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Two new species of Agrilus Curtis 1825 from Arizona and Texas, with a new synonymy in Agrilus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae).
By Barr, W.F.
Zootaxa 1681: 31-36., 2008
Cite: 1657374 with citation markup [cite:1657374]
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Barr, W.F. 2008. Two new species of Agrilus Curtis 1825 from Arizona and Texas, with a new synonymy in Agrilus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Zootaxa 1681: 31-36.

Abstract

Two new species of the genus Agrilus Curtis, are described:
A. montosae n. sp. from Arizona and
A. bespencus n. sp. from Texas.
A new synonymy is proposed: A. pubescens Fisher 1928 (= A. parapubescens Knull 1934), syn. nov.
Also, joint ecological and distributional associations are presented for A. montosae, through the co-presence of A. pectoralis Waterhouse, A. near impexus Horn, A. pubescens Fisher and another buprestid, Chrysobothris lateralis Waterhouse.

Keywords

Coleoptera, Buprestidae, Agrilus, new species, new synonymy, Chrysobothris, Arizona, Texas