Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854

Borowiec, Lech & Świętojańska, Jolanta, 2022, A monograph of the Afrotropical Cassidinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Part 6. Revision of the tribe Cassidini 3, the genus Cassida L., Zootaxa 5171 (1), pp. 1-250 : 58-62

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Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854
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Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854

( figs. 16 View FIGURE 16 , 241–245 View FIGURES 241–245 )

Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854: 395 , 1856: 129, 1862: 308; Gemminger & Harold, 1876: 3653; Kolbe, 1898: 344; Spaeth, 1912 a: 503; Shaw, 1956: 268, 1961: 30, 1972: 73; Borowiec, 1986: 805, 1995: 371, 1999: 249, 2005: 122; Węgrzynowicz & Wąsowska, 1996: 41; Rice, 2003: 81; Heron, 2003: 33; Borowiec & Świetojańska, 2013: 77.

Cassida (Cassida) dorsovittata: Spaeth, 1914 b: 118 .

Cassida insularis Boheman, 1854: 433 , 1856: 136, 1862: 335; Gemminger & Harold, 1876: 3655; Weise, 1910: 442, 505; Borowiec, 1999: 249 (as syn. of dorsovittata ).

Cassida (Cassida) insularis: Spaeth, 1914 b: 115 .

Cassida Coquereli Boheman, 1862: 308 ; Gemminger & Harold, 1876: 3653; Weise, 1910: 505; Borowiec, 1999: 249 (as syn. of dorsovittata ).

Cassida (Cassida) Coquereli : Spaeth, 1914 b: 115.

Cassida pallescens Boheman, 1862: 334 ; Gemminger & Harold, 1876: 3657; Weise, 1910: 505; Borowiec, 1999: 249 (as syn. of dorsovittata ).

Cassida (Cassida) pallescens: Spaeth, 1914 b: 116 .

Cassida hebes Weise, 1900: 217 ; Spaeth, 1922: 1002, 1943: 62; Borowiec, 1999: 249 (as syn. of dorsovittata ).

Cassida (Cassida) hebes: Spaeth, 1914 b: 118 .

Cassida breviuscula Fairmaire, 1904: 274 ; Weise, 1910: 505; Spaeth, 1912 a: 503; Borowiec, 1999: 249 (as syn. of dorsovittata ).

Cassida (Cassida) breviuscula: Spaeth, 1914 b: 115 .

Cassida (Cassidula) striola Weise, 1910: 481 , 505; Borowiec, 1999: 249 (as syn. of dorsovittata ).

Cassida (Cassida) striola: Spaeth, 1914 b: 116 .

Description. L: 4.10–5.15 mm, W: 3.10–3.65 mm, Lp: 1.50–1.80 mm, Wp: 2.60–3.10 mm, L/W ratio 1.26–1.50, Wp/Lp ratio: 1.66–1.81. Body short–oval to oval, males stouter than females ( figs. 241, 242, 244, 245 View FIGURES 241–245 ).

Dorsum uniformly yellow or green ( figs. 241, 242 View FIGURES 241–245 , in C. dorsovittata green colour typical for live specimens is often preserved in dried specimens). Occasionally, along suture runs paler yellow band marked with several small brown spots or only with some punctures with brown areola ( fig. 244 View FIGURES 241–245 ), in extreme case elytral disc with brown lyriform figure ( fig. 245 View FIGURES 241–245 ). Clypeus from uniformly yellow to mostly black, ventrites in populations from Africa usually uniformly yellow, in populations from Madagascar mostly black, only abdomen narrowly surrounded by yellow. Legs usually yellow but in populations from Madagascar with black femora except yellowish apex and more or less infuscate tibiae. Antennae vary from uniformly yellow to partly black, in African populations predominate specimens with uniformly yellow antennae or with only last segment infuscate, in populations from Madagascar predominate populations with infuscate to black apical 4–5 segments.

Pronotum regularly elliptical, with maximum width approximately in the middle, sides broadly rounded. Disc only slightly convex, on sides indistinctly separated from explanate margin. Surface of disc impunctate, at most with extremely fine and sparse pricks, opaque. Explanate margin smooth, transparent with well visible honeycomb structure, its surface from opaque to slightly shiny but without mirror brilliance.

