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A taxonomic review of the Gyrinidae (Coleoptera) in Korea.

Lee DH, Ahn KJ - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: A taxonomic review of Korean Gyrinidae is presented.Seven species [Dineutusorientalis (Modeer, 1776), Gyrinusgestroi Régimbart, 1883, Gyrinusjaponicus Sharp, 1873, Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908, Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884, OrectochilusRegimbarti Sharp, 1884 and Orectochilusvillosus (Müller, 1776)] in three genera are recognized, one of which (Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884) is reported for the first time in Korea.We also found that Gyrinuscurtus Motschulsky, 1866 previously recorded in Korea was an incorrect identification of Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, Chungnam National University, Daejeon 305-764, Republic of Korea.

ABSTRACT
A taxonomic review of Korean Gyrinidae is presented. Seven species [Dineutusorientalis (Modeer, 1776), Gyrinusgestroi Régimbart, 1883, Gyrinusjaponicus Sharp, 1873, Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908, Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884, OrectochilusRegimbarti Sharp, 1884 and Orectochilusvillosus (Müller, 1776)] in three genera are recognized, one of which (Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884) is reported for the first time in Korea. We also found that Gyrinuscurtus Motschulsky, 1866 previously recorded in Korea was an incorrect identification of Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908. Habitus and SEM photographs, distribution maps, keys, and diagnoses of genera and species are provided.

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Habitus. 1Dineutusorientalis, 9.0 mm 2Gyrinusgestroi, 4.8 mm 3Gyrinusjaponicus, 7.0 mm 4Gyrinuspullatus, 6.0 mm 5Orectochiluspunctipennis, 6.5 mm 6Orectochilusvillosus, 5.7 mm.
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Figure 1: Habitus. 1Dineutusorientalis, 9.0 mm 2Gyrinusgestroi, 4.8 mm 3Gyrinusjaponicus, 7.0 mm 4Gyrinuspullatus, 6.0 mm 5Orectochiluspunctipennis, 6.5 mm 6Orectochilusvillosus, 5.7 mm.

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A taxonomic review of the Gyrinidae (Coleoptera) in Korea.

Lee DH, Ahn KJ - Zookeys (2015)

Habitus. 1Dineutusorientalis, 9.0 mm 2Gyrinusgestroi, 4.8 mm 3Gyrinusjaponicus, 7.0 mm 4Gyrinuspullatus, 6.0 mm 5Orectochiluspunctipennis, 6.5 mm 6Orectochilusvillosus, 5.7 mm.
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Figure 1: Habitus. 1Dineutusorientalis, 9.0 mm 2Gyrinusgestroi, 4.8 mm 3Gyrinusjaponicus, 7.0 mm 4Gyrinuspullatus, 6.0 mm 5Orectochiluspunctipennis, 6.5 mm 6Orectochilusvillosus, 5.7 mm.
Mentions: Figs 1, 7–14, 41–43, 59

Bottom Line: A taxonomic review of Korean Gyrinidae is presented.Seven species [Dineutusorientalis (Modeer, 1776), Gyrinusgestroi Régimbart, 1883, Gyrinusjaponicus Sharp, 1873, Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908, Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884, OrectochilusRegimbarti Sharp, 1884 and Orectochilusvillosus (Müller, 1776)] in three genera are recognized, one of which (Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884) is reported for the first time in Korea.We also found that Gyrinuscurtus Motschulsky, 1866 previously recorded in Korea was an incorrect identification of Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biology, Chungnam National University, Daejeon 305-764, Republic of Korea.

ABSTRACT
A taxonomic review of Korean Gyrinidae is presented. Seven species [Dineutusorientalis (Modeer, 1776), Gyrinusgestroi Régimbart, 1883, Gyrinusjaponicus Sharp, 1873, Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908, Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884, OrectochilusRegimbarti Sharp, 1884 and Orectochilusvillosus (Müller, 1776)] in three genera are recognized, one of which (Orectochiluspunctipennis Sharp, 1884) is reported for the first time in Korea. We also found that Gyrinuscurtus Motschulsky, 1866 previously recorded in Korea was an incorrect identification of Gyrinuspullatus Zaitzev, 1908. Habitus and SEM photographs, distribution maps, keys, and diagnoses of genera and species are provided.

No MeSH data available.


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