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Coleoptera Histeridae from French Guiana III Additions to the catalogue and systematic notes Coleoptera Histeridae de Guyane francaise III Complements au catalogue et notes systematiques

, : Coleoptera Histeridae from French Guiana III Additions to the catalogue and systematic notes Coleoptera Histeridae de Guyane francaise III Complements au catalogue et notes systematiques. Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France. Juin; 1062: 199-214

The catalogue of Histeridae which are present in French Guiana accounts for 44 genera, at least 118 species, 24 of which are new for this french department. Twenty-three species known only from old citations, and those with special niche-dwelling habits deserve further collecting efforts.

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