Trechini, Bonelli, 1810

Baehr, Martin & Reid, Chris A. M., 2017, On a Collection of Carabidae from Timor Leste, with Descriptions of Nine New Species (Insecta: Coleoptera, Carabidae), Records of the Australian Museum 69 (6), pp. 421-450: 423

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Tribe Trechini   , subtribe Perileptina  

The trechine subtribe Perileptina   is distributed in the Palearctic, Afrotropical, Oriental, and Australian regions, with a few species in the Antilles, and Perileptus Schaum, 1860   is the most widespread genus. These are tiny, more or less depressed, pilose species which mainly occur in sand and gravel of river banks and shores of lakes and lagoons. In contrast to the Perileptus   of Australia, the Perileptus   fauna of the southern Oriental Region is not well documented, though presentlY is being worked bY the first author (MB).

Perileptus sp.   1 “Kablaki Hotel, Same, 8°59'60"S 125°28'53"E, at mv light opposite field, field 490m 25.v.2012 C.Reid TL2012/082/540” K402694 ( AMS). This beetle resembles an undescribed species from Sulawesi GoogleMaps   .