L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016

Full reference
L. C. Ramírez, R. Carrara, V. A. Silvestro and G. E. Flores. 2016. First fossil assemblage of darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) from Buenos Aires, Argentina: evidence of dry climate during the Late Pleistocene in the humid Pampas. Annales Zoologici 66:643-652 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  61301
Created:  2017-01-01 12:21:27
Modified:  2017-01-01 12:39:23
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (13) - view classification
'Epipedonota cristallisata belongs to Epipedonota' according to Waterhouse 1844
'Epipedonota cristallisata belongs to Epipedonota' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Epipedonota belongs to Nycteliini' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Nyctelia belongs to Nycteliini' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Nycteliini belongs to Pimeliinae' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Pimeliariae is corrected as Pimeliinae and belongs to Tenebrionidae' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Scotobiini belongs to Tenebrioninae' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Scotobius pilularius belongs to Scotobius' according to Germar 1823
'Scotobius pilularius belongs to Scotobius' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Scotobius belongs to Scotobiini' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Tenebrionites is corrected as Tenebrioninae and belongs to Tenebrionidae' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
'Zophosis picipes belongs to Zophosis' according to Billberg 1815
'Zophosis picipes is recombined as Nyctelia picipes' according to L. C. Ramírez et al. 2016
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