Base of elytra only moderately wider than base of pronotum, in male usually much wider than in female, basal margin without black crenulation, humeral angles only slightly protruding anterad, subangulate. Disc almost regularly convex in profile ( fig. 243 View FIGURES 241–245 ), with top of convexity in postscutellar point, with indistinct scutellar and principal impressions, at top with low H–shaped elevation. In populations from Madagascar impressions on elytra are less marked than in populations from Africa. Punctation moderately coarse but dense, forms completely regular, not impressed rows. Punctures disposed in rows dense, interspaces mostly narrower than punctures. Marginal row distinct, with coarse and moderately dense punctures, twice coarser than in central rows. Intervals flat, from 1.5 times to twice wider than rows. Marginal interval well marked on entire length, broad, in anterior half as wide as two submarginal rows and submarginal interval combined, no humeral and lateral folds. Surface of intervals slightly opaque. Explanate margin moderately declivous, broad, in the widest part approximately four times narrower than disc. Surface of explanate margin moderately coarse and densely punctate, appears irregular, semitransparent with well marked honeycomb structure. Apex of elytral epipleura bare.

Eyes large, gena obsolete. Clypeus approximately as long as wide, frontal grooves fine, converging in regular triangle with obtuse apex. Area between groove and margin of eye with row of short setae. Surface of clypeal plate flat glabrous, smooth or with few very small punctures, opaque. Labrum broadly emarginate to 1/4 length. Antennae moderately slim, segments 9–10 approximately as long as wide. Length ratio of antennal segments: 100:55:68:68:6 4:55:55:45:55:59:123. Segment 3 approximately 1.2 times as long as segment 2 and as long as segment 4.

Prosternal collar as long as length of last palpomere. Prosternal process broad, strongly expanded apically, not impressed along lateral margins, area between coxae slightly convex, smooth and shiny, without sculpture, rhomboidal apex in the middle slightly convex, shiny, without special sculpture.

Claws simple.

Host plants. Amaranthus viridis L. ( Taylor 1965); Achyranthes aspera L. var. pubescens (Moq.) Towns. , Amaranthus dubius Mart. ex Thell. , Amaranthus viridis L., Alternanthera ficoidea (L.) R.Brown ex Roem Schult., Celosia argentea L. (H. Heron pers. comm.); Chenopodiaceae : Beta vulgaris L., Beta vulgaris var. cicla L., Chenopodium album L., Chenopodium murale L., Rhagodia parabolica R. Brown , Rhagodia sp. (Addington type) (H. Heron pers. comm.).

Distribution. Entire tropical Africa ( fig. 16 View FIGURE 16 ). The most widely distributed species, the only Afrotropical Cassida species common for both Africa and Madagascar (for detailed locality data in Madagascar see Borowiec & Świętojańska 2013).

Remarks. This is a unique species, not related to any African members of the genus Cassida . The combination of characters: small size, colouration uniformly yellow or green or with only scattered pattern of reddish or brown spots or stripes, pronotal sides broadly rounded, base of elytra only moderately wider than base of pronotum, completely regular elytral punctation, surface of disc impunctate, at most with extremely fine and sparse pricks, opaque, and elytral disc almost regularly convex in profile, with indistinct scutellar and principal impressions, at top with low H–shaped elevation ( figs. 241–245 View FIGURES 241–245 ) distinguish C. dorsovitatta from all species with predominant yellow or green dorsal colouration.

Types examined. Lectotype of Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854 , designated by Borowiec, 1999: 249: [ SOUTH AFRICA]: Cap B. Sp., Vahlberg (NRS); paralectotype of Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854 , designated by Borowiec, 1999: 249: [ SOUTH AFRICA]: Capland Christph. No. 272 (IZPAS); four paraectotypes of Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854 , designated by Borowiec, 1999: 249: [ SOUTH AFRICA]: Pt. Nat., I. Vahlb. (NRS); two syntypes of Cassida coquereli Boheman, 1862 : [ COMORES]: Mayotte, Coquerel (MNHN, NRS); holotype of Cassida pallescens Boheman, 1862 : [ COMORES]: Mayotte, Coquerel (MNHN); lectotype and paralectotype of Cassida hebes Weise, 1900 , present designation: [ TANZANIA]: Mombo, VII 1899 (ZMHU); syntype of Cassida breviuscula Fairmaire, 1904 : [ MADAGASCAR]: Soalala, Perrier (MNHN). Location of types of Cassida insularis Boheman, 1854 and Cassida (Cassidula) striola Weise, 1910 is unknown.

