Eurystylus Stål, 1871

Yasunaga, Tomohide, Nakatani, Yukinobu & Chérot, Frédéric, 2017, Review of the mirine plant bug genus Eurystylus Stål from Japan and Taiwan (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirinae), with descriptions of two new species, a new synonymy and a new combinatio, Zootaxa 4227 (3), pp. 301-324: 304

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4227.3.1

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Eurystylus Stål, 1871
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Genus Eurystylus Stål, 1871 

E. burmanicus ( Distant, 1904)  ( Fig. 2View FIGURE 2 E)— Distribution: China (Yunnan), India, Myanmar (Karen), Nepal* (Kathmandu Valley, Makawanpur), Thailand* (Chiang Mai).— Note: This tropical species is considered to be a closest relative of E. coelestialium ( Zheng et al., 2004)  , from which E. burmanicus  can be distinguished by the generally grayish brown body and a clear, creamy, mesal stripe on the scutellum.

E. coelestialium ( Kirkaldy, 1902)  — Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okushiri Is., Rishiri Is., Tsushima Is., South Chishima [= Kuril] Islands)  , China (nearly eastern half region), Korea, Russian Far East (Khabarovsky and Primorsky)  , Taiwan*.— Note: This species has the northernmost distribution among the congeners, as a result of successful adaptation to cold temperate zones.

E. costalis Stål, 1871  ( Fig. 2View FIGURE 2 F)—China (widely from northeast to central and southern parts), Indonesia (Java, Sumatra)  , Philippines, Thailand * (Nakhon Ratchasima), Pacific islands   , Papua New Guinea*.

E. jingfui Yasunaga, Nakatani & Chérot  , n. sp. — Taiwan (Kaohsiung). 

E. luteus Hsiao, 1941  ( Figs. 7View FIGURE 7, 8View FIGURE 8 B)— China (Anhui, Fujian, Guandong, Guizhou, Hainan, Jiangxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Zejiang)  , Korea?— Note: What has been identified as E. luteus  in Japan and Taiwan corresponds to E. sauteri  . Even the northernmost specimens in North Korea ( Fig. 8View FIGURE 8 B) cannot be positively separated from the holotype of E. sauteri  ( Fig. 8View FIGURE 8 C). Both taxa are presumed to be conspecific (see discussion below). 

E. ryukyus Yasunaga, Nakatani & Chérot  , n. sp. — Japan (southernmost areas of Shikoku & Kyushu, Koshiki Islands, Ryukyus  : Amami, Okinawa, Ishigaki, Iriomote & Yonaguni Islands )  , Taiwan.

E. sauteri Poppius, 1915  — Japan (Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Tsushima Island )  , China (Guanxi), Taiwan (Kaohsiung, Nantou)  .

Genus Eurystylopsis Poppius, 1911  [= Eurystylomorpha Poppius, 1915  , n. syn.]

Ep. angustatus Zheng & Lu, 1995  — China (Gansu). 

Ep. chinensis Zheng & Chen, 1991  — China (Sichuan, Yunnan). 

Ep. clavicornis (Jakovlev, 1890)  ( Fig. 8View FIGURE 8 H –I, 9A –B, 10D –E)— China (Fujian, Gansu, Guandong, Guanxi, Guizhou, Jiangxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Zejiang)  , Nepal *( Kathmandu Valley )  , Thailand * (Chiang Mai)  .

Ep. crassicornis ( Poppius, 1915)  , n. comb. [ Eurystylomorpha  ]— Taiwan (Kaohsiung, Nantou). 

Ep. hirtipes Zheng & Lu, 1995  — China (Gansu). 

Kingdom

Plantae

Loc

Eurystylus Stål, 1871

Yasunaga, Tomohide, Nakatani, Yukinobu & Chérot, Frédéric 2017
2017
Loc

E. coelestialium (

Zheng et al. 2004
2004
Loc

Ep. angustatus

Zheng & Lu 1995
1995
Loc

Ep. hirtipes

Zheng & Lu 1995
1995
Loc

Ep. chinensis

Zheng & Chen 1991
1991
Loc

E. luteus

Hsiao 1941
1941
Loc

E. sauteri

Poppius 1915
1915
Loc

Eurystylomorpha

Poppius 1915
1915
Loc

Ep. crassicornis (

Poppius 1915
1915
Loc

Eurystylopsis

Poppius 1911
1911
Loc

E. burmanicus (

Distant 1904
1904
Loc

E. coelestialium (

Kirkaldy 1902
1902
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Ep. clavicornis

Jakovlev 1890
1890
Loc

E. costalis Stål, 1871

Stal 1871
1871