First records of invasive species Carabus cumanus Fischer von Waldheim, 1823 (Cleptera, Carabidae) in Kyzylorda oblast (South Kazakhstan)
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Keywords

Carabus cumanus Fischer von Waldheim, 1823
Coleptera
Carabidae
spreading of areal
invasive species
Kyzylorda oblast
South Kazakhstan

How to Cite

Temreshev, I. (2019). First records of invasive species Carabus cumanus Fischer von Waldheim, 1823 (Cleptera, Carabidae) in Kyzylorda oblast (South Kazakhstan). Acta Biologica Sibirica, 5(3), 46-48. https://doi.org/10.14258/abs.v5.i3.6355

Abstract

Invasive species of the ground beetle Carabus cumanus Fischer von Waldheim, 1823 was found in the city of Kyzylorda in southern Kazakhstan. For the Kyzylorda oblast of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the south of the country as a whole, C. cumanus is indicated for the first time. The species invasion originated from the city of Almaty (south-eastern Kazakhstan), from where it has been known since 1998.

https://doi.org/10.14258/abs.v5.i3.6355
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