Other specimens examined. BENIN: Zagnanado , 8–14 V 1950, 1, A. Villiers ( IFAN) .

BURKINA FASO: Haute Volta, Melou, 1 (IRSN).

CAMEROON: Douala, 1, David (NMP); Moliwe n. Victoria, 1, F. v. Maltzan (ZMHU), 1898, 1, Fülleborn (ZMHU).

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (ZAIRE): Aba , VIII 1938, 1, P. Lefčvre ( MRAC) ; Albert Nat. Park , riv. Kihuhuma, rég. Mugando, 27 IV 1945, 1, G.F. de Witte ( MRAC) ; Albert Nat. Park , Massif Ruwenzori , riv. Kakalari, affl. Bombi, 1725 m, 12 VI 1954, 3, P. Vanschuytbroeck and H. Synave (2 MRAC, 1 MNHW) ; Albert Nat. Park , Massif Ruwenzori, Mont Degio, 2200 m, 19 VII 1954, 1, P. Vanschuytbroeck ( MRAC) ; Albert Nat. Park , Secteur Tshiaberimu , riv. Kalivina, affl. Talya Nord, 2350 m, 25 IV 1955, 1, P. Vanschuytbroeck and R. Fonteyn ( MRAC) ; Albert Nat. Park , Uele, Monga, 18 IV–8 V 1935, 1, de Witte ( MRAC) ; Amadi , 24–28 II 1913, 1, P. Van den Plas ( MRAC) ; Congo da Lemba , X–XII 1911, 2, V 1912, 1, I–II 1913, 7, II–III 1913, 6, R. Mayné ( MM, MRAC, MNHW) ; Dungu , XI 1919, 1, Van den Plas ( MRAC) ; Elisabethville , VI 1936, 5, Ch. Seydel ( MRAC) ; Equateur , Flandria, 1928, 1, VI 1928, 1, R.P. Hulstaert ( MRAC) ; Garamba Nat. Park , XII 1951 – II 1952, 23, De Saeger ( MRAC) ; Ituri , Bunia, VII 1937, 1, H.J. Bredo ( MRAC) ; Karemi , V 1912, 1, Bayer ( MRAC) ; Kasongo , VIII 1959, 1, P.L.G. Benoit ( MRAC) ; Katana , rive W lac Kivu, 3 X 1935, 1, H. Damas ( MRAC) ; Katanga , Kabalo, III 1926, 1, Schouteden ( MRAC) ; Katanga , de la Lukulu, terr. Manono, X 1956, 1, N. Leleup ( MRAC) ; Kisantu , 1931, 1, 1932, 1, P. Vanderijst ( MRAC) ; Kivu , Mulungu, 1939, 2, Hendricx ( MRAC) ; Kivu , Nyabikoro, II 1957, 1, K. Baeten ( MRAC) ; Kivu , Tshibinda, XI 1932, 2, L. Burgeon ( MRAC) ; Kwango–Ngowa , 25 XI 1937, 1, J. Martens ( IRSN) ; Lac Kivu , N’Gwese, 1, Carlier ( MRAC) ; Lemfu a Kimpese, 1, P. Vanderijst ( MRAC) ; Leverville , 1920, 1, P. Vanderijst ( MRAC) ; Logo , 14 VII 1937, 1, H.J. Brédo ( MRAC) ; Lomami , Kamina, 1930, 1, R. Massart ( MRAC) ; Mahagi–Niarembe , 1935, 1, Ch. Scops ( MRAC) ; Maniema , Kasongo, IX 1959, 1, P.L.G. Benoit ( MRAC) ; Tsela , V 1924, 1, A. Collart ( IRSN) ; Nioka , VII 1937, 1, J. Ghesquière ( MRAC) ; Nyangwe , V 1918, 2, R. Mayné ( MRAC) ; Rutshuru , V 1937, 1, J. Ghesquière ( MRAC) ; Seke–Banza , Mayumbe, 13 IV 1924, 1, A. Collart ( MRAC) ; Stanleywille , II 1925, 1, J. Ghesquière ( MRAC) ; Tembwe , Tanganyika, II 1926, 1, Schouteden ( MRAC) ; Tshuapa , Bokuma, 1954, 1, Lootens ( MRAC) ; Uele , Dingila, 4 III 1933, 1, J. Vrydagh ( MRAC) ; Uele , Gangala na Bodio, 15 IV 1936, 6, L. Lippens ( MRAC) ; Upemba Nat. Park , E lac Upemba, 585 m, 17–20 XI 1948, 1, 20–26 I 1949, 1, de Witte ( MRAC) ; Upemba Nat. Park , Mabwe, 585 m, 17 XI 1948, 1, de Witte ( IRSN) .

