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Jose Ricardo M Mermudes – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • four new species and new synonymy in stenocerus schoenherr 1826 coleoptera Anthribidae anthribinae stenocerini
    Zootaxa, 2018
    Co-Authors: Marcela Paes De A M Lopes, Jose Ricardo M Mermudes

    Abstract:

    Three new species from Brazil, Stenocerus christus sp. nov. (Rio de Janeiro, Corcovado), Stenocerus fratris sp. nov. (Espirito Santo, Santa Maria de Jetiba) and Stenocerus mesosternalius sp. nov. (Espirito Santo, Alegre, Fazenda Jerusalem), and a new species from Peru, Stenocerus similis sp. nov. (Mariscau, Juanjui), are described and illustrated. Stenocerus paraguayensis Jordan, 1895 syn. nov. is proposed as a junior synonym of S. fulvitarsis (Germar, 1824). A key to all species of the genus Stenocerus is provided.

  • taxonomy of hylotribus jekel coleoptera Anthribidae anthribinae new synonymies combinations and type designations
    Zootaxa, 2017
    Co-Authors: Fernando Avila Queiroz, Mario Elgueta, Jose Ricardo M Mermudes

    Abstract:

    The type material of six species of Anthribidae from Chile and one from Peru, originally described as Stenocerus Schoenherr and Stenorrhynchus Philippi & Philippi and later transferred to Hylotribus Jekel, was reexamined. These species are Stenocerus asperatus Blanchard, 1851, Stenocerus aspis Erichson, 1847, Stenocerus posticalis Philippi & Philippi, 1864, Stenocerus quadratipennis Germain, 1854, Stenorrhynchus quadrinotatus Philippi & Philippi, 1864, and Stenocerus tuberculosus Blanchard, 1851. Lectotype designations were made for Hylotribus asperatus, Hylotribus quadratipennis , and Hylotribus tuberculosus . New synonyms were established as follows: Hylotribus signatipes (Blanchard, 1851) = H. quadratipennis (Germain, 1854) syn. n., = H. quadrinotatus (Philippi & Philippi, 1864) syn. n., Hylotribus asperatus (Blanchard, 1851) = H. posticalis (Philippi & Philippi, 1864) syn. n.. While, Hylotribus aspis (Erichson, 1847) from Peru was transferred to Piesocorynus Dejean, 1834 and a new combination and synonymy proposed, Piesocorynus aspis (Erichson, 1847) n. comb. = Piesocorynus gracilicornis (Jekel, 1855) syn. n. The genus Hylotribus is defined with five species from Chile and six from Brazil, and the Chilean species are redescribed with illustrations. A new key to all species is included.

  • six new species of hylotribus jekel 1860 from brazil coleoptera Anthribidae anthribinae discotenini
    Zootaxa, 2014
    Co-Authors: Fernando Luiz Cunha Avila Villar De Quei, Jose Ricardo M Mermudes

    Abstract:

    Hylotribus Jekel, 1860 is a distinct genus of South American Anthribidae characterized by a fragmented antebasal pronotal carina, and includes nine species, eight of which are endemic to Chile, and one species from Peru. We here describe and illustrate six new species from the Atlantic Rainforest biome in Brazil based on unidentified material deposited in various collections: Hylotribus fluminensis Queiroz & Mermudes sp. nov. (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro State); Hylotribus sublimis Queiroz & Mermudes sp. nov. (Campos do Jordao, Sao Paulo State); Hylotribus plaumanni Queiroz & Mermudes sp. nov. (Seara, Santa Catarina State); Hylotribus frontispeltastes Queiroz & Mermudes sp. nov. (Sao Jose do Barreiro, Serra da Bocaina, Sao Paulo State and Serra do Caraca, Minas Gerais State); Hylotribus gauchus Queiroz & Mermudes sp. nov. (Cambara do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul State); and Hylotribus involucer Queiroz & Mermudes sp. nov. (Sao Jose do Barreiro, Serra da Bocaina, Sao Paulo State). A key is provided to the species of Hylotribus in Brazil.

Milos Trýzna – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • a new species of holophloeus jordan coleoptera Anthribidae from eastern madagascar with ecological notes on it and h tuberosus fairmaire 1897
    Zootaxa, 2020
    Co-Authors: Milos Trýzna, Petr Baňař

    Abstract:

    : A new species, Holophloeus loebli Trýzna Baňař sp. nov. (Anthribidae: Anthribinae: Discotenini), from east Madagascar is described. Male genitalia are studied and illustrated, and color photographs are provided. A comparison is provided with the other known Madagascan species of the genus, H. tuberosus (Fairmaire, 1897). Ecological notes, including color photographs of habitats, on H. loebli and H. tuberosus are provided.

  • a new species of the genus morimotanthribus senoh trýzna coleoptera Anthribidae from south china
    Zootaxa, 2019
    Co-Authors: Boyan Li, Milos Trýzna

    Abstract:

    : A new species, Morimotanthribus leigongshani sp. nov. (Anthribidae: Anthribinae: Phloeophilini), from Guizhou and Guangxi provinces, South China, is described. Male genitalia are studied and illustrated and colour photographs are provided. The new species is compared with the only other known species of the genus, M. chinensis Senoh & Trýzna, 2006. A key is provided to distinguish Morimotanthribus from the similar Palaearctic and Oriental genera Bothrus Wolfrum, 1956 and Phloeophilus Schoenherr, 1833.

