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Le genre Dorcadion - Wikipédia

11 Mars 2009, 18:57pm

Publié par Arqcerambyx


Dorcadion (Cribridorcadion) arenarium

 

Dorcadion Dalman, 1817 est un genre de Coléoptères Cérambycidé Lamiinae.

 

SYSTÉMATIQUE

 

Le genre Dorcadion est subdivisé en plusieurs sous-genres, desquels seulement Cribrodorcadion et Iberodorcadion sont présents en France.

 

Dorcadion Dalman, 1817
Carinatodorcadion Breuning, 1943
Cribridorcadion Pic, 1901 (= Pedestredorcadion Breuning, 1943)
Iberodorcadion Breuning, 1943
Maculatodorcadion Breuning, 1942
Politodorcadion Danilevsky, 1996
Acutodorcadion Danilevsky, Kasatkin & Rubenian, 2004

 

Références

 

  1. von Breuning S., 1962 - Revision der Dorcadionini - Entomol. Ab. Mus. Tierk. Dresden 27: 1-665.
  2. Picard F., 1929 - Faune de France 20: Coléoptères Cerambycidae - Lechevalier P. ed., Paris VII + 167 pp. PDF [1] [archive]
  3. von Breuning S., 1957 - Les Dorcadion français - L'Entomologiste 13 (2-3): 42-55.
  4. Villiers A., 1978 - Faune des Coléoptères de France I. Cerambycidae - Encyclopédie Entomologique, XLII, P. Lechevalier ed., Paris, 611 pp.
  5. Tomé M., 2002 - Revisión y propuesta de sinonimia de los subgéneros Iberodorcadion, Hispanodorcadion y Baeticodorcadion Vives (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) - Boletín de la Sociedad Entomológica Aragonesa 31: 77-81 [2] [archive]

LIENS EXTERNES

 

Source:  Wikipédia  Dorcadion
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorcadion#cite_ref-2

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gaubil 25/02/2014 18:20


Gaubil, J. (1849) Catalogue synonymique des coléoptères d'Europe et d'Algérie
https://archive.org/details/cataloguesynonym00gaub

DORCADION  Dalman in Schh.  p. 180

22 Lemniscatum. St. Cat.  Kuster  Italia

34 Fuliginator. Linné.
Var. Quadrilineatum.  Chev. Muls.
35 Méridionale. Dej. Cat.  Mulsant.
36 Quadrilineatum. St.  Cat. Kuster.
37 Pyrenseum. Dej. Cat. Germar.
38 Striola. Dej. Cat.
39 Navaricum. Dej. Cat.
Bilineatum. (Meg.) lll.
Inclusum. Dej. Cat.
Lineola. Illiger.
Donzelli. Mulsant.
44 Hispanicum. Dej. Cat.
45 Albicans. Dej. Cat.
Neapolitanum. Dej. Ct.

62  Nigrum  Dej. Cat.
      Spinolae

catalogus 25/02/2014 18:04


Catalogus coleopterorum Europae (1849)  
https://archive.org/details/cataloguscoleopt00ento

Dorcadion   Dalman.  p. 73

glycyrhizae F.
Razumofskii Fisch.
tomentosum Kstr.
pigruni Schh.
morio F.
fulvum Scop.
Spinolae Schh
atrum Ill..
carinatum F.
fuliginator L.
Handschuchii Kstr.
quadrimaculatum Kstr.
meridionale Muls,
quadrilineatuni Kstr.
Pyrenaeuim Muls.
bilineatum Kstr.
cinerarium F.
lineola Ill.
cruciatum F.
Sturmii Grm.
rufipes F.
iltalicum Kstr.
sulcipenne Kstr.
divisum Grm.
axillare Kstr.
ferruginipes Men.
Thracicum Kstr.
sericatum Krjn.
crux Billb.
Donceli Muls.
parallelum Kstr.
abruptum Grm.
striatum Schh.
holosericeum Meg.
Murrayi Kstr.
pedestre L.
lemniscatum Kstr.
vittiger'um F.
Stevenii VItl.
Etruscum Bon.
lineatum F,
septem-lineatuni Kstr
albolineatum Kstr.
Kindermanni Wlti.
Virleti Brulle.
remoratum Brll.
Bizanthinum VVItl.
scabricolle Schh.
laqueatum Kstr.

titan5 12/01/2014 19:30


Iberodorcadion amorii (Marseul, 1856) Iberodorcadion amorii segurense (Escalera, 1911) Iberodorcadion  atlantis (Bedel, 1921) Iberodorcadion  coelloi Verdugo, 1996 Iberodorcadion isernii (Pérez-Arcas, 1868) Iberodorcadion  lorquinii (Fairmaire, 1855) Iberodorcadion lorquinii cobosi Vives, 1979 Iberodorcadion  lusitanicum (Chevrolat, 1840) Iberodorcadion  lusitanicum evorense (Breuning, 1943) Iberodorcadion  marmottani (Escalera, 1900) Iberodorcadion  mimomucidum (Breuning, 1976) Iberodorcadion  mucidum (Dalman, 1817) Iberodorcadion  mucidum annulicorne (Chevrolat, 1862) Iberodorcadion  mucidum nigrosparsum Pic, 1941 Iberodorcadion mucidum rondensis Verdugo, 2003 Iberodorcadion  mus (Rosenhauer, 1856) Iberodorcadion  suturale (Chevrolat, 1862)

titan 12/01/2014 19:15


G.Tavakilian et H.Chevillotte 
Base de données Titan sur les Cerambycidés ou Longicornes 
http://lully.snv.jussieu.fr/titan/


