Advances in Coleoptera Research in China(1)

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Published on: 2012-01
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1.A NEW SPECIES GLENEA SHUTEAE SP. NOV. FROM YUNNAN,CHINA,COMPARED WITH GLENEA DECOLORATA HELLER
(COLEOPTERA,CERAMBYCIDAE,LAMIINAE,SAPERDINI)云南天牛一新种淑氏并脊天牛描述(鞘翅目,天牛科,沟胫天牛亚科,楔天牛族)
【Abstract】 Glenea shuteae sp. nov. is described from Yunnan,China. Supplementary description of the genitalia of the most similar species G. decolorata Heller,1926 is made. Photographs of habitus and genitalia of two sibling species are presented. The types are deposited in National Zoological Museum of China,Institute of Zoology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing,China and the Natural History Museum,London,UK

2.Some new country records of five species of Glenea Newman (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Lamiinae: Saperdini) from the
Oriental Region东洋区五种并脊天牛的国家级新记录(鞘翅目:天牛科:沟胫天牛亚科:楔天牛族)
【Abstract】 New country records for five species of Glenea Newman from the Oriental Region are reported. G. changchini Lin & Lin, 2011 is newly recorded from Vietnam; G. rondoni Breuning, 1963 is new from Thailand; G. subregularis Pic, 1943 is new from Laos; G. subviridescens Breuning, 1963 is new from China, Vietnam and Thailand; and G. viridescens Pic, 1927 is newly recorded from China and Laos. Photos of types and voucher specimens from new localities are presented.

3.A new record subspecies in the genus Glaphyra (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Cerambycinae) from China
中国短翅天牛属一新记录亚种记述(鞘翅目:天牛科:天牛亚科)
【Abstract】 A new record subspecies Glaphyra shibatai shibatai (Hayashi, 1961) from Chongqing, China is recorded in the paper. Its body shining black, legs shining brownish black with basal halves of mid-and hind femora pale fulvous, elytra with a pair of oblique subtransparent pale brownish yellow markings at middle near suture.

4.NOTES ON THE IDENTIFICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LEPTURA AURATOPILOSA(MATSUSHITA,1931)AND LEPTURA AUROSERICANS FAIRMAIRE
(COLEOPTERA,CERAMBYCIDAE,LEPTURINAE,LEPTURINI)金绒花天牛与金丝花天牛的鉴定及分布(鞘翅目,天牛科,花天牛亚科,花天牛族)
【Abstract】 Based on the examination of types and a series of specimens from Guangxi,including a lot of naturally mating pairs,we redescribed Leptura auratopilosa(Matsushita,1931)and Leptura aurosericans Fairmaire,1895;provided distinguishing characters and corrected the misidentification of the two species;and concluded that L.aurosericans is widely distributed in Southern China,Vietnam,Laos and Thailand,but L.auratopilosa is endemic to Taiwan.

5.DESCRIPTION OF EUTETRAPHA LINI SP. NOV. FROM TAIWAN,CHINA(COLEOPTERA,CERAMBYCIDAE,LAMIINAE,SAPERDINI)
台湾天牛新种林氏直脊天牛描述(鞘翅目,天牛科,沟胫天牛亚科,楔天牛族)
【Abstract】 Eutetrapha lini sp.nov.is described from Taiwan,China.Photographs of habitus and genitalia,as well as ecological pictures are presented.The holotype is deposited in National Museum of Natural Science,Taiwan,China.Paratypes are deposited in National Zoological Museum of China,Institute of Zoology,Chinese Academy of Sciences and several private collections.

6.A NEW RECORD SPECIES OF THE GENUS MICRODEBILISSA PIC AND DESCRIPTION OF MALE M.ATRIPENNIS FROM CHINA
(COLEOPTERA,CERAMBYCIDAE,CERAMBYCINAE)中国锯翅天牛属一新纪录种及黑翅锯翅天牛雄性描记(鞘翅目,天牛科,天牛亚科)(英文)
【Abstract】 Microdebilissa argentifera(Holzschuh,1984) is newly recorded from China.The male of M.atripennis(Pu,1992) is described for the first time in the present paper.T he photos of specimens are presented.Finally,a checklist of Microdebilissa from China is provided.T he speciemen examined are deposited in the Insect Colleciton of Southwest University.

