On the Xantholinini of Turkey and adjacent regions (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae)

  title={On the Xantholinini of Turkey and adjacent regions (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae)},
  author={Volker Assing},
Based on a study of types and additional material, 11 species of Xantholinini from the Eastern Mediterranean are (re-)described and illustrated, 8 of them as new: Vulda ottomana (Cameron, 1912), V. cangalica sp. n. (Turkey: Sinop), Xantholinus (Typhlolinus) gridellii Coiffait, 1956, X. (Calolinus) puthzi Bordoni, 1979, X. (C.) ibex sp. n. (Turkey: Mugla, Antalya), X. (C.) marasicus sp. n. (Turkey: Kahramanmaras), X. (C.) penicillatus sp. n. (Turkey: Mugla, Konya), X. (Helicophallus… 
On the Staphylinidae of Turkey VIII. Eleven new species, two new synonymies, a new combination, and additional records (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)
The sexual characters of Amischa filum MULSANT & REY, 1870, Liogluta falcata ASSING, 2010, Oxypoda ferruginea, and Zoosetha mersinaASSING, 2004 are illustrated.
On the Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) of Iran. II. New species and additional records, with special reference to the Paederinae, Xantholinini, and Aleocharinae
Seventeen species are (re-)described and illustrated, fourteen of them are new to science, and two names are revalidated: Rugilus tauricus (Rougemont, 1988), previously a synonym of R. rossii (Zanetti, 1977), and Xantholinus martensi Bordoni, 1983.
On the Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) of Turkey IX. Five new species, a new synonymy, and additional records
A study of more than 3,700 specimens of Staphylinidae collected during three field trips to Turkey conducted in 2011 and 2012, as well as of additional material received from other sources yielded
On the genus Xantholinus Dejean of Turkey: three new species, new and additional records, with distributional checklist (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae: Xantholinini)
A distributional checklist of the thirty eight species of Xantholinus represented in Turkey is provided and the distributions of Turkish Helicophallus species are mapped.
New species and additional records of Paederinae and Aleocharinae from Iran (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)
Four species of Staphylinidae are (re-)described and illustrated: Lathrobium impressifrons Eppelsheim, 1884, sp. propr. (previously regarded as a subspecies of L. laevipenne Heer, 1839) and L.
New and Additional Records of the Subfamily Staphylininae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae) from Turkey
Seven species belonging to the subfamily Staphylininae (Coleoptera: Staphyllinidae) collected from Central Anatolian Region of Turkey are examined and the distribution of Erichsonius cinerascens (Gravenhorst, 1802) and Xantholinus (s. str.) linearis linearis Olivier, 1795 in Turkey is confirmed.
On the Staphylinidae of the Greek island Corfu (Insecta: Coleoptera)
The known fauna of this island is significantly more diverse than those of other East Mediterranean islands, including the much larger Cyprus, and includes reliable previous literature records and the new records reported in the present paper.
Faunistic Contributions, and Ecological and Zoogeographical Evaluations on Staphylininae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) Fauna of Eastern Black Sea Region of Turkey
  • S. Özdemir
  • Biology
    Transactions of the American Entomological Society
  • 2021
General distribution pattern of the species depending on collecting months, altitudes and habitats, and species diversity of the region are presented and compared and distributed in other regions of Turkey and zoogeographical regions are included.
Balıkesir ilinden Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) familyasına ait ek faunistik kayıtlar
In totally 29 species, one of Tachyporinae, two of Omaliinee, three of Oxytelinaes, four of AleocharINAe, seven of Paederinae and twelve of Staphylininae belonging to Staphlyinidae, were recorded from Balıkesir province of Turkey, during years of 2012 and 2013.
A new species of the genus Vulda Jacquelin du Val from Turkey (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Xantholinini)
A total of six species is now known from Turkey, with Vulda assingi sp.