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Revision of western Palaearctic species of the Oulema melanopus group, with description of two new species from Europe (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Criocerinae)
Five species of the Oulema melanopus group are recognized in the western Palaearctic Region: O. melanopus (Linnaeus, 1758), O. rufocyanea (Suffrian, 1847), O. duftschmidi (Redtenbacher, 1874), O.Expand
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BOOK REVIEW: Mohamedsaid M.S.: Catalogue of the Malaysian Chrysomelidae (Insecta: Coleoptera).
Revisionary studies on the Chrysomelidae from Malaysia were started by the author of this catalogue in 1986. During nearly twenty years, he published a large number of new records for species andExpand
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Insect biodiversity of the Socotra Archipelago – underlined and counted
Altogether, 1,564 species taxa (identified at least to the genus level) from 25 orders of Hexapoda have been recorded from the Socotra Archipelago to date. In addition, members of Diplura andExpand
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Annotated catalogue of beetles (Coleoptera) of the Socotra Archipelago.
Beetles of the Socotra Archipelago, Yemen, were catalogued. Altogether, 645 morphospecies from 56 families have been recognised from the Archipelago, of which 516 species (one with an additional twoExpand
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How many genera and species of Galerucinae s. str. do we know? Updated statistics (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae)
Abstract Galerucinae s. str. is a rich group of leaf beetles. A new, up-to date checklist of Galerucinae genera in the world is provided, including the number of valid species of each genus. GeneraExpand
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Revision of the wingless Sikkimia Duvivier (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, Galerucinae) from Taiwan, including a new generic synonymy and four new species descriptions
Abstract The genus Taiwanolepta Kimoto, 1989 (type species Taiwanolepta babai Kimoto, 1989) is proposed as a junior synonym of Sikkimia Duvivier, 1891. Sikkimia species from Taiwan form a groupExpand
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Arthropod fauna recorded in flowers of apomictic Taraxacum section Ruderalia
Flowers of dicotyledonous plants host communities of arthropod species. We studied the community associated with dandelion (Taraxacum section Ruderalia), a complex of apomictic micro-species abundantExpand
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