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Nowe dane o rozmieszczeniu 50 gatunków ryjkowców (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) w Polsce

  title={Nowe dane o rozmieszczeniu 50 gatunk{\'o}w ryjkowc{\'o}w (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) w Polsce},
  author={Marek Wanat and Miłosz A. Mazur and Rafał Celadyn and Paweł Jałoszyński and R. Ruta and Maciej Kaźmierczak and Zbigniew Mocarski and J. Szypuła and Paweł Sienkiewicz},
New distributional records of fifty weevil species (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) in Poland. Fifty weevil species have been recorded from new localities in Poland. They belong to four families: Anthribidae (1), Apionidae (6), Nanophyidae (2) and Curculionidae (41). The new records, 124 in all, are from 64 UTM squares (10×10 km) in 17 of 24 regions of Poland, according to the division adopted from the Catalogus Faunae Poloniae issued in 1971-2000. Nearly half of them (57) are first records for a… 
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The Checklist of the Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) of Poland Revisited
Eleven new weevil species have been discovered in Poland since 2005, including the still unpublished records of Pachycerus madidus (Olivier), which has been confirmed with recent findings.
Species delimitation within the Bothryorrhynchapion weevils: Multiple evidence from genetics, morphology and ecological associations.
Morphological data including morphometrics, molecular and ecological analyses confirmed the monophyly of the Bothryorrhynchapion and species statuses of five species and unraveled the relations among the examined weevils.


A new checklist of the weevils of Poland (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea)
Complete and updated list of 1052 species (including one subspecies) of the weevils (Curculionoidea) found in Poland until 2004 is given, with comments on all systematic and nomenclatural changes
Genetic diversity of the xerothermic weevils Polydrusus inustus and Centricnemus leucogrammus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in central Europe
Results indicate that these xerothermic beetles may have different origins and that C. leucogrammus appears to be a relic species as the populations of this species are much more genetically diverse (six distinct clades) and some of the populations are allopatric and others sympatric.
Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) assemblages in the fields of narrow-leafed lupin sown as pure stand and intercropped with spring triticale
Weevils were more numerous in the pure stands of lupin than in those intercropped with triticale, and the dominant species in all the three treatments was Charagmus griseus, while Sitona macularius and Ch.
Weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) of the Stobrawski Landscape Park
The results of faunistic and ecological studies on the weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea without Scolytinae) of the Stobrawski Landscape Park are presented and the relationships between weevil species and the different habitats are analysed.
Dieckmanniellus chevrieri (Boheman, 1845) new for the Polish fauna, and new records of two other species of Nanophyidae (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea)
Dieckmanniellus chevrieri (Boheman, 1845) is recorded from Poland for the first time and illustrated and key to genera of Nanophyidae occurring in Central Europe is given.
Nanophyes brevis Boheman, 1845 (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea: Nanophyidae) in Poland
Nanophyes brevis BOH., hitherto not included into the Polish fauna, has been discovered on several localities in Poland, in the protected areas of the Świętokrzyski National Park (Holy Cross Mts),
Ryjkowce kserotermiczne Polski ( Coleoptera : Nemonychidae , Attelabidae , Apionidae , Curculionidae ) - studium zoogeograficzne
  • Monografie Fauny Polski
  • 2001