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By O.L. Kryzhanovskii, etc.

This reassessment of the Carabidae after Jacobson's (1905-1916) paintings lists over 3000 said species and two hundred genera of this huge beetle kinfolk populating the previous USSR. Distibutional facts between 26 fundamental physiographic areas and a a number of of subregions can be given.

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Non CURTIS 1822] = stipraisi (Notiophilus) BARSEVSKIS 1993 Syn. nov. sublaevis (Notiophilus) SOLSKY 1873 stackelbergi (Notiophilus) KRYZHANOVSKIJ 1995 ghilarovi (Notiophilus) KRYZHANOVSKIJ 1995 tschitscherini (Notiophilus) ZAITZEV 1915 hyperboreus (Notiophilus) KRYZHANOVSKIJ 1995 --------------------UV--YZ ---D----------------------------------------T----------------------R----------DEFG------------------ABCD-FGH--KLMNO----TUV----BCD--GH--KLMNOP---T------ Da Rd: Susamyr, Ketmen-Tjube Va PaTg ---------------P-RS-----------------------R-------- Rd: Susamyr: Kumbel Pass, Kobuksu Riv.

M. V. G. Shilenkov = 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 153 Basilicarabus LAPOUGE 1930 Type species: Carabus regalis FABRICIUS 1822 gebleri (Carabus) FISCHER von WALDHEIM 1817 -------------------T-----tarbagataicus (Carabus) KRAATZ 1878 -------------------T-----ssp. ) KRAATZ 1878 -------------------T-----ssp. ) LAPOUGE 1909 ssp. ) DEUVE 1994 Syn. 153 Tb Ta Ta Ta aeruginosus (Carabus) FISCHER von WALDHEIM 1822 -BC-------KLMN-----TUV---- BeCcUbcVa ssp. ) DEJEAN 1826 = incertus (Carabus) MOTSCHULSKY 1844 = capucinus (Carabus) GÉHIN 1885 = cereus (Carabus) LAPOUGE 1912 = subcostatus (Carabus) MOTSCHULSKY 1850 = gmelini (Carabus) FISCHER von WALDHEIM 1827 ssp.

MOTSCHULSKY 1844 ---------------------V---- Va ssp. ) MOTSCHULSKY 1845 [nom. ] ssp. ) GÉHIN 1885 [nom. ] ssp. ) CSIKI 1927 [nom. ) LAPOUGE 1915 ssp. ) BREUNING 1927 -----------------------X-- Xd ssp. ) BREUNING 1932 -B--------KL-------------- BfKa ssp. ) POPPIUS 1910 ssp. ) LESNE 1897 ----------------------W--- Wb ssp. ) MOTSCHULSKY 1859 ---------------------V---- C. dzhungaricus pietroratti Deuve, 1991 has been described from the Tarbagatai Mt. Range N of Urdzhar, whereas C. tarbagataicus pseudogebleri Deuve, 1994 derives from the environs of Alekseevka, both loci typici thus coinciding.

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