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BUKEJS, A. -- BEZDĚK, J. -- ALEKSEEV, V I. -- KAIRIŠS, K. -- MCKELLAR, R C. Description of the male of fossil Calomicrus eocenicus Bukejs et Bezděk (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae) from Eocene Baltic amber using X-ray microtomography. Fossil Record. 2020. v. 23, no. 1, p. 105--115. ISSN 2193-0066. URL: https://fr.copernicus.org/articles/23/105/2020/fr-23-105-2020.html

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Description of the male of fossil Calomicrus eocenicus Bukejs et Bezděk (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae) from Eocene Baltic amber using X-ray microtomography
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Written by (author):
Andris Bukejs
doc. Ing. Jan Bezděk, Ph.D.
Vitalii I Alekseev
Kristaps Kairišs
Ryan C McKellar
Department:
Department of Zoology, Fisheries, Hydrobiology and Apiculture
Kind of publication:
article in a professional periodical
Periodical:
Fossil Record
Nature of article:
paper
Volume no. (year): 23
Periodical number within the volume:
1
Year of publication: 2020
Starting page:
105
Up to page:
115
Number of pages:
11
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článek je obsažen v databázi Web of Science
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Form of publication:
printed version
Original language:
English
Description in original language:
A male representative of the extinct species Calomicrus eocenicus Bukejs et Bezděk, 2014 (Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae) is found and described for the first time from Eocene Baltic amber using X-ray microtomography. The aedeagus is well preserved within the body cavity of the specimen, and it is illustrated in detail. This fossil species exhibits distinct sexual dimorphism: the male has a smaller total body size, as well as a copula-adapted modification in abdominal ventrite 5 (apical margin deeply trilobed, with round medial fovea present); meanwhile the female is larger in body size and has a simple abdominal ventrite 5 (without fovea, non-incised and widely rounded apically). Similar sexually dimorphic characters are typical for extant members of the tribe Luperini, and this report is the first time that they are described in an Eocene species. The known sexually dimorphic characters present in Coleoptera within Eocene Baltic amber are briefly discussed.
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2020
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URL:
https://fr.copernicus.org/articles/23/105/2020/fr-23-105-2020.html
 
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Fossil Record. Göttingen: ISSN 2193-0066.

Original name: Fossil Record
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Kind of publication:
magazine
ISSN:
2193-0066
Country of publisher: Federal Republic of Germany
Place of publishing:
Göttingen
Publisher:
Copernicus GmbH on behalf of Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
URL:
https://www.fossil-record.net/imprint.html
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no
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English
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