Teretriini, Bickhardt, 1914

Penati, Fabio & Vienna, Pierpaolo, 2006, An updated catalogue of the Histeridae (Insecta: Coleoptera) of the Arabian Peninsula, with biogeographical remarks, Zootaxa 1157 (1), pp. 1-74: 33

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.1157.1.1

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scientific name

Teretriini
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Tribe Teretriini  

25. Teretrius (Neotepetrius) parasita Marseul   ( Fig. 11 View FIGURE 11 )

Distribution: (terra typica not stated!) Western Mediterranean Subregion, Senegal, Sudan, Ethiopia, Yemen.

Chorology: undefined.

Material. Yemen: Al Kawd [13°05’19”N 45°21’53”E], IX.2003, light trap, 2 ex. ( CHPK) GoogleMaps   .

Notes. New to Arabian Peninsula.

26. Teretrius (Teretrius) insinuans Marseul   ( Fig. 11 View FIGURE 11 )

Distribution: South Africa: Caffraria, Aden ( Mazur 1997), Ethiopia (Borana: Müller 1939), Yemen ( Müller 1954).

Chorology: Afrotropical (spread in E and S Africa).

Literature. Yemen: Jebel Jihaf [= Jabal Jihaf, 13°45’04”N 44°40’53”E], ca. 2100 m, X.1937, from dead branches of thorny Acacia   , 2 ex. ( Müller 1954) GoogleMaps   .

Material. Yemen: Al Kawd [13°05’19”N 45°21’53”E], IX.2003, light trap, 1 ex. ( CHPK) GoogleMaps   .

27. Teretrius (Teretrius) pulex Fairmaire   ( Fig. 11 View FIGURE 11 )

Distribution: Algeria, North Africa, Syria, Mauritania, Senegal, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Oman.

Chorology: Saharo­Sahelo­Arabian.

Literature. Saudi Arabia: Qatif [26°31’12”N 50°01’29”E], 14–15.IV.1983, 2 ex. ( Mazur 1994) GoogleMaps   . Oman: 20 km N of Miskin [= Maskin, 23°29’46”N 56°49’50”E], 300– 500 m, 4.IV.1985, 1 ex. ( Mazur 1994) GoogleMaps   .