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Taxonomic revision of the Oriental species of Dicranopselaphus Guérin-Méneville (Coleoptera: Psephenidae: Eubriinae)

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The genus Dicranopselaphus Guérin-Méneville (= Spineubria Nakane, syn. n.) from the Oriental region is revised. Twenty-seven species are recognized, of which twenty-one are described as new: D. bicolor, D. brevicornis, D. doiinthanonus, D. emasensis, D. fangensis, D. flavus, D. jaechi, D. jiangxiensis, D. malickyi, D. morimotoi, D. sichuanensis, D. nagaii, D. nantai, D. nepalensis, D. sabahensis, D. sakaii, D. sarawacensis, D. schneideri, D. similis, D. taiwanus, and D.yamasakii. The following combinations and synonyms are proposed: Grammeubria emmanueli Pic, 1918 and G. atra Pic, 1938 = D. emmanueli (Pic); Grammeubria javana Pic, 1916 = D. javanus (Pic); Ectopria multimaculata Pic, 1934 = D. multimaculatus (Pic); Spineubria reticulata Nakane, 1952 = D. reticulatus (Nakane); Grammeubria rufa Pic, 1916 and Spineubria yasumatsui Chûjô & Satô, 1975 = D. rufus (Pic); and Grammeubria testaceicornis Pic, 1923 = D. testaceicornis (Pic). Lectotypes are designated for D. emmanueli, D. javanus, D. multimaculatus, D. rufus, and D. testaceicornis.

Affiliations: 1: C.-F. Lee, Museum of Biological Diversity, The Ohio State University, 1315 Kinnear Road, Columbus OH 43212-1192, U.S.A.; 2: P-S. Yang, Department of Plant Pathology & Entomology, National Taiwan University, Tai- pei, Taiwan, 107, R.O.C.


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