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New beetle species in the Hungarian fauna (Coleoptera)

  title={New beetle species in the Hungarian fauna (Coleoptera)},
  author={Ott{\'o} Merkl},
s – Eighty-nine species of Coleoptera belonging to 26 families are recorded from Hungary for the first time. With 8 figures. 
First record of Apate monachus in Hungary, with a checklist of and a key to the Hungarian powderpost beetles (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae)
A checklist and a key of Bostrichidae of Hungary (15 species) is given andApate monachus Fabricius, 1775 is recorded for the first time from Hungary.
Xanthochroina Ganglbauer, 1881, a new genus of Oedemeridae for the Italian fauna (Coleoptera)
In this paper is reported for the first time with certainty the presence in Italy of the genus Xanthochroina, exhibiting a Holarctic discontinuous distribution. The Mediterranean species X. auberti
First records of Phloiotrya rufipes (Coleoptera: Melandryidae) in Hungary, with a national checklist of the family
Th e false darkling beetle Phloiotrya rufi pes (Gyllenhal, 1810) is recorded from Hungary for the fi rst time. A checklist of Melandryidae known to occur in Hungary is given. With 2 fi gures.
Checklist of Dermestidae of Hungary (Coleoptera)
First records of three species of Dermestidae, Anthrenus signatus ERICHSON, 1846, Attagenus silvaticus ZHANTIEV, 1976 and Globicornis picta (KUSTER, 1851) for the fauna of Hungary are given.
First records of Ilybius pseudoneglectus in Hungary (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).
The species was found in two “puszta” localities in central Hungary for the first time and is known previously only from the countries along the Adriatic Sea and southern Balkan Peninsula.
Interesting records of two small carrion beetles (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Cholevinae) from Hungary
Cholevinus pallidus rufus (Kraatz, 1870), found in a red fox den entrance is reported for the first time from Hungary. Choleva (Choleva) lederiana pilisensis Růžicka et Vavra, 2003, an endemic
First records of Nacerdes melanura (Linnaeus 1758) and Xanthochroina auberti (Abeille de Perrin 1876) (Coleoptera: Oedemeridae) from Israel.
Nacerdes melanura and Xanthochroina auberti (Abeille de Perrin 1876) are recorded from Israel for the first time.
Hydnobius punctulatus Hampe, 1861 (Coleoptera: Leiodidae): Redescription of species, comments on variability and new distributional data for Central Europe
Examination of other material revealed a new record of Hydnobius claviger Strand, 1943 for Slovakia, which represents the northernmost distribution in Central Europe and is commented on basis of additional material collected in Slovakia.
On some Palaearctic click beetles deposited in the Hungarian Natural History Museum, 2 (Coleoptera: Elateridae).
New distributional data for species of the genera Aeoloides, Agriotes, Ampedus, Cardiophorus, Cidnopus, Craspedostethus, Dicronychus, Drasterius, Haterumelater, Heteroderes, Hypnoidus, Isidus, Limonius, Liotrichus, Melanotus, Pseudocrepidophorus and Zorochros are given.


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Seed beetles preserved in the Savaria Museum, Hungary, with a national checklist of the family (Coleoptera: Bruchidae)
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