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Chorological Analysis Of The Long-Horned Beetles (Cerambycidae) Of The Lankaran Natural Area
I.G. Kerimova

Institute of Zoology, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences


A chorological analysis of beetles from the Lenkoran Natural Area showed that the fauna composed of widespread species belonging to the Transpalearctic, European-Siberian, European, Steppe, European-Medi-terranean, Palaeotropic types of region. The European (22%), Eastern Mediterranean (20%) and Trans-Pa-learctic (14%) species were dominants. The smallest was the Paletropic group (2%) which was represented with one species (Hylotrupes bajulus). The fauna of the long-horned beetles of the Lenkoran Natural Area includes 2 endemic species (Purpuricenus talyshensis Reitter, 1891 and Dorcadion (Cribridorcadion) talyschense Ganglbauer, 1884).

Cerambycidae, long-horned beetles,chorological analysis, area