Silvia Fabrizi


Silvia Fabrizi


Silvia has been working with Dirk Ahrens (husband and wife) on beetle faunistics and taxonomy for many years. Although her love is doing field work, she recently became the important backbone of Dirk's taxonomic work on Sericini and collaborated in several projects of scarab molecular systematics.


Silvia Fabrizi
Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig
Adenauerallee 160
53113 Bonn

EMAIL: silvia_fabrizi(@)


AHRENS, D., JÄGER, O. and FABRIZI, S. 1999. Ökofaunistische Untersuchungen an der Wasserkäferfauna zweier Waldmoore in der Laußnitzer Heide (Sachsen) (Coleoptera, Hydradephaga, Hydrophiloidea). Veröff. Mus. Westlausitz, Kamenz: 143-158.

AHRENS, D., FABRIZI, S. and PIATTELLA, E. 2000. Analisi ecofaunistiche di una comunità dei Scarabaeoidei coprofagi in un pascolo nei Monti Lepini, Lazio (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea). Boll. Ass. Romana Entomol., Roma LV: 1-10.

AHRENS, D., JÄGER, O. and FABRIZI, S. 2001. Das Typenmaterial der Käfer des Staatlichen Museums für Tierkunde Dresden (Insecta) Coleoptera- Dynastinae und Adoretini (Melolonthidae, Scarabaeoidea). Ent. Abh., Dresden 59 (11): 307-318.

AHRENS, D. and FABRIZI, S. 2008. A taxonomic revision of the Malagasy genus Emphania Erichson, 1847 (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Sericini). Zoosystema 30(4): 917-927.

AHRENS, D. and FABRIZI, S. 2009. New species of Sericini from the Eastern Himalaya and Tibet (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae): 249-284. In: Hartmann, M. and Weipert, M. (Eds.): Biodiversität und Naturausstattung im Himalaya III. Verein der Freunde und Förderer des Naturkundemuseums Erfurt e.V., Erfurt.

AHRENS, D. and FABRIZI, S. 2009. A review on the genus Gynaecoserica Brenske, 1897 (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Sericini). Journal of Natural History 43: 1505–1584.

AHRENS, D. and FABRIZI, S. 2009. A new species of Hyposerica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Sericini) from Mauritius Island. Zootaxa 2208: 65-68.

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