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Ridescrizione di Duvalius caoduroi Pace, 1986 e considerazioni sulle sue affinita sistematiche Coleoptera, Carabidae, Trechinae


, : Ridescrizione di Duvalius caoduroi Pace, 1986 e considerazioni sulle sue affinita sistematiche Coleoptera, Carabidae, Trechinae. Redia, 731: 181-185

Duvalius caoduroi Pace, 1986 from the cave "Grotta Sant'Angelo n. 40 B/PZ (Trecchina, Potenza, S Italy) is redescribed. On the basis of exoskeletal morphology and male copulatory apparatus, the species is removed from the "Duvalius franchettii-group" and is included into a new "Duvalius caoduroi-group". This group does not show affinities with any other group of species known from Italy.

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