Geostiba

Gusarov, Vladimir I., 2002, A revision of Nearctic species of the genus Geostiba Thomson, 1858 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae), Zootaxa 81, pp. 1-88: 84

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.155701

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

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scientific name

Geostiba
status

 

Geostiba  ( Typhlusida Casey, 1906  )

Typhlusida Casey, 1906: 263  (Type species: Sipalia flava Kraatz, 1856  , by original designation) (as genus in subtribe Bolitocharina  Thomson, 1859).

Typhlusida: Fenyes, 1920: 249  (as synonym of Sipalia Mulsant & Rey, 1853  ).

Typhlusida: Bernhauer & Scheerpeltz, 1926: 599  (as synonym of Sipalia  ).

Tylosipalia Scheerpeltz, 1951: 174  (Type species: Sipalia flava Kraatz, 1856  , by original designation) (as subgenus of Sipalia  ).

Typhlusida: Blackwelder, 1952: 163  (as synonym of Evanystes Gistel, 1856  ).

Typhlusida: Seevers, 1978: 126  (as synonym of Geostiba  ).

Typhlusida: Lohse, 1989: 209  (as subgenus of Geostiba  ).

Tylosipalia: Lohse, 1989: 209  (as synonym of Typhlusida  ).

Typhlusida: Ashe  in Newton, Thayer, Ashe & Chandler, 2000: 371 (as synonym of Geostiba  ).

By original designation Sipalia flava ( Kraatz, 1856)  is the type species of both Typhlusida  and Tylosipalia  . Consequently, Tylosipalia  is a junior objective synonym of Typhlusida  . This synonymy was established by Lohse (1989) but overlooked by Ashe (Newton et al., 2000). Typhlusida  is a valid subgenus of Geostiba  and includes 13 west Palaearctic species.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Staphylinidae

Loc

Geostiba

Gusarov, Vladimir I. 2002
2002
Loc

Typhlusida:

Newton 2000: 371
2000
Loc

Typhlusida

Casey 1906: 263
Loc

Typhlusida:

Fenyes 1920: 249
Loc

Typhlusida:

Bernhauer 1926: 599
Loc

Tylosipalia

Scheerpeltz 1951: 174
Loc

Typhlusida:

Blackwelder 1952: 163
Loc

Typhlusida:

Seevers 1978: 126
Loc

Typhlusida:

Lohse 1989: 209
Loc

Tylosipalia:

Lohse 1989: 209