ELATERIDAE DE ARGENTINA especies presentes en Argentina de la familia Elateridae (Elateridae species from Argentina) adaptado de. ELATERIDAE DE BRASIL especies presentes en Brasil de la familia Elateridae ( Elateridae species from Brasil) J.E. Barriga-Tuñón, nov ELATERIDAE DE MÉXICO especies presentes en México de la familia Elateridae (Elateridae species from México) según: P.J. Johnson, March.

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Is it still the same species in both peninsulas? Caucasian Entomological Bulletin9 2 — Notizie naturali e chimico-agronomiche sulla provincia di Pavia. We hypothesize that adults integrate their diet with flower resources according to a generalist strategy. During Earth’s warmer periods the glaciers receded and some species colonized the newly uncovered land.

Please review our privacy policy. The two plant species from which Elateridae were collected on Mt. TurkeyCardiophorus tenuis sp. Support Center Support Center.

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Koleopterologische Rundschau, 59, — We have three questions about Campylomorphus homalisinus: Some of them established continuous areas, like the mammal Erinaceus europeus Randi or the grasshopper Chorthippus parallelus Lunt et al.

Maretti for historical records. Lesima is occurring a functional generalization sensu Ollerton et al. Arthropod fauna of the UAE1, — National Center for Biotechnology InformationU.

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Zapata de la Vega have been interviewed about the ecology and the records of the species. Checklist e distribuzione della fauna italiana. Petal herbivory by chrysomelid beetles Phyllotreta sp. Paolo Biella conducted the surveys, led the expert-based rewiev and interpretated the data.

AfghanistanCardiophorus burkus sp. The specimens have been identified by a specialist Dr. The principles of pollination ecology. It was named as Elater homalisinus by Illiger from a specimen from Portugal, but in Jacquelin du Val considered it as a monospecific genus. Open in a separate window. Phylogeography of southern European refugia.

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Lesima yielded the first record of Campylomorphus homalisinus Illiger, inside Lombardy Italy [Fig. Finally, the female is very difficult to record 9 females out of 96 specimens have been collocated in G.

Biogeography of Campylomorphus homalisinus It is not known whether this species has always been present in the area, but it is certain that it has not been detected in many surveys set in Lombardy Ruffo and StochMazzoldiVilla and VillaCavagna Sangiuliani Di Gualdana et al. AfghanistanDicronychus decoroides sp. Arquivos Entomoloxicos6, — Published online Mar AfghanistanDicronychus ilniczkyi sp. Princeton University Press; Magazin fur insektenkunde Irvine A.


In the Iberian Peninsula, such range is extended towards lower altitudes: Contribution to the knowledge of the click-beetles Coleoptera: The hypothesis of an expansion northwards of the occupancy area should not be rejected.

Annali del Museo civico di Storia naturale di Ferrara5, 27— Anchastomorphus phedrus Candeze, Anchastomorphus phedrus var. Zapata de la Vega, J.

ZooKeys88, 1— Some ancient records of Deyrolle in Chevrolat refers to places by names which are not in use in modern times and therefore are not directly identifiable. Reid; Michael Schmitt; S.

Might the discontinuous distribution of Campylomorphus homalisinus be explained in such a scenario? Contributions in Science, Numberpp.

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Study area The collection took place in a montane grassland formation with a north-eastern exposure and average altitude of m [Fig. Studies in Ophrys pollination. GeorgiaAgriotes balikesirensis sp. According to Rossetti and Ottonethe average rainfalls of the area that rounds Mt.

The Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology, 16 169—