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A new Siberian Agabus Leach, with notes on the other species with clubbed male antennae (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae)

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Agabus vereschaginae sp. n. is described and its systematic position discussed in the light of revisional notes on A. serricornis (Paykull), A. clavicornis Sharp and A. antennatus Leech. The synonymy of A. clavicornis and A. verus Brown is confirmed. A British Pleistocene fossil, formerly identified as A. clavicornis, is shown to belong to A. serricornis, but its pronotal sculpture resembles that found in Siberian rather than Scandinavian specimens.

Affiliations: 1: R. B. Angus, Department of Zoology, Royal Holloway College (University of London), "Al- derhurst", Bakeham Lane, Englefield Green, Surrey, TW20 9TY, England


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