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AuthorJ.R.H. Neervoort van de Poll
TitleOn the Geographical distribution of some little-known African species of Nigidius
JournalNotes from the Leyden Museum
Abstract1. Nigidius amplicollis Qued. (Berl. Ent. Zeitschr. XXVIII (1884) p. 266), first recorded from the Quango (v. Mechow) proves to be a widely distributed species. I have specimens from the Upper Zambesi and from the N’Guru mountains (Zanzibar). 2. Nigidius laevigatus Har. (Mittheil. d. Münch. Ent. Ver. II (1878) p. 100 & Coleopt. Hefte XVI (1879) p. 31) 1), originally described from a specimen captured by Dr. Pogge in the interior of tropical Africa (Lunda-land), then recorded by Quedenfeldt from the Quango, extends its range also towards the East-Coast, my specimen being from Lake Nyassa.
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