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The genus Omphreus in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, with two new subspecies of O.morio (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Omphreini).

Ćurčić S, Sciaky R, Antić D, Vesović N - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Durmitor, northwestern Montenegro) are here described and diagnosed.The male and female genitalia and other taxonomically important characters are illustrated.A key to Omphreus taxa from Montenegro and a key to subspecies of Omphreus (Omphreus) morio Dejean, 1828 are presented.

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Affiliation: Institute of Zoology, University of Belgrade - Faculty of Biology, Studentski Trg 16, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia.

ABSTRACT
Two new ground beetle subspecies, Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandelissp. n. (from Mts. Zelengora and Maglić, eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensisssp. n. (from Mt. Durmitor, northwestern Montenegro) are here described and diagnosed. The male and female genitalia and other taxonomically important characters are illustrated. The new taxa are distinctly different from the nearest relatives and represent both endemics and relicts inhabiting limited high-altitude Dinaric areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. A key to Omphreus taxa from Montenegro and a key to subspecies of Omphreus (Omphreus) morio Dejean, 1828 are presented.

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Some of the type localities of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandeli ssp. n. (1, 2) and Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensis ssp. n. (3). 1 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, southern slope of Mt. Zelengora, Čemerno, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Gacko (photo Franco Sandel) 2 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mt. Maglić, Tjentište, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Foča (photo Franco Sandel) 3 northwestern Montenegro, Mt. Durmitor, Sedlo pass, 2,100–2,200 m a.s.l., near Žabljak.
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Figure 1: Some of the type localities of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandeli ssp. n. (1, 2) and Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensis ssp. n. (3). 1 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, southern slope of Mt. Zelengora, Čemerno, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Gacko (photo Franco Sandel) 2 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mt. Maglić, Tjentište, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Foča (photo Franco Sandel) 3 northwestern Montenegro, Mt. Durmitor, Sedlo pass, 2,100–2,200 m a.s.l., near Žabljak.

Mentions: The diagnosis of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandeli ssp. n. is based on the study of the type series of 12 males and four females collected during 2011 and 2012 on Mt. Zelengora and Mt. Maglić (eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina), while the diagnosis of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensis ssp. n. is based on the study of the type series of three males and two females collected during 2006, 2007 and 2014 on Mt. Durmitor (northwestern Montenegro). All specimens were collected by pitfall trapping on Mt. Zelengora, Mt. Maglić (eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina), and Mt. Durmitor (northwestern Montenegro) (Figures 1–3).


The genus Omphreus in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, with two new subspecies of O.morio (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Omphreini).

Ćurčić S, Sciaky R, Antić D, Vesović N - Zookeys (2015)

Some of the type localities of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandeli ssp. n. (1, 2) and Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensis ssp. n. (3). 1 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, southern slope of Mt. Zelengora, Čemerno, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Gacko (photo Franco Sandel) 2 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mt. Maglić, Tjentište, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Foča (photo Franco Sandel) 3 northwestern Montenegro, Mt. Durmitor, Sedlo pass, 2,100–2,200 m a.s.l., near Žabljak.
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Figure 1: Some of the type localities of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandeli ssp. n. (1, 2) and Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensis ssp. n. (3). 1 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, southern slope of Mt. Zelengora, Čemerno, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Gacko (photo Franco Sandel) 2 eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mt. Maglić, Tjentište, 1,450 m a.s.l., near Foča (photo Franco Sandel) 3 northwestern Montenegro, Mt. Durmitor, Sedlo pass, 2,100–2,200 m a.s.l., near Žabljak.
Mentions: The diagnosis of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandeli ssp. n. is based on the study of the type series of 12 males and four females collected during 2011 and 2012 on Mt. Zelengora and Mt. Maglić (eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina), while the diagnosis of Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensis ssp. n. is based on the study of the type series of three males and two females collected during 2006, 2007 and 2014 on Mt. Durmitor (northwestern Montenegro). All specimens were collected by pitfall trapping on Mt. Zelengora, Mt. Maglić (eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina), and Mt. Durmitor (northwestern Montenegro) (Figures 1–3).

Bottom Line: Durmitor, northwestern Montenegro) are here described and diagnosed.The male and female genitalia and other taxonomically important characters are illustrated.A key to Omphreus taxa from Montenegro and a key to subspecies of Omphreus (Omphreus) morio Dejean, 1828 are presented.

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Affiliation: Institute of Zoology, University of Belgrade - Faculty of Biology, Studentski Trg 16, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia.

ABSTRACT
Two new ground beetle subspecies, Omphreus (Omphreus) moriosandelissp. n. (from Mts. Zelengora and Maglić, eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Omphreus (Omphreus) moriodurmitorensisssp. n. (from Mt. Durmitor, northwestern Montenegro) are here described and diagnosed. The male and female genitalia and other taxonomically important characters are illustrated. The new taxa are distinctly different from the nearest relatives and represent both endemics and relicts inhabiting limited high-altitude Dinaric areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. A key to Omphreus taxa from Montenegro and a key to subspecies of Omphreus (Omphreus) morio Dejean, 1828 are presented.

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