2014 Volume 1 Issue 1


S. V. Pushkin

The research results of neritic fauna of Coleoptera of the Belaya River in the Maikop area of the Republic of Adygea are given in the article. The faunistic list of Coleoptera is submitted. Representatives of studied Coleoptera complex are divided into ecological groups. Atheta (s. str.) pseudotenera Cameron, 1933 (Staphylinidae) – the new find for the Caucasus and the South of Russia.

Keywords: neritic coleoptera, fauna, Adygea, Belaya River, ecotones.


Inventory of Coleopterous Insects of the Republic of Adygea. (Under the editorship of A.S. Zamotaylov, Nikitsky N. B.). – Maikop, AGTU, 2010. – 404 p.

A.A. Nazimova, A.S. Sazhnev. Addition to fauna of insects gerpetobionts a coastal zone of lakes of the Lysogorsky region of the Saratov region // Entomological and parasitological researches in the Volga region. – Saratov: Publishing house SGU, 2011. V. 9 . P. 107-108.

A.A. Nazimova, A.S. Sazhnev. Ekologo-faunisticheskaya the characteristic of (Coleoptera) of a coastal zone of inundated lakes of a valley of the Medveditsa River in the Saratov region // the XIV congress of the Russian entomological society. SPb. 2012. – P. 302.

S.V. Pushkin. Nekrobiontnye beetles (Coleoptera; Insecta) South of Russia. – Stavropol: SGU. 2010. – 183 p.

S.V. Pushkin. Rare and disappearing insects of the Central Ciscaucasia. Lambert Academic Publishing. Saarbrucken, 2013. – 113 p.

A.A. Prokin. Water beetles (Coleoptera) of the small rivers of the European part of Russia: variety, biotsenotichesky and indicator role // Ecosystems of the small rivers: biodiversity, ekolokgiya, protection. Yaroslavl, 2008. P. 38-53.

S. V. Pushkin. Inventory of coleopterous insects (Coleoptera, Insecta) Ciscaucasia and adjacent territories. Stavropol: – SGU, 2006. – 146 p.

S. V. Pushkin. 2013. List necrophilous beetles of coleoptera (Silphidae, Histeridae, etc. this.) South of Russia. Site ZINE RAHN "Atlas of coleopterous insects" http://www.zin.ru/Animalia/Coleoptera/rus/necrosru.htm

S. V. Pushkin. 2013. Inventory necrophilous and necrobionts beetles of coleoptera (Silphidae, Histeridae and other families) South of Russia. Site ZINE RAHN "Atlas of coleopterous insects" http://www.zin.ru/Animalia/Coleoptera/rus/cadastre.htm

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