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FAUNISTIC STUDY OF THE AQUATIC BEETLES (COLEOPTERA) OF TRABZON PROVINCE (TURKEY)

@inproceedings{Karaman2008FAUNISTICSO,
  title={FAUNISTIC STUDY OF THE AQUATIC BEETLES (COLEOPTERA) OF TRABZON PROVINCE (TURKEY)},
  author={B. Karaman and Mustafa C. Darilmaz},
  year={2008}
}
In this study, we established the presence of 26 aquatic beetle species belonging to 16 genera and 5 families from the Trabzon province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. Specimens were collected between 2005 and 2006. Distributions of species within Turkey are presented as a catalogue of provincial records. Ten species are here recorded for the first time from the Black Sea region of Turkey. Several species known previously from only a few localities in Turkey have been shown to have much… 

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