2019 Volume 6 Issue 1

Revision of the Material of Collections of the Carpet Beetle (Dermestidae). Part 1. Faunistic Review


Pushkin Sergey Viktorovich
Abstract

The paper presented the results of the collection of the Siberian Zoological Museum and Museum MPGU, Moscow; private collections of I.V. Shochin, D. Kasatkin, B. Georgi. The total of 154 specimens of carpet beetles (Dermestidae) were studied. The results of the study of beetle were supplemented by the information on the world fauna of the dermestid beetles.


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