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Contribution to the knowledge of the fauna of Kampinos National Park: Melandryidae (Insecta: Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea)

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The paper provides new faunistic data of 17 species of Melandryidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea). Among them 8 species are new for the Kampinos National Park. The occurrence of 8 species previously mentioned in literature was confirmed. Only Anisoxya fuscula, although known from literature, was not confirmed. One species: Phloiotrya subtilis have been recorded from the Mazovian Lowland for the first time. A current knowledge is most probably not exhaustive and further research could enrich the list.
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103-114
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  • Kampinos National Park, 38 Tetmajera Street, 05-080 Izabelin, Poland; University of Ecology and Management in Warsaw, 12 Olszewska Street, 00-792 Warsaw, Poland
  • 77A/43 Jarocka Street, 10-699 Olsztyn, Poland
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  • Mazurski Landscape Park, 66 Krutyń, 11-710 Piecki, Poland
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