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Hydrochus ibericus and Hydrochus nodulifer, Two New Records for the Hydrochidae (Coleoptera) Fauna of Turkey

@article{Mart2009HydrochusIA,
  title={Hydrochus ibericus and Hydrochus nodulifer, Two New Records for the Hydrochidae (Coleoptera) Fauna of Turkey},
  author={Abdullah Mart and {\"U}mit Incekara and Ahmet Polat and Hanifi Karaca},
  journal={Turkish Journal of Zoology},
  year={2009},
  volume={33},
  pages={249-250}
}
This study reports the first occurrence of Hydrochus ibericus Valladares, Diaz, and Delgado, 1999, and Hydrochus nodulifer Reitter, 1897 from Turkey. 
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