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Catalogue of the Palaearctic Coleoptera

Vol. 7: Curculionoidea I

Pris: 1067
Frakt på varen: 59,-
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Tilgjengelighet: 2-8 ukers leveringstid
Sammenfattende systematisk oversikt over alle de ca 100 000 billearter i den Palearktiske region. Til sammen 8 bind er planlagt. Bøkene lister artene, og er ikke egnet for identifikasjon.
Varenummer850443
Forlag/produsentApollo
ForfatterLöbl & Smetana
Utgivelsesår2011
Antall sider373s
Fotos - illustrasjonerTabeller
InnbindingHardperm
ISBN9788788757934
SpråkEngels og Dansk

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Forlagets egne opplysninger

A comprehensive work covering the about 100,000 species of Coleoptera known to occur in the Palaearctic Region. The complete work is planned for 8 volumes that will be published with intervals of about 18 months. The information provided for each species will be the following: Primary taxonomic information of all available names in the genus and species levels published by the end of 1999. The taxonomic information below subfamily will be organized alphabetically. The type species of genera and subgenera, incl. synonyms, are given. The area covered includes also the Arabian Peninsula, Himalayas and China. The distributional data of species and subspecies is given per country. Detailed distributional information for strict endemics is given. Introduced species are indicated.

The catalogue is a collective work of about one hundred coleopterists from Europe, Japan, America and Australia.

Structured knowledge of life, as it evolved and is present on our planet, requires information on past taxonomic acts. They are also essential in achieving a universal language in taxonomy that assures unambiguous transfer of biological information. Erroneous information due to incorrect use of taxonomic names has an impact in many fields, including genetics, physiology, ecology, plant protection, nature conservation, and legislation. 

Over the years, the Palaearctic Coleoptera have undoubtedly been studied by more students that those of other parts of the world, and more than representatives of most other orders of insects. It is therefore remarkable that an overview of the present knowledge of the about 100,000 species of the Palaearctic Coleoptera is badly lagging that of, e.g., the Nearctic Coleoptera, or Palaearctic Diptera.

The aim of Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera is to provide a tool that addresses the most urgent needs: 1) a list of available names, both valid and invalid, of taxa occurring in the Palaearctic Region, in their verified original orthography and with the correct publication dates, 2) a complete list of verified references to primary descriptions, and 3) informative distributions of the species and subspecies. Thus, the catalogue is expected to respond to questions related to biodiversity, and to increase the badly needed nomenclatorial stability.

Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera is a collective work involving many authors and will be published in eight volumes. Each volume will group taxa with respect to the adopted classification, and will be "independent", having its own reference section and Index.



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