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Type of publication: Tezės kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Theses in other peer-reviewed publications (T1e)
Field of Science: Agronomija / Agronomy (A001)
Author(s): Tamutis, Vytautas;Mulerčikas, Povilas
Title: Areviewof the click beetles (coleoptera: elateridae) faunain Lithuania
Is part of: Research and conservation of biological diversity in Baltic region: 5th international conference, Daugavpils, 22-24 April, 2009: book of abstracts. Daugavpils, 2009
Extent: p. 146
Date: 2009
ISBN: 9789984144337
Abstract: The first data about Lithuanian click beetles (elaterids) have been published in the beginning of last century. The first check list have been published in the 1960 by S. Pileckis, there were 45 elaterids species included. The base of this check list was previous published or unpublished data about elaterids fauna from the territory of Lithuania: (Heyden, 1903), (Roubal, 1910), (Ogijewicz, 1939), (G. & E. Mazurowie, 1939), {unpublished data form A. Palionis' cards). More detail data about elaterids fauna we can find in the latest publications-two monographs: "The beetles of Lithuania (Pileckis, 1976)" and ,,Fauna of Lithuania. The beetles. 1. (Pileckis & Monsevicius, 1995)". There were 66 species of elaterids have been mentioned in the latter monograph. At present 69 species of elaterids are already known from Lithuania and 36 are presumptive. By the biogeographical character the fauna of elaterids in Lithuanian consists from 15Holarctic, 40 Palearctic and 14 European species. Most species are associated with forests (33 sp.) as well as meadows (21 sp.). Extremely psamophilous species: Negastrius (3 sp.), Cardiophorus (2 sp.) and Paracardiophorus (1 sp.) prefer sandy dunes, sunshiny and dry forest edges. 9 species are indifferent for habitats and can live in the open as well as partly shaded habitats. The larvae of most species develop in the soil (47 sp.); others are ksilophilicorsaproxilic(22sp.). Only 25 elaterids species are common in Lithuania, others are local and rare. Two species: Stenogostus rufus (DeGeer, 1774) and Anostirus purpureus (Poda, 1761) are included into Lithuanian Red Data book
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Žemės ūkio akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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