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Anthaxia cupriceps Fairmaire & Germain, 1858 by original designation.
The genus was originally described by Hołyński (1989) as a subgenus of Anthaxia and it was upgraded to the genus level by Bílý (2004). According to Bellamy (2008) it contains 18 species but the division to several subgenera is necessary. Three species were transferred to the separate, monotypic genera (Charlesina gen. n., Cobosina gen. n. and Marikia gen. n. – see above), the remaining 15 species is assigned into three subgenera.
- Bílý, S; 2013: A study on the Neotropical Anthaxiini (Coleoptera, Buprestidae, Buprestinae) ZooKeys, 304: 17-47. doi
- Hołyński R (1989) The content and systematic position of Cylindrophora Solier, 1851 (Coleoptera, Buprestidae). Elytron, Barcelona, 3: 163-167.
- Bílý S (2004) Taxonomic studies on Anthaxiina Gory & Laporte de Castelnau and Curina Hołyński (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Zootaxa 555: 1-11.
- 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.