Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera, Vol. 3: Scarabaeoidea - by I. Lobl, A. Smetana

By I. Lobl, A. Smetana

This sequence covers approximately 100,000 species of Coleoptera recognized to ensue within the Palaearctic area. the data supplied for every species is as follows: basic taxonomic details of all to be had names within the genus and species degrees released through the tip of 1999; the taxonomic info under subfamily, prepared alphabetically; and the sort species of genera and subgenera, together with synonyms. the world lined comprises the Arabian Peninsula, Himalayas, and China, and the distributional info of species and subspecies is given in line with state. targeted distributional details for strict endemics is given, and brought species are indicated. is a collective paintings of approximately 100 coleopterists from Europe, Japan, the US, and Australia.

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7 vs. 8, respectively. We attribute these minor size variations to the difference between host species. 6), figures similar to measurements for E. , 1972). 14 Line drawing of the sporulated oocyst of Eimeria daurica (original) redrawn from Matschoulsky, 1947a. Synonym: Eimeria matschoulskyi Pelle´rdy, 1974, in Cricetulus barabensis (striped hamster), pro parte. Type host: Ochotona dauurica (Pallas, 1776) (syn. Lepus dauuricus), Daurian pika. Type locality: ASIA: Asiatic Russia (former Soviet Union): Mongolia, southern regions of Buryat-Mongol.

Alleni, L. californicus, L. , 2004). In addition, Halanych et al. , L. timidus, L. europaeus). Hybridization between more distantly related species allowed Halanych et al. , 2004). Sylvilagus Halanych and Robinson (1997) examined the evolutionary history of the genus Sylvilagus using sequence data from the mitochondrial 12S rDNA gene, which they felt was particularly reliable and effective for determining interspecific relationships and relatively recent evolutionary events in these mammals. Their 12S data supported earlier arguments by Green and Flanders (1980) and Corbet (1983) for the separate generic status of Sylvilagus and also indicated separate generic status (sister PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AND HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY taxon) for the pygmy rabbit, B.

To date, no potential carnivores were found among the rabbit fossils from the same time period on Minorca, suggesting the rabbits could have evolved to a larger body size with no evolutionary pressures to escape predators by maintaining agility and speed. In fact, the short spinal column documented from these fossils suggests that N. rex probably didn’t even hop much (Millius, 2011). LAGOMORPH BIODIVERSITY AND FAMILIAL RELATIONSHIPS When compared with other mammalian orders, the Lagomorpha is not diverse and contains just three families, Prolagidae (Sardinian pika, extinct), Ochotonidae (pikas), and Leporidae (rabbits and hares).

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