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Fauna of Soil Darkling Beetles in China (Vol. 2) Tentyriforms (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) Epitragini Leptodini Akidini Tentyriini
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Fauna of Soil Darkling Beetles in China (Vol. 2) Tentyriforms (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) Epitragini Leptodini Akidini Tentyriini
中国土壤拟步甲志(第二卷)鳖甲类
Language:  Chinese with English summary
Author:  Ren Guodong and Ba Yibin
Pub. Date:  2010-01 Weight:   kg ISBN:  9787030260734
Format:  Paperback Pages:  225 pages + 13 plates
Subject:  Zoology > Entomology > Coleoptera
Series:   Size:  185*260mm
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About 700 species and subspecies subspecies soil darkling beetles belonging to 24 tribes of 3 subfamilies are known from China. They will be treated in 4 volumes of a monograph. The present volume described 137 species and subspecies belonging to 18 genera in 4 tribes. Total 108 portraits and 134 character figures are illustrated. This volume comprises of two parts. Part 1 is a brief account on research history, general morphology, classificatory systems, biology and economical, faunistics of the soil darkling beetles, phylogenetic relationship of the tentyriforms, fauna and geogegraphical distribution of the tentyriforms. Henning 86 program is used for cladistic analysis of Scytosoma Reitter and Tentyriini. Part 2 is the systematic account of the Chinese tentyriform. Altogether 137 species and subspecies belong to 18 genera in 4 tribes are described and keyed, among which 10 new species and 5 species which are newly recorded in China.






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