7.STUDY ON THE VENATION OF PRIONINI (COLEOPTERA,CERAMBYCIDAE,PRIONINAE) FROM CHINA
中国锯天牛族后翅翅脉研究(鞘翅目,天牛科,锯天牛亚科,锯天牛族)
【Abstract】 In the study,the venation and the articulation of hind wing of Chinese Prionini were studied.We found articulation at wing base in Prionini was consisted of HP,1Ax,2Ax,FM and 3Ax like that of other coleopteran.Although a variety of wing-vein naming systems about hind wing of Cerambycidae adults had been proposed during the past 100 years,the naming system of Kukalová-Peck and Lawrence (1993,2004) was more reasonable and better than that of others in explanation venation of Prionini.However,branches of MP and CuA do not fuse together close to the posterior wing margin in Prionini.AA3 ends on CuP instead of CuP ending on AA3 or the combination of these veins when they meet.Branches of cubitus form the wedge cell in Prionini.All genera and species have identical articulation in hind wing and all articulations have the same shape.Nevertheless,several characters of venation may be useful to identify species in genera Dorysthenes and Prionus.

8.Parapolytrechus [sic] flavotarsus Wang & Zheng,2002,a new synonym of Neoxenicotela mausoni Breuning,1947
(Coleoptera:Cerambycidae:Lamiinae)淡尾腹突天牛的一新异名(鞘翅目:天牛科:沟胫天牛亚科)
【Abstract】 Based on comparison of the type specimens,Parapolytrechus [sic] flavotarsus Wang & Zheng,2002 is a new
junior synonym of Neoxenicotela mausoni Breuning,1947.

9.A newly record species in the genus Stenodryas Bates(Coleoptera:Cerambycidae:Cerambycinae) from China
中国瘦棍腿天牛属一新记录种(鞘翅目:天牛科:天牛亚科)
【Abstract】 Stenodryas ventralis(Gahan,1906) is reported from China for the first time.A simple description of this
newly-recorded species and a key to the Chinese species of the genus Stenodryas Bates is provided.The specimens
examined are deposited in the Insect Collection of Southwest University.

10.Space-time Distribution Pattern of Monochamus alternatus in Wanding City
畹町市松墨天牛时空分布格局研究
【Abstract】The purpose was to study space-time distribution pattern of Monochamus alternatus in Wanding City. Based on data about insect situation supervision on M. alternatus in Wanding City, using related mathematical statistics methods including linear regression analysis and spatial distribution pattern of insect population, the relationship between emergence period, emergence quantity and temperature of M. alternatus adult, spatial distribution pattern of adults and their life history were studied. [Result] M. alternatus occurred one generation per year in Wanding city, June was the maximum period of adults, which was also the key trapping period. Spatial distribution of M. alternatus was accumulative. [Conclusion] This study provided theoretical basis for further control on M. alternatus for forestry bureau of Wanding City

11.中国异胸天牛属一新记录种记述(鞘翅目:天牛科:锯天牛亚科)
A New Record Species of Genus Anomophysis (Coleoptera:Cerambycidae:Prioninae) from China
【Abstract】 A new record species Anomophysis ellioti(Waterhouse,1884) from China is recorded in the paper.The examined
specimen is collected from Yunnan Province and deposited in the Insect Collection of Yangtze University,Hubei,China.

