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(searched for: doi:10.15298/invertzool.18.1.05)
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Dmitry Telnov, , Dmitry V. Vasilenko,
Published: 8 November 2021
ZooKeys, Volume 1068, pp 189-201; https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.1068.75391

Abstract:
Glesoconomorphus ekaterinaesp. nov. (Coleoptera, Mycteridae), representing the first ever fossil species of Coleoptera from the Volyn Region of Ukraine and the first mycterid from late Eocene Rovno amber, is described and illustrated. A key to species of the fossil mycterid genus Glesoconomorphus Alekseev, Pollock & Bukejs, 2019 is presented. The systematic position of Glesoconomorphus within Eurypinae J. Thomson, 1860 is briefly discussed. The oldest finding of phoretic Winterschmidtiidae Oudemans, 1923 mites, found on the type specimen of the new beetle species, is reported.
, , Dmitry V. Vasilenko, Evgeny E. Perkovsky
Journal of Paleontology pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.1017/jpa.2021.82

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The beetle Ceutorhynchus is used as a proxy for Eocene core Brassicaceae. The age of Brassicaceae has been strongly debated because their fossil record is scanty. There are four species of Ceutorhynchus inaffectatus species-group known in the Priabonian: Ceutorhynchus zerovae new species in Rovno amber and three in Baltic amber. There are numerous extant members of the group, all of which feed on core Brassicaceae. Together with differentiation of Brassicaceae-feeding Pierinae (Lepidoptera) in the Priabonian, the strong presence of Ceutorhynchus indicates at least an early Priabonian age of core Brassicaceae. The oldest fossil Brassicaceae is not known in the late Eocene of Europe, but was recorded in Montana, dated in some studies as late Oligocene, but recently as Priabonian (34 Ma). Ceutorhynchus zerovae n. sp. is very close to C. electrinus from Baltic amber. UUID: http://zoobank.org/7f10761f-463d-44c5-9eef-bb4697bfb116.
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