Trigonothops

Trigonothops pacifica, copyright Stephen Thorpe.

Belongs within: Harpalinae.

Trigonothops is a genus of ground beetles found in Australia and New Guinea, with a slight basal lobe on the prothorax and non-pilose tarsi with long lobes on the fourth segment.

<==Trigonothops Macleay 1864 LM87
|–T. (Trigonothops) LM87
|    |–T. (T.) dimidiata Chaudoir 1877 LM87
|    |–T. (T.) fasciata Macleay 1888 LM87
|    |–T. (T.) flavofasciata Chaudoir 1877 [incl. T. flavofasciata nigrosignata Chaudoir 1877] LM87
|    |–T. (T.) longiplaga Chaudoir 1877 [incl. T. pacifica lindensis Blackburn 1892] LM87
|    |–T. (T.) occidentalis Blackburn 1892 [=T. pacifica occidentalis] LM87
|    |–T. (T.) ornata Macleay 1888 LM87
|    |–T. (T.) pacifica (Erichson 1842) [=Galleida (l. c. for Calleida) pacifica] LM87
|    |–T. (T.) pallidicollis Macleay 1864 LM87
|    |–T. (T.) pallidior Macleay 1888 LM87
|    |–T. (T.) pescotti (Oke 1951) [=Xanthophoea pescotti] LM87
|    `–T. (T.) vittipennis Sloane 1908 LM87
|–T. (Abaditicus Ball & Hilchie 1983) LM87
|    |–T. (*A.) collaris (Blackburn 1901) [=Diabaticus collaris] LM87
|    `–T. (A.) meyeri Ball & Hilchie 1983 LM87
|–T. (Diabaticus Bates 1878) LM87
|    |–T. (*D.) australis (Erichson 1842) [=Plochionus australis] LM87
|    `–T. (D.) pauper (Blackburn 1901) [=Diabaticus pauper] LM87
`–T. (Phloeocarabus Macleay 1871) [incl. Notoxena Chaudoir 1877] LM87
|–T. (*P.) mastersii (Macleay 1871) [=*Phloeocarabus mastersii] LM87
|–T. (P.) anchoralis (Sloane 1917) [=Phloeocarabus anchoralis] LM87
|–T. (P.) farinae (Blackburn 1901) [=Phloeocarabus farinae] LM87
|–T. (P.) humeralis (Macleay 1888) [=Plochionus humeralis] LM87
|–T. (P.) nigricollis Macleay 1864 [=*Notoxena nigricollis] LM87
|–T. (P.) parviceps (Sloane 1923) [=Phloeocarabus parviceps] LM87
`–T. (P.) semivittatus (Macleay 1888) [=Plochionus semivittatus] LM87

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[LM87] Lawrence, J. F., B. P. Moore, J. E. Pyke & T. A. Weir. 1987. Zoological Catalogue of Australia vol. 4. Coleoptera: Archostemata, Myxophaga and Adephaga. Australian Government Publishing Service: Canberra.

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