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Francesco Posted - 06/04/2015 : 10:44:22
Many of us have bought the book
HUA L.Z., NARA H., SAMUELSON G. A. & LINGAFELTER S.W, 2009 - Iconography of Chinese Longicorn Beetles (1406 Species) in Color - Sun Yat-sen University Press, Guangzhou, 474 pp. for the identification of Chinese Cerambycids.



Though this book shows a very large amount of pictures of identified species, it includes several mistakes, erroneous identifications and misspellings.

With the purpose of helping the colleagues to a correct identification and the authors in editing the second edition (as suggested in the preface), I open this topic, where the member of the Forum can signalize the errors they will find.
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cerambyphil Posted - 18/11/2021 : 19:35:39

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page 21, fig 237, Aeolesthes chrisothrix thibetana
should be Pseudoaeolesthes rufimembris (Pic, 1923) male
Xavier Posted - 15/07/2020 : 21:10:06


page 86, fig. 985, Leptomesosa cephalotes Pic
should be Daxata (Laodaxata) lepesmei Breuning, 1961
Francesco Posted - 17/06/2020 : 17:35:29


page 123, fig. 420, Pronocera angusta (Kriechbaumer)
evidently, Phymatodes testaceus (Linnaeus)
Francesco Posted - 17/06/2020 : 17:30:20


page 122-123, fig. 1416, Penichroa timida (Menétries)
must be Penichroa fasciata (Stephens)
Francesco Posted - 17/06/2020 : 17:25:31


page 99, fig. 1137, Oberea fuscipennis (Chevrolat)
must be Oberea formosana Pic
Francesco Posted - 17/06/2020 : 17:21:29

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page 87, fig. 1002, Macrochenus guerini White
must be Macrochenus isabellinus Aurivillius
Francesco Posted - 17/06/2020 : 17:17:06
Let's go ahead.



page 43, fig. 509, Neocerambyx tawaneum Hayashi
must be Neocerambyx tawanensis Hayashi

The species belongs now to the genus Pseudopachydissus
xiaoxiaozhuniu Posted - 15/12/2019 : 15:36:11
Emm......
Francesco Posted - 14/12/2019 : 21:54:30
quote:
Originally posted by xiaoxiaozhuniu

The right I tend to think of it as Parhoplothrix szetschuanicus (From Guangxi), the color is slightly fading compared with the fresh specimen.

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This species has nothing to do with the description of Parhoplothrix szetschuanicus (Cf. here)
xiaoxiaozhuniu Posted - 14/12/2019 : 06:02:24
quote:
Originally posted by Francesco



page 105, fig, 1204 Parhoplothrix szetschuanicus Breuning
seems to be Mimothestus annulicornis Pic



About Parhoplothrix szetschuanicus , once I have checked several specimens in the Museum of Sun Yat-sen University. There are distinct differences with Mimothestus annulicornis. The specimen has the sparser and coraser granules on basal elytra, and the antennae are not fringed with dense and long hairs below.
The left is Mimothestus annulicornis (from Yunnan). The right I tend to think of it as Parhoplothrix szetschuanicus(From Guangxi), the color is slightly fading compared with the fresh specimen.

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Francesco Posted - 16/11/2019 : 16:23:25


page 57, fig. 658, Xylotrechus formosanus Schwarzer
must be Xylotrechus atronotatus (Pic)
Francesco Posted - 16/11/2019 : 14:41:33


page 56, fig. 647, Xylotrechus atronotatus (Pic)
must be Xylotrechus subscalaris basalis Schwarzer
Francesco Posted - 16/11/2019 : 14:33:59


page 70, fig. 807, Blepephaeus ocellatus (Gahan)
must be Blepephaeus fulvus (Pic)
Another inversion of numbers.
Xavier Posted - 08/05/2017 : 12:08:36



page 70, fig. 806, Blepephaeus fulvus (Pic)
must be Blepephaeus ocellatus (Gahan)
Francesco Posted - 29/05/2016 : 08:33:25


page 82, fig. 938 Glenea indiana (Thomson)
must be Glenea mouhoti Thomson.

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