  • A new species of the genus Morimotanthribus Senoh & Trýzna (Coleoptera: Anthribidae) from South China.
    Zootaxa, 2019
    Co-Authors: Boyan Li, Milos Trýzna

    Abstract:

    : A new species, Morimotanthribus leigongshani sp. nov. (Anthribidae: Anthribinae: Phloeophilini), from Guizhou and Guangxi provinces, South China, is described. Male genitalia are studied and illustrated and colour photographs are provided. The new species is compared with the only other known species of the genus, M. chinensis Senoh & Trýzna, 2006. A key is provided to distinguish Morimotanthribus from the similar Palaearctic and Oriental genera Bothrus Wolfrum, 1956 and Phloeophilus Schoenherr, 1833.

Andrei A Legalov – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • first record of a fungus weevil coleoptera Anthribidae from the upper cretaceous arzamazovskaya formation primorsky krai russian far east
    Cretaceous Research, 2020
    Co-Authors: Andrei A Legalov

    Abstract:

    Abstract A new fungus weevil, Arzamazorhinus neli gen. et sp. nov. belonging to the subfamily Anthribinae is described from Primorsky Krai, Upper Cretaceous, Turonian – Coniacian. The new genus differs from other genera of the tribe Ecelonerini in the ventral antennal scrobes and rather long rostrum. It is distinguished from the genus Cretanthribus Legalov, 2009 (tribe Cretanthribini) fungus weevil described from Cretaceous deposits of Khetana in the Russian Far East, by the pronotum possessing transverse carina, a rather long subparallel rostrum not sagittate at apex, and lacking transverse eyes. This is the first record of Anthribidae from the late Cretaceous and the first coleopteran described from the Arzamazovskaya Formation in the Russian Far East.

  • a new genus of fungus weevils coleoptera Anthribidae in rovno amber
    Fossil Record, 2018
    Co-Authors: Andrei A Legalov, Vitaliy Y Nazarenko, E E Perkovsky

    Abstract:

    Abstract. New fungus weevils, Eduardoxenus unicus (ZooBank registration:
    urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act:5732 BC85-9148-4FE5-A4F6-46847BA0138D,
    urn:lsid:zoobank.org: act:4D3B3EA8-AE0E-4E6D-A770-B427AC19ED03) Legalov,
    Nazarenko et Perkovsky, gen. et sp. nov. (Coleoptera: Anthribidae), are
    described from late Eocene Rovno amber. The new genus is similar to the genus
    Cyptoxenus Valentine, 1982, but differs in coarsely faceted eyes,
    antennomere 2 shorter than antennomere 1 and an almost glabrous body. It
    differs from the genus Valenfriesia Alonso-Zarazaga et Lyal, 1999 in
    the coarsely faceted eyes, almost straight transversal carina on the pronotum
    and distinct elytral humeri, and it differs from the genus Neoxenus
    Valentine, 1999 in distinct lateral carina on the pronotum, coarsely faceted
    eyes and almost straight transversal pronotal carina. This fossil fungus
    weevil is the oldest finding of the tribe Valenfriesiini in fossil state and
    the first record of the Choraginae from the Eocene amber. The
    palaeogeographical and palaeoclimatological importance of finding
    Valenfriesiini in Rovno amber is discussed.

  • new and little known weevils coleoptera curculionoidea from the paleogene and neogene
    Historical Biology, 2013
    Co-Authors: Andrei A Legalov

    Abstract:

    A new tribe, Palaeorhopalotriini Legalov, n. tribe, new genera, Electranthribus Legalov, n. gen. (type species: Electranthribus zherikhini n. sp.), Palaeorhopalotria Legalov, n. gen. (type species: Palaeorhopalotria neli n. sp.), Eoceneithycerus Legalov, n. gen. (type species: Eoceneithycerus carpenteri n. sp.), Succinorhynchites Legalov, n. gen. (type species: S. alberti n. sp.), Palaeophelypera Legalov, n. gen. (type species: Palaeophelypera kuscheli n. sp.) and Archaeocallirhopalus Legalov, n. gen. (type species: A. larssoni n. sp.) and new species, Electranthribus zherikhini Legalov, n. sp. (Anthribidae: Anthribinae: Zygaenodini) from Baltic amber, Succinometrioxena bachofeni Legalov, n. sp. from Baltic amber, Palaeorhopalotria neli Legalov, n. sp. (Belidae: Oxycoryninae: Allocorynitae) from Ales-Monteils, Upper Eocene, Eoceneithycerus carpenteri Legalov, n. sp. (Ithyceridae: Ithycerinae) from USA Lower Eocene, Succinorhynchites alberti Legalov, n. sp. (Rhynchitidae: Rhynchitini: Perrhynchitina) from …