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Monograph of the subtribe Elaterina (Insecta: Coleoptera: Elateridae: Elaterinae).
By Schimmel R. and D. Tarnawski.
Genus 21(3): 325–487., 2010
Cite: 700970 with citation markup [cite:700970]
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Schimmel, R. and D. Tarnawski. 2010. Monograph of the subtribe Elaterina (Insecta: Coleoptera: Elateridae: Elaterinae). Genus 21(3): 325–487.

Abstract. The new subtribe Elaterina subtribus novum is phylogenetically justified and systematically established.

The following genera are revised or newly established:

3.3.1. The genus Leptinostethus gen. nov. ............................................................................. 344
3.3.2. The genus Elater Linnaeus, 1758 ................................................................................ 345
3.3.3. The genus Brachyelater gen. nov. ............................................................................... 346
3.3.4. The genus Nipponoelater Kishii, 1985 ........................................................................... 346
3.3.5. The genus Taiwanostethus Kishii, 1994 .......................................................................... 347
3.3.6. The genus Orthostethus Lacordaire, 1857 ........................................................................ 348
3.3.7. The genus Parallelostethus Schwarz, 1906 ....................................................................... 349
3.3.8. The genus Diplostethus Schwarz, 1906 ........................................................................... 349
3.3.9. The genus Pittonotus KiesenwetteR, 1859 ........................................................................ 350
3.3.10. The genus Mulsanteus Gozis, 1875 .............................................................................. 351
3.3.11. The genus Sericus Eschscholtz, 1829 ........................................................................... 351
3.3.12. The genus Pseudagriotes Schwarz, 1896 ......................................................................... 352

Records of known species are given and keys to genera and species are provided.

A lot of errors in this paper...
use it cautiously if you are not familiar with the taxa...

thanks for the correction

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