revision of the genus Hyphydrus Illiger (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae)

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Hyphydrus -- Classification., Insects -- Classifica
StatementOlof Biström.
SeriesContribution to the study of Dytiscidae ;, 5, Acta zoologica Fennica,, no. 165, Acta zoologica Fennica ;, no. 165.
LC ClassificationsQH7 .S78 no. 165, QL596.D9 .S78 no. 165
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Open LibraryOL3197714M
ISBN 109519481109
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Get this from a library. A revision of the genus Hyphydrus Illiger (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae). [Olof Biström]. There are around diving beetle species in Finland. Some are tiny, and some are huge. Among the species less than 1 cm long, Hyphydrus ovatus perhaps is the easiest one to be recognized, as it is the roundest species in Finland.

You may see in scientific sources about this genus with a term, "Hyphydrus Illiger ()". It describes the. Biström, O. A revision of the genus Hyphydrus Illiger (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae).

Contribution to the study of Dytiscidae. Contribution to the study of Dytiscidae. You may see in scientific sources about this genus with a term, “Hyphydrus Illiger ()”. It describes the genus Hyphydrus was introduced in by Johann K. Illiger, a German entomologist.

This is a scientific way to present a classification. With this description, you can easily trace who introduced a term in which year.

The genus. Author(s): Biström,Olof; Suomen eläintieteen julkaisutoimikunta. Title(s): A revision of the genus Hyphydrus Illiger (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae)/ Olof Biström. Country of Publication: Finland Publisher: Helsinki: Finnish Zoological Publishing Board, A Revision of the Genus Haemanthus L.

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Description. Hyphydrus ovatus can reach a length of –5 millimetres (– in). The body is rust-red, sometimes with indistinct spots. Males have brilliant colors, and the female matt.

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