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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Coleoptera
Familia: Tenebrionidae
Genus: Uloma

Name

Uloma bonzica Marseul, 1876Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Material examined

Types, 1♂1♀ (MNHN, the Marseul Collection), Nzgzzalli. Others: 1♂1♀ (MHBU), China, Zhejiang, Longquan County, Mt