Euwallacea fornicatus (Eichhoff, 1868)

Gomez, Demian F., Rabaglia, Robert J., Fairbanks, Katherine E. O. & Hulcr, Jiri, 2018, North American Xyleborini north of Mexico: a review and key to genera and species (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Scolytinae), ZooKeys 768, pp. 19-68: 32-33

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.768.24697

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scientific name

Euwallacea fornicatus (Eichhoff, 1868)
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Euwallacea fornicatus (Eichhoff, 1868)  Fig. 11

Xyleborus fornicatus  Eichhoff, 1868.

Xyleborus fornicatior  Eggers, 1923. Synonymy Beeson 1930 (as variety).

Xyleborus whitfordiodendrus  Schedl, 1942. Synonymy Wood 1989.

Xyleborus perbrevis  Schedl, 1951. Synonymy Wood,1989.

Xyleborus schultzei  Schedl, 1951. Synonymy Beaver 1991.

Xyleborus tapatapaoensis  Schedl, 1951. Synonymy Wood 1989.

Type material.

Syntypes: Ceylon; ZMUH, lost.

Distribution.

Africa; Asia; Central America (introduced): Costa Rica, Panama; North America (introduced): Mexico, United States: California, Florida, Hawaii; Oceania (introduced); South America (introduced): Brazil.

Notes.

This species is a complex of several distinct genotypes, the most common of which are known as the Tea shot hole borer, Polyphagous shot hole borer, and the Kuroshio shot hole borer ( Stouthamer et al. 2017). The different lineages are supported by rapidly evolving mitochondrial genes and more conserved nuclear gene regions. Although these potential different species display morphological differences, reliable morphological diagnosis has not been established ( Chen et al. 2016).