Aslan, I. & Warchalowski, A. 2005: Longitarsus ozbeki sp. n., a new species from Asia Minor (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Alticinae). - Entomol. Fennica 16: 221-224.
A series of ca. 50 specimens of a small Longitarsus Latr. in the undescribed species were collected from the North-East of Asia Minor in the field research during the 21.VIII.-1.IX.2003. Longitarsus ozbeki sp. n. is described and illustrated from north west of Turkey. This species is phenotypically similar to Longitarsus albineus (Foudras) and Longitarsus artvinus Gruev & Aslan. L. ozbeki sp. n. differs from the other two species by the outline of pronotum, coloration of body, punctuation of elytra, coloration of claws, tarsomeres, and metanotum, central lobe of anal sternite in male, aedeagus and spermathecae. Length of body is 1-9-2.2 mm (mean 2.13 mm) and 2.4-2.6 mm (mean 2.46 mm) in male and female, respectively.