EQUATORIAL GUINEA: Nkolentangan , XI 1907 – V 1908, 1, G. Tessmann ( ZMHU) .

ETHIOPIA: Aouash , 960 m, VII 1957, 1, F. Schäuffiele ( SMNS) ; Dam Site , 10 XII 1986, 2, L. Medvedev ( LM) ; Illubabor prov. , 30 km W Abobo, 23 XI 1986, 1, L. Medvedev ( LM) .

GHANA: Huhunya , 20 km E Koforidua, 29 XII 1971, 1, S. Endrödy – Younga ( HNHM) .

IVORY COAST: Adiopodoumé, 1 ( MRAC) ; Bouake , 1 X 1981, 1, P. Cochereau ( CNCI) ; Comoé, XII 1995, 1, E. Obermaier ( EO) ; Guéssabo , 11 III 1977, 1, I. Löbl ( MHNG) ; Irho La Me , 13–16 IX 1979, 1, J.M. Maldes ( HPA) .

KENYA: Ikutha , 1 ( ZMHU) , XI 1910, 1, Holtz ( ZMHU) ; Malindi, Gedi Forest , IV 1973, 1, H. Gønget ( ZMC) ; Meru, VII 1943, 1, van Someren ( BMNH) ; Mombasa, 18 IX 1973, 1, 22–25 XI 1973, 1, H. Silfverberg ( ZMUH) ; Nairobi , 7 VIII 1936, 1 ( BMNH) , 12 I 1979, 1, T. Palm ( LU) .

NAMIBIA: Grootfontein , Farm Klein Nosib, IV 1989, 1, J. Irish ( ZMHU); Okahandja, 24 V 1957, 1, F. Gaerdes ( ZSM) .

NIGERIA: Apeji , 4 ( BMNH); Ogoja County, 18 III 1962, 1, 17 VI 1963, 1, R. Majer ( ZSM) .

REPUBLIC OF CENTRAL AFRICA: Fort Crampel, 5 (IRSN, NMP); Fort Sibut, Oubanchi–Chari, 1 (NMP).

REPUBLIC OF CONGO: Kuilu, 1892, 1, Mocquerys (MCZC).

RWANDA: Cyangugu Prov., Nyakabuye, 1–30 XII 1982, 1, 1–15 V 1983, 1, H. Mühle ( HK, MD); Rusumo, Ibanda, Makera, X 1993, 5 ex. Teclea nobilis ( Rutaceae ), T. Wagner (TW, MNHW).

SIERRA LEONE: Loma Mts. , farmland/mosaic forest 9°07’47”N, 11°05’24”W, 420 m, 11–15 VI 2016, 1, Takano, Miles & Goff leg. ( BMNH) GoogleMaps .

SOMALIA: Mogadiscio , III 1974, 1 ( JM) .

