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First record of the larger black flour beetle (Cynaeus angustus) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) from Russia, with a review of its North American and trans-continental expansion
The article presents the first record of C. angustus from Russia and the first records of this species in the literature from Ukraine, with a review of the history of spreading of the species beyond the native area, as well as it harmfulness. Expand
First Record of Trochoideus desjardinsi Guérin-Méneville, 1838 (Coleoptera: Endomychidae: Pleganophorinae) from Cuba
Because of the beetle’s ability to survive on a variety of stored products and/or the fungi that grow on those products, it has the potential to be economically important. Expand
New Records of Acanthocnemus nigricans (Hope, 1843) (Coleoptera, Acanthocnemidae) in European Russia
New records of the pyrophilous beetle of Australian origin, Acanthocnemus nigricans (Hope, 1843), which was first recorded from Russia in 2010, are reported. Distribution and the possible prospectsExpand
Jelinekius prisniyi sp. nov., new species of genus Jelinekius Majer, 1990 (Coleoptera: Dasytidae: Rhadalinae) from Tajikistan.
The genus Jelinekius Majer, 1990, previously known only from Iran, is reported from Tajikistan for the first time. A new species, J. prisniyi sp. nov., is described as new to science.
Which species of the genus Scaurus Fabricius (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) occurs in the Caucasus and the border areas of Anatolia?
The genus Scaurus has a small secondary bursa copulatrix, separated glandular, moderately short, spermatheca and a relatively short accessory gland, similar to those found in some genera of the tribe Helopini. Expand
Phymatodes murzini () (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) – New potential pest of Vitis amurensis?
A comparative description of a reliably identified female of Ph. murzini and photographs of male genitalia and ovipositor of this species, which have not been present in the scientific literature up to date are provided. Expand