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Weevils of the Tribe Acalyptini (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Curculioninae): Redefinition and a Taxonomic Treatment of the Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese Species

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概要 The tride Acalyptini is redefined, distiguished from the tribe Derelomoni and placed in the subfamily Curculioninae. Most genera classified in Derelomini from Asia are transferred to Acalyptini: Derel...omorphus Marshall, Endela Oascoe, Eudelodes Zimmerman, Meredolus Marshall, Nodocnemus Marshall and Tithene Oascoe. Thus, at least in the Malesia (Malay Peninsula to New Guinea), Pacific islands and also Australia, weevils associated with the flowers of palms belong not to Derelomini but ti Acalyptini except for introduced species. The genera Orsophagus Roelofs and Imera Pascoe, which were synonymized with Acalyptus Schoenherr and Amorphoidea Motschulsky, respectivery, are resurrected to the status of full genera. All the genera classified in Acalyptini are briefly reviewed and a key to them in provied. Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese species are treated taxonomically, and a total of 5 genera and 7 species are recognized including the following nre species: Orsophagus subfasciatus [Japan, Taiwan and Thailand], Parimera flava [Japan], P. subflava [Taiwan] and Imera formosana [Taiwan]. Amorphoidea gososyppi (Pierce) known from the philippines is synonymous with A. lata, one of the famous pests of cotton in the Philippines. The genera Imera and parimera are recorded in this area fir the first time.続きを見る

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