Adioristidius Morrone, 1994,

Morrone, Juan J., 2013, The subtribes and genera of the tribe Listroderini (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Cyclominae): Phylogenetic analysis with systematic and biogeographical accounts, ZooKeys 273, pp. 15-71: 22

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Adioristidius Morrone, 1994  Fig. 18

Adioristidius  Voss, 1954: 242 (not available, type species not designated).

Anchadioristus  Voss, 1954: 242 (not available, type species not designated).

Adioristidus  Edwards & Hopwood, 1966: 5 (lapsus).

Adioristidius  Morrone, 1994c: 13.

Type species.

Adioristus similaris  Voss, 1954.

Diagnosis.

Small to very small (1.5-4.1 mm); vestiture consisting of seta-like scales and setae; antennal clubs fusiform; pronotum subcylindrical, disc rugose; metanepisternal sutures posteriorly fused or obliterated; elytral intervals convex.

Relationships.

Adioristidius  is the sister genus of Macrostyphlus-Andesianellus  .

Species included.

Adioristidius anchonoideus  (Hustache, 1938); Adioristidius carinicollis  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius chilensis  Morrone, 1994; Adioristidius costulatus  (Hustache, 1938); Adioristidius crassirostris  (Hustache, 1938); Adioristidius cuprisquameus  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius granulatus  (Hustache, 1938); Adioristidius hirsutus  Morrone, 1994; Adioristidius hydanius  Morrone, 1994; Adioristidius jorgei  Morrone, 1994; Adioristidius lidiae  Morrone, 1994; Adioristidius manu  Morrone, 1994; Adioristidius morio  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius nivalis  (Kuschel, 1949); Adioristidius pampaensis  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius peruvianus  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius puncticollis  (Hustache, 1938); Adioristidius scrobicollis  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius similaris  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius subimpressus  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius subtuberculatus  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius sulcicollis  (Hustache, 1938); Adioristidius tuberculatus  (Voss, 1954); Adioristidius variegatus  (Voss, 1954).

Host plants.

Adioristidius chilensis  : Mulinum  spp. ( Apiaceae  ); Adioristidius tuberculatus  : Solanum tuberosum  L. ( Solanaceae  ) ( Morrone 1994c).

Geographical distribution.

South American Transition Zone (Puna biogeographical province) and Central Chilean and Subantarctic subregions (Andean region), from Peru to Central Chile ( Morrone 1994c).

Material examined.

Adioristidius anchonoideus  (CMNC, DEI, MLP, MZFC), Adioristidius chilensis  (MHNS), Adioristidius costulatus  (DEI), Adioristidius crassirostris  (DEI), Adioristidius granulatus  (DEI), Adioristidius hirsutus  (MHNS, MLP, MZFC), Adioristidius hydanius  (DEI), Adioristidius jorgei  (MHNS, MLP, MZFC), Adioristidius lidiae  (CMNC), Adioristidius manu  (CMNC, FMNH), Adioristidius morio  (CWOB, MLP, MZFC), Adioristidius nivalis  (MHNS, NZAC), Adioristidius puncticollis  (DEI, MZFC), Adioristidius similaris  (DEI), Adioristidius sulcicollis  (DEI), Adioristidius tuberculatus  (CWOB, MZFC, USNM), Adioristidius variegatus  (DEI).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Curculionidae

Loc

Adioristidius Morrone, 1994

Morrone, Juan J. 2013
2013
Loc

Adioristidus

Edwards & Hopwood 1966
1966
Loc

Anchadioristus

Voss 1954
1954