Tenebrionidae (Coleoptera) de Namibia, avec descriptions de 12 espèces nouvelles

@article{Ferrer2004TenebrionidaeD,
  title={Tenebrionidae (Coleoptera) de Namibia, avec descriptions de 12 esp{\`e}ces nouvelles},
  author={J. Medina Ferrer},
  journal={Zoosystematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={80},
  pages={181-250}
}
  • J. Ferrer
  • Published 4 April 2004
  • Geography, Biology
  • Zoosystematics and Evolution
Les especes recoltees par les expeditions en Namibie, organisees par le Museum fur Naturkunde de l'Universite Humboldt de Berlin, pendant les annees 1992-1998, sont enumerees et 13 taxons nouveaux sont decrits et figures: Epairopsis deckerti n. sp., Vieta deckerti n. sp., Planostibes goellnerae n. sp., Prodilamus uhligi n. sp., Cheirodes (Spinanemia) uhligi n. sp., Lyphia moraguesi n. sp., Bremerus n. gen. frankkocht n. sp., Nicandra (Heteronicandra) goellnerae n. sp., Cossyphodes uhligi n. sp… 
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