Coleoptera Cerambycidae Lamiinae


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Dichostatoides

Dichostatoides is the scientific name of a group of Lamiinae -also called lamiines or flat-faced longhorned beetles-


Dichostatoides Teocchi, 1998

P. Teocchi is the author of the original taxon.

The type species is Crossotus flavopictus Quedenfeldt, 1882.

Dichostatoides Teocchi, 1998 is the full name of the group-genus in the taxonomic classification system.

Dichostatoides has 12 species. The genus is ranked in the Crossotini tribe of Lamiinae.


Classification

kingdom
Animalia
~1,200,000 sp.
phylum
Arthropoda
~1,000,000 sp.
class
Insecta
~830,000 sp.
order
Coleoptera
~350,000 sp.
family
Cerambycidae
~40,000 sp.
subfamily
Lamiinae
19,959 sp.
tribe
Crossotini
397 sp.
genus
Dichostatoides
12 sp.


Gallery

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Dichostatoides hauseri, ♂, Crossotini, Ivory Coast
Dichostatoides hauseri

Crossotini
Ivory Coast


List of species

13 species and subspecies

  • Dichostatoides biflavoplagiatus (Lepesme & Breuning, 1952)
  • Dichostatoides camerunensis (Breuning, 1954)
  • Dichostatoides depressus (Baguena Corella, 1952)
  • Dichostatoides flavoguttatus (Hintz, 1912)
  • Dichostatoides flavopictus (Quedenfeldt, 1882)
    • Cameroon • Ebolowa • 1♂ • 11 mm • iv-1970 • lam.#12751
    • Cameroon • Menguémé • 2♂1♀ • 11.5 mm • x-1993 • lam.#2459, 2460, 2461
    • Cameroon • Mt. Cameroun • 1♂ • vii-1992 • lam.#524
    datas on labels of lamiines in author's collection
    datas
  • Dichostatoides hauseri (Hintz, 1912)
    • Ivory Coast • Forêt du Banco • 1♂ • 12 mm • i-2010 • lam.#13094
    datas on labels of lamiines in author's collection
    datas
    picture
  • Dichostatoides kuntzeni (Hintz, 1912)
    • Cameroon • Bafia, Ossombé • 1♂ • 8 mm • xii-1968 • lam.#12758
    • Cameroon • Mbalmayo, Ngomedzop • 1♀ • 8 mm • iv-1971 • lam.#12756
    • Cameroon • Yaoundé, Mfou • 1♀ • 8.5 mm • xi-1967 • lam.#12757
    • Gabon • Parc National Ivindo, Ipassa • 2♂ • 7.5-9 mm • xi-2017 • lam.#19919, 19920
    • Ivory Coast • 2♂ • 9.5 mm • xii-1998 • lam.#3403, 3404
    datas on labels of lamiines in author's collection
    datas
  • Dichostatoides lobatus lobatus (Jordan, 1894)
    • Cameroon • Ebolowa • 1♂ • 11 mm • iv-1970 • lam.#12749
    • Cameroon • Ebolowa, Ngoulémakong • 1♀ • 13 mm • v-1971 • lam.#12752
    • Cameroon • Menguémé • 1♀ • 11.5 mm • x-1993 • lam.#2457
    • Cameroon • zone forestière • 2♂1♀ • 10-13.5 mm • v-1970, ix-1971, xi-1971 • lam.#12720, 12753, 12754
    • Gabon • Parc National Ivindo, Ipassa • 1♀ • 12.5 mm • xi-2017 • lam.#19921
    • R. D. Congo • Kasai, Territoire Dekese • 2♀ • 13-13.5 mm • lam.#5040, 12721
    • R. D. Congo • Kivu, Irangi • 1♀ • 12.5 mm • ii-1986 • lam.#5038
    • R. D. Congo • Kivu, Irangi, 800m • 1♀ • 10 mm • viii-1985 • lam.#12750
    • R. P. Congo • Kouilou, Malélé • 1♂1♀ • 13.5 mm • iv-1996 • lam.#2483, 2484
    • R. P. Congo • Voka • 1♂2♀ • 12.5-14 mm • xi-1977, v-1993 • lam.#5431, 9652, 9653
    datas
  • Dichostatoides lobatus togoensis Sudre & Jiroux, 2019
  • Dichostatoides nigroguttatus (Jordan, 1894)
  • Dichostatoides obliquelineatus (Breuning, 1942)
  • Dichostatoides rubromaculatus (Breuning, 1938)
  • Dichostatoides ugandae (Breuning, 1935)


Taxa, synonyms

1 taxon refers to Dichostatoides

  • Dichostatoides Teocchi, 1998 [ sp. type : Crossotus flavopictus Quedenfeldt, 1882 ]


Bibliography

Some citations found in the bibliography excluding lists and catalogs except with nomenclatural act or illustration or data

  • Dichostatoides ; Sudre & al. • Coll. Syst. Magellanes • 2007 • 15  : 57 [ cit div ]
    more info

    Dichostatoides ; Sudre & al. • Coll. Syst. Magellanes • 2007 • 15 : 57 [ cit div ]

    General information

    • distinctive characters
  • Dichostatoides Teocchi • Lambillionea • 1998 • 98, 2  : 207 [ nov div ]
    more info

    Dichostatoides Teocchi • Lambillionea • 1998 • 98, 2 : 207 [ nov div ]

    General information

    • distinctive characters