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Species Eupolemus virescens (Dallas, 1852)

  • Amphaces virescens Dallas, W.S. 1852. Descriptions of some new species of Hemipterous insects belonging to the Tribe Scutata. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London ns 2: 6-17 [14].
    Type data:
     Holotype BMNH , Australia.

 

Distribution

States

Tasmania, Victoria


Extra Distribution Information

TAS—Hobart, Mt Wellington.


IBRA and IMCRA regions (map not available)

IBRA

Tas, Vic: Australian Alps (AA), Ben Lomond (BEL), Flinders (FLI), King (KIN), Murray Darling Depression (MDD), Naracoorte Coastal Plain (NCP), South East Coastal Plain (SCP), South East Corner (SEC), South Eastern Highlands (SEH), Tasmanian Central Highlands (TCH), Tasmanian Northern Midlands (TNM), Tasmanian Northern Slopes (TNS), Tasmanian South East (TSE), Tasmanian Southern Ranges (TSR), Tasmanian West (TWE), Victorian Midlands (VM), Victorian Volcanic Plain (VVP)

Ecological Descriptors

Arboreal, diurnal, folivore, herbivore (associated flora: Eucalyptus pauciflora Sprengel [MYRTACEAE] Snow Gum), sap-feeder, terrestrial, volant.

 

General References

Kirkaldy, G.W. 1909. Catalogue of the Hemiptera (Heteroptera) with biological and anatomical references, lists of foodplants and parasites, etc. Prefaced by a discussion on nomenclature, and an analytical table of families. Cimicidae. Berlin : Felix L. Dames Vol. 1 xl 392 pp. [170] (catalogue)

Lethierry, L. & Severin, G. 1893. Catalogue Général des Hémiptères. Tome I. Hétéroptères Pentatomidae. Bruxelles : F. Hayez xi 286 pp. [252] (catalogue)

Walker, F. 1867. Catalogue of the Specimens of Heteropterous Hemiptera in the Collection of the British Museum. Part II. Scutata. London : E. Newman Preface pp. 241-417. [378] (list)

 

History of changes

Note that this list may be incomplete for dates prior to September 2013.
Published As part of group Action Date Action Type Compiler(s)
15-Aug-2012 15-Aug-2012 MODIFIED
06-Jun-2012 MODIFIED