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The larval instars of Agabus maderensis Wollaston and A. wollastoni Sharp, with a key to the larvae of Madeiran Agabus Leach (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae)

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The larval instars of Agabus maderensis Wollaston, 1854 and Agcbus wollastom Sharp, 1880-82 are described from specimens from the island Madeira. The descriptions of both endemic species are based on larval specimens taken together with adults. A key to the known Agabus species from Madeira and some notes on the habitats of the species are provided.

Affiliations: 1: J.G.M. Cuppen, Vakgroep Waterzuivering, sektie Hydrobiologie, Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen, De Drcijen 12, 6703 BC Wageningen, the Netherlands; 2: K. Dettner, Technische Hochschute Aachen, Institut für Biologie (Zoologie), Kopernikus- strasse 16, D-5100 Aachen, Bundesrepublik Deutschland


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