Chrysina beyeri (Skinner, 1905)

Moore, Matthew R., Jameson, Mary L., Garner, Beulah H., Audibert, Cedric, Smith, Andrew B. T. & Seidel, Matthias, 2017, Synopsis of the pelidnotine scarabs (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Rutelinae, Rutelini) and annotated catalog of the species and subspecies, ZooKeys 666, pp. 1-349: 1

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.666.9191

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:B3C377E8-BBB1-4F32-8AEC-A2C22D1E625A

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Chrysina beyeri (Skinner, 1905)
status

 

Chrysina beyeri (Skinner, 1905) 

Plusiotis beyeri  Skinner, 1905: 289-290 [original combination].

Chrysina beyeri  (Skinner) [new combination by Hawks 2001: 7].

synonym. Plusiotis ampliata  Casey, 1915

Plusiotis ampliata  Casey, 1915: 82 [original combination].

Plusiotis beyeri  Skinner [syn. by Cazier 1951: 5].

synonym. Plusiotis beyeri ocularis  Casey, 1915

Plusiotis beyeri ocularis  Casey, 1915: 83 [original combination].

Plusiotis beyeri  Skinner [syn. by Cazier 1951: 4].

Distribution.

MEXICO: Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Sonora ( Coolidge 1911, Ohaus 1918, 1934b, Blackwelder 1944, Machatschke 1972, Thomas et al. 2006, Lugo et al. 2011). USA: Arizona ( Skinner 1905, Biederman 1907, Coolidge 1911, Casey 1915, Ohaus 1918, 1934b, Leng 1920, Blackwelder 1939, 1944, Cazier 1951, Machatschke 1972, Gibson and Carrillo 1959, Morón 1990, 1991, Hardy 1991, Thomas et al. 2006, Krajcik 2008).