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Spilopyrinae Chapuis: a new subfamily in the Chrysomelidae and its systematic placement (Coleoptera).
The phylogeny of the Chrysomeloidea is re-assessed, with data from recently described larvae of three chrysomeloid taxa, indicating an origin before the late Cretaceous break-up of Gondwana.
The morphology and biology of Pterodunga mirabile Daccordi, an unusual subsocial Chrysomeline (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
The first record of maternal care in Chrysomelinae, for Labidomera suturella Guérin‐Méneville, is shown to be a misidentification of Platyphora selvae Daccordi.
A new species of 'Calomela' Hope (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) from New South Wales, with habitat and distribution notes on other species in the genus
'Cahmela relicta' sp. n. is described from two localities in New South Wales. New distribution and host plant records are given for ten other species of the genus.
The ratio of exotic‐to‐native dung beetles can indicate habitat quality in riparian restoration
1. Replanting natives on cleared riparian land is a common form of restoration. While most assessments of success are focussed on flora, the impact on fauna is often unknown.
The leaf‐beetle genus Microdonacia Blackburn (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae): revision and systematic placement
Abstract. The genus Microdonacia Blackburn is revised and its systematic position considered. Ten species are treated, seven of which are new (bidentata, eucryphiae, grevitteae, incurva, octodentata,
Revision of the Australo-Papuan genus Macrolema Baly (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Spilopyrinae), with description of a new genus
The chrysomelid genus Macrolema Baly 1861 is revised, with 13 species described including five new and a first-instar larva is tentatively ascribed to MacRolema.
Generic Review of New Zealand Chrysomelinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae).
The leaf beetle subfamily Chrysomelinae is reviewed for New Zealand and type material of the New Zealand species of Aphilon, Caccomolpus and Chalcolampra is reviewed and lectotypes designated for 16 species, as well as M. cinctiger.