Flavodon cf. flavus Hulcr 7353

 
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2017
2017
The ambrosia fungus Flavodon ambrosius is the primary nutritional mutualist of ambrosia beetles Ambrosiodmus and Ambrosiophilus… (More)
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2010
2010
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 2 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Methods ............................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Results ................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 Taxonomic treatment......................................................................................................................................................... 12 Genus Cyclorhipidion Hagedorn ....................................................................................................................................... 12 Cyclorhipidion perlaetum (Schedl) new status, resurrected replacement name ....................................................... 12 Cyclorhipidion pelliculosum (Eichhoff), comb. n. .................................................................................................... 12 Cyclorhipidion sus (Schedl), comb. n. ...................................................................................................................... 12 Genus Debus Hulcr and Cognato, gen. n. ......................................................................................................................... 13 Debus adusticollis (Motschulsky) comb. n. .............................................................................................................. 14 Debus emarginatus (Eichhoff), comb. n. .................................................................................................................. 14 Debus fallax (Eichhoff), comb. n. ............................................................................................................................. 15 Debus pseudocylindricus (Eggers) comb. n.............................................................................................................. 15 Debus pumilus (Eggers), comb. n. ............................................................................................................................ 15 Debus spinicornis (Schedl), comb. n. ....................................................................................................................... 16 Genus Euwallacea Hopkins ............................................................................................................................................. 16 Euwallacea funereus (Lea), comb. n. ........................................................................................................................ 16 Genus Fortiborus Hulcr and Cognato, gen. n. .................................................................................................................. 17 Fortiborus anisopterae (Browne), comb. n. ............................................................................................................. 18 Fortiborus indigens (Schedl), comb. n. .................................................................................................................... 18 Fortiborus major (Stebbing), comb. n. ..................................................................................................................... 18 Fortiborus pilifer (Eggers), comb. n. ........................................................................................................................ 18 Fortiborus sulcinoides (Schedl), comb. n. ................................................................................................................ 18 Genus Microperus Wood ................................................................................................................................................... 19 Microperus diversicolor (Eggers), comb. n. ............................................................................................................. 19 Microperus intermedius (Eggers) .............................................................................................................................. 20 Microperus parvus (Lea), comb. n. ........................................................................................................................... 20 Microperus pometianus (Schedl), comb. n. .............................................................................................................. 21 Genus Planiculus Hulcr and Cognato, gen. n. .................................................................................................................. 21 Planiculus aries (Schedl), comb. n. .......................................................................................................................... 22 Planiculus bicolor (Blandford), comb. n. ................................................................................................................. 22 Planiculus immersus (Schedl), comb. n. ................................................................................................................... 23 Planiculus limatus (Schedl), comb. n. ...................................................................................................................... 23 Genus Truncaudum Hulcr and Cognato, gen. n. ............................................................................................................... 24 Truncaudum agnatum (Eggers), comb. n. ................................................................................................................. 25 Truncaudum impexum (Schedl), comb. n. ................................................................................................................. 26 Truncaudum longior (Eggers), comb. n. ................................................................................................................... 27 Genus Wallacellus Hulcr and Cognato, gen. n. ................................................................................................................ 27 
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