Thanasimodes

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Thanasimodes
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Thanasimodes robustus Boheman, 1851 - Kenya, Tsavo National Park
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T. dorsalis.
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Thanasimodes

Murray, 1867[1]
Type species
Thanasimodes metallicus
Murray, 1867

Thanasimodes is a genus of beetles in the subfamily Clerinae.

It was circumscribed by Andrew Murray in 1867.[1]

Species[edit]

Extant species include:[2][3][4]

Fossil species include:[12][13]

Species formerly placed in this genus include:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Makdischu".
  2. ^ a b Written Opilus instead of Opilo in the initial description.
  3. ^ "Du nord de l'Afrique".
  4. ^ "Sénégal".
  5. ^ "El Kureimat".
  6. ^ "Old Calabar".
  7. ^ "In tractibus fluvii Limpoponis".

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Murray, Andrew (1867). "List of Coleoptera received from Old Calabar, on the West Coast of Africa". Annals and Magazine of Natural History. Ser. 3. 20 (119): 319–321. doi:10.1080/00222936708646336.
  2. ^ Schenkling, S. (1910). "Thanasimodes Murr.". Cleridae. Coleopterorum Catalogus. 23. Berlin: W. Junk. pp. 38–39.
  3. ^ Löbl, I.; Rolčik, J.; Kolibáč, J.; Gerstmeier, J. (2007). "Family Cleridae Latreille, 1802". In Löbl, I.; Smetana, A. (eds.). lateroidea, Derodontoidea, Bostrichoidea, Lymexyloidea, Cleroidea and Cucujoidea. Stenstrup: Apollo Books. p. 375. doi:10.1163/9789004260894.
  4. ^ a b Bartlett, Justin S.; Gerstmeier, Roland (2016). "Menieroclerus gen. nov.: A new genus for Thanasimodes nigropiceus (Kuwert, 1893) (Coleoptera: Cleridae: Clerinae)" (PDF). Zootaxa. 4168 (2): 395–400. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4168.2.12.
  5. ^ Fairmaire, Léon (1885). "Diagnoses de Coléoptères de l'Afrique orientale". Comptes-rendus des séances de la Société entomologique de Belgique. Sér. 3 (54): 8.
  6. ^ Lesne, P. (1905). "Un Cléride saharien nouveau (Opilo desertorum nov. sp.)". Bulletin du Muséum d'histoire naturelle. 11 (6): 388–390.
  7. ^ "Aïr: Iferouane".
  8. ^ Lucas, H. (1843). "Coléoptères d'Algérie nés à Paris". Revue zoologique. 6: 159.
  9. ^ de Laporte, F. L. (1836). "Études entomologiques, ou Descriptions d'insectes nouveaux et observations sur la synonymie". Revue entomologique. 4: 42.
  10. ^ de la Escalera, Manuel Martínez (1914). "Los Coleópteros de Marruercos". Trabajos del Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales. Serie Zoológica. Madrid. 11: 249–250.
  11. ^ Boheman, Carolus H. (1851). "Opilus (Latr.) robustus". Coleoptera: (Buprestides, Elaterides, Cebrionites, [...], Clerii, [...], Hydrophilidae.). Insecta Caffraria annis 1838–1845 a J.A. Wahlberg collecta. 1(2). Holmia. pp. 485–487.
  12. ^ Kolibáč, Jiří; Huang, Diying (2016). "The oldest known clerid fossils from the Middle Jurassic of China, with a review of Cleridae systematics (Coleoptera)". Systematic Entomology. 41 (4). S3. A list of fossils described within the family Cleridae. doi:10.1111/syen.12192.
  13. ^ Thanasimodes jantar Kolibac 1997 (checkered beetle) at fossilworks.org (retrieved 15 September 2017)

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