New species of the tenebrionid-beetle genera Tagonoides Fairm., Gnaptorina Rtt. and Agnaptoria Rtt. (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) from China

@article{Medvedev2008NewSO,
  title={New species of the tenebrionid-beetle genera Tagonoides Fairm., Gnaptorina Rtt. and Agnaptoria Rtt. (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) from China},
  author={Gleb Sergeevi{\vc} Medvedev},
  journal={Entomological Review},
  year={2008},
  volume={88},
  pages={1142-1160}
}
Six new species Tagonoides belousovi sp. n., T. yunnana sp. n., Gnaptorina australis sp. n., Agnaptoria elongata sp. n. (Yunnan), A. lecta sp. n., and A. ruida sp. n. (Sichuan), and a new subspecies Gnaptorina potanini minxiana subsp. n. are described from China. Morphological adaptations of tenebrionids of the tribe Blaptini associated with phytophagous habit are discussed. 

Phylogenetics, historical biogeography and molecular species delimitation of Gnaptorina Reitter (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Blaptini)

A phylogeny of the Gnaptorina genus is reconstructed based on one nuclear and three mitochondrial genes and used to explore the historical biography and diversification of GnaptOrina species and taxonomic subdivisions of the genus.

Composition of the genera Gnaptorina Reitter and Pseudognaptorina Kaszab of the tribe Blaptini (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae)

Based on the structure of the segments of the male fore and middle tarsi, three subgenera are distinguished in the genus Gnaptorina Reitter: Gnaptorina s. str. (brushes or tufts of pale setae are

In memory of G. S. Medvedev (1931–2009)

His series of papers on the taxonomy, biology, and eco-morphological adaptations of darkling beetles of Turkmenia was awarded the first prize at the annual ZIN competition for the best scientific publication in 1963.

Ten new species of the tenebrionid genus Asidoblaps fairmaire (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) from southwestern China

Ten new species of the genus Asidoblaps (tribe Blaptini) are described from China: A. mesa sp. n. (Yunnan), A. physoptera sp. n., A. dentipes sp. n. (Sichuan / Yunnan), A. faceta sp. n., A. edentata

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