Platynus (Agonum), Bonelli, 1810,

Bousquet, Yves, 2012, Catalogue of Geadephaga (Coleoptera, Adephaga) of America, north of Mexico, ZooKeys 245, pp. 1-1722: 753

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scientific name

Platynus (Agonum)
status

 

Subgenus Agonum Bonelli, 1810 

Agonum  Bonelli, 1810: Tabula Synoptica. Type species: Carabus marginatus  Linnaeus, 1758 designated by Curtis (1827: plate 183).

Megalonychus  Chaudoir, 1843a: 418. Type species: Megalonychus madagascariensis  Chaudoir, 1843 by monotypy. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 202). Etymology (original). From the Greek prefix megalo - (large) and onychos (claws), alluding to the size of the last tarsomeres (" tarsi sublineares; articulis ... ultimo longissimo ") of the adult [masculine].

Agonocyrthes  Motschulsky, 1865: 317. Type species: Agonocyrthes orbicollis  Motschulsky, 1865 (= Agonum sinense  Csiki, 1931) by original designation. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 202).

Agonopsis  Semenov, 1889a: 359 [junior homonym of Agonopsis  Gill, 1861]. Type species: Anchomenus humerosus  Semenov, 1889 by monotypy. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 202). Etymology. From the generic name Agonum  [q.v.] and the Greek suffix - opsis (having the appearance of) [feminine].

Platynopsis  Lutshnik, 1915d: 186. Type species: Agonum semenowi  Lutshnik, 1915 (= Agonum rugicolle  Chaudoir, 1846) by original designation. Synonymy established by Schmidt andLiebherr (2009: 228). Etymology. From the generic name Platynus  [q.v.] and the Greek suffix - opsis (having the appearance of) [feminine].

Paragonum  Casey, 1920: 123. Type species: Feronia placida  Say, 1823 designated by Lindroth (1966: 613). Synonymy established by Ball (1960b: 133). Etymology. From the Greek para (near) and the generic name Agonum  [q.v.] [neuter].

Nagonium  Habu, 1956c: 166. Type species: Agonum kitanoi  Habu, 1956 by original designation. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 202).

Liebherrius  Shilenkov [in Kryzhanovskij et al.], 1995: 115. Type species: Anchomenus bicolor  Dejean, 1828 by original designation. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 202).

Agonops  Bousquet, 2002b: 5. Replacement name for Agonopsis  Semenov, 1889. Etymology. From the generic name Agonum  [q.v.] and the Greek suffix - ops (having the appearance of) [masculine].

Diversity.

Twenty-nine species in the Nearctic (four species, of which one extends into southern Mexico and one is adventive), Palaearctic (24 species, of which one is Holarctic), and Afrotropical (three species in eastern Africa including Madagascar) Regions.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Hexapoda

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Carabidae

Genus

Platynus

Loc

Platynus (Agonum)

Bousquet, Yves 2012
2012
Loc

Agonops

Bousquet 2002
2002
Loc

Nagonium

Habu 1956
1956
Loc

Agonum sinense

Csiki 1931
1931
Loc

Paragonum

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Agonum semenowi

Lutshnik 1915
1915
Loc

Anchomenus humerosus

Semenov 1889
1889
Loc

Agonocyrthes

Motschoulsky 1864
1864
Loc

Megalonychus

Chaudoir 1843
1843
Loc

Megalonychus madagascariensis

Chaudoir 1843
1843
Loc

Feronia placida

Say 1823
1823
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810
Loc

Platynus

Bonelli 1810
1810
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810