Astylopsis collaris

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Astylopsis collaris
Siyentipiko nga pagklasipika
Ginhadi-an: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Ubosphylum: Hexapoda
Klase: Insecta
Orden: Coleoptera
Banay: Cerambycidae
Genus: Astylopsis
Espesye: Astylopsis collaris
Binomial nga ngaran
Astylopsis collaris
(Haldeman, 1847)
Mga sinonimo

Amniscus collaris MacRae, 1993[1]
Amniscus collaris Chemsak, Linsley & Noguera, 1992[2]
Amniscus collaris Morris, 1987[3]
Amniscus collaris Gosling, 1984[4]
Amniscus collaris Turnbow & Franklin, 1980[5]
Amniscus collaris Laliberté, Chantal & LaRochelle, 1977[6]
Amniscus collaris Gosling & Gosling, 1976[7]
Amniscus collaris Gilmour, 1965[8]
Amniscus collaris Dillon, 1956[9]
Leptostylus collaris Fattig, 1947[10]
Leptostylus collaris Procter, 1946[11]
Leptostylus collaris Löding, 1945[12]
Leptostylus collaris Knull, 1934[13]
Leptostylus collaris var. interruptus Leonard, 1928[14]
Leptostylus collaris Kirk & Knull, 1926[15]
Leptostylus collaris var. interruptus Aurivillius, 1923[16]
Leptostylus collaris Craighead, 1923[17]
Leptostylus collaris Aurivillius, 1923[16]
Leptostylus collaris Britton, 1920[18]
Leptostylus collaris Nicolay, 1919[19]
Leptostylus collaris Rohwer, 1913[20]
Leptostylus collaris Smith, 1910[21]
Leptostylus collaris Blatchley, 1910[22]
Leptostylus collaris Felt, 1906[23]
Leptostylus collaris Ulke, 1903[24]
Leptostylus collaris Smith, 1900[25]
Leptostylus collaris Wickham, 1897[26]
Leptostylus collaris var. interruptus Hamilton in Leng & Hamilton, 1896[27]
Leptostylus collaris Leng & Hamilton, 1896[27]
Leptostylus collaris Chittenden, 1894[28]
Leptostylus collaris Horn, 1880[29]
Leptostylus interruptus Gemminger & Harold, 1873[30]
Leptostylus collaris Leconte, 1873[31]
Leptostylus collaris Gemminger & Harold, 1873[30]
Leptostylus interruptus Lacordaire, 1872[32]
Leptostylus collaris Lacordaire, 1872[32]
Amniscus interruptus White, 1855[33]
Amniscus collaris White, 1855[33]
Leptostylus interruptus Melsheimer, 1853[34]
Leptostylus collaris Melsheimer, 1853[34]
Leptostylus interruptus LeConte, 1852[35]
Leptostylus collaris LeConte, 1852[35]
Amniscus interruptus Haldeman, 1847[36]
Amniscus collaris Haldeman, 1847[36]

An Astylopsis collaris[37] in uska species han Coleoptera nga syahan ginhulagway ni Samuel Stehman Haldeman hadton 1847. An Astylopsis collaris in nahilalakip ha genus nga Astylopsis, ngan familia nga Cerambycidae.[37][38] Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista.[37]


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