12.Cellulase activity and its relationship with host selection in the Asian longhorned beetle,Anoplophora glabripennis
(Coleoptera:Cerambycidae)光肩星天牛体内纤维素酶活性及其与寄主选择的关系
【Abstract】 To investigate the relationship between cellulase activity and host selection,Anoplophora glabripennis (Motsch.) larvae from four different host trees (Populus alba var.pyramidalis Bunge,Populus nigra var.thevestina (Dode) Bean,Populus simonii × Populus pyramidalis cv.opera Hsu and Salix matsudana f.lobato-glandulosa Fang et Liu) and adults fed on five different tree species were selected.The enzyme activities of endoglucanase and β-glucosidase in the intestines of the insects were measured.The results showed that in the larvae,the activity of endoglucanase ranged from 1.36 to 2.71 μmol glucose/(g FW·h),and the activity of β-glucosidase ranged from 2.57 to 4.86 μmol glucose/(g FW·h).In the adults fed on different tree species,the activity of endoglucanase ranged from 4.08 to 9.27 μmol glucose/(g FW·h),and the activity of β-glucosidase ranged from 2.87 to 6.08 μmol glucose/(g FW·h).There are no significant differences in cellulase activities among the larvae from different host trees.However,the tree species which the adults fed upon has great effect on the activity of cellulase in the adults.

13.A NEW SPECIES AND A NEW RECORD SPECIES OF THE GENUS MEGOPIS (COLEOPTERA,CERAMBYCIDAE,PRIONINAE) FROM CHINA
中国薄翅天牛属一新种和一新纪录种记述(鞘翅目,天牛科,锯天牛亚科)
【Abstract】 A new species Megopis(Spinimegopis)guangxiensis sp.nov.from Guangxi,China is described and a new record
species Megopis(Aegolipton)piliventris Gressitt,1950 from Yunnan,China is recorded.The type specimen is deposited in
Insect Collection of Southwest University.

14.Newly Recorded Species of Disteniidae (Coleoptera) from China,with a Catalogue of Chinese Disteniidae--13p
中国瘦天牛科新记录种并附记中国瘦天牛科名录(鞘翅目)
【Abstract】 Dynamostes audax Pascoe,1857 is newly recorded from China(Yunnan).Photographs of habitus and genitalia
are presented.Melegena fulva Pu,1990 is newly recorded from Guangxi Province,Noemia submetallica Gressitt,1940 is
newly recorded from Yunnan Province,Cyrtonops nigra Gahan,1906 is newly recorded from Xizang Autonomous Region. An
updated catalogue of Chinese Disteniidae,including 3 tribes 7 genera and 27 species,is presented

15.LEPTURA LAVINIA GAHAN, 1906, A SPECIES OF THE SUBFAMILY LEPTURINAE (COLEOPTERA,CERAMBYCIDAE) NEW TO CHINESE FAUNA
中国花天牛亚科一新纪录种——拉维花天牛
【Abstract】 This paper records Leptura lavinia Gahan, 1906 collected from Yunnan and Xizang (Tibet) for the
first time for Chinese fauna. Specimens examined are deposited in insect collection of Guangxi Normal University.

16.A New Species of the Genus Psacothea Gahan (Coleoptera:Cerambycidae) from China
中国星斑天牛属一新种记述(鞘翅目 :天牛科 )
【Abstract】 This paper deals with 1 new longicorn beetle species of the genus Psacothea Gahan from China, i. e.,
Psacothea nigrostigma , sp. nov.. Type specimen is deposited in the Department of Zoology, Tianjin Natural History
Museum.

17.THE EVOLUTION IN THE HIGHER TAXA OF THE CERAMBYCIDAE (COLEOPTERA)
天牛科昆虫高级分类阶元实体的进化研究
【Abstract】 Summary Five subfamilies of the Cerambycidate: Lamiinae, Cerambycinae, Lepturinae (including Necydalini and Apatophysis), Aseminae (including S pondylis), and Prioninae (including Parandra) are recognized in this paper, All the evolutionary evidences provided in the present research indicate that these subfamilies may be arranged in order from the oldest to the youngest as follows: (1) Lamiinae, Prioninae, Cerambycinae, Lepturinae, Aseminae; or (2) Lamiinae, Cerambycinae, Prioninae, Lepturinae, Aseminae. The possible phylogenetic relationships among the subfamilies are also given.



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