• Corpus ID: 131584050

A redescription of Acruliopsis tumidula (Mäklin, 1853) comb. n., with new data on A. ussuriensis Zerche, 2003 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Omaliinae)

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  title={A redescription of Acruliopsis tumidula (M{\"a}klin, 1853) comb. n., with new data on A. ussuriensis Zerche, 2003 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Omaliinae)},
  author={Alexey V Shavrin},
  year={2013}
}
In July 2012 I had a chance to visit the Finnish Museum of Natural History. When studying Omaliinae of the Maklin collection, I found a female type specimen of O. tumidulum from the Sitka Island. Basing on the type specimen and additional material (see below), I consider this species a member of the genus Acruliopsis Zerche, 2003, which has been recently described from the Eastern Palaearctic and contained four species from the Russian Far East (A. ussuriensis Zerche, 2003) and Japan (A… 
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