Coleoptera Cerambycidae Lamiinae


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Hemilocrinitus barbatus

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


Hemilocrinitus barbatus Galileo & Martins, 2005

Galileo, M.H.M. & Martins, U.R. are the authors of the original taxon.

The type specimen used for original description is cited from Puntarenas.

Hemilocrinitus barbatus Galileo & Martins, 2005 is the full name of the group-species in the taxonomic classification system.

The species is combined with the Hemilocrinitus genus ranked in the Hemilophini 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
~35,000 sp.
subfamily
Lamiinae
20,069 sp.
tribe
Hemilophini
571 sp.
genus
Hemilocrinitus
1 sp.
species
barbatus


Region

geographical distribution

Distribution for Hemilocrinitus barbatus



Group

barbatus

Subgroup of



Taxa, synonyms

1 taxon refers to Hemilocrinitus barbatus

  • Hemilocrinitus barbatus Galileo & Martins, 2005 [ type locality : Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Coto Brus (Estacion Biologica Las Alturas, 1500m) ]


Bibliography

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

  • Hemilocrinitus barbatus Galileo & Martins • Papéis Avulsos Zool. • 2005 • 45, 10  : 108 [ nov loc ill div des ]
    details

    Hemilocrinitus barbatus Galileo & Martins • Papéis Avulsos Zool. • 2005 • 45, 10 : 108

    General information

    • description
    • color photo, holotype, ♂
    • new taxon/name
    • designation

    Distribution

    • [locality type] Costa Rica, Puntarenas : Coto Brus (Estacion Biologica Las Alturas, 1500m)
    • Costa Rica, Cartago : Tapanti (Parque Nacional Tapanti, Quebrada Segunda, 1150m)
    • Costa Rica, Puntarenas : Coto Brus (P. Int. La Amistad, Send. Casa Coca a Cerro Quemado, 2100m)


Figures

Some references with images to see in bibliography