NOTES ON THE TENEBRIONIDAE (COLEOPTERA) FAUNA COLLECTED BY HIBERNATION TRAP-BANDS AND PITFALL TRAPS IN BOZDAĞLAR MOUNTAIN, WESTERN TURKEY


Tezcan S. , Keskin B. , Anlaş S.

Munis Entomology and Zoology, cilt.7, ss.583-591, 2012 (Diğer Kurumların Hakemli Dergileri)

  • Cilt numarası: 7
  • Basım Tarihi: 2012
  • Dergi Adı: Munis Entomology and Zoology
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.583-591

Özet

Tenebrionidae specimens collected by pitfall traps and hibernation trap-bands in Bozdağlar Mountain, western Turkey during the years of 2003-2007 have been evaluated. A total of 14 species belonging to two subfamilies and some ecological considerations on those species were given. The species are (alphabetic order): Blaps jeannei Ferrer & Soldati 1999; Dailognatha quadricollis Brullé 1832; Graecopachys quadricollis (Brullé 1836); Idastrandiella mucoreus (Waltl 1838); Pachyscelis villosa (Drapiez 1820); Pimelia subglobosa polita Soliér 1836; Tentyria rotundata mittrei Soliér 1835; Zophosis punctata Brullé 1832 in the subfamily Pimeliinae; Dendarus messenius Brullé 1832; Euboeus mimonti Boieldieu 1865; Gonocephalum granulatum pusillum (Fabricius 1791); Odocnemis crenatostriatus (Allard 1877); Opatroides punctulatus Brullé 1832; Probaticus tenebricosus (Brullé 1832) in the subfamily Tenebrioninae. Dailognatha quadricollis and Pimelia subglobosa polita were the most abundant species in the study with percentages of 39,7 % and 26,8 %, respectively.