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      First records of the Dendroxena quadrimaculata (Scopoli, 1771) (Coleoptera, Silphidae) in Tyumen region and possible reasons for its range expansion in Western Siberia

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      Acta Biologica Sibirica

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          The paper presents data on the first records of Dendroxena quadrimaculata (Scopoli, 1771) in the Tyumen region. D. quadrimaculata is distributed in the European part of Russia, Caucasus and south of Siberia. This species was not previously recorded in the Tyumen region, but within two years (2018–2019), it spread throughout the region. We considered the possible reasons for its range expansion in Western Siberia.

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                Acta Biologica Sibirica
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                Pensoft Publishers
                2412-1908
                October 06 2020
                October 06 2020
                : 6
                : 369-374
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                10.3897/abs.6.e53528
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