Coleoptera Cerambycidae Lamiinae


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Psilocnaeia brouni

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


Psilocnaeia brouni Bates, 1876

H.W. Bates is the author of the original taxon.

The type specimen used for original description is cited from New Zealand.

Psilocnaeia brouni Bates, 1876 is the full name of the group-species in the taxonomic classification system.

The species is combined with the Psilocnaeia genus ranked in the Acanthocinini 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
20,213 sp.
tribe
Acanthocinini
2,040 sp.
genus
Psilocnaeia
7 sp.
species
brouni
 


Region

World  [1]

distribution map

Distribution for Psilocnaeia brouni...

Distribution for Psilocnaeia brouni



Group

brouni  [1]

Subgroup of



Taxa, synonyms

1 taxon refers to Psilocnaeia brouni...

1 taxon refers to Psilocnaeia brouni

  • Psilocnaeia brouni Bates, 1876 [ type locality : New Zealand, Tairua, near Auckland ]


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

  • Psilocnaeia brouni Bates • The Ent. Mo. Mag. • 1876 • 13  : 54 [ nov loc ]
  • Stenellipsis brouni ; Breuning • Bull. Inst. roy. Sc.nat. Belg. • 1951 • 27, 32  : 13 [ div ]
    details

    Stenellipsis brouni ; Breuning • Bull. Inst. roy. Sc.nat. Belg. • 1951 • 27, 32 : 13

    General information

    • distinctive characters
  • Psilocnaeia brouni ; Kuschel • DSIR Plant Protection Report • 1990 • 3  : 35, 68, 77 [ plh ]
    details

    Psilocnaeia brouni ; Kuschel • DSIR Plant Protection Report • 1990 • 3 : 35, 68, 77

    General information

    • host plant