Sergey
Medvedev


Sergey Ivanovich Medvedev is
the most famous Russian coleopterist of the 20th century who
worked on the family Scarabaeidae. He started his coleopterological
activity as a follower of A.P. SemenovTyanShansky, and he
had a broad interest in entomological subjects. Later in his
career, he concentrated his interests in the systematics of
Scarabaeidae and published 5 volumes in the series "Fauna
of the USSR" and one volume of "Key to Larvae of Scarabaeoidea
of USSR".
S.I. Medvedev is also known as one of greatest artist among
Soviet entomologists, and he illustrated his own publications
as well as many papers and books of his colleagues. His publications
number 235.
Information courtesy of Alexander G. Kirejtshuk and Andrei L.
Lobanov. 
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MONOGRAPHS:
Medvedev, S. I. 1949. Scarabaeidae. Subfam. Rutelinae. Coleoptera,
vol.10(3), 372 pp. (Fauna of USSR, New series, N 36).
Medvedev, S. I. 1951.Scarabaeidae. Subfam. Melolonthinae. Part
1. Coleoptera, vol.10(1), 514 pp. (Fauna of USSR, New series,
N 46).
Medvedev, S. I. 1952. Scarabaeidae. Subfam. Melonthinae. Part
2. Coleoptera, vol. 10(2), 276 pp. (Fauna of USSR, New series,
N 52).
Medvedev, S. I. 1960. Scarabaeidae. Subfam. Euchirinae, Dynastinae,
Glaphyrinae, Trichiinae. Coleoptera, vol. 10(4), 398 pp. (Fauna
of USSR, New series, N 74).
Medvedev, S. I. 1964. Scarabaeidae. Subfam. Cetoniinae, Valginae.
Coleoptera, vol. 10(5), 375 pp. (Fauna of USSR, New series, N
90).
Medvedev, S. I. 1952. Larvae of scarabaeid beetles of the USSR
fauna. 244 pp. 
