Agrilus dianthus Kerremans

Jendek, Eduard, 2004, Revision of Agrilus acutus (Thunberg, 1787) and related species (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), Zootaxa 507, pp. 1-19: 7-9

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scientific name

Agrilus dianthus Kerremans
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new status

Agrilus dianthus Kerremans   , new status, Fig. 2 View FIGURES 1 – 6

dianthus Kerremans, 1892 b: 823   . ( Agrilus   ) new status nodosus Kerremans, 1894: 470   –471. (Agrilus) coelicus Bourgoin, 1922: 24   . ( Agrilus   )

dorri Bourgoin, 1925: 131   . ( Agrilus   )

Agrilus dianthus Kerremans   , lectotype Ψ, MCSN, designated by Descarpentries & Villiers (1963): “Bhamò Birmania Fea [leg.] [p] X [h] 188 [p] 6 [h] \ Typus [p] [red ink, red bor­ der] \ dianthus Kerr.   [h] [black border] \ A. dianthus Kerr.   typus! [h] [yellow label] \ dianthus Kerr.   Type [Kerremans' manuscript] \ Museo Civico di Genova [p]”. Number of syntypes is unknown. Descarpentries & Villiers (1963: 52, 53– 54) by the mention about type: “ Birmanie (type de dianthus   au Musée de Gênes)” validly fixed the lectotype ( ICZN, Article 74.6) and they proposed it as a subspecies of A. acutus   .

Type locality. [ Myanmar] Bhamò [24 ° 16 'N, 97 ° 14 'E].

Agrilus nodosus Kerremans   , lectotype ɗ, BMNH, by present designation: “SYN­ TYPE [p] [round label with blue border] \ Bima Boucard [leg.] [Kerremans' manuscript] \ nodosus Kerr.   Type [Kerremans' manuscript] \ Kerremans 1903 – 59. [p]” and one paralectotype from the same locality as lectotype. Described from two specimens. Descarpentries & Villiers (1963: 53, 54) proposed it as a synonym of A. acutus dianthus   .

Type locality. Bima [site unlocated]. Descarpentries & Villiers (1963) assumed Bima to be Birmanie [ Myanmar]: “ Birmanie (type de dianthus   au Musée de Gênes)”.

Agrilus coelicus Bourgoin   , lectotype Ψ, designated by Descarpentries & Villiers (1963), MNHN: “Vieng Vai 12 ­VI­ 1918 Luang Prab. [h] \ Agrilus coelicus   Type Bourg. [h] \ TYPE [p] [red ink] \ MUSÉUM PARIS 1935 coll. A. THÉRY [p]”. Single paralectotypes are preserved in BMNH and ISNB. Number of syntypes is unknown. Descarpentries & Villiers (1963: 54) by the mention about type: “Louang­Prabang (type de coelicus   , Muséum de Paris)” validly fixed the lectotype ( ICZN, Article 74.6). Descarpentries & Villiers (1963: 54) proposed it as a synonym of A. acutus dianthus   .

Type locality. [ Laos] Luang Prab. [= Louangphrabang province], Vieng Vai [site unlocated]. No type locality was cited by Bourgoin, but presumably “Indo­Chine française” as indicated in the title. The type locality is stipulated from the place of origin of the lectotype ( ICZN, Article 76.2.).

Agrilus dorri Bourgoin   , lectotype Ψ, designated by Descarpentries & Villiers (1963), MNHN: “Long Xuyen Cochinchine Dorr [p] \ Agrilus Dorri A. Bourgouin   [black ink] Type [red ink] [h]”. Number of syntypes is unknown. Descarpentries & Villiers (1963: 54) by the mention about type: “ Type de dorri   au Muséum de Paris” validly fixed the lectotype ( ICZN, Article 74.6). As a synonym of A. acutus dianthus   proposed by Descarpentries & Villiers (1963: 54).

Type locality. [ Vietnam] Cochinchine: Long Xuyen [10 ° 23 'N, 105 ° 25 'E].

