UNA NUOVA SPECIE DI TRIODONTELLA DELLA SARDEGNA OCCIDENTALE (COLEOPTERA, MELOLONTHIDAE)

Abstract

Viene descritta Triodontella mimula n. sp. della Sardegna occidentale (locus typicus.: Oristano, foce fiume Tirso), affine a T. raymondi (Perris, 1869) ma nettamente distinta per la forma dei parameri. Viene definito su base morfologica il gruppo naturale di specie di Triodontella raymondi e si discute l’ecologia e la faunistica di T. mimula n. sp. e T. raymondi, evidenziandone la vicarianza in Sardegna.

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2007-10-31
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Leo, P., & Fancello, L. (2007). UNA NUOVA SPECIE DI TRIODONTELLA DELLA SARDEGNA OCCIDENTALE (COLEOPTERA, MELOLONTHIDAE). Fragmenta Entomologica, 39(2), 265-272. https://doi.org/10.4081/fe.2007.123