpha). - Annals of the Upper Silesian Museum (Entomology) 12: 81-86.(co-author; P.V. Putshkov senior author).
  94. Popov Yu.A. 2004. New microphysids (Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha, Microphysidae) from Baltic amber and taxonomy of this family. Prace Muzeum Ziemi 47: 97-107.
  95. Herczek A. and Popov Yu.A. 2005. New cylapine plant bugs (Heteroptera: Miridae: Cylapinae) from Baltic amber. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 74 (3): 299-307.
  96. Herczek A., Popov Yu.A., and Kania I. 2005. A new find of a peculiar cylapine bug (Hemiptera: Heteroptera, Miridae) from the Eocene Baltic amber. Annals of the Upper Silesian Museum (Entomology) 13: 81-86.
  97. Popov Yu. and Weitschat W. 2005. "Emesites voigti" n. gen. n. sp. - the first Emesinae (Insecta: Heteroptera, Reduviidae) from the Borneo amber. Mitteilungen aus dem Geologisch-Paläontologischen Institut der Universität Hamburg 89: 173-178.
  98. Zhang J.-f., Golub V.B., Popov Yu.A., and Shcherbakov D.E. 2005. Ignotingidae fam. nov. (Insecta: Heteroptera: Tingoidea), the earliest lace bugs from the upper Mesozoic of eastern China. Cretaceous Research 26 (5): 783-792. [Abstract
  99. Popov Y.A. 2007. A new notion on the heteropterofauna (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera) from the Pliocene of Willershausen. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 81 (4): 429-439. [request PDF]
  100. Popov Y.A. 2008. Pavlostysia wunderlichi gen. nov. and sp. nov., the first fossil spider-web bug (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha: Plokiophilidae) from the Baltic Eocene amber. Acta entomologica Musei nationalis Pragae 48 (2): 251-268. [Abstract]
  101. Golub V.B. and Popov Yu.A. 2008. A new species of Tingidae (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera) from the Lower Cretaceous of Transbaikalia. Paleontological Journal 42 (1): 86-89. [Abstract] [English PDF] [Russian PDF]
  102. Golub V.B., Popov Yu.A., and Guilbert E. 2008. Phymacysta stysi, a new species of lace bug from Dominican amber (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Tingidae: Tinginae). Acta entomologica Musei nationalis Pragae 48 (2): 485-490. [Abstract]

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