Harpactorini

Harpactorini is a tribe of the Harpactorinae (assassin bugs). This group is the most diverse of the entire assassin bug family, with 51 genera recognized in the Neotropical Region and 289 genera and 2003 species overall.[1]

Harpactorini
Spined Assassin Bug - Sinea diadema, Julie Metz Wetlands, Woodbridge, Virginia.jpg
Sinea diadema
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hemiptera
Family: Reduviidae
Subfamily: Harpactorinae
Tribe: Harpactorini
Amyot & Audinet-Serville, 1843

This tribe contains the only genera of the reduviidae with exaggerated modifications of the pronotum, such as the wheel bug (Arilus) and the strongly raised and divided posterior pronotal lobe in Ulpius Stål, 1865.[2]

GeneraEdit

Other generaEdit

Aga - Agrioclopius - Agriolestes - Agriosphodrus - Agyrius - Alcmenoides - Ambastus - Amphibolus - Analanca - Anyttus - Aphonocoris - Aprepolestes - Arcesius - Aristathlus - Astinus - Aulacoclopius - Aulacosphodrus - Australcnema - Austrarcesius - Austrovelinus - Authenta - Baliemocoris - Bequaertidea - Bergrothellus - Bettotanocoris - Bewanicoris - Biasticus - Blapton - Bocatella - Brassivola - Breddinia - Bubiacoris - Bukacoris - Butuanocoris - Callanocoris - Callilestes - Callistodema - Campsolomus - Campylorhyncha - Carmenula - Catasphactes - Cerellius - Chaetacantha - Chondrolophus - Cidoria - Coliniella - Colpochilocoris - Coniophyrta - Coranopsis - Corcia - Corhinoris - Cosmolestes - Cosmosycanus - Cydnocoris - Debilia - Diarthrotarsus - Dinocleptes - Domnus - Dumbia - Ecelenodalus - Elemacoris - Elongicoris - Endochiella - Endochopsis - Endochus - Epidaucus - Epidaus - Erbessus - Euagoropsis - Eurocconota - Eurosomocoris - Floresocoris - Gattonocoris - Gminatellus - Gminatus - Gonteosphodrus - Gorareduvius - Graptocleptes - Graptoclopius - Graptolestes - Haematochares - Hagia - Hagiana - Haplolestes - Harpagocoris - Harrisocoris - Havinthus - Hediocoris - Helonotus - Heterocorideus - Hiranetis - Hoffmannocoris - Homalosphodrus - Hoplomargasus - Hoplopium - IgoraIocoris - Iquitozelus - Iranthoides - Ischnoclopius - Ischnolestes - Isocondylus - Isyndus - Ixopus - Jeanneliella - Kalabitocoris - Kalonotocoris - Kaniama - Keiserocoris - Kibatia - Kibonotocoris - Komodocoris - Lamottellus - Lamprosphodrus - Lanca - Leptolestes - Lerton - Lestonicoris - Lindus - Lingnania - Lissocleptes - Loboplusius - Lophocephala - Luja - Macracanthopsis - Mafulucoris - Makilingana - Maldonadocoris - Mametocoris - Margasus - Marjoriana - Massartia - Mastigonomus - Mastocoris - Mastostethocoris - Mecistocoris - Microcarenus - Mireella - Mireicoris - Mokoto - Montina - Moto - Motoperius - Mucrolicter - Myocoris - Nacorus - Nacurosana - Nagustoides - Nannotegea - Nanyukicoris - Narsetes - Neoarcesius - Neobiasticus - Neocydnocoris - Neohavinthus - Neonagusta - Neosphedanolestes - Neotropiconyttus - Neoveledella - Neovelinus - Neovillanovanus - Nesocastolus - Nicrus - Nothocleptes - Occamus - Odontogonus - Oedemanota - Palawanocoris - Paloptus - Paniaia - Panthous - Pantoleistes - Paracydnocoris - Parahiranetis - Paralcnema - Paramphibolus - Parapanthous - Parapeprius - Parasclomina - Paravadimon - Parendochus - Pareulyes - Parharpagocoris - Parhelonotus - Parirantha - Peprius - Perissorhynchus - Peyrierocoris - Pharagocoris - Phemius - Phonoctonus - Phonolibes - Piestolestes - Pirnonota - Pisilus - Platerus - Poecilobdallus - Poeciloclopius - Poecilosphodrus - Polididus - Pseudolopodes - Pseudolopodytes - Pseudophonoctonus - Pyrrhosphodrus - Rhapactor - Rhaphidosoma - Rhinocoroides - Rihirbus - Sava - Saxitius - Scipinia - Sclomina - Scoloponotus - Serendiba - Serendibana - Serendus - Siamocoris - Sindala - Sosius - Sphodronyttus - Stachyomerus - Stalireduvius - Stehlikia - Tegea - Tegellula - Testusius - Thereutocoris - Thysanuchus - Tivanius - Toxocamptellus - Trachylestes - Vibertiola

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Helcio R. Gil-Santana and Dimitri Forero. "A new species of Notocyrtus, a new synonym of Coilopus, and new records and notes on other Harpactorini (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Harpactorinae) from South America" (PDF). Zootaxa 2148: 55–67 (2009).
  2. ^ Heteropteran Systematics Lab @ UCR. "Genus-level Phylogeny of Harpactorini (Reduviidae: Harpactorinae)". Heteropteran Systematics Lab @ UCR.
  3. ^ BioLib: genus Alcmena Stål, 1859 (retrieved 18 May 2020)

External LinksEdit

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