Palaearctic region


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Palaearctic region

that part of the Holarctic region comprising the landmass of the Eurasian continent (Europe, northern Africa, and Asia) from its northern border to the Sahara and Himalayas. see BIOGEOGRAPHICAL REGION.
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Within the Palaearctic region, most terrestrial species inhabit excrements of various herbivorous or omnivorous mammals (e.
The Catalogue includes all available names--valid and invalid--of extant beetle taxa described before January 2015 and known to occur in the Palaearctic Region, which is defined here as Europe, Africa north of the Sahara, and Asia except for that part arbitrarily defined as belonging to the Oriental Region.
Catalogue of the Heteroptera of the Palaearctic Region, Volume 2, Cimicomorpha I, The Netherlands Entomological Society, Amsterdam, pp.
Discussion: Loew (1847) described this, the type species of Oligopogon, on material from the Mediterranean island of Rhodes (Greece) located in the Palaearctic Region.
The goal is to include all available names, both valid and invalid, of extant beetle taxa described before 2012 known to occur in the Palaearctic Region.
In the Western Palaearctic region (Europe, Middle East, North Africa), 50 bats species from 2 suborders and 6 families are known to exist, and the existence of more cryptic species is likely (28).
pallipes as two tramp species, inhabiting hothouses in the Palaearctic Region and potentially introduced to New World (as T.
In the Palaearctic Region, of the 589 species of non-marine birds living there during the summer, around 40% winter in more southern bioclimatic zones.
However, other studies considered that southwestern portion of the Arabian Peninsula, including Asir Province of KSA as having a strong Afrotropical influence and may be included in the Afrotropical Region rather than in the Palaearctic Region or the Eremian zone (Sclater, 1858; Wallace, 1876; Holzel, 1998; El-Hawagry et al.
kasparyani Tobias, 1998 from the East Palaearctic region (Russian Far East).