       Iberodorcadion brannani (Schaufuß, 1870) Iberodorcadion castilianum (Chevrolat, 1862) Iberodorcadion fuliginator (Linné, 1758) Iberodorcadion fuliginator andianum (Pic, 1917) Iberodorcadion fuliginator loarrense Berger, 1997 Iberodorcadion fuliginator meridionale (Mulsant, 1839) Iberodorcadion fuliginator monticola (Mulsant, 1853) Iberodorcadion fuliginator navaricum (Mulsant, 1853) Iberodorcadion fuliginator obesum (Gautier, 1870) Iberodorcadion fuliginator pyrenaeum (Germar, 1839) Iberodorcadion fuliginator striola (Mulsant, 1862) Iberodorcadion fuliginator urgulli (Breuning, 1967) Iberodorcadion seoanei (Graells, 1858) Iberodorcadion seoanei kricheldorffi (Pic, 1910) Iberodorcadion seoanei laurae Bahillo, 1994 Iberodorcadion spinolae (Dalman, 1817) Iberodorcadion spinolae caunense (Lauffer, 1910) Iberodorcadion spinolae soricinum (Chevrolat, 1862)


Iberodorcadion abulense (Lauffer, 1902) Iberodorcadion  granulipenne (Escalera, 1908)  Iberodorcadion aguadoi Aguado & Tomé, 2000 Iberodorcadion albicans (Chevrolat, 1862)        Iberodorcadion almarzense (Escalera, 1902)  Iberodorcadion  aries Tomé & Berger, 1999   Iberodorcadion  becerrae (Lauffer, 1901) Iberodorcadion  bolivari (Lauffer, 1898)    Iberodorcadion  circumcinctum (Chevrolat, 1862)  Iberodorcadion (Hispanodorcadion) circumcinctum ariasi (Chevrolat, 1862) Iberodorcadion  demandense (Escalera, 1902) Iberodorcadion  ferdinandi (Escalera, 1900)   Iberodorcadion fuentei (Pic, 1899)    Iberodorcadion ghilianii (Chevrolat, 1862) Iberodorcadion  graellsii (Graëlls, 1858) Iberodorcadion (Hispanodorcadion) graellsii cinereum (Escalera, 1901) Iberodorcadion (Hispanodorcadion) graellsii incallosum (Escalera, 1908) Iberodorcadion  graellsii longipenne (Chevrolat, 1862) Iberodorcadion (Hispanodorcadion) grustani González, 1992 Iberodorcadion (Hispanodorcadion) heydenii (Kraatz, 1870) Iberodorcadion  korbi (Ganglbauer, 1884) Iberodorcadion  marinae Tomé & Bahíllo, 1996 Iberodorcadion  martinezii (Pérez-Arcas, 1874) Iberodorcadion  molitor (Fabricius, 1775) Iberodorcadion  navasi (Escalera, 1900) Iberodorcadion  mosqueruelense (Escalera, 1902) Iberodorcadion neilense (Escalera, 1902) Iberodorcadion  nudipenne (Escalera, 1908) Iberodorcadion paulae Corraleño & Murria, 2012 Iberodorcadion  perezi (Graëlls, 1849) Iberodorcadion (Hispanodorcadion) perezi cercedillanum (Pic, 1900)    Iberodorcadion  hispanicum (Mulsant, 1851)   Iberodorcadion ortunoi Hernández, 1991   Iberodorcadion  pseudomolitor (Escalera, 1902)     Iberodorcadion segovianum (Chevrolat, 1862) Iberodorcadion segovianum dejeanii (Chevrolat, 1862) Iberodorcadion (Hispanodorcadion) seguntianum (Daniel K. & Daniel J., 1898)   Iberodorcadion seguntianum intermedium (Escalera, 1902)   Iberodorcadion terolense (Escalera, 1902)    Iberodorcadion uhagonii (Pérez-Arcas, 1868) Iberodorcadion uhagonii pradae del Saz Fucho, 2007 Iberodorcadion zarcoi (Schramm, 1910) Iberodorcadion  turdetanum (Lauffer, 1911)  Iberodorcadion vanhoegaerdeni (Breuning, 1956)  Iberodorcadion  zenete Anichtchenko & Verdugo,


Iberodorcadion &

arten 17/09/2012 18:21


J. Mallet,  SUBSPECIES, SEMISPECIES, SUPERSPECIES


http://www.ucl.ac.uk/taxome/jim/Sp/Sub-semi.pdf


Others felt that the term species was too emotive to
be used in the new, multiple-subspecies sense. Some
scientists continued following the Formenkreis doctrine,
and had begun to name quite distinct taxa, which did
not intergrade at their boundaries, as subspecies. This
situation led in the 1920s and 1930s to the neo-
Darwinian ornithologist Bernhard Rensch scrapping the
term Formenkreis because of its theoretical limitations,
and instead substituting two new terms, Rassenkreis
(circle of races) and Artenkreis (circle of species).


Rassenkreise were again considered to be equivalent to
species, composed of races or subspecies. However,
now there was an additional layer in the taxonomy, of
groups of Rassenkreise that replaced one another
geographically, the Artenkreise. Thus an Artenkreis could
consist of multiple Rassenkreise. Rensch and many
others believed that the subspecies was an incipient
species, of which the geographic replacement species,
Artenkreise were a further development, until finally
divergence was sufficient to allow complete geographic
overlap, whereupon new Rassenkreise could again be
formed.


Definition of ARTENKREIS



a group of species that replace one another in geographic sequence, presumably trace ultimately to a common ancestral form, and are equivalent as a group to a
subgenus  



Origin:  G, lit., cycle of species, fr. arten (pl. of art species, kind, type, nature, fr. MHG) + kreis cycle, circle, fr. OHG
kreiz; akin to MLG kreit, krēt circle, enclosed dueling space, OHG krizzōn to scratch in (as letters), krazzōn to scratch