2015 Volume 2 Issue 4

Dermestes Erichsoni (Ganglbauer, 1903) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) – Rare beetles of the South of the Russia


Sergey Viktorovich Pushkin
Abstract

Dermestes erichsoni Ganglbauer, 1903 – a rare forest species. Low population density D. erichsoni can be explained by the peculiarities of its biology. To date, not much is known of works devoted to the biology of this species (1-9). In view of these circumstances, our objective was to study the biology and ecology: population, habitat, relations D. erichsoni.

Keywords: сarpet beetles, Dermestidae, Dermestes erichsoni, Red Book.


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