SOUTH AFRICA: Cape of Good Hope, 2 ( BMNH) ; Cape, Algoa Bay , 11 IV 1960, 1, Brauns ( TM) ; E Cape, 9 km NW Engoobo , 1300 m, 4 XII 1995, 1, M. Biondi ( DS) ; Cape, Kimberley , I 1896, 1, A.E. Haviland ( TM) ; E Cape, Roadside 22 km WNM Alexandria , 200 m, 29 V 1998, 2, Grobbelaar et al. ( NIC) ; Cape, Robertson, Goree , 2 II 1971, 1, M.W. Strydom ( NIC) ; Cape Prov., Wildemess Nat. Park , 17 km SE George, 14 X 1994, 3, R. Danielsson ( LU) ; Estcourt, Natal , 1897, 3, G. A. K. Marshall ( BMNH) ; Eastern Cape Prov., Port Elizabeth , 33°58’S, 25°42’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Free State, W of Bothaville, Vaal river , 24 XII 2008, 1, M. Snižek ( MS) ; Free State, Harrismith , 28°15’S, 29°08’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Gauteng Prov., Roodeplaat Experiment Farm , 25 km NE of Pretoria, 25°35’S, 28°82’E, 1 ( HH) ; Gauteng Prov., Vereeniging , 26°42’S, 27°52’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Gyah Jown , 1 ( BMNH) ; Kapland , 9 ( ZMHU, MNHW) ; KZN, Roadside SE Mnt.Aux – Source , 1300 m, 18 IV 1998, 1, Neser et al. ( NIC) ; KZN, Roadside W Mooi River , 22 IV 1998, 4, Neser et al. ( NIC) ; Lady Smith , 1, Dr. Martin ( MKB) ; Limpopo Prov., Thabazimbi , 24°37’S, 27°23’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Maputoland , SE of Ndumo, 24 I 2003, 8, M. Snižek ( MS, MNHW) ; Mossel Bay , Cape province, 17 XII 1938, 4, R. E. Turner ( BMNH) ; Mpumalanga Prov., Delmas , 29°57’S, 30°59’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Anerley, 10 km NE of Port Shepstone, South Coast , 30°40’S, 30°30’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, “Bethel” Farm, Waterfall Valley Estates , Paddock , 30°44’38’’S, 30°12’50’’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Botha’s Pass , 1500–1750 m, 13 XII 1995, 1, P. Audisio ( DS) ; Natal, Brighton Beach, Bluff , Durban , 29°55’29’’S, 31°00’14’’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Cleland, Petermaritzburg , 29°39’S, 30°26’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Cliffdale, Chatsworth , 29°55’S, 30°53’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Dlinza Forest, Eshowe , 28°54’S, 31°30’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Durban , 3 X 1906, 2, J. Hugh ( TM) ; Natal, “Eden Lassie” near Ingomankulu, Camperdown distr. , 29°47’S, 30°29’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, 17 km NE Empangeni, Nseleni River , 24 X 1994, 2, R. Danielsson ( LU) ; Natal, Escombe, Queensburgh , 29°53’S, 30°54’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Ferncliffe Forest Reserve , Pietermaritzburg, 1 ( HH) ; Natal, Hillary, Durban , 29°53’S, 30°57’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Ixopo , 30°10’S, 32°19’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Malvern , 1 II 1950, 8, A. Capener ( ZSM) ; Natal, Malvern, Queensburgh , 29°53’S, 30°55’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Mariannhill Monastery, Pinetown , 16 km W of Durban, 30°51’S, 30°50’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Mooi River , 29°12’S, 29°58’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Nangle Dam, Umgeni Valley , near Cato Ridge , 29°35’S, 30°37’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Newcastle , 27°45’S, 29°58’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Natal, North Park Nat. Res., Northdene , Queensburgh , 29°52’S, 30°52’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Northern Treatment Works, Springfield , 29°47’47’’S, 32°59’45’’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Nottingham Road , 15 I 1981, 1, S.J. van Tonder & C. Kok ( NIC) ; Natal, Nottigham Road , 22°22’S, 29°59’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Pietermaritzburg CBD, 29°38’S, 30°28’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Pigeon Valley Park, Durban , 29°51’53’’S, 30°59’19’’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Pinetown , 28 XII 1908, 1, G.F. Leigh ( TM) ; Natal , 1, Poepp ( ZMHU) ; Natal, Roosfontein Nat. Res. , Westville / Quennsburgh, 1 ( HH) ; Natal, Umbilo, Durban , 29°36’S, 30°23’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Umhlanga Lagoon Reserve, Umhlanga Rocks , 29°42’S, 31°05’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Uvongo, Lower South Coast , 30°49’S, 30°23’E, 1 ( HH) GoogleMaps ; Natal, Warner Beach, Kingsburgh , 1 ( HH) ; Natal, Weenen , I–II 1928, 2, H.P. Thomasset ( TM) ; Oranje F. State, Brandfort, Glen Research Farm , 22–23 III 1977, 1, A. Strydom ( BM) ; Oranje F. State, Golden Gate Highlands Nat. Park, Bethlehem , 21 III 1984, 1, Louw et al. ( BM) ; Pietermaritzburg , 27 IV 1964, 1, G.F. Mees ( NNML) ; Port Elizabeth , 2, Dr. Martin ( MKB) ; Pretoria , 1, ( BMNH) , 10 XII 1914, 2 ( BMNH) , 8 XII 2003, 5 ( HNHM, LS) ; 35 km W Pretoria, Rt. 512, 31 XII 1994, 2, A. Freidberg ( TAU) ; 25 km NW of Setlagole , North West, 26°05’S, 24°58’E, 1–2 II 2003, 1, R. & H. Fouque ( LS) GoogleMaps ; Transvaal , 2 ( BMNH) , 2, Fruhstorfer ( MM) ; Transvaal, Argent , 1–10 XII 1952, 1, 20 XII 1958, 1, A.L. Capener ( MM) ; Transvaal, Ben Alberts Nat. Res., Thabazimbi , 24–28 XI 1980, 1, S.J. van Tonder ( NIC) ; Transvaal, Delmas Distr., I 1980, 4 on Amaranthus, R. Kluge (NIC) ; Transvaal, Gravelotte , Letsitele Vall. , 16–20 XII 1958, 1, A.L. Capener ( MM) ; Transvaal, Lydenburg , 10, F. Wilms ( ZMHU, MNHW) ; Transvaal, Makapan , 1893, 1, E. Simon ( MKB) ; Transvaal, vic. Melodie , 28 VII 1985, 1, Bellamy and d’Hotmann ( ER) , 14–16 XII 1985, 5, Bellamy and Evans ( ER) , 29–31 XII 1985, 1, C.L. Bellamy ( ER) ; Transvaal, Nelshoogte Forest Station , 18 II 1987, 1, S. Endrödy – Younga ( TM) ; Transvaal, Pretoria , 1893, 1, E. Simon ( MKB) , Pretoria , 9 II 1906, 1 ( TM) , 22 XII 1907, 5, A.J. Janse ( TM) , VII 1953, 2, A. v. Peez ( ZSM) , 12 XI 1963, 1, L. Vari ( TM) , III 1970, 1, A. Strydom ( TM) , 28–30 XII 1977, 1, S. Endrödi ( HNHM) ; Transvaal, Pretoria, Waterkloof , 15 II 1974, 1, S. Endrödy – Younga ( TM) ; Transvaal, Waterberg , 1898–99, 2, v. Jutrzencka ( TM) ; Transvaal, Wonderboom , 16 V 1931, 1, G. v. Son ( TM) ; Unsorted Prov., Duba, Kruger Nat. Park , 1 ( ARC) ; Verulam, Natal , VII 1897, 1, G. A. K. Marshall ( BMNH) ; Umkomaas Mts., Natal , IX 1897, 1, G. A. K. Marshall ( BMNH) ; Western Cape Prov., Farm Rietvlei No. 2, Montagu, Little Karoo , 33°45’02’’S, 20°11’51’’E, 1 (Marion Maclean pers. comm.) GoogleMaps ; Western Cape Prov., Robertson, Goree , 33°46’S, 19°50’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Western Cape Prov., Rosebank , Cape Town , 33°57’S, 18°28’E, 1 ( ARC) GoogleMaps ; Zululand, Empangeni Univ., 20 XI 1975, 1, 21 II 1976, 1, P.E. Reavell ( TM) .

