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Contribution to the knowledge of the elaterids of Greece and Turkey (Coleoptera)


, : Contribution to the knowledge of the elaterids of Greece and Turkey (Coleoptera). Fragmenta Entomologica 18(1): 169-224

A list is given of 134 elaterid species (in 40 genera), of which some are of economic importance, that were collected during expeditions to Greece and Turkey by the Zoological Institute of Rome University and the Civic Museum of Natural History of Verona. The locality and date of collection, the collector, the number of specimens and the world distribution of the species are recorded for each.

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