By Mohamed S. Mohamedsaid
Almost immediately, taxonomic details at the Chrysomelidae from Malaysia can purely be retrieved from a few resources, similar to the Coleopterorum Catalogus, with it most recent e-book in 1973, and the scattered taxonomic guides chanced on around the world. therefore, the booklet of this catalogue could be a unmarried reference for the taxonomic info from the rustic. Malaysia contains of the Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah and Sarawak, the Malaysian territory in Borneo. This catalogue will current a present taxonomic prestige of the Chrysomelidae, not just from Malaysia, but in addition from different elements of Borneo, that are lower than the sovereignty of Brunei Darussalam and Indonesia (Kalimantan). of the Malaysian Chrysomelidae is a entire one, either for Malaysia in addition to Borneo. There are 1069 species and 215 genera belonging to thirteen subfamilies indexed within the catalogue. Out of this 1069 species, 634 and 619 are recorded from Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia, respectively. every one species is supplied with clinical identify, synonyms references and distributional facts. The catalogues may be of use not just to experts in taxonomy and faunistics of this different and economically very important beetle workforce, but additionally to biogeographers, nature conservationists, quarantine officials, scholars, creditors and museum employees.
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Mohamedsaid, 1999, Serangga, 4(1): 25 (Melaka, Negeri Sembilan). Distribution: Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Thailand. Genus Edistus Lefevre 1884 Edistus cupreatus Chujo Edistus cupreatus Chujo, 1964, Nature and Life in SE Asia, Kyoto, 3: 271 (Brunei). Distribution: Brunei. 43 Eumolpinae Genus Rhyparida Baly 1861 Rhyparida iridipennis Jacoby Rhyparida iridipennis Jacoby, 1895, Stettiner Ent. , 56: 58 (Borneo; MCZ). Distribution: Borneo. Rhyparida laticollis Baly Rhyparida laticollis Baly, 1867, Trans.
1: 271 (Perak; MCZ). Distribution: Peninsular Malaysia. 56 Eumolpinae Aulacia diversa Baly Aulacia diversa Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, ser. 3, 4(2): 268 (Singapore; BMNH). Distribution: Singapore. Aulacia femorata Baly Aulacia femorata Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, ser. 3, 4(2): 269 (Sarawak; BMNH). Distribution: Sarawak. Aulacia fulviceps Baly Aulacia fulviceps Baly, 1867, Trans.. Ent. Soc. London, ser. 3, 4(2): 268 (Sarawak; BMNH). Distribution: Sarawak. Tribe Adoxini Jacoby 1908 Genus Scelodonta Westwood 1837 Scelodonta dillwyni (Stephens) Emolpus dillwyni Stephens, 1831, Ill.
Soc. London, ser. 3, 4(2): 231 (Sarawak; BMNH). Basilepta cupripennis: Kimoto, 1985, Kurume Univ. , 34(1): 64. Distribution: Sarawak. Basilepta cylindrica (Baly) Nodostoma cylindrica Baly, 1864, Descr. : 13 (Sarawak; BMNH). Nodostoma cylindricum: Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, ser. 3, 4(2): 223 (Sarawak). Basilepta cylindrica: Kimoto, 1985, Kurume Univ. , 34(1): 64. Distribution: Sarawak. 38 Eumolpinae Basilepta frontalis (Baly) Nodostoma aeneipenne Baly, 1867, Trans. Ent. Soc. London, ser.