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General Distribution of the Flea Beetles in the Palaearctic Subregion (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae: Alticinae). Supplement

Series: Pensoft Series Faunistica Volume: 42
By: B Gruev and M Doberl
239 pages, Tabs, maps
General Distribution of the Flea Beetles in the Palaearctic Subregion (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae: Alticinae). Supplement
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Language: English

This supplement comes not only to correct the inaccuracies and mistakes in the author's monograph of 1997, but also to update the nomenclature, taxonomy and distribution of the Alticinae, or flea beetles, in the Palaearctic subregion. As a result, 83 names of flea beetles are eliminated, mostly as synonyms, while 113 species are added. So the total number of species or subspecies has increased from 1,358 to 1,388. The following three genera are added to the regional list: Aeschrocnemis, Cyrsylus and Heyrovskya.

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1. Introduction 2. Acknowledgements 3. Taxa eliminated from the book 4. Additional texts to the checklist of the taxa 5. Zoogeographical notes 6. List of the species and their generalized distribution with corrections and additions 7. References a) Corrections and notes b) References with latin characters c) References with cyrillic characters 8. Index

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Series: Pensoft Series Faunistica Volume: 42
By: B Gruev and M Doberl
239 pages, Tabs, maps
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