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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Beetles (Coleoptera)

Les Cahiers Magellanes Hors-série, Volume 4 [French] Contribution à la Connaissance du genre Ceroglossus Solier, IV (Coleoptera, Carabidae)

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By: Walter Heinz(Author), Éric Jiroux(Author)
14 pages, 8 colour illustrations
Publisher: Magellanes
Les Cahiers Magellanes Hors-série, Volume 4 [French]
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Language: French, with bilingual abstract in English and French

Six subspecies of the Carabid beetle genus Ceroglossus from the south of Chili are described: C. chilensis legrandi, C. c. pseudopatagoniensis, C. c. meridionalis, C. darwini mequignoni, C. magellanicus ortrudheinzae and C. buqueti breuningi.

C. darwini minutissimus is synonymized with C. darwini darwini, C. buqueti cupreus is rehabilited as a good subspecies and precisions are given on biology and/or geographical distribution of nine other Ceroglossus subspecies.

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Monograph Journal / Magazine
By: Walter Heinz(Author), Éric Jiroux(Author)
14 pages, 8 colour illustrations
Publisher: Magellanes
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