Remarks. Agrilus dianthus   has an allopatric distribution with A. acutus   and has been considered as a subspecies of A. acutus   . The examination of numerous specimens has revealed that A. dianthus   is a generally larger (6.6–10.2 mm) and well distinguished species (see remarks at A. acutus   and key to species).

All records from peninsular SE Asia cited under the name A. acutus   or its synonyms pertains to A. dianthus   , for example Baudon 1961: 75 (as A. acutus   ). Very interesting is a single record of A. dianthus   from the Indonesian part of Borneo.

Specimens examined. CHINA: Yunnan: 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “S China, pr. Yunnan, 10– 14.VII. 1990, Jinghong [= Yunjinghong, 21 ° 58 'N, 100 ° 49 'E] S. Bečvář leg.”; 1 ex ( NMPC): “Yun‘nan’, 10 km N Czinduna [=? Jindun, 26 ° 30 'N, 100 ° 12 'E], 1250 m, 28.VI. 1956, A. Shnitnikov [in Russian]”; 2 exs ( NMPC): “Yun‘nan’, 30 km SW Czin’lina [site unlocated], 420 m, 21. IV. 1956 Khuan Kèzhen’ i dr. [in Russian]”. MYANMAR: 1 ɗ ( EJCB): “ Burma, Dawna­Berge [16 ° 50 'N, 98 ° 15 'E], 7.V. 1994, erw. Steinicke”; THAI­ LAND: 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “ Thailand, 11–15.V. 1993, Nan Pha Khab [site unlocated] P. Pacholátko & L. Dembický leg.”; Chiang Mai: 28 exs ( EJCB): “ Thailand N, 21.V.– 4.VI. 1995, Chiang Dao env. [19 ° 25 'N, 98 ° 52 'E], M. Sníżek leg.”; 1 ex ( EJCB): “ Thailand, Chiang Dao 1.VII. 1996, [19 ° 25 'N, 98 ° 52 'E], M. Kondler leg.”; 3 exs ( EJCB): “ Thailand, 10–16.V. 1991, Chiang Dao, 600 m, 19 ° 25 'N, 98 ° 52 'E, Vít Kubáň leg.”; 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “ Thai, 26–28.V. 1991, Palong, 750 m, 19 ° 55 'N, 99 °06'E, Vít Kubáň leg.”; Mae Hong Son: 4 exs ( EJCB): “ Thailand bor., prov. Mae Hong Son, Pai [19 ° 19 'N, 98 ° 27 'E] 16– 24.VII. 1995, R. Šigut leg.”; 1 ex ( EJCB): “ Thailand bor., prov. Mae Hong Son, Pai [19 ° 19 'N, 98 ° 27 'E] 24–30.IV. 1997, R. Šigut leg.”; 1 ex ( EJCB): “NW Thailand, Mae Hong Son, 17–23.V. 1991, Ban Huai Po, 19 ° 19 'N, 97 ° 59 'E, 1600–2000 m, L. Dembický leg.”; 1 ex ( EJCB): “ Thailand, Mae Hong Son, [19 ° 18 'N, 97 ° 58 'E], 1000 m, 16– 23.VI. 1993, J. Schneider leg.”; Nan: 1 ɗ, 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “ Thailand, Nan prov., Ban Huay Kon [19 ° 34 'N, 101 °05'E,] env., 27.V.– 10.VI. 2002, Prûdek, P. & Obořil, M. leg.”; 1 ɗ, 2 ΨΨ ( EJCB): “ Thailand, Nan prov., Ban Bo Klua env. [19 °03'N, 101 ° 10 'E] 13–26.V. 2002, Prûdek, P. & Obořil, M. leg.”; 1 ɗ ( EJCB): “Thailand­N, Nan prov., Bo Klua, 19 °03'N, 101 ° 10 'E, 700 m, 28.IV.– 1.V. 1999, D. Hauck leg.”; 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “Thailand­N, Nan prov., Bo Klua, 19 °08'N, 101 ° 10 'E, 700 m, 28.IV.