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The checklist of longhorn beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) from India.
A checklist of longhorn beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) within the present geographical frontier of Indian subcontinent up to 2016 is provided. As per the current checklist prepared, there areExpand
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Acrepidopterum reseri nov. sp., a new Jamaican longicorn beetle (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Ptericoptini)
Between 1992 and 2001 Dr. Ladislaus Rezban-yai-Reser, conservator of the Entomological Section of the Natur-Museums Luzern (Swit-zerland), collected in Jamaica by time off many insects. about theExpand
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Appropriate Technology for Household Energy Access: The Case of the Centrafricain Stove in the Logone Valley (Chad, Cameroon)
The dissemination of improved stoves can play a key role in providing poor people with an adequate energy access in contexts where biomass is the only available energy source. Burning solid fuelsExpand
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Diplocoelus probiphyllus n. sp., the first known fossil False Skin Beetle (Coleoptera: Biphyllidae)
Summary The first fossil species of the family Biphyllidae LeConte 1861, Diplocoelus probiphyllus n. sp., is described from Baltic amber. This species, which shows intermediate characters ofExpand
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Ecological patterns strongly impact the biogeography of western Palaearctic longhorn beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycoidea)
We aim to unravel the biogeographic structuring of western Palaearctic longhorn beetles with focus on the location of different refugia, barriers to dispersal and postglacial range expansions withExpand
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Phaeopterus unicolor A. Costa, 1856 (Coleoptera, Omalisidae): nuovi ritrovamenti italiani, note nomenclaturali e biologiche
A seguito del recente ritrovamento di alcuni esemplari di Phaeopterus unicolor A. Costa, 1856, viene aggiornata la distribuzione italiana della specie e sono delineate alcune caratteristicheExpand
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Checklist of Disteniidae and Vesperidae (Coleoptera) from India
ABSTRACT A checklist of Disteniidae and Vesperidae (Coleoptera) within the present geographical frontier of Indian subcontinent up to 2016 is provided. As per the current checklist prepared, thereExpand