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Valentin Szenasi

Valentin Szenasi
DINPIg · Hungary

Bachelor of Engineering

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The new species Curculio gyongyiae sp. nov. from Hungary, Croatia and Greece is described and illustrated. A key for identifying the Hungarian Curculio and a map of distribution of the new species in Hungary are also given.
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A tanulmány a Naszályon 2010 óta talált új bogárfajokat tartalmazza. A 11 év alatt 123 faj került elő (köztük nyolc védett), így az ismert fajok száma 1408-ra emelkedett. Az újonnan találtak között számos bogárfaj országos szinten is faunisztikai ritkaság. A recés álcsuklyásszú (Endecatomus reticulatus) Európa-szerte igen ritka, naszályi adata az ö...
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Faunistic records for 110 species of Curculionoidea from the Balkan Peninsula are given. The following numbers of species turned out to be first records for the following countries: Greece-1 species, Montenegro-89 species and North Macedonia-30 species.
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The last checklist of the superfamily Curculionoidea of Hungary was published in 1996. Between 1996 and 2019, 68 species were added to the Hungarian fauna. This paper lists 1224 species belonging to 329 genera of 5 families from present-day Hungary. Taxonomical changes and erroneous country records in the literature are corrected. With 9 figures.
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First records of 93 species of fungus weevils (Anthribidae), leaf rolling weevils (Attelabidae), seed weevils (Brentidae: Apioninae) and true weevils (Curculionidae) to the fauna of Lebanon are reported with the list of the 145 species of Curculionoidea collected by the Hungarian Natural History Museum and cooperating partners in Lebanon between 20...
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Faunistic records for one-hundred and eleven species of Curculionoidea are given. The following numbers of species turned out to be first record, or new data for the following countries: Albania-86 species, Croatia-22 species, and Greece-3 species. The author continues his publication (SZÉNÁSI 2017). New faunistic data on below mentioned one-hundre...
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The last checklist of the superfamily Curculionoidea of Hungary was published in 1996. Between 1996 and 2019, 68 species were added to the Hungarian fauna. This paper lists 1224 species belonging to 329 genera of 5 families from present-day Hungary. Taxonomical changes and erroneous country records in the literature are corrected. With 9 figures.
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Argoptochus (Argoptochus) quadrisignatus (Bach, 1856), Otiorhynchus (Duphanastus) apfelbecki Stierlin, 1887, Otiorhynchus (Otiorhynchus) pseudonothus Apfelbeck, 1893 and Prisistus kuntzei (Smreczyński, 1957) are first recorded from Hungary. Recent, still unpublished Hungarian records of Acalles papei A. et F. Solari, 1905, Bagoopsis globicollis (Fa...
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Reliable data of Aulacobaris janthina (Boheman, 1836) and Stuebenius fr ivaldszkyi (Kuthy, 1887) are reported for the fi rst time from Hungary and Slovakia, respectively. Polydrusus gracilicornis (Kiesenwetter, 1864), previously recorded as new to Hungary, proved to be misidenti-fi ed, and is deleted from the Hungarian fauna; its voucher specimens...
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Distribution of Herpes porcellus (Lacordaire, 1863) in Hungary is outlined based on the low numbers of old collection data and results of aimed research aft er 2010. Observations on the lifestyle of the species, which is rare throughout Europe, are presented. With 8 fi gures.
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A Duna-Tisza közén, Pest megyében fekvő Turjánvidék Natura 2000 terület déli részén, vagyis a Táborfalvai Lő-és Gyakorlótéren és a Dabasi Turjános Természetvédelmi Területen az 1990-es évek eleje óta gyűjtött bogáranyagból 1085 fajt határoztunk meg. A bogárfauna természetvédelmi és faunisztikai szempontból legértékesebb tagjai a nyílt és zárt homok...
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Data to the weevils-fauna of the Körös-Maros region (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea): A total of 711 records of 239 species of weevils are presented from Körös-Maros köze, and Berettyó-Körösvidék (Southeastern Hungary) where faunistic exploration is carried out since 2013. The species assemblage consist of mainly common and widely distributed species,...
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Otiorhynchus (Otiorhynchus) meridionalis Gyllenhal, 1834 and Polydrusus (Conocetus) gracilicornis Kiesenwetter, 1864 are recorded from Hungary for the fi rst time. With 2 fi gures.
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Az inváziós növényfajok világszerte egyre jelentősebb erdő-, illetve mezőgazdasági, humán-egészségügyi és ökonómiai problémákat okoznak, természetvédelmi szempontból pedig az egyik legjelentősebb veszé-lyeztető tényezővé váltak. A hazai természeti területeket elözönlő fajokat – elsősorban azok morfológiai és biológiai tulajdonságait – az utóbbi éve...
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ROSALIA Handbooks Invasive plant species pose major agricultural, silvicultural, human health and ecological problems worldwide, and are considered the most signifi cant threat for nature conservation. Species invading natural areas in Hungary have been described by a number of books published in the last few years. A great amount of experience has...
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Collecting data, mostly newer than the year 2000, of weevil species considered to be rare in Hungary are given. Th ree species are new to the fauna of Hungary: Rhynchites slovenicus (Purkyně, 1954), Hypurus bertrandi (Perris, 1852) and Stenoscelis submuricata (Schönherr, 1832). Observations on host plants or information about distribution of specie...

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