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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: SYSTEMATICS OF BEETLES IMPORTANT TO AGRICULTURE, LANDSCAPE PLANTS, AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROL

Location: Systematic Entomology

Title: In memory of I. K. Lopatin

Authors
item Konstantinov, Alexander
item Tishechkin, A. -
item Moseyko, A. -
item Volkovitsh, M. -
item Korotyaev, B. -

Submitted to: Entomological News
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: April 28, 2013
Publication Date: July 15, 2013
Citation: Konstantinov, A.S., Tishechkin, A.K., Moseyko, A.G., Volkovitsh, M.G., Korotyaev, B.A. 2013. In memory of I. K. Lopatin. Entomological News. 92(1):180-218.

Interpretive Summary: Leaf beetles are among the most important insects affecting U.S. agriculture. Many are serious pests and feed on crops destroying valuable plants costing millions of dollars annually. Others are important biological control agents that can be used to destroy unwanted and invasive weeds. This publication describes life and works of one of the most prominent leaf beetle systematist, I. K. Lopatin, who died on June 15 2012. Complete list of his publications is provided along with list of taxa that he described and taxa that were named after him.

Technical Abstract: Life and works of one of the most prominent leaf beetle systematist, I. K. Lopatin, is described. Complete list of his publications is provided along with list of taxa that he described and taxa that were named after him.

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