Over 300 new beetle records for New Brunswick, Canada, in a special issue of ZooKeys

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  • March 25, 2016
  • Beetles diversity in New Brunswick, Canada, has elicited the interest of biologists for over a century and continues to do so. In 1991, 1,365 species were known from New Brunswick. That number had increased to 2,703 by 2013, as a result of a series of publications in three previous special ZooKeys issues and other publications. In […]

    Two brand new dung beetle species from montane grazing sites and forests in Mexico

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  • March 16, 2016
  • While carrying out a biodiversity study, a Mexican-Italian research team discovered three new dung beetle species in montane forests disturbed by livestock grazing. Mexico has been a mecca for naturalists, and its dung beetle species are among the best known in the world. This is why the discovery of new species there is noteworthy. The […]