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last update 29 August 2013 | version 2.6.2

 

Database


 

Taxonomy

Accepted name

Mycetophagus (Ulolendus) salicis Brisout de Barneville 1862

Taxonomic rank

Species

Taxonomic status

valid

Taxonomic comment

Possibly a synonym of M. piceus (Fabricius, 1777)

Taxonomic identifier

urn:lsid:faunaeur.org:taxname:124251


Nomenclature and Synonyms

Genus group name(s)

Taxonomic comment

Mycetophagus Hellwig 1792 [genus]

Nomen protectum. Type species: ?Silpha quadrimaculata Schaller, 1783

= Silphoides Herbst 1783

Nomen oblitum

= Boletaria Marsham 1802

= Tritoma Geoffroy 1762

partim

Ulolendus Reitter 1911 [subgenus]

Species group name(s)

Original genus

Taxonomic comment

salicis Brisout de Barneville 1862 [species]

Mycetophagus

Possibly a synonym of M. piceus (Fabricius, 1777)

no synonyms present in the database for this taxon


Taxonomic Hierarchy

Rank

Name

Kingdom

Animalia

Subkingdom

Eumetazoa

Phylum

Arthropoda

Subphylum

Hexapoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Suborder

Polyphaga

Infraorder

Cucujiformia

Superfamily

Tenebrionoidea

Family

Mycetophagidae

Subfamily

Mycetophaginae

Tribe

Mycetophagini

Genus

Mycetophagus

Subgenus

Ulolendus

Species

salicis



Distribution

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Experts

Name

Fauna Europaea status

Audisio, Prof. Paolo

group coordinator

Nikitsky, Prof. Nikolai

taxonomic specialist


References

Accepted name:

Mycetophagus (Ulolendus) salicis Brisout de Barneville 1862

no references present in the database for this name

Genus synonyms:

= Silphoides Herbst 1783

no references present in the database for this name

= Boletaria Marsham 1802

no references present in the database for this name

= Tritoma Geoffroy 1762

no references present in the database for this name

Ulolendus Reitter 1911 [subgenus]

no references present in the database for this name




 

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