Neocuris fortnumi, copyright Reiner Richter.

Belongs within: Anthaxiini.

Neocuris is an Australian genus of jewel beetles found in dry sclerophyll habitat and mallee scrub.

Neocuris Fairmaire 1877B85
|--N. anthaxioidesM86
|--N. asperipennisM86
|--N. coerulansM86
|--N. cuprilateraM86
|--N. dichroaM86
|--N. discoflavaM86
|--N. fortnumi (Hope 1846) [=Anthaxia fortnumi]M86
|--N. gracilis Macleay 1872M86
|--N. guerini (Hope 1845) [=Stigmodera guerinii]M86
|--N. mastersi Macleay 1872M86
|--N. monochromaM86
|--N. pauperataM86
|--N. sororM86
|--N. thoracicaM86
`--N. viridimicansM86

*Type species of generic name indicated


[B85] Bellamy, C. L. 1985. A catalogue of the higher taxa of the family Buprestidae (Coleoptera). Navorsinge van die Nasionale Museum Bloemfontein 4 (15): 405–472.

[M86] Masters, G. 1886. Catalogue of the described Coleoptera of Australia. Part III. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, series 2, 1 (1): 21–126.

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