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Insecta Mundi 0427: 1–15


Published in 2015 by Center for Systematic Entomology, Inc. P. O. Box 141874 Gainesville, FL 32614-1874 USA Copyright held by the author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons, Attribution Non-Commercial License


Lectotypes are designated for the following species-level taxa, based on specimens in the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University: Tetratomidae (Hallomenus scapularis Melsheimer, 1846; Hallomenus serricornis LeConte, 1878); Melandryidae (Hypulus bicinctus Horn, 1888; Dircaea liturata LeConte, 1866; Dircaea fusca LeConte, 1878; Dircaea prona LeConte, 1878; Dircaea riversi LeConte, 1884; Hypulus trifasciatus Melsheimer, 1846; Microtonus sericans LeConte, 1862; Scraptia flavicollis Haldeman, 1848; Scraptia rugosa Haldeman, 1848; Melandrya maculata LeConte, 1850; Melandrya striata var. bicolor Melsheimer, 1846; Melandrya striata var. thoracica Melsheimer, 1846; Hypulus fulminans LeConte, 1859; Microscapha arctica Horn, 1893; Microscapha clavicornis LeConte, 1866; Orchesia castanea Melsheimer, 1846; Orchesia gracilis Melsheimer, 1846; Orchesia ornata Horn, 1888; Amblyctis praeses LeConte, 1879; Dircaea sericea Haldeman, 1848; Serropalpus obsoletus Haldeman, 1848; Serropalpus substriatus Haldeman, 1848; Carebara longula LeConte, 1866; Hallomenus quadripustulata Melsheimer, 1846); Mycteridae (Mycterus canescens Horn, 1879; Mycterus quadricollis Horn, 1874); and Boridae (Crymodes discicollis LeConte, 1850).