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Palaearctic Acrididae new to the Indian Fauna

AuthorsUvarov, B. P.
Nuevo taxon
New taxon
Issue Date29-Sep-1942
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CSIC - Instituto Español de Entomología
CitationEos : revista española de entomología 18(2-3): 97-103 (1942)
AbstractThe present paper includes notes on several Acrididae of definite Palaearctic affinities not previously reported from India, two of them new to science but belonging to a purely Palaearctic genus. It will be seen that the series comprises not only the Mediterranean faunistic elements (Oedipoda, Calliptamus), and those of the so.uthern Palaearctic steppes (Dociostaurus), but also much more northerly ones such as Chorthip pus and even Gomphocerus sibiricus, which is typical of the northernmost steppes and of the high mountains of Europe.
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