Stromatium fulvum

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Stromatium fulvum
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Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Coleoptera
Suborder: Polyphaga
Family: Cerambycidae
Genus: Stromatium
Species: S. fulvum
Binomial name
Stromatium fulvum
(Villers, 1789)
Synonyms
  • Cerambyx Fulvus Villers, 1789 (Preocc., but see text)
  • Saperda aurata Böber, 1793
  • Callidium unicolor Olivier, 1795
  • Callidium strepens Fabricius, 1798
  • Callidium pallidum Zoubkoff, 1833 (Preocc.)
  • Stromatium inermis Tournier, 1872
  • Hesperophanes platyfemur Chevrolat, 1882

Stromatium fulvum is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was first described by Villers in 1789, and while his name was preoccupied, it is treated as valid[1] following ICZN Article 23.9.5;[2] it has most commonly been referred to as Stromatium unicolor, and more recently as Stromatium auratum[3] but these names are junior synonyms.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] CDFA Cerambycidae Catalog. Retrieved on 20 July 2016.
  2. ^ [2] "23.9.5. When an author discovers that a species-group name in use is a junior primary homonym [Art. 53.3] of another species-group name also in use, but the names apply to taxa not considered congeneric after 1899, the author must not automatically replace the junior homonym; the case should be referred to the Commission for a ruling under the plenary power and meanwhile prevailing usage of both names is to be maintained [Art. 82]"
  3. ^ [3] TITAN catalog of Cerambycidae. Retrieved on 20 July 2016.