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Revision of the genus Mulsantina Weise (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).
By Chapin, J.B.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 78(3): 348-368., 1985
Cite: 1031726
Chapin, J.B. 1985. Revision of the genus Mulsantina Weise (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 78(3): 348-368.

ABSTRACT:
Nine species in the genus Mulsantina Weise are recognized including two new species: one from Mexico (mexicana sp. nov.) and one from Guatemala and Mexico (curva sp. nov.).
Harmonia quinquelineata Mulsant and Coccinella albopicta Gorham are transferred to Mulsantina, and the latter and Cleis concolor Crotch are placed as synonyms of M. lynx (Mulsant).
Mulsantina cyathigera (Gorham) and M. quinquelineata (Mulsant) are reported in the United States for the first time.
The species are described and illustrated, and their distributions and plant and host associations are given.

Does anyone have this publication?
I once had access, but the site has since removed it, so I'm stuck a third of the way through a research project without it.

 
ESA pubs generally not freely available on the net...
best to try your nearest university library for a copy...

 
Thanks Mike
I'll look around.

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