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Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera, Volume 6/1 Chrysomeloidea I (Vesperidae, Disteniidae, Cerambycidae)

Flora / Fauna
By: Mikhail L Danilevsky(Editor)
712 pages, 1 b/w illustration, 3 b/w maps
Publisher: E J Brill
Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera, Volume 6/1
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  • Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera, Volume 6/1 ISBN: 9789004429161 Edition: 2 Hardback Nov 2020 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Volume 6 in this series covers the Chrysomelidae. For the second edition the coverage is now divided over two volumes. Part 1 of volume 6 now covers the Vesperidae, Disteniidae, and Cerambycidae.

Structured knowledge of life, as it evolved and is present on our planet, requires cataloguing. Catalogues summarize the work in systematics, they enable assessment of faunal diversity and classification, and provide information on past taxonomic acts. They are also essential in achieving a universal language in taxonomy that assures unambiguous transfer of biological information. Erroneous information due to incorrect use of taxonomic names has an impact in many fields, including genetics, physiology, ecology, plant protection, nature conservation, and legislation.

Over the years, the Palaearctic Coleoptera have undoubtedly been studied by more students that those of other parts of the world, and more than representatives of most other orders of insects. It is therefore remarkable that an overview of the present knowledge of the about 100,000 species of the Palaearctic Coleoptera is badly trailing that of, e.g., the Nearctic Coleoptera, or Palaearctic Diptera.

The aim of Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera is to provide a tool that addresses the most urgent needs: 1) a list of available names, both valid and invalid, of taxa occurring in the Palaearctic Region, in their verified original orthography and with the correct publication dates, 2) a complete list of verified references to primary descriptions, and 3) informative distributions of the species and subspecies. Thus, the catalogue is expected to respond to questions related to biodiversity, and to increase the badly needed nomenclatorial stability.

Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera is a collective work involving many authors and will be published in eight volumes. Each volume will group taxa with respect to the adopted classification, and will be "independent", having its own Reference section and Index.


Taxonomic Information
Distributional Information
Bibliographic Information
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New Nomenclatural, Taxonomic and Geographical Acts, and Comments
Taxonomy and Geography Remarks


family Vesperidae
subfamily Vesperinae
tribe Vesperini
subfamily Philinae
tribe Philini
family Disteniidae
subfamily Disteniinae
tribe Cyrtonopini
tribe Disteniini
tribe Dynamostini
family Cerambycidae
subfamily Parandrinae
tribe Parandrini
subfamily Prioninae
tribe Acanthophorini
tribe Aegosomatini
tribe Anacolini
tribe Callipogonini
tribe Cantharocnemini
tribe Ergatini
tribe Eurypodini
tribe Macrotomini
tribe Meroscelisini
tribe Prionini
subfamily Lepturinae
tribe Caraphiini
tribe Encyclopini
tribe Enoploderini 119
tribe Lepturini 153
tribe Oxymirini 153
tribe Rhagiini 154
tribe Rhamnusiini 179
tribe Sachalinobiini 180
tribe Teledapini 180
tribe Xylosteini 180
subfamily Necydalinae 181
subfamily Spondylidinae 184
tribe Anisarthrini 184
tribe Asemini 184
tribe Atimiini 186
tribe Nothorhinini 187
tribe Saphanini 187
tribe Spondylinini 188
tribe Tetropiini 188
subfamily Apatophyseinae 189
tribe Apatophyseini 189
subfamily Cerambycinae 191
tribe Achrysonini 191
tribe Anaglyptini 191
tribe Brachypteromini 194
tribe Callichromatini 194
tribe Callidiini 204
tribe Callidiopini 212
tribe Cerambycini 214
tribe Certallini 222
tribe Cleomenini 222
tribe Clytini 225
tribe Compsocerini 225
tribe Deilini 257
tribe Graciliini 258
tribe Hesperophanini 259
tribe Hylotrupini 263
tribe Molorchini 263
tribe Mythodini 268
tribe Obriini 268
tribe Oemini 271
tribe Opsimini 274
tribe Pelossini 274
tribe Phoracanthini 274
tribe Prothemini 275
tribe Psebiini 276
tribe Pseudolepturini 276
tribe Purpuricenini 277
tribe Pyrestini 283
tribe Srenhomalini 284
tribe Stenopterini 285
tribe Thraniini 289
tribe Tillomorphini 289
tribe Vesperellini 290
tribe Xystrocerini 290
subfamily Lamiinae 291
tribe Acanthocinini 291
tribe Acanthoderini 299
tribe Agapanthiini 300
tribe Ancylonotini 310
tribe Apodasyini 311
tribe Apomecynini 321
tribe Astathini 330
tribe Batocerini 332
tribe Ceroplesini 334
tribe Dorcadionini 337
tribe Dorcaschematini 373
tribe Eunidiini 375
tribe Exocentrini 376
tribe Gnomini 381
tribe Gyaritini 381
tribe Homonoeini 382
tribe Lamiini 383
tribe Mesosini 386
tribe Monochamini 395
tribe Morimonellini 416
tribe Morimopsini 416
tribe Nyctimeniini 418
tribe Parmenini 420
tribe Petrognathini 420
tribe Phrynetini 421
tribe Phytoeciini 421
tribe Pogonocherini 446
tribe Prosopocerini 448
tribe Pteropliini
tribe Saperdini
tribe Tetropini
tribe Tragocephalini
tribe Xenoleini


Index to Family-Group Names
Index to Genus-group Names

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Mikhail Danilevsky, Ph.D. (1977), A. N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, is a senior researcher. He has published more than 200 scientific works including 5 monographs, including Longicorn Beetles (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) of Russia and Adjacent Countries, Part 1. (Moscow: HSC, 2014).

Flora / Fauna
By: Mikhail L Danilevsky(Editor)
712 pages, 1 b/w illustration, 3 b/w maps
Publisher: E J Brill
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"It will hopefully inspire further studies of these beetles faunistics, especially in countries where the group is poorly studied and will aid the work of conservationists, systematists and ecologists."
– Michael Cox, in Entomologist’s Gazette (2021) Vol. 72

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