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- doesburgi Corporaal, 1937: 60 (Brachycallimerus; type locality: “Java”); –Kolibáč 1998: 182 (Callimerus coomani-group).
Type material examined
Holotype of Brachycallimerus doesburgi Corporaal: “P. H. v. Doesburg, Java, Gg. Moeria, Tjolo, 700–1000, 10.XII.1933 / J. B. Corporaal: Holotype: Brachycallimerus doesburgi Corp., 1936 [hw. by Corporaal] / Brachycallimerus doesburgi Corporaal, 1937, ZMAN type COLE. 1753. 1” (ZMAN, ♀; Figs 76–78); Paratype of Callimerus doesburgi: “Java merid, 1500, 1891, H. Fruhstorfer / J. B. Corporaal, Allotype: Brachycallimerus doesburgi Corp., 1936 [hw. by Corporaal] / Museum Paris, 1952, Coll. R. Oberthür / Type / Paratype: Brachycallimerus doesburgi Corporaal, 1937; det. Yang G. Y., 2011” (MNHN, 1♀).
Note on Type material
The sex of the paratype was mistaken in the original publication.
This species was included in Kolibáč’s (1998) “coomani-group” for its claws without a basal tooth; moreover, its metatibia without subapical projection on outer edge and body with metallic luster, are evidence in support of Kolibáč’s assignment.
- Yang, G; Montreuil, O; Yang, X; 2013: Taxonomic revision of the genus Callimerus Gorham s. l. (Coleoptera, Cleridae). Part I. latifrons species-group ZooKeys, 294: 9-35. doi
- Kolibáč J (1998) Classification of the subfamily Hydnocerinae Spinola, 1844 (Coleoptera: Cleridae). Acta Musei Moraviae Scientiae Biologicae 83 (1/2): 127–210.