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Description of Dirrhagofarsus ernae n. sp. with a key to the known Dirrhagofarsus species (Coleoptera: Eucnemidae).
The adult and the larva of Dirrhagofarsus ernae n. sp. are described from the Eastern United States. The genus Dirrhagofarsus is diagnosed and a key to all known species of the genus is provided.
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A new species of Malthonea Thomson, 1864 (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae) from Ecuador
Malthonea keili, a new species from Ecuador, is described and illustrated. A key to species of Malthonea is provided. Photographs of the types of Malthonea minima, Prymnopteryx glaucina, MalthoneaExpand
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Description of the late- or last-instar larva of Ischyomius Chevrolat, with comments on the family placement of the genus (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea: Pythidae)
Study of recently collected larvae of two species of Ischyomius Chevrolat, 1871 from Napo and Pichincha, Ecuador, tentatively identified as I. denticollis Champion, 1916 and I. singularis Chevrolat,Expand
New species of Acanthocinini Blanchard, 1845 (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae) from Ecuador and notes on Parabaryssinus lineaticollis (Gounelle, 1910).
Three new species of Cerambycidae from Ecuador are described and illustrated: Nealcidion napoensis sp. nov, Pseudosparna triangulata sp. nov and Leptocometes longilineatus sp. nov. Notes onExpand
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Division of the genera Sparna Thomson, 1864 and Carterica Pascoe, 1858 (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Colobotheini) with description of six new genera and eight new species.
Sparna Thomson, 1864 and Carterica Pascoe, 1858 are divided into seven genera: Sparna, Carterica, Francisparna gen. nov., Batesparna gen. nov., Allocarterica gen. nov., Piriana gen. nov., MiguellusExpand
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The genus Tyrinthia Bates, 1866 in Ecuador (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Hemilophini).
Tyrinthia frontalis (Guérin-Méneville, 1855) is redescribed, formally recorded from Ecuador, and its type locality is questioned. Tyrinthia napoensis sp. nov. is described from Ecuador. TyrinthiaExpand
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