Volume XXIX 2008 – The Mediterranean-southern African disjunct distribution pattern (Roma, 21 settembre 2007)

  • Frontespizio. pdf.pdf66.51 KB

  • Indice. pdf.pdf64.5 KB

  • BOLOGNA M. A., AUDISIO P. A., BIONDI M., CASALE A. – The biogeographical patterns of disjunt distribution with special emphasis on the Mediterranean and southern African model. pdf.pdf788.22 KB

  • MANCONI R.- The genus Ephydatia (Spongillina: Spongillidae) in Africa: a case of Mediterranean vs. southern Africa disjunct distribution. pdf.pdf737.52 KB

  • CASSOLA F. – Studies of tiger beetles. CLXVIII. Two interesting examples of Mediterranean-southern African disjunct geographical distributions: the Cicindela of the subgenus Austrocicindela and the genus Platydela (Coleoptera, Cicindelidae). pdf.pdf203.32 KB

  • CASALE A., RIBERA I. – Are Molopina of the Euro-Mediterranean region related to the Madagascan, South African and Australian Pterostichini? (Coleoptera, Carabidae). pdf.pdf888.92 KB

  • AUDISIO P., DE BIASE A., KIRK-SPRIGGS A. H., CLINE A. R., TRIZZINO M., ANTONINI G., MANCINI E. – Molecular biogeography of Mediterranean and southern African disjunctions as exemplified by pollen beetles of the Meligethes planiusculus species-group and related taxa (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae; Meligethinae). pdf.pdf1.43 MB

  • CARPANETO G. M. – The Mediterranean-southern African disjunct distribution pattern in the scarab beetles: a review (Coleoptera Scarabaeoidea). pdf.pdf779.62 KB

  • BOLOGNA M. A., DI GULIO A., PITZALIS M. – Examples of disjunct distributions between Mediterranean and southern or eastern Africa in Meloidae (Coleoptera, Tenebrionoidea). pdf.pdf1.44 MB

  • BIONDI M., D’ALESSANDRO P. – Mediterranean-southern African disjunct and flea beetles: the example of the “black species” of Longitarsus associated with Boraginaceae (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, Alticinae). pdf.pdf1.58 MB

  • MEREGALLI M., SILVESTRO D. – Assessing relationships between Mediterranean and Afrotropical taxa of Cleonini (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Lixinae): a survey based on Bayesian analysis and lineage geohistory reconstruction. pdf.pdf1.79 MB

  • CALDARA R., COLONNELLI E., OSELLA G. – Curculionidae Curculionidae: relationships between Mediterranean and Southern African species (Coleoptera). pdf.pdf7.12 MB

  • MEREGALLI M. – Niche shift: a tool for expanding range? The case of Ocladius (Coleoptera: Curcurlionoidea: Brachyceridae). pdf.pdf897.52 KB

  • SCALICI M., PANCHETTI F., CARPANETO G. M., GIBERTINI G. – A contribution to the phylogeny of the elephant shrews (Mammalia, Macroscelidea). pdf.pdf1.51 MB

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