Three new species of Exocelina Broun, 1886 from the southern slopes of the New Guinea central range, with introduction of the Exocelina skalei group (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae, Copelatinae)

@article{Shaverdo2020ThreeNS,
  title={Three new species of Exocelina Broun, 1886 from the southern slopes of the New Guinea central range, with introduction of the Exocelina skalei group (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae, Copelatinae)},
  author={H. Shaverdo and Suriani Surbakti and Bob Sumoked and M. Balke},
  journal={ZooKeys},
  year={2020},
  volume={1007},
  pages={129 - 143}
}
Abstract Three new species of the genus Exocelina Broun, 1886: E. brazzasp. nov., E. amabilissp. nov. and E. mimikasp. nov. are described from New Guinea. The former two species are placed into the E. ekari group, while the latter is suggested to be a member of a separate lineage, the newly introduced E. skalei group. The only other species of that group is E. skalei Shaverdo & Balke, 2014. The group is phylogenetically sister of the E. ekari group. All species have been collected on the… Expand

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