The 17 species of Bembidiina (Carabidae: Bembidiini) known to occur in the Amanos Mountains of Turkey, an important biodiversity hotspot, were studied for the first time. These taxa were previously recorded from other parts of Turkey; however, all of them are recorded from the Amanos Mountains for the first time. Notes for each species summarize body length, material examined, published records from Turkey, geographical distribution, and ecological information. An analysis of the species' choro types is discussed.
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Vol. 68 • No. 1