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Checklist of Hydrophiloidea of Turkey (Coleoptera: Polyphaga)
The superfamily Hydrophiloidea of Turkey is catalogued. A total of 23 genera and 161 valid species and subspecies are recorded of which six species (3.7%) are recorded as endemic. Forty-eight speciesExpand
Contributions to the knowledge of Iranian aquatic polyphaga (Coleoptera) fauna
Eleven species were recorded from Iran for the first time, and distributions in Iran and worldwide of these newly recorded species are presented. Expand
Faunistic study of the aquatic beetles (Coleoptera: Polyphaga) of Markazi Province (Central Iran) with new records
Eleven species and four genera are recorded from Iran for the first time and the ecological significance of the new records is briefly discussed. Expand
Studies on Turkish Hydrophilidae (Coleoptera) I. Genus Enochrus Thomson, 1859
Two newly recorded Enochrus Thomson, 1859 (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae) species for the Turkish fauna are described, and their distribution in Turkey and worldwide is presented. Expand
Check list of the Hydrophilidae (Coleoptera) Species of Turkey and a New Record for the Turkish Fauna
A check list of Hydrophilidae species known in Turkey is presented for the first time and a new record for the Turkish fauna is reviewed and compared with H. piceus. Expand
Biomonitoring of the genotoxic potentials of two edible insects species in vitro.
In this study, it is concluded that this in vitro approach for biomonitoring genotoxicity assessment may be useful to compare the potential health risks of edible insects. Expand
Contributions to the knowledge of Iranian Aquatic Adephaga (Coleoptera)
The aquatic beetle fauna of Iran is partly known. Hosseinie (1978, 1992a,b, 1994, 1995a,b) studied the aquatic beetle fauna of the provinces Fars, Gilan, Mazandaran, and Khuzestan. Ostovan & NiakanExpand
Hydrochus ibericus and Hydrochus nodulifer, Two New Records for the Hydrochidae (Coleoptera) Fauna of Turkey
This study reports the first occurrence of Hydrochus ibericus Valladares, Diaz, and Delgado, 1999, and Hydrochus nodulifer Reitter, 1897 from Turkey.