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14th supplement to the list of Danish Coleoptera


, : 14th supplement to the list of Danish Coleoptera. Entomologiske Meddelelser. Juni; 632: 21-50

In 1994 eight species of Coleoptera have been recorded as new to Denmark, viz. Calathus cinctus, Mycetoporus brucki, Philhygra mahleri, Atheta excelsa, Amarochara bonnairei, Ischnoglossa obscura, Saprinus subnitescens and Scolytus triarmatus. Three species are deleted from the Danish list, viz. Quedius ochripennis, Oenopia conglobata and Orthocis linearis. Danish specimens recorded as Xantholinus audrasi belong to X. rhenanus. The number of known Danish species of Coleoptera is now 3674.

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