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Redescriptions and lectotype designations of Central American species of Phaenonotum Sharp (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae) based on the type material from the David Sharp collection.

Deler-Hernández A, Fikáček M - Zookeys (2016)

Bottom Line: The following species are redescribed: Phaenonotum apicale Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum collare Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum dubium Sharp, 1882 (confirmed as junior synonym of Phaenonotum exstriatum (Say, 1835)), Phaenonotum laevicolle Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum rotundulum Sharp, 1882 and Phaenonotum tarsale Sharp, 1882.Lectotypes are designated for Phaenonotum apicale, Phaenonotum collare, Phaenonotum rotundulum and Phaenonotum tarsale.Abstract available from the publisher.

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Affiliation: Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague, Vinicná 7, CZ-128 44,Praha 2, Czech Republic.

ABSTRACT
In order to understand the identity of the Central American species of the genus Phaenonotum Sharp, 1882, the type specimens of the species described by Sharp (1882) deposited in the David Sharp collection in the Natural History Museum in London have been re-examined. The following species are redescribed: Phaenonotum apicale Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum collare Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum dubium Sharp, 1882 (confirmed as junior synonym of Phaenonotum exstriatum (Say, 1835)), Phaenonotum laevicolle Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum rotundulum Sharp, 1882 and Phaenonotum tarsale Sharp, 1882. Lectotypes are designated for Phaenonotum apicale, Phaenonotum collare, Phaenonotum rotundulum and Phaenonotum tarsale. External diagnostic characters and morphology of male genitalia are illustrated. A table summarizing diagnostic characters allowing the identification of the species is provided.

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Habitus (lateral view). aPhaenonotumapicale Sharp (lectotype) bPhaenonotumcollare Sharp (lectotype) cPhaenonotumlaevicolle Sharp (lectotype) dPhaenonotumrotundulum Sharp (lectotype) ePhaenonotumtarsale Sharp (lectotype).
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Figure 2: Habitus (lateral view). aPhaenonotumapicale Sharp (lectotype) bPhaenonotumcollare Sharp (lectotype) cPhaenonotumlaevicolle Sharp (lectotype) dPhaenonotumrotundulum Sharp (lectotype) ePhaenonotumtarsale Sharp (lectotype).

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Redescriptions and lectotype designations of Central American species of Phaenonotum Sharp (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae) based on the type material from the David Sharp collection.

Deler-Hernández A, Fikáček M - Zookeys (2016)

Habitus (lateral view). aPhaenonotumapicale Sharp (lectotype) bPhaenonotumcollare Sharp (lectotype) cPhaenonotumlaevicolle Sharp (lectotype) dPhaenonotumrotundulum Sharp (lectotype) ePhaenonotumtarsale Sharp (lectotype).
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Figure 2: Habitus (lateral view). aPhaenonotumapicale Sharp (lectotype) bPhaenonotumcollare Sharp (lectotype) cPhaenonotumlaevicolle Sharp (lectotype) dPhaenonotumrotundulum Sharp (lectotype) ePhaenonotumtarsale Sharp (lectotype).
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Bottom Line: The following species are redescribed: Phaenonotum apicale Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum collare Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum dubium Sharp, 1882 (confirmed as junior synonym of Phaenonotum exstriatum (Say, 1835)), Phaenonotum laevicolle Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum rotundulum Sharp, 1882 and Phaenonotum tarsale Sharp, 1882.Lectotypes are designated for Phaenonotum apicale, Phaenonotum collare, Phaenonotum rotundulum and Phaenonotum tarsale.Abstract available from the publisher.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague, Vinicná 7, CZ-128 44,Praha 2, Czech Republic.

ABSTRACT
In order to understand the identity of the Central American species of the genus Phaenonotum Sharp, 1882, the type specimens of the species described by Sharp (1882) deposited in the David Sharp collection in the Natural History Museum in London have been re-examined. The following species are redescribed: Phaenonotum apicale Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum collare Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum dubium Sharp, 1882 (confirmed as junior synonym of Phaenonotum exstriatum (Say, 1835)), Phaenonotum laevicolle Sharp, 1882, Phaenonotum rotundulum Sharp, 1882 and Phaenonotum tarsale Sharp, 1882. Lectotypes are designated for Phaenonotum apicale, Phaenonotum collare, Phaenonotum rotundulum and Phaenonotum tarsale. External diagnostic characters and morphology of male genitalia are illustrated. A table summarizing diagnostic characters allowing the identification of the species is provided.

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