Indocryphalus suongmu sp. n. was described from northern Vietnam. A cladistic analysis of all nine species based on 22 morphological characters found I. suongmu and I. machili Wood as sister species. Species relationships, character evolution and patterns of ecology/geography were discussed in context of the cladogram. A modification of Beaver’s (2000) key was presented to accommodate I. suongmu and I. machili . A new country record was reported for I. sordidus (Blandford).
Insect Systematics & Evolution – Brill
Published: Nov 23, 2015
Keywords: Scolytidae; ambrosia beetle; cloud forest; Indochina; Southeast Asia
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