Chun-Lin Li

Chun-Lin Li
National Taiwan University | NTU · Experimental Forest

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The genus Bolbochromus Boucomout, 1909 from the Philippines is reviewed for the first time. Six species in two subgenera, Metabolbochromus Krikken & Li, 2013 and Bolbochromus, including three new species, Bolbochromus (Bolbochromus) jengi Li & Krikken, sp. n., Bolbochromus (Bolbochromus) luzonensis Li & Krikken, sp. n., and Bolbochromus (Bolbochrom...
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The two Sinodiapterna Dellacasa, 1986 (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae: Aphodiini) species from Taiwan, including Sinodiapterna yushana Li & Wang, new species (玉山長盾蜉金龜), are reviewed with descriptions, illustrations, distributional data, and remarks. Both species represent two species groups, namely the S. troitzkyi group and the S. gorodinski...
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The genus Megistophylla (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae) was first reported from Taiwan with the descriptions and illustrations of two new species, Megistophylla formosana Wang & Li, new species () and Megistophylla xitoui Li & Wang, new species (). An annotated checklist and modified key for the species in the genus are provided. The info...
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The six Miridiba Reitter, 1902 species, including Miridiba taoi Li & Wang, new species, Miridiba huesiotoi Li & Yang, new species, and Miridiba taipei Wang & Li, new species from Taiwan are reviewed. A key for the identification of adults is provided. The following information is provided for each species: literature review, synonyms, diagnoses, da...
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A taxonomic overview of the essentially Oriental genus Bolbochromus Boucomont, 1909 is given. Two new southeast Asian subgenera are proposed: Metabolbochromus (type species Scarabaeus sulcicollis Wiedemann, 1819), characterised by unique male genitalia (lacking separated parameres), and Bolbochromops (type species Bolboceras ludekingi Lansberge, 18...
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Three new species of the Oriental bolboceratine genus Bolbochromus Boucomont 1909, Bolbochromus minutus Li and Krikken, sp. n. (Thailand), Bolbochromus nomurai Li and Krikken, sp. n. (Vietnam), and Bolbochromus malayensis Li and Krikken, sp. n. (Malaysia), are described from continental Southeast Asia with diagnoses, distributions, remarks and illu...
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Two new species of the Oriental scarab genus Tocama Reitter, 1902, Tocama laosensis sp. n. and Tocama procera sp. n., are described from Indochina with diagnoses, distributions, remarks and illustrations. A key to the species of the genus is provided with a checklist with several nomenclatural changes: Hoplosternus tonkinensis Moser, 1913 is transf...
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The Oriental Melolontha guttigera species group is revised with synopsis, a key to species, description of a new species, redescriptions of known species, remarks, illustrations, and distribution map. The guttigera species group is the only representative of the genus with its distribution extending southward from the eastern Himalayas to Indochina...
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Four genera and seven species of the scarab beetle tribe Bolboceratini s.l. in Taiwan are reviewed, including the description of a new species, Bolbelasmus minutus Li & Masumoto. After a detailed comparison with the holotype, Bolbelasmus kurosawai Masumoto is considered a junior synonym of Bolbelasmus coreanus (Kolbe). Bolbelasmus meridionalis Krik...
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This paper redefines the Oriental genus Epitrichius Tagawa (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Cetoniinae: Trichiini) and gives descriptions and illustrations of Epitrichius shinshuingensis, a new species from Taiwan. The genus also includes other six species: E. bowringii (Thomson) new combination, E. cupreipes (Bourgoin) new combination, E. elegans (Kano)...
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The rhizotrogine genus Malaisius Arrow is revised with descriptions of two new species, M. siamensis from northern montane areas of Thailand, and M. similis from northeast Yunnan, China. The type species, M. mollis Arrow, is redescribed, and Malaisius yunnanus (Moser) (Cyphochilus) is proposed as a new combination. The female of Malaisius is descri...

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