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HomeBooksA revision of the Oriental species of Bolitogyrus Chevrolat (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Staphylininae)

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A revision of the Oriental species of Bolitogyrus Chevrolat (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Staphylininae)
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Adam Brunke

Series: ZooKeys #664
Publisher:Pensoft Publishers
P-ISBN paperback:9789546428554
P-ISSN:1313-2989
Publication date: March 2017
Language: English
Pages: 98
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The Oriental species of the relictual genus Bolitogyrus are revised based on 200 specimens. Fifty valid Oriental species are diagnosed herein, 2 species are synonymized, one is transferred from Quedius to Bolitogyrus, and the following nineteen are described as new to science: B. concavus sp. n.; B. confusus sp. n.; B. himalayicus sp. n.; B. khasiensis sp. n.; B. luteus sp. n.; B. mulayitensis sp. n.; B. nanus sp. n.; B. nokrek sp. n.; B. pecki sp. n.; B. pederseni sp. n.; B. phukhieo sp. n.; B. rougemonti sp. n.; B. sepilok sp. n.; B. schillhammeri sp. n.; B. smetanai sp. n.; B. solodovnikovi sp. n.; B. temburong sp. n.; B. tigris sp. n.; and B. tumidus sp. n. Several species are named in recognition of conservation efforts to protect tropical primary forests in Asia that are important to the survival of many Bolitogyrus species. All available bionomic and distributional data for Oriental Bolitogyrus are summarized, and an identification key is provided.
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