TANZANIA: SE of Mbuyuni, Baobab vall ., NE of Iringa, 9 III 2002, 5, M. Snižek ( MS, MNHW) ; Mikumi , 17–20 XII 1993, 1, M. Snižek ( MS) ; Nyassa –see, Langenburg , 3, Fülleborn ( ZMHU) .

UGANDA: Gaba , Mukono distr., 2 X 2004, 1, I Přikryl ( LS) ; Kampala, 8 V 1933, 3, H. Hargreaves ( BMNH) ; Kampala, Tank Hill , 1300 m, 20 VI 1970, 1, H. Gřnget ( ZMC) ; Kasenyi , 1 IX 1937, 1, H.J. Brédo ( MRAC) ; Kawanda , 10 XI 1940, 1 from Amaranthus sp. , T.H. Taylor ( BMNH) ; Mabira , 1 ( LS) , 3, R.A. Dummar ( IRSN, MNHW, NMP) ; Mulange , 1 ( MM) .

ZAMBIA: Livingstone , 2 II 1913, 3, H.C. Dollman ( BMNH) ; Livingstone , Zambesi River, 2 XI 1913, 2, H. C. Dollman ( BMNH) ; South Luangwa Nat. Park , Mfuwe Crocodile Farm, 13.06S / 31.47E, 450 m, 21–24 III 1993, 1, U. Göllner ( MNHW) GoogleMaps .

