By I. Lobl, A. Smetana

A complete paintings overlaying the approximately 100,000 species of Coleoptera identified to happen within the Palaearctic sector. the total paintings is deliberate for eight volumes that might be released with periods of approximately 18 months. the data supplied for every species stands out as the following: basic taxonomic info of all to be had names within the genus and species degrees released by way of the top of 1999. The taxonomic info lower than subfamily can be equipped alphabetically. the kind species of genera and subgenera, incl. synonyms, are given. the realm coated contains additionally the Arabian Peninsula, Himalayas and China. The distributional info of species and subspecies is given in keeping with nation. special distributional info for strict endemics is given. brought species are indicated.The catalogue is a collective paintings of approximately 100 coleopterists from Europe, Japan, the US and Australia.

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Sahlberg, 1880: 49 A: ES FE WS NAR boreus Gordon, 1981: 106 springeri J. G. Thomson, 1874: 537 E: CT FI NR NT SV A: ES FE JA JIL WS konoi Nakane, 1963b: 25 penitus Guignot, 1945b: 20 rubripesLR. B. R. Sahlberg, 1921: 2 ruflcapillus Mannerheim, 1852a: 304 varians LeConte, 1850: 215 uenoi Nakane, 1963b: 25 A: FE JA HEI JIL QIN umbrosus Gyllenhal, 1808b: 538 (Hyphydrus) E: AU BE BY CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE HU IR LA LT NL NR NT PL SV SZ UK A: ES FE WS minutus Stephens, 1828b: 59 vagepictus Fairmaire & Laboulběne, 1855: 208 E: FR PT SP vespertinus Fery & Hendrich, 1988: 145 E: PT SP yakutiae Nilsson, 1990a: 34 A: FE zimmermanni J.

Balfour-Browne, 1939b: 103 type species Laccoporus viator J. Balfour-Browne, 1939 nigritulus Gschwendtner, 1936: 367 {Laccophilus) A: XIZ viator J. Balfour-Browne, 1939b: 104 A: XIZ genus Neptosternus Sharp, 1882: 286 type species Neptosternus ornatus Sharp, 1882 circumductus Régimbart, 1899:268 A: UP ORR coomani Peschet, 1923b: 175 A: GUA HAI HKG ORR hydaticoides Régimbart, 1877a: lxxix {Laccophilus) A: GUX HAI HKG TAI ORR tenasserimus Guignot, 1956d: 452 pocsi Sato, 1972b: 149 A: GUA ORR rotromTic, 1924b: 21 {Laccophilus) N: AG taiwanensis Hendrich & Balke, 1997: 65 A: TAI 77 genus Philodytes J.

Sahlberg, 1880: 52 subálpinus CG. Thomson, 1871: 365 trtvialis Stephens, 1828b: 59 nivalis Heer, 1839: 157 E: AU BU CZ FR GE IT MC PL PT SK SL SP SZ UK A: TR alticola Sharp, 1882: 468 sabaudus Fauvel, 1865: 276 scholzi W. Kolbe, 1899:24 normandi alhambrae Fery, 1999: 242 E: SP normandi ifnii Fery, 1999: 241 N: MO normandi ifranensis Fery, 1999: 239 N: MO normandi normandi Régimbart, 1903a: 254 E: FR PT SP notabilis LeConte, 1850: 216 E: CT FI NR NT SV A: ES FE WS NAR arcticus CG. Thomson, 1856: 197 fennicus Seidlitz, 1887b: 66 tomentosus Poppius, 1905a: 12 notatus Sturm, 1835: 62 E: BY CT CZ DE EN FI FR GE HU LT NL NT PL SV UK A: ES sacha Zaitzev, 1910a: 3 0 oasis Wewalka, 1992: 53 N: EG obscurus Sturm, 1835: 65 E: AU BE BY CR CT CZ DE EN FI FR GB GE IR LA LT LU NL NR NT PL SK SV SZ UK A: WS NAR hockingi Larson, 1975: 296 obsoletus Aubé, 1838b: 298 E: CRDEFRGB GEGRIRITNRPTSP SVSZ N : A G L B M O M R T U A:SYTR paganettianus Scholz, 1923: 183 E: PT SP palustris Linné, 1761:216 (Dytiscus) E: AB AN AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FA FI FR GB GE GG GR HU IR IT LA LS LT LU MC NL NR NT PL SK SL SP ST SV SZ UK YU A: ES IN TR WS apicalis Schilsky, 1888b: 183 buresiMatm, 1938e: 95 cambriensis Stephens, 1835: 392 cristatomarginatus Goeze, 1777: 625 (Dytiscus) flmbriatus Gmelin, 1790: 1957 [HN] (Dytiscus) 62 63 fuscorufus Minister, 1927a: 160 lituratus Fabricius, 1781 a: 296 (Dytiscus) proximus Stephens, 1828b: 55 sexpustulatus Fabricius, 1777: 239 (Dytiscus) styriacus Seidlitz, 1887b: 70 tinctus Clark, 1862a: 326 variegatus Geoffroy, 1785: 68 (Dyticus) pfefferi Wewalka, 1974: 107 [RN] E: GR orientalis Hlisnikovský, 1955a: 87 [HN] planus Fabricius, 178 lb: 501 (Dytiscus) E: AB AL AR AU BE BH BU BY CR CT CZ DE EN FIFR GB GE GG GRHUIRITLALTLUMCNLNRNTPLPTSKSLSPSTSVSZTRUKYU N:AGM0 A:INIQKZLE TM TR WS corsicus Wehncke, 1872b: 163 frisius Verhoeff, 1891a: 23 fuscatus Stephens, 1828b: 62 fusculus Schrank, 1781: 203 (Dytiscus) holosericeus Marsham, 1802: 427 (Dytiscus) humeralis Marsham, 1802: 422 (Dytiscus) lividus Geoffřoy, 1785: 68 (Dyticus) nigricans Schrank, 1781: 205 (Dytiscus) nigriceps Preller, 1862: 23 pallescens Seidlitz, 1887b: 72 sordidus Herbst, 1784: 126 (Dytiscus) productus Fairmaire, 1880d: 248 N: AG TU occultus Sharp, 1882: 456 pseudopubescens A.

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