Hydroporus emergens sp. n. is described from Tekirova (south of Antalya) in the south-western part of Turkey. The species is provisionally attributed to the H. normandi-complex which is part of the H. memnonius-group of Hydroporus Clairville, 1806. With the new species the known distribution of that complex – which so far was considered strictly western Mediterranean – is considerably expanded to the eastern Mediterranean. The species is compared with its western relatives as well as described and illustrated in detail.
Revision of a part of the memnonius-group of Hydroporus Clairville, 1806 (Insecta: Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) with the description of nine new taxa, and notes on other species of the genus. –
Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien101B:
A new interstitial species of the Hydroporus ferrugineus group from north-western Turkey, with a molecular phylogeny of the H. memnonius and related groups (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae: Hydroporinae). –
A new semi-subterranean diving beetle of the Hydroporus normandi-complex from south-eastern France, with notes on other taxa of the complex (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae). –
NilssonA.N.2014. A world catalogue of the family Dytiscidae or the diving beetles (Coleoptera Adephaga). Version 1.I.2014. – Privately published 306 pp. http://www2.emg.umu.se/projects/biginst/andersn/WCD_20140101.pdf (accessed on 16.iii.2014).
NilssonA.N.HájekJ.2014. Catalogue of Palearctic Dytiscidae (Coleoptera). Version 1.I.2014. – Privately published 48 pp. http://www2.emg.umu.se/projects/biginst/andersn/PAL_CAT_2014.pdf (accessed on 16.iii.2014).
The aquatic Adephaga (Coleoptera) of Fennoscandia and Denmark. II. Dytiscidae. Fauna Entomologica ScandinavicaVol. 32. – E.J. BrillLeiden, the Netherlands188 pp.