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The Noctuoid Moths of Kyrgyzstan

Flora / Fauna
By: Stanislav K Korb(Author), Aleksey Y Matov(Author), Igor G Pliushch(Author), Zoya F Klyuchko(Author), Alexander N Poltavsky(Author)
247 pages, 18 plates with colour photos ; 857 b/w distribution maps
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Language: English with Russian summary

The list of species of Kyrgyzstan at the current time is given. This list includes 857 species (69 are new to this fauna, 8251 specimens have been processed). The species which the authors record for this fauna for the first time and many little-known species and type specimens are illustrated. The lectotypes of the following taxa are designated: Pseudophia illunaris var. gracilis Bang-Haas, 1907, Cleophana serratula Staudinger, 1888, Polia centralasiae Staudinger, 1882. For every species the following information is given: type locality, reference records for Kyrgyzstan, used material, flight period, vertical zone and area map.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Stanislav K Korb(Author), Aleksey Y Matov(Author), Igor G Pliushch(Author), Zoya F Klyuchko(Author), Alexander N Poltavsky(Author)
247 pages, 18 plates with colour photos ; 857 b/w distribution maps
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