Naima Benkenana
Dr. Benkenana Naima  research laboratory member  of Laboratory of Biosystematics and Ecology of Arthropods, Department of Animal Biology, Faculty of nature and life, Constantine 1 University Alegria/E-mail: naima_benkenana@yahoo.fr /Tel : 00213790144207. Present position is teacher-researcher in Constantine University. Dr. Benkenana Naima acquired her Magister in Agricultural and Medical Application in Entomology from Constantine .University in 2006, and Doctorat from Constantine University and Limoges, France University in 2013. She participated in several training in France and Italy. Dr. Benkenana published (5) articles in renowned, international, scientific and refereed journals. She participated in more than (50) international and regional conferences. She was a investigator for 4 national projects and 01 international (TASSILI PROJECT). Dr; Benkenana followed the framing more than 30 theses of study for Master II. In Mars, 2013, Dr. Benkenana was appointed Lecturer in department of Animal Biology, Faculty of nature and life, Constantine 1 University Algeria till present.
Abstract: "The Pamphagidae (Orthoptera, grasshopper) from East Algeria and description of a new species"      
Through a 3-year survey of 9 stations in North East of Algeria, we recorded 16 species of grasshopper belonging to the family Pamphagidae. The National Park of Belezma, near Batna city, appears to be the richest region for this family, with 10 species. Notably, Paracinipe sulphuripes, only known from Djelfa, is present at Belezma, showing unexpected relationship between these two areas, separated by 280 km. Within the Pamphagus djelfensis complex, a new species is described, P. batnensis Benkenana & Petit, easily distinguishable by its epiphallic characters. Taking into account several studies dealing with other Algerian stations, we provide certain climatic constraints of most species, as illustrated by bioclimagrams. We show that the semi-arid stage with fresh winter and sub-humid stage with cold winter correspond to the most suitable conditions for this family.