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Nomenclatural and distributional notes regarding some North American spp. of Phyllobaenus (Coleoptera: Cleridae: Hydnocerinae).
By Leavengood Jr., J.M.
Giornale Italiano di Entomologia 13(59): 471-480., 2014
Cite: 1486774
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Leavengood Jr., J.M. 2014. Nomenclatural and distributional notes regarding some North American species of Phyllobaenus (Coleoptera: Cleridae: Hydnocerinae). Giornale Italiano di Entomologia 13(59): 471-480.

Abstract

Hydnocera tibialis Wolcott, 1910 is synonymized under Phyllobaenus caeruleipennis (Wolcott, 1908); Hydnocera commixta Chapin, 1922, Hydnocera mira Wolcott, 1928, as well as Hydnocera humeralis var. cyanea Spinola, 1844, Hydnocera cyanescens LeConte, 1849 and Hydnocera humeralis difficilis LeConte, 1849 are synonymized under Phyllobaenus humeralis (Say, 1823); Hydnocera fuchsi Schaeffer, 1908 and Hydnocera nunnenmacheri Schaeffer, 1908 are synonymized under Phyllobaenus wickhami (Wolcott, 1908); all are new synonyms. Details regarding the type material are reviewed; new country and state distribution records are presented for P. caeruleipennis and P. wickhami; and historical errors in the distribution of P. humeralis are corrected.