Icimauna reversa (Bates, 1881)

Galileo, Maria Helena M., Santos-Silva, Antonio & Wappes, James E., 2017, Two new species of Lamiinae, synonymies in Hemilophini, and corrections on the concept of four genera with transfers of three species (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae), Zootaxa 4247 (4), pp. 445-460: 453-454

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4247.4.6

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scientific name

Icimauna reversa (Bates, 1881)
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Icimauna reversa (Bates, 1881) 

( Figs 31–36View FIGURES 24 – 37. 24 – 30)

Tyrinthia reversa Bates, 1881b: 295  ; Aurivillius, 1923: 586 (cat.); Blackwelder, 1946: 623 (checklist); Gilmour, 1965: 634 (cat.).

Hemilophus reversus  ; Lameere, 1883: 74 (cat.).

Icimauna reversa  ; Martins & Galileo, 1991b: 820; Monné & Giesbert, 1994: 285 (checklist); Monné, 1995: 12 (cat.); 2005: 477 (cat.); Monné, et al., 2010: 248 (distr.); Monné, et al., 2012: 62, fig. 100 (distr.); Martins & Galileo, 2014a: 191; Monné, 2016: 746 (cat.).

Eranina tomentilla Mehl, Galileo, Martins & Santos-Silva, 2015: 32  , figs. 1–3; Monné, 2016: 730 (cat.). Syn. nov.

Tyrinthia humeralis Martins & Galileo, 2014b: 189  ; Monné, 2016: 787 (cat.). Syn. nov.

Bates (1881b) described Tyrinthia reversa  based on a single specimen from Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 24 – 37. 24 – 30). Lameere (1883) transferred the species to Hemilophus Audinet-Serville, 1835  , but Aurivillius (1923) kept the species in Tyrinthia Bates, 1866  . Later, Martins & Galileo (1991b) transferred T. reversa  to their new genus Icimauna  .

Martins & Galileo (2014b) described Tyrinthia humeralis  based on a series of males and females from Brazil (Goiás). Examination of the paratypes deposited at MZSP ( Fig. 31View FIGURES 24 – 37. 24 – 30) showed that T. humeralis  lacks the typical humeral carina present in the species of Tyrinthia  . Comparison with specimens of Icimauna reversa  deposited in the MZSP collection ( Figs 32–34View FIGURES 24 – 37. 24 – 30) makes it clear that T. humeralis  is simply a variation of I. reversa  . Thus, T. humeralis  is synonymized with I. reversa  .

Mehl et al. (2015) describe Eranina tomentilla  based on a single female from Paraguay ( Fig. 35View FIGURES 24 – 37. 24 – 30). Along with T. humeralis  , E. tomentilla  is simply another color variation of Icimauna reversa  , and hence is also synonymized with it.

Icimauna reversa  shows notable variation in the color of elytral pubescence ( Figs 31–36View FIGURES 24 – 37. 24 – 30), and also some variation in pronotal pubescence. However, there are no other morphological characters evident which allow separation of the specimens.

Material examined. BRAZIL, Goiás: Rio Verde , 1 male, 3 females (paratypes of Tyrinthia humeralis  ), no other data ( MZSPAbout MZSP)  ; Jataí , 1 male (paratype of Tyrinthia humeralis  ), no other data ( MZSPAbout MZSP)  . Rio de Janeiro: Itatiaia (700 m), 1 female, 4.III.1924, F. Zikán col. ( MZSPAbout MZSP)  . São Paulo: Rodrigues Alves , 1 female, 9–11.XII.1943, Araújo & Prado col. ( MZSPAbout MZSP)  New state record. Santa Catarina: Corupá (Hansa Humboldt), 1 female, XI.1944, no collector indicated ( MZSPAbout MZSP)  . PARAGUAY, San Pedro: La Florida (56°59'W / 24°29'S), 27.IV.2012, holotype female of Eranina tomentilla, U. Drechsel  col. ( MZSPAbout MZSP)GoogleMaps  .

MZSP

Sao Paulo, Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de Sao Paulo

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Cerambycidae

Genus

Icimauna

Loc

Icimauna reversa (Bates, 1881)

Galileo, Maria Helena M., Santos-Silva, Antonio & Wappes, James E. 2017

2017
Loc

Eranina tomentilla

Monne 2016: 730Mehl 2015: 32

2016
Loc

Tyrinthia humeralis

Monne 2016: 787Martins 2014: 189

2016
Loc

Icimauna reversa

Monne 2016: 746
Martins 2014: 191
Monne 2012: 62
Monne 2010: 248
Monne 1995: 12
Monne 1994: 285
Martins 1991: 820

1991
Loc

Tyrinthia reversa

Gilmour 1965: 634
Blackwelder 1946: 623
Aurivillius 1923: 586Bates 1881: 295

1923
Loc

Hemilophus reversus

Lameere 1883: 74

1883