ANNOTATED KEY TO WEEVILS OF THE WORLD: PART 5 - SUBFAMILY ENTIMINAE (CURCULIONIDAE)

@article{Legalov2020ANNOTATEDKT,
  title={ANNOTATED KEY TO WEEVILS OF THE WORLD: PART 5 - SUBFAMILY ENTIMINAE (CURCULIONIDAE)},
  author={Andrei A. Legalov},
  journal={Ukrainian Journal of Ecology},
  year={2020},
  volume={10},
  pages={332-346}
}
  • A. Legalov
  • Published 2020
  • Biology
  • Ukrainian Journal of Ecology
Taxonomic entities included in the present key are: new tribe Isanirini Legalov, trib. n. (type genus Isaniris J. Thomson, 1858), three new subtribes Deracanthina Legalov, subtrib. n. (type genus Deracanthus Schoenherr, 1823) of the tribe Ophryastini, Rhigiina Legalov, subtrib. n. (type genus Rhigus Schoenherr, 1823) of the tribe Entimini and Mesagroicina Legalov, subtrib. n. (type genus Mesagroicus Schoenherr, 1840) of the tribe Naupactini. The systematic position of Gonipterina Lacordaire… 
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