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A Review of Niphadonyx A High Altitude Weevil Genus of the Himalayas and North-West China (Coleoptera Curculionidae Molytinae)

Monograph
Series: Memoirs on Biodiversity Volume: 2
By: Massimo Meregalli(Author)
174 pages, 53 plates with colour photos; 8 plates with colour distribution maps
A Review of Niphadonyx
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Language: English

A Review of Niphadonyx is an important taxonomic work about the genus Niphadonyx (Curculionidae Molytinae) by prof. Massimo Meregalli of the University of Torino. The work includes the review of the genus based on differential diagnostic characters which are discussed with respect to the most closely related genera. A Review of Niphadonyx includes descriptions of 43 new species from the Himalayan Massif and North-West China, with habitus photographs of all species and pictures of relevant morphological characters. All collecting localities are georeferenced and detailed distribution maps are provided.

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Monograph
Series: Memoirs on Biodiversity Volume: 2
By: Massimo Meregalli(Author)
174 pages, 53 plates with colour photos; 8 plates with colour distribution maps
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