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Neoxenicotela mausoni

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


Neoxenicotela mausoni Breuning, 1947

S. Breuning is the author of the original taxon.

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

Neoxenicotela mausoni Breuning, 1947 is the full name of the group-species in the taxonomic classification system.

The species is combined with the Neoxenicotela genus ranked in the Lamiini 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
20,071 sp.
tribe
Lamiini
1,525 sp.
genus
Neoxenicotela
1 sp.
species
mausoni
 


Region

World  [1]

distribution map

Distribution for Neoxenicotela mausoni...



Group

mausoni  [1]

Subgroup of



Taxa, synonyms

3 taxa refer to Neoxenicotela mausoni...

3 taxa refer to Neoxenicotela mausoni

  • Neoxenicotela mausoni Breuning, 1947 [ type locality : Tonkin, Montes Mauson, alt. 2000–3000 feet ]
  • Maaia terminata Gressitt, 1951 [ type locality : China, Fukien, Shaowu, Ta-chu-lan, alt. 1100 m ]
  • Parapolytrechus flavotarsus Wang & Zheng, 2002 [ type locality : Hainan, Diaoluoshan, Xin'an Linchang, alt. 1290 m, 18°43'N, 109°50'E ]


Bibliography

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

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

  • Neoxenicotela mausoni Breuning • Ark. Zool. • 1947 • 39, A, 6  : 10 [ nov loc des ]
  • Maaia terminata Gressitt • Paris, Paul Lechevalier • 1951 • 2  : 385 [ nov loc ill des ]
  • Neoxenicotela mausoni = Maaia terminata ; Breuning • Bonn Zool. Beitr. • 1956 • 1-3, 7  : 234
  • Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Breuning • Bonn Zool. Beitr. • 1956 • 1-3, 7  : 234 [ syn ]
  • Parapolytrechus flavotarsus Wang & Zheng • Acta Ent. Sin. • 2002 • 45, 3  : 377, 379 [ nov loc ill ]
  • Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Hua & al. • Sun Yat-sen Univ. Press • 2009  : 232, 274 [ ill ]
  • Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Löbl & Smetana • Appolo Books • 2010 • 6  : 284 [ loc ]
    details

    Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Löbl & Smetana • Appolo Books • 2010 • 6 : 284

    Distribution

    • (4-ORI) Oriental region
    • China, Fujian
  • Parapolytretus flavotarsus ; Löbl & Smetana • Appolo Books • 2010 • 6  : 285 [ loc ]
    details

    Parapolytretus flavotarsus ; Löbl & Smetana • Appolo Books • 2010 • 6 : 285

    Distribution

    • China, Hainan
  • Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Lin & Wang • Entomotaxonomia • 2012 • 34, 2  : 392 [ loc ill div syn ]
    details

    Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Lin & Wang • Entomotaxonomia • 2012 • 34, 2 : 392

    General information

    • distinctive characters ; remark
    • color photo, ♂ ; ...
    • synonymy

    Distribution

    • Tonkin : Montes Mauson, alt. 2000–3000 feet
    • China, Fujian : Nanjing, Hexi ; Wenkai
  • Neoxenicotela mausoni = Parapolytrechus flavotarsus ; Lin & Wang • Entomotaxonomia • 2012 • 34, 2  : 392
  • Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Lin • Les Cahiers Magellanes • 2014 • ser. n.s., 16  : 137 [ loc ill ]
    details

    Neoxenicotela mausoni ; Lin • Les Cahiers Magellanes • 2014 • ser. n.s., 16 : 137

    General information

    • color photo, ♀

    Distribution

    • China, Guangxi : Jinxiu, Huawangshanzhuang, alt. 550m ; -, Jiangzhonggonglu, alt. 1100m ; -, Shengtangshan, alt. 900m
    • China, Hainan
    • China, Fujian
    • Vietnam


Figures

Some references with images to see in bibliography...

Some references with images to see in bibliography