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Annotated key to weevils of the world. Part 3. Subfamily Conoderinae (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)

  title={Annotated key to weevils of the world. Part 3. Subfamily Conoderinae (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)},
  author={Andrei A. Legalov},
  journal={Ukrainian Journal of Ecology},
  • A. Legalov
  • Published 2018
  • Biology
  • Ukrainian Journal of Ecology
A new subtribe Parallelodemina Legalov, subtrib. n. (type genus Parallelodemas Faust, 1894) of the tribe Baridini is described. Zygobaridina Pierce, 1907, syn. n. is synonymized with Diorymerina Jekel, 1865, Anopsilini Bondar, 1942, syn. n. with Baridina Schoenherr, 1836, Leptoschoinides Lacordaire, 1865, syn. n. and Thaliabaridina Bondar, 1943, syn. n. with Madarina Jekel, 1865. The systematic positions of Eucalus Lacordaire, 1865, placem. n., Diorymerina Jekel, 1865, placem. n., Limnobarini… 

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