On some “lost” types of Cerambyx and Leptura species described by Linnaeus (1758), and a new synonymy in Rhinotragini (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae)
Keywords:Cerambycinae, De Geer, Lamiinae, Prioninae
The depository institution of the types of five species described by Linnaeus (1758), which is currently recorded as “unknown”, is reported to be at the Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm, Sweden: Cerambyx auratus; C. festivus; C. glaucus; C. stigma; and Leptura necydalea. The synonymy between Acyphoderes odyneroides White, 1855 (currently, Acutiphoderes odyneroides) and Leptura necydalea Linnaeus, 1758 is proposed, resulting in a new combination: Acutiphoderes necydalea.
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