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Anilara brasiliensis Kerremans, 1900 by original designation.
The genus was originally described by Théry (1934) as a subgenus of Tetragonoschema Thompson, 1857 which was accepted also by Bellamy (2008). The subgenus was subsequently upgraded to a genus by Bílý (2012). The genus Anilaroides contains only two very similar species distributed in Brasil and revised by Bílý (2012).
- Bílý, S; 2013: A study on the Neotropical Anthaxiini (Coleoptera, Buprestidae, Buprestinae) ZooKeys, 304: 17-47. doi
- Théry A (1934) Contributions a l‘étude de la faune de Mozambique. Voyage de M. P. Lesne (1928–1929). 15e note, Coléoptères, Buprestides. Memórias e Estudos do Museu Zoológico de Universidade de Coimbra (1) No 77: 1-31.
- Bellamy C (2008) A world catalogue and bibliography of the jewel beetles (Coleoptera: Buprestoidea). Volume 3. Buprestinae: Pterobothrini through Agrilinae: Rhaeboscelina. Pensoft series faunistica No. 78, Sofia – Moscow, pp. (1–2) + 1261–1932.
- Bílý S (2012) A revision of the genera Anilaroides Théry, 1934, stat. nov. and Tetragonoschema Thomson, 1857 (Coleoptera: Buprestidae: Buprestinae: Anthaxiini). Zootaxa 3521: 1-38.