Contribution to the Study of the Cantharoidea (Coleoptera: Drilidae, Lycidae, Lampyridae, Cantharidae) in the Republic of Mordovia (Rus-sia)

Alexander B. Ruchin, Leonid V. Egorov

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The study results of the Cantharoidea fauna (Drilidae, Lycidae, Lampyridae, Cantharidae) in the Republic of Mordovia from 2005 to 2018 are presented. The following thirty-six species have been found in the region: Drilidae – 1 species, Lycidae – 7 species, Lampyridae – 1 species, and Cantharidae – 27 species. For the first time for the Republic of Mordovia Erotides nasutus (Kiesenwetter, 1874), Pyropterus nigroruber (DeGeer, 1774), Cantharis terminata (Faldermann, 1835) and Rhagonycha fugax (Mannerheim, 1843) have been reported. Rhagonycha femoralis (Brulle, 1832) has been excluded from the fauna of Republic of Mordovia. Two species (Cantharis figurata, Cantharis nigra) are known only by literary data. Findings must be confirmed with new material. Lygistopterus sanguineus, Lampyris noctiluca, Cantharis fusca, Cantharis nigricans, Cantharis pellucida, Cantharis rustica, and Rhagonycha fulva are common species.


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