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

The Tiger Beetle Genus Cicindela (Coleoptera, Insecta) from the Indian Subcontinent

Identification Key Monograph Journal / Magazine
Series: Annals of Carnegie Museum Volume: 58/4
By: Robert E Acciavatti(Author), David L Pearson(Author)
280 pages, 63 b/w illustrations and b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Hillside Books
The Tiger Beetle Genus Cicindela (Coleoptera, Insecta) from the Indian Subcontinent
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Volume 58 of the Annals of Carnegie Museum contains a monograph on the beetle genus Cicindela from the Indian Subcontinent.

Cicindela (sensu lato) species and subspecies of tiger beetles known from the Indian subcontinent countries of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, are reviewed comprehensively. The 151 species are organized into 24 subgenera with taxonomic keys provided to differentiate Cicindela from other Cicindelini, Cicindelina genera and to identify its members to the subgeneric and specific levels. Each subgenus and its included species are covered in detail as to nomenclature and synonymy, type species data, comparative diagnosis, detailed redescription of known species and description of new species, geographic variation and distribution, locality data from selective study specimens, habitat preference and associated species, and closely related species from adjoining biogeographic regions.

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Identification Key Monograph Journal / Magazine
Series: Annals of Carnegie Museum Volume: 58/4
By: Robert E Acciavatti(Author), David L Pearson(Author)
280 pages, 63 b/w illustrations and b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Hillside Books
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