Termitophilous Orthogonius (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from South India

@article{Abhitha2009TermitophilousO,
  title={Termitophilous Orthogonius (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from South India},
  author={P. Abhitha and T. Sabu and M. Tian},
  journal={Oriental Insects},
  year={2009},
  volume={43},
  pages={369 - 378}
}
Abstract Description of a new carabid species belonging to the termitophilous genus Orthogonius with catalogue of the species in peninsular India (south of Indian subcontinent including Sri Lanka), check list and key to the species in the moist south Western Ghats in south India, is provided. In addition, notes on the regional distribution pattern of the genus in the Indian subcontinent, association with termitoriums, rarity and seasonality in collections and periodicity in arrival are added. 
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