Scythropopsis, Thomson, 1864

Santos-Silva, Antonio, Botero, Juan Pablo & Wappes, James E., 2020, Neotropical Acanthoderini (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Lamiinae): Synonymies and new status in some genera, new species, transferences and new distributional records, Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia 60, pp. 1-40: 2

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.11606/1807-0205/2020.60.06

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:D696AE0B-C11E-4A5A-B42B-2A841532E842

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3728382

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/102487A5-FF97-FFF5-1B63-FA62FA7FF813

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Carolina

scientific name

Scythropopsis
status

 

The following key incorporates the primary characters needed to separate the genera involved in this study:

1. Eyes very finely granulated ( Figs.1‑3View Figures 1-9, 10‑12View Figures 10-18) ....................................2

— Eyes slightly to distinctly coarsely granulated ( Figs.4‑6, 7‑9View Figures 1-9, 13‑15View Figures 10-18).3

2(1). Elytra distinctly carinate dorsally ( Fig.10View Figures 10-18)....................... Scythropopsis 

— Elytra without carina distant from suture ( Fig.1View Figures 1-9)................................. ............................... Acanthoderes (Acanthoderes)  and A. (Pardalisia)

3(1). Pronotum ( Figs. 13‑14View Figures 10-18) with distinct central depression, from near base to near apex or only in anterior region, margined by lateral elevation (carinate or not)........................................... Symperasmus 

— Pronotum ( Figs. 4‑5, 7‑8View Figures 1-9) not distinctly depressed centrally, nor with lateral tubercles forming carina................................... Aegomorphus