Aegialia

New and little known species of the subgenus Aegialia (Silluvia)

Frolov, A.V. 2008. New and little known species of the subgenus Aegialia (Silluvia) (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae) from the Sino-Tibetan mountains. Zootaxa, 1712: 42–48.

Three new species of the subgenus Aegialia (Silluvia) Landin1949, are described from China: A. (S.) gansuensissp. n.A. (S.) igorisp. n., and A. (S.) yunnanicasp. n. Notes on the distribution and variability of A. (S.) kabaki Frolov, 2002, are given.

A new species of Aegialia from China

Frolov, A.V. 2002. A new species of Aegialia from China (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Coleopterists Bulletin, 56(2): 308-309.

Abstract—Aegialia (Silluviakabaki Frolov, new species, from China (Sichuan Province) is described. It can be separated from other described species of the subgenus Silluvia by the serrate margins of the pronotum and the presence of the long setae on the margins and apices of the elytra.