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Insecta Coleoptera Tenebrionidae Pedinini Platynotina

by Dariusz Iwan (writer)
Collection: Faune de Madagascar
june 2010
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The taxonomical study of the Coleoptera Platynotina of Madagascar is presented and illustrated. The Madagascan Platynotina include three main groups: (I) the genera Zidalus Mulsant et Rey (three species) and Anchophthalmops Koch (one species) occurring in both Madagascar and the African continent; (II) the endemic genus Lechius Iwan (three species), and (III) the Madagascan "melanocratoid" generic group (eight genera, 30 species). The Madagascan Platynotina comprise 37 species in 11 genera. The occurrence in Madagascar of one species, Anchophthalmops menouxi (Mulsant et Rey, 1853) needs confirmation. Bilingual French-English identification keys to genera and species are presented.

Remerciements / Acknowledgements

Résumés / Summaries

Introduction


HISTORY OF STUDIES ON MADAGASCAN PLATYNOTINA
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Material examined
Internal structure of genitalia and larvae

Adult morphology and morphometrics

Morphometric abbreviations

Distribution
Abbreviations

BIOLOGY
Madagascan Tenebrionidae viviparity


TA X O N O M Y

Subtribe Platynotina Koch
Type genus
Systematic position and diagnostic characters

Larval morphology
     Taxonomic considerations

     Egg details
     First instar larva

     Clé d'identification des genres malgaches / Identification key to Malagasy genera
 

PLATYNOTOID GROUP
Genus Anchophthalmops Koch, 1956
Genus Lechius Iwan, 1995
     Clé d'identification des espèces / Identification key for the species
Genus Zidalus Mulsant et Rey, 1853

     Clé d'identification des espèces / Identification key for the species

MELANOCRATOID GROUP

Genus Clastopus Fairmaire, 1898
     Clé d’identification des espèces / Identification key for the species
Genus Doyenus Iwan, 1996

      Clé d’identification des espèces / Identification key for the species
Genus Hovademus Ardoin, 1974

      Clé d’identification des espèces / Identification key for the species
Genus Madobalus Fairmaire, 1901

Genus Melanocratus Fairmaire, 1895
Clé d’identification des espèces / Identification key for the species
Genus Pokryszkiella Iwan, 1996

Genus Sebastianus Iwan, 1996
     Clé d’identification des espèces / Identification key for the species
Genus Styphacus Fairmaire, 1901

Clé d’identification des espèces / Identification key for the species


CLADISTICS

Bibliographie / Bibliography

Maps

Black and white plates

Colour plates

Colour maps

Malagasy Platynotina species checklist

Index of taxa

Points de vente / Outlets

Déjà parus / Published volumes

The taxonomical study of the Coleoptera Platynotina of Madagascar is presented and illustrated.The Madagascan Platynotina include three main groups: (I) the genera Zidalus Mulsant et Rey (three species) and Anchophthalmops Koch (one species) occurring in bothMadagascar and the African continent; (II) the endemic genus Lechius Iwan (three species), and (III) the Madagascan "melanocratoid" generic group (eight genera, 30 species). TheMadagascan Platynotina comprise 37 species in 11 genera. The occurrence in Madagascar of one species, Anchophthalmops menouxi (Mulsant et Rey, 1853) needs confirmation. Bilingual French-English identification keys to genera and species are presented.

Language(s): English

Publisher: Éditions Quae

Co-publishers: MNHN, IRD

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Faune de Madagascar

Published: 21 june 2010

Reference Book: 02195

Reference eBook [ePub]: 02195EPB

Reference eBook [PDF]: 02195NUM

EAN13 Book: 9782759206308

EAN13 eBook [ePub]: 9782759223237

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759206315

Interior: Two-colour

Format (in mm) Book: [NR]

Pages count Book: 178

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 178

Weight (in grammes): 550 (Book)

Size: 20 Mo (ePub), 24 Mo (PDF)

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