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Taxonomic revision of the East Asian genus Scleropteroides Colonnelli, 1979 (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Ceutorhynchinae).

Huang J, Yoshitake H, Zhang R, Ito M - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: The genus was redefined to include three species from East Asia: S. hypocrita (Hustache, 1916) is redescribed and recorded from northeastern China and northern Korea for the first time; S. horridulus (Voss, 1958) is redescribed with new records from southern Korea; S. insularis Voss, 1971 was moved from synonymy with S. hypocrita to that with S. horridulus (syn. n.), and S. longiprocessus Huang & Yoshitake, sp. n. is described as new, sympatric with S. hypocrita in Japan.All the species are associated with woody Rubus species (Rosaceae).A key to species, habitus photographs, illustrations of important characters, and distribution maps are provided for each species.

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Affiliation: CAS Key Laboratory of Zoological Systematics and Evolution, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No. 1 Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China ; Institute of Forestry Protection, School of Forestry and Biotechnology, Zhejiang A & F University, 88 Huancheng Beilu, Linan, Hangzhou, Zhejiang 311300, China.

ABSTRACT
The genus Scleropteroides Colonnelli, 1979 (Ceutorhynchinae: Scleropterini) was revised on the basis of detailed morphological observations. The genus was redefined to include three species from East Asia: S. hypocrita (Hustache, 1916) is redescribed and recorded from northeastern China and northern Korea for the first time; S. horridulus (Voss, 1958) is redescribed with new records from southern Korea; S. insularis Voss, 1971 was moved from synonymy with S. hypocrita to that with S. horridulus (syn. n.), and S. longiprocessus Huang & Yoshitake, sp. n. is described as new, sympatric with S. hypocrita in Japan. All the species are associated with woody Rubus species (Rosaceae). A key to species, habitus photographs, illustrations of important characters, and distribution maps are provided for each species.

No MeSH data available.


Male and female terminalia of Scleropteroides hypocrita (Hustache) from Heilongjiang, northeastern China. 60 Aedeagus, dorsal view 61 Apex of the penis, dorsal view 62 Aedeagus, lateral view 63 Tegmen 64 Sternites VIII and IX, male 65 Female genitalia, lateral view 66 Tergite VIII, female 67 Sternite VIII, female 68 Coxite and stylus 69 Spermatheca. Scale: 0.20 mm for 60–67, 0.10 mm for 68–69.
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Figure 7: Male and female terminalia of Scleropteroides hypocrita (Hustache) from Heilongjiang, northeastern China. 60 Aedeagus, dorsal view 61 Apex of the penis, dorsal view 62 Aedeagus, lateral view 63 Tegmen 64 Sternites VIII and IX, male 65 Female genitalia, lateral view 66 Tergite VIII, female 67 Sternite VIII, female 68 Coxite and stylus 69 Spermatheca. Scale: 0.20 mm for 60–67, 0.10 mm for 68–69.

Mentions: Figs 1, 2, 22–25, 34–35, 40–69, 133, 135–138


Taxonomic revision of the East Asian genus Scleropteroides Colonnelli, 1979 (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Ceutorhynchinae).

Huang J, Yoshitake H, Zhang R, Ito M - Zookeys (2014)

Male and female terminalia of Scleropteroides hypocrita (Hustache) from Heilongjiang, northeastern China. 60 Aedeagus, dorsal view 61 Apex of the penis, dorsal view 62 Aedeagus, lateral view 63 Tegmen 64 Sternites VIII and IX, male 65 Female genitalia, lateral view 66 Tergite VIII, female 67 Sternite VIII, female 68 Coxite and stylus 69 Spermatheca. Scale: 0.20 mm for 60–67, 0.10 mm for 68–69.
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Figure 7: Male and female terminalia of Scleropteroides hypocrita (Hustache) from Heilongjiang, northeastern China. 60 Aedeagus, dorsal view 61 Apex of the penis, dorsal view 62 Aedeagus, lateral view 63 Tegmen 64 Sternites VIII and IX, male 65 Female genitalia, lateral view 66 Tergite VIII, female 67 Sternite VIII, female 68 Coxite and stylus 69 Spermatheca. Scale: 0.20 mm for 60–67, 0.10 mm for 68–69.
Mentions: Figs 1, 2, 22–25, 34–35, 40–69, 133, 135–138

Bottom Line: The genus was redefined to include three species from East Asia: S. hypocrita (Hustache, 1916) is redescribed and recorded from northeastern China and northern Korea for the first time; S. horridulus (Voss, 1958) is redescribed with new records from southern Korea; S. insularis Voss, 1971 was moved from synonymy with S. hypocrita to that with S. horridulus (syn. n.), and S. longiprocessus Huang & Yoshitake, sp. n. is described as new, sympatric with S. hypocrita in Japan.All the species are associated with woody Rubus species (Rosaceae).A key to species, habitus photographs, illustrations of important characters, and distribution maps are provided for each species.

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Affiliation: CAS Key Laboratory of Zoological Systematics and Evolution, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, No. 1 Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China ; Institute of Forestry Protection, School of Forestry and Biotechnology, Zhejiang A & F University, 88 Huancheng Beilu, Linan, Hangzhou, Zhejiang 311300, China.

ABSTRACT
The genus Scleropteroides Colonnelli, 1979 (Ceutorhynchinae: Scleropterini) was revised on the basis of detailed morphological observations. The genus was redefined to include three species from East Asia: S. hypocrita (Hustache, 1916) is redescribed and recorded from northeastern China and northern Korea for the first time; S. horridulus (Voss, 1958) is redescribed with new records from southern Korea; S. insularis Voss, 1971 was moved from synonymy with S. hypocrita to that with S. horridulus (syn. n.), and S. longiprocessus Huang & Yoshitake, sp. n. is described as new, sympatric with S. hypocrita in Japan. All the species are associated with woody Rubus species (Rosaceae). A key to species, habitus photographs, illustrations of important characters, and distribution maps are provided for each species.

No MeSH data available.