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Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography

Ingo Lehmann

Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography

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Published by The author in Hamburg .
Written in English


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StatementIngo Lehmann
ContributionsUniversität Bonn
The Physical Object
Pagination82 p. :
Number of Pages82
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Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography by Ingo Lehmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography.

Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography. Lehmann, Ingo Universität Bonn Type. Book Material.

Published material. Publication info. Hamburg:The author, The latter new species and genus represents one of the most northern distribution limits of the Metarbelidae in a worldwide context as well as the first description of a species of Metarbelidae.

1. Zootaxa. Dec 17;(4) doi: /zootaxa Description of two new genera and two new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera, Cossoidea) from the Northeastern Congolian Lowland Forests Ecoregion (Central Africa). Lehmann I(1).Cited by: 1.

Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography.

Published by the author, Hamburg. Description of two new genera and ten new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera:Cossoidea) from western, north-central and eastern Africa with notes on habitats and biogeography. Published by the author. Hamburg, 82 pages, 10 b/w plates, 5 colour plates, 2 coloured maps.

Reference page. Lehmann, I. & Rajaei Sh., H. Description of a new. The description of a new genus and twenty-three new species of Metarbelidae (Lepidoptera: Cossoidea) from the lowland tropical rain forests of the Guineo-Congolian Region with notes on habitats and biogeography / Ingo Lehmannn.

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The new genus Kralia gen. nov. and two new species Kralia minshanica sp. nov. from China (Gansu) as type species and Kralia phoupaneica sp. nov. from Laos distinctly belong to the subtribe Gonoderina Seidlitz, We know 9 genera of this subtribe in the Palaeartic.

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