W. D. Pierce 1954

Full reference
W. D. Pierce. 1954. Fossil arthropods of California no. 19. The Tenebrionidae-Scaurinae of the asphalt deposits. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 53:93-98 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  52639
Created:  2014-09-07 16:10:56
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (12) - view classification
'Aphaenogaster andrei belongs to Aphaenogaster' according to Mayr 1886
'Aphaenogaster andrei is recombined as Veromessor andrei' according to W. D. Pierce 1954
'Apsena labreae belongs to Apsena' according to W. D. Pierce 1954
'Apsena belongs to Eulabini' according to W. D. Pierce 1954
'Coniontis pectoralis belongs to Coniontis' according to Casey 1908
'Coniontis rugosa belongs to Coniontis' according to Casey 1908
'Eulabis laticornis belongs to Eulabis' according to Casey 1891
'Eulabis laticornis is recombined as Apsena laticornis' according to W. D. Pierce 1954
'Eulabis pubescens belongs to Eulabis' according to LeConte 1851
'Eulabis pubescens is recombined as Apsena pubescens' according to W. D. Pierce 1954
'Eulabis rufipes belongs to Eulabis' according to Eschscholtz 1829
'Eulabis rufipes is recombined as Apsena rufipes' according to W. D. Pierce 1954