2017 Volume 4 Issue 2

Establishment of the North American Eastern Eyed Click Beetle Alaus oculatus L. (Coleoptera: Elateridae) in the Caucasus


S.V. Pushkin, E. G. Mishvelov
Abstract

In 2009 we for the first time found a look in a neighborhood of the city of Geledzhik. Still this look wasn't specified for t he territory of Russia, but also Palearktiki as a whole. In 2013 this look was noted repeatedly. I t testifies about not accidents of detection. The species is resulted for the first time for Russia and will be included in base Zoological institute the Russian Academy of Sciences  


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