– 1.V. 1999, M. Ř íha leg.”; Kanchanaburi: 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “ Thai, 9–13.IV. 1991, Thimonghta, 350 m, 15 °02'N, 98 ° 35 'E, Vít Kubáň leg.”; Kamphaeng Phet: 2 ɗɗ ( EJCB): “W Thailand, 2–5.VII. 1997, Khlong Lan Nat. Park [16 ° 11 'N, 99 ° 12 'E] 50 km SW Khamphaeng Phet, Kaláb, J. & Rejsek, J. leg.”; Yala: 4 ɗɗ, 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “S Thailand, Betong [5 ° 47 'N, 101 °04'E], Gunung Cang Dung vill., Yala dist. 25.III.– 22.IV. 1993, J. Horák leg.”. LAOS: Louang Namtha: 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “ Laos north, 5– 11.V.1997, 20 km NW Louang Namtha, N 21 °09.2, E 101 ° 18.7, alt. 900 ± 100 m, E. Jendek & O. Šauša leg.”; 1 ɗ, 1 Ψ( EJCB): “ Laos north, 13–24.V.1997, 15 km NW Louang Namtha, N 21 °07.5, E 101 °21.0, alt. 750 ± 100 m, E. Jendek & O. Šauša leg.”; 5 ΨΨ ( EJCB): “ Laos north, 24–30.V.1997, 20 km NW Louang Namtha, N 21 °09.2, E 101 ° 18.7, alt. 900 ± 100 m, E. Jendek & O. Šauša leg.”; Louangphrabang: 1 ɗ, 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “Laos­N (Louangphrabang) 11–21.V.2002, 19° 35 'N, 101 ° 58 'E, Thong Khan, ~ 750 m, Vít Kubáň leg.”; Vientiane: 1 ɗ, 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “ Laos centr., 27.IV.– 1.V.1997, 70 km NE Vientiane, Ban Phabat env., 150 m, N 18 ° 16.1, E 103 ° 10.9, E. Jendek & O. Šauša leg.”. VIETNAM: 5 ɗɗ, 3 ΨΨ ( EJCB): “S Vietnam, 1–15.V. 1994, Nam Cat Tien Nat. Park, [11 ° 27 'N, 107 ° 19 'E] P. Pacholátko & L. Dembický leg.”; 1 ɗ, 1 Ψ ( EJCB): “ Vietnam, Dong Nai prov. Ma Da forest [site unlocated], 1.VI. 1991, Vít Kubáň leg.”; 2 ΨΨ ( EJCB): “ Vietnam, Dongnai prov. Ma Da forest [site unlocated], 1.VI. 1991 ”; 1 ex ( EJCB): “ Vietnam, Hoa Binh [20 ° 50 'N, 105 ° 20 'E], 26–28.V. 1989 J. Secký leg.”; 1 ex ( EJCB): “ Vietnam, Ha nam ninh prov. Cuc Phuong [20 ° 18 'N, 105 ° 39 'E], 24–25.V. 1986, J. Víša leg.”. MALAYSIA: 1 ɗ ( EJCB): “W Malaysia, Johor, 30 km NE of Labis, Mt. Besar, [2 ° 31 'N, 103 °09'E], 800 m, 25–27.IV. 1997, P. Č echovský leg.”. INDONESIA 1 ɗ ( EJCB): “ Indonesia, Kalimantan W, 4–10.VIII. 1993, Nanga Ela env. [0° 24 'S, 111 ° 59 'E], Nanga Nyuruh, 700 m, J. Schneider leg.”.

Distribution. ( Fig. 16 View FIGURE 16 ) China: Yunnan province; Myanmar; Thailand; Laos; Vietnam; Cambodia ( Descarpentries & Villiers, 1963: 53–54 as A. acutus dianthus   ) Indonesia: Kalimantan.

MCSN

Museo Civico di Storia Naturale Giacomo Doria

MNHN

Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle

NMPC

National Museum Prague

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Buprestidae

Genus

Agrilus

Loc

Agrilus dianthus Kerremans

Jendek, Eduard 2004
2004
Loc

dorri

Bourgoin 1925: 131
1925
Loc

dianthus

Bourgoin 1922: 24
Kerremans 1894: 470
Kerremans 1892: 823
1892