Chrysina peruviana Kirby, 1828

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

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scientific name

Chrysina peruviana Kirby, 1828
status

 

Chrysina peruviana Kirby, 1828 

Chrysina peruviana  Kirby 1828: 523 [original combination].

Chrysina macropus  (Francillon) [syn. by Burmeister 1844: 416].

Chrysina peruviana  Kirby [revised species status by Hawks 2001: 2].

synonym. Pelidnota aeruginosa  Sturm, 1843

Pelidnota aeruginosa  Sturm, 1843: 337 [original combination].

Chrysina amoena  (Sturm) [syn. by Burmeister 1844: 417].

synonym. Plusiotis hoegei  Boucard, 1895

Plusiotis  högei Boucard, 1895: 4-5 [original combination].

Chrysina hoegei  Boucard [emendation by Machatschke 1972: 17].

Chrysina amoena  (Sturm) [syn. by Ohaus 1912: 308].

synonym. Pelidnota amoena  Sturm, 1843

Pelidnota amoena  Sturm, 1843: 337-338 [original combination].

Chrysina amoena  (Sturm) [new combination by Burmeister 1844: 417].

Chrysina peruviana  Kirby [syn. by Hawks 2001: 2].

Distribution.

MEXICO: Hidalgo, Puebla, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Veracruz ( Sturm 1843, Burmeister 1844, H. W. Bates 1888, Ohaus 1934b, Blackwelder 1944, Machatschke 1972, Morón 1990, Morón et al. 1997, Hawks 2001, Thomas et al. 2006, Delgado-Castillo and Márquez 2006, Krajcik 2008, Muñoz-Hernández et al. 2008, Márquez 2008, Márquez and Sierra-Martínez 2009, Márquez et al. 2013).

Types.

1 ♀ holotype at OUMNH ( Hawks 2001).

Remarks.

Krajcik (2012, 2013) erroneously listed C. amoena  as a valid name and omitted the name C. peruviana  . Chrysina peruviana  was reported from Guanajuato, Mexico ( Morón and Márquez 2012), but these data refer to C. aurilisternum  ( Pérez-Flores et al. 2016).