ZIMBABWE: 21 km N Centenary, Miware Raffia Palm Reserve , 26 VIII 1998, 1, M. Rice ( MER); Kariba env., Mopani–Bay Camp, 480 m, 16.31 S 28.49 E, 20–21 III 2000, 1, U. Heinig ( UH) GoogleMaps .

IFAN

Institut Fondamental d'Afrique Noire

MRAC

Musée Royal de l’Afrique Centrale

MM

University of Montpellier

IRSN

Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique

ZMHU

Zoologisches Museum der Humboldt Universitaet

SMNS

Staatliches Museum fuer Naturkund Stuttgart

LM

Secçáo de Botânica e Ecologia

HNHM

Hungarian Natural History Museum (Termeszettudomanyi Muzeum)

CNCI

Canadian National Collection Insects

MHNG

Museum d'Histoire Naturelle

ZMC

Deptment of Biology, Zunyi Medical College

ZMUH

Zoological Museum, University of Hanoi

LU

St. Petersburg University

ZSM

Bavarian State Collection of Zoology

JM

Jura Museum, Eichstatt

TM

Teylers Museum, Paleontologische

DS

California Academy of Sciences, Dudley Herbarium

ARC

Atlantic Reference Centre

MS

Herbarium Messanaensis, Università di Messina

HH

Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana

BM

Bristol Museum

LS

Linnean Society of London

TAU

Tel-Aviv University

ER

Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

NMP

National Museum (Prague)

MER

Universidad de Los Andes

UH

University of Hyderabad

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Chrysomelidae

Genus

Cassida

Loc

Cassida dorsovittata Boheman, 1854

Borowiec, Lech & Świętojańska, Jolanta 2022
2022
Loc

Cassida (Cassida) dorsovittata: Spaeth, 1914 b: 118

Spaeth, F. 1914: 118
1914
Loc

Cassida (Cassida) insularis:

Spaeth, F. 1914: 115
1914
Loc

Cassida (Cassida)

Spaeth, F. 1914: 115
1914
Loc

Cassida (Cassida) pallescens:

Spaeth, F. 1914: 116
1914
Loc

Cassida (Cassida) hebes:

Spaeth, F. 1914: 118
1914
Loc

Cassida (Cassida) breviuscula:

Spaeth, F. 1914: 115
1914
Loc

Cassida (Cassida) striola:

Spaeth, F. 1914: 116
1914
Loc

Cassida (Cassidula) striola

Borowiec, L. 1999: 249
Weise, J. 1910: 481
1910
Loc

Cassida breviuscula

Borowiec, L. 1999: 249
Spaeth, F. 1912: 503
Weise, J. 1910: 505
Fairmaire, L. 1904: 274
1904
Loc

Cassida hebes

Borowiec, L. 1999: 249
Spaeth, F. 1943: 62
Spaeth, F. 1922: 1002
Weise, J. 1900: 217
1900
Loc

Cassida Coquereli

Borowiec, L. 1999: 249
Weise, J. 1910: 505
Gemminger, M. & Harold, E. B. von 1876: 3653
Boheman, C. H. 1862: 308
1862
Loc

Cassida pallescens

Borowiec, L. 1999: 249
Weise, J. 1910: 505
Gemminger, M. & Harold, E. B. von 1876: 3657
Boheman, C. H. 1862: 334
1862
Loc

Cassida dorsovittata

Borowiec, L. & Swietojanska, J. 2013: 77
Borowiec, L. 2005: 122
Rice, M. E. 2003: 81
Heron, H. 2003: 33
Borowiec, L. 1999: 249
Wegrzynowicz, P. & Wasowska, M. 1996: 41
Borowiec, L. 1995: 371
Borowiec, L. 1986: 805
Shaw, S. 1972: 73
Shaw, S. 1961: 30
Shaw, S. 1956: 268
Spaeth, F. 1912: 503
Kolbe, H. J. 1898: 344
Gemminger, M. & Harold, E. B. von 1876: 3653
Boheman, C. H. 1862: 308
Boheman, C. H. 1856: 129
Boheman, C. H. 1854: 395
1854
Loc

Cassida insularis

Borowiec, L. 1999: 249
Weise, J. 1910: 442
Gemminger, M. & Harold, E. B. von 1876: 3655
Boheman, C. H. 1862: 335
Boheman, C. H. 1856: 136
Boheman, C. H. 1854: 433
1854