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Epuraea imperialis (Reitter, 1877). New invasive species of Nitidulidae (Coleoptera) in Europe, with a checklist of sap beetles introduced to Europe and Mediterranean areas

Abstract : Australian species Epuraea imperialis (Reitter, 1877), previously introduced to New Zealand, is recorded as a new invasive species from the Canary Islands, Continental Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, and Italy. It is redescribed and figured, and its taxonomic position in the genus Epuraea Erichson, 1843 is discussed. A tentative checklist of sap beetles introduced to Europe and the Mediterranean areas is finally included.
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Josef Jelinek, Paolo Audisio, Jiri Hajek, Cosimo Baviera, Bernard Moncourtier, et al.. Epuraea imperialis (Reitter, 1877). New invasive species of Nitidulidae (Coleoptera) in Europe, with a checklist of sap beetles introduced to Europe and Mediterranean areas. AAPP | Physical, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences, Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti, 2016, 94 (2), pp.1-24. ⟨10.1478/AAPP.942A4⟩. ⟨hal-01556748⟩

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