Agonum (Olisares), Motschulsky, 1865,

Bousquet, Yves, 2012, Catalogue of Geadephaga (Coleoptera, Adephaga) of America, north of Mexico, ZooKeys 245, pp. 1-1722: 755

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scientific name

Agonum (Olisares)
status

 

Subgenus Olisares Motschulsky, 1865 

Olisares  Motschulsky, 1865: 326. Type species: Olisares flavolimbatus  Motschulsky, 1865 (= Carabus pallipes  Fabricius, 1792) designated by Liebherr (1991a: 120). Etymology. Probably an arbitrary combination of letters [masculine].

Taphranchus  Casey, 1920: 52. Type species: Agonum excavatum  Dejean, 1828 designated by Lindroth (1966: 623). Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 203). Etymology. From the Greek taphros (ditch, trench, by extension stria) and the generic name Anchus  [q.v.] [masculine].

Stictanchus  Casey, 1920: 54. Type species: Feronia extensicollis  Say, 1823 designated by Lindroth (1966: 625). Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 203). Etymology. From the Greek stictos (punctured) and the generic name Anchus  [q.v.] [masculine].

Deratanchus  Casey, 1920: 70. Type species: Platynus quadrimaculatus  Horn, 1885 by monotypy. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 202).

Circinalia  Casey, 1920: 72. Type species: Feronia punctiformis  Say, 1823 by original designation. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 203).

Circinalidia  Casey, 1920: 78. Type species: Agonum aeruginosum  Dejean, 1828 designated by Bousquet and Larochelle (1993: 258). Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 203).

Micragonum  Casey, 1920: 80. Type species: Feronia nutans  Say, 1823 by original designation. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 203). Etymology. From the Greek micros (small, little) and the generic name Agonum  [q.v.] [neuter].

Stereagonum  Casey, 1920: 80. Type species: Agonum ferreum  Haldeman, 1843 designated by Lindroth (1966: 624). Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 203). Etymology. From the Greek stereos (solid, firm, hard) and the generic name Agonum  [q.v.] [neuter].

Melanagonum  Casey, 1920: 111. Type species: Agonum melanarium  Dejean, 1828 designated by Lindroth (1966: 598). Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 202). Etymology. From the Greek melanos (black) and the generic name Agonum  [q.v.] [neuter].

Punctagonum  Gray, 1937: 311. Type species: Platynus belleri  Hatch, 1933 by monotypy. Synonymy established by Liebherr and Schmidt (2004: 203). Etymology. From the Latin punctum (small hole, by extension puncture) and the generic name Agonum  [q.v.] [neuter].

Diversity.

Seventy-two species in the Nearctic (50 species), Neotropical (14 species in Middle America but only two endemic), and Palaearctic (21 species, one Holarctic) Regions.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Hexapoda

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Carabidae

Genus

Agonum

Loc

Agonum (Olisares)

Bousquet, Yves 2012
2012
Loc

Punctagonum

Gray 1937
1937
Loc

Platynus belleri

Hatch 1933
1933
Loc

Taphranchus

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Stictanchus

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Deratanchus

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Circinalia

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Circinalidia

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Micragonum

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Stereagonum

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Melanagonum

Casey 1920
1920
Loc

Platynus quadrimaculatus

G. Horn 1885
1885
Loc

Olisares flavolimbatus

Motschulsky 1865
1865
Loc

Anchus

LeConte 1854
1854
Loc

Anchus

LeConte 1854
1854
Loc

Agonum ferreum

Haldeman 1843
1843
Loc

Agonum excavatum

Dejean 1828
1828
Loc

Agonum aeruginosum

Dejean 1828
1828
Loc

Agonum melanarium

Dejean 1828
1828
Loc

Feronia extensicollis

Say 1823
1823
Loc

Feronia punctiformis

Say 1823
1823
Loc

Feronia nutans

Say 1823
1823
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810
Loc

Agonum

Bonelli 1810
1810