2020 Volume 7 Issue 1

Eco-Faunistic Review of the Silphidae Family (Coleoptera: Silphidae) of the Greater Caucasus


Pushkin Sergey, Tsymbal Bohdan, Artemev Sergey, Fesenko Galyna, Fesenko Tetiana
Abstract

The paper presents the results of 23 years of research on the fauna of the carrion beetles (Coleoptera: Silphidae) of the Greater Caucasus. The author compiled an ecological-faunistic review of 27 species and 4 subspecies of silphids.


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