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Comparative Morphology of the Female Genitalia and some Abdominal Structures of Neotropical Cryptocephalini (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cryptocephalinae)
In general, Cryptocephalina and Monachulina bear the greatest affinity in overall morphology of the female genitalia, with Pachybrachina possessing a different set of unique morphological states.
New Late Eocene Chrysomelidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) from Baltic, Rovno and Danish ambers
Faunal composition of leaf beetles of late Eocene succinites supports the opinion of Archibald and Farrell ( ) that arthropods with different climatic preferences preserved in Baltic amber were able to co‐exist under an extinct equable climate with temperate summers and mild winters.
New genera and new species of leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Polyphaga: Chrysomelidae) from Lowermost Eocene French amber
Three new monotypical genera of leaf beetles are described: Aoriopsis eocenicus n.
On the distribution and synonymy of some indo-malayan species of the chrysomelid genus Pagria Lefèvre, 1884 (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae: Eumolpinae)
Pagria pseudograta sp. n. from Sri Lanka is described. Pagria flavopustulata and all its synonyms (Nodostoma kanaraense Jac., P. flavopustulata ab. bicolor Wse., P. signata grandis Chûjô, P. signata
Host specificity of Asian Chrysochus Chevr. in Dej. (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae: Eumolpinae) and their potential use for biological control of invasive Vincetoxicum species
Three Asian leaf beetles of the genus Chrysochus were investigated as potential biological control agents of Vincetoxicum rossicum and V. nigrum, invasive weeds in northeastern North America but preliminary no-choice laboratory tests showed that its physiological host range is too broad.
Mesozoic leaf beetles of the tribe Mesolpinini trib. nov. (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) from the Lower Cretaceous
This publication is based on recent studies of Lower Cretaceous leaf beetles from the Yixian Formation (Liaoning, China), which are represented by five new species of one new genus Mesolpinus gen. nov. of the subfamily Chrysomelinae, which is the oldest known group of the family in the fossil record.
On the taxonomic position of new taxa of the subfamily Eumolpinae (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) from Baltic amber
The distinctness of the new genus makes the former definitions of the tribes Euryopini Lefevre, 1885 and Typophorini Baly, 1865 problematic because the presence or absence of the preapical emargination on the meso- and metatibiae is the only distinguishing character.
To the knowledge of Mexican Clytrini (Chrysomelidae, Cryptocephalinae), with description of two new species of the genus Coscinoptera Lacordaire, 1848
Key to the Mexican species of the genus Coscinoptera Lacordaire, 1848 is given and anomoea flavokansiensis Moldenke, 1970 and Babia quadriguttata quadrigutata (Olivier, 1791) are recorded from Mexico for the first time.
Two new species of the genus Taphioporus Moseyko & Kirejtshuk (Chrysomelidae: Eumolpinae) from Baltic amber.
Two new species of Taphioporus Moseyko & Kirejtshuk are described and illustrated from Baltic amber: T. rufous sp. nov. and T. carsteni sp. nov. Members of this fossil genus are known from Baltic and
On a record of the spotted asparagus beetle Crioceris duodecimpunctata (Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) in Leningrad Province
The spotted asparagus beetle, Crioceris duodecimpunctata (Linnaeus, 1758) was recorded in Leningrad Province for the first time.