Alexey V. Kovalev and Alexander G. Kirejtshuk
with representatives of different families of this superfamily made it possible to determine that they are rather similar and related to the genus Brachypsectra LeConte, 1874 (Brachypsectridae Horn, 1881 ). Till now, only one species of the family was known from the Palaearctic ( Hájek 2010
Revised and Updated Edition
Edited by Ivan Löbl and Daniel Löbl
Contributors are: Robert B. Angus, Martin Fikáček, Elio Gentili, Manfred A. Jäch, Fenglong Jia, Tomáš Lackner, Ivan Löbl, Sławomir Mazur, Yusuke Minoshima, Alfred F. Newton, Michel Perreau, Alexander Prokin, Marek Przewoźny, Jan Rŭžička, Sergey K. Ryndevich, Michael Schülke, André Skale, Aleš Smetana, Mikael Sörensson.
The publication of the work was supported by the Muséum de la Ville de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland.
For each species the following information is provided:
• Primary taxonomic information of all available names in the genus and species levels.
• The taxonomic information below subfamily, organized alphabetically.
• The type species of genera and subgenera, incl. synonyms.
• The area covered also includes the Arabian Peninsula, Himalayas and China.
• The distributional data of species and subspecies is given per country.
• Detailed distributional information for strict endemics is given.
• Introduced species are indicated.
CPC 1 Archostemata-Myxophaga-Adephaga (2003) --> REVISED AND UPDATED EDITION published in October 2017
CPC 2 Hydrophiloidea - Staphylinoidea (2 vols) --> REVISED AND UPDATED EDITION published in August 2015
CPC 3 Scarabaeoidea, Scirtoidea, Dascilloidea, Buprestoidea and Byrrhoidea (2006) --> REVISED AND UPDATED EDITION published in June 2016
CPC 4 Elateroidea, Derodontoidea, Bostrichoidea, Lymexyloidea, Cleroidea and Cucujoidea (2007)
CPC 5 Tenebrionoidea (2008)
CPC 6 Chrysomeloidea (2010)
CPC 7 Curculionoidea I (2011)
CPC 8 Curculionoidea II (2013)
Clas M. Naumann, Gerhard M. Tarmann and W. Gerald Tremewan
PETER J. JONES
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Lars Vilhelmsen, Stephan M. Blank, Zhiwei Liu and David R. Smith
hemisphere with ten species in the Palaearctic and five in the Nearctic, as well as six from the Oriental Region. In contrast, representation of Orussus in the southern hemisphere is poor: five species are known from sub-saharan Africa, none at all from the Neotropic Region, and only one from New Guinea in
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Palearctic and Nearctic Chironomus (Camptochironomus) tentans (Fabricius) are different species (Diptera: Chironomidae) NICKOLAI A. SHOBANOV, IYA I. KIKNADZE and MALCOLM G. BUTLER Morphological comparison of populations of Chironomus (Camptochironomus) tentans (Fab- ricius) from Europe, Asia
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, malacophagous feeding habits, and biosystematics. Resolving these questions was the primary impetus and basis for this revision of the Palearctic species. Ephydrids or shore flies are well known among Diptera because of their rather unique ability to proliferate in environments that are normally inim- ical to