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A revision of the genus Catomus Allard, 1876 and the allied genera (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) from the Caucasus, Middle Asia, and China
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The genus Catomus Allard and the allied genera of the fauna of Kazakhstan, Middle Asia, the Caucasus, and China are revised and Morphological adaptations of species to particular environmental conditions, relationships of the new taxa and their positions in the tribe Helopini are considered. Expand
Opinion 2237 (Case 3422)Helops Fabricius, 1775 (Insecta, Coleoptera, tenebrionidae): usage conserved by designation of Tenebrio caeruleus Linnaeus, 1758 as the type species
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The Commission has conserved the current usage of the widely used name Helops Fabricius, 1775 by designation of Tenebrio caeruleus Linnaeus, 1758 as the type species. Expand
To the Knowledge of the Genus Blaps Fabricius, 1775 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) From Iran and Transcaucasia
Abstract. A new species Blaps kasatkini sp. nov. is described from Western Iran (Kermanshah Province). The species belongs to the 6th group of the 2nd section sensu Seidlitz and most similar toExpand
The Fossil Record of Darkling Beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)
The fossil record of Tenebrionidae (excluding the Quartenary) is presented. In total, 122 fossil species, clearly belonging to the family, are known; some beetles were determined only to genus; 78Expand
A review of the genus Gnaptor Brullé, 1832 (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) with description of a new species from Turkey
The new species Gnaptor medvedevi sp. n. is described from southwestern Turkey. The new species is closely related to G. spinimanus but differs from it in narrower parameres, in the structure of theExpand
A scientific note on the association of black fungus beetles (Alphitobius laevigatus, Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) with Eastern honey bee colonies (Apis cerana)
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This research presents a database of honey bees from around the world as well as some examples of honey beekeeping techniques used in China and other countries. Expand
Two New Species of the Tribe Helopini (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) from Artvin Province, Turkey
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The new species of Probaticus Vauloger, 1900 is close to P. corrugatus (Seidlitz, 1896), but differs from it by the structure and punctation of pronotum and propleura, structure of elytra and genitalia of male, and pubescence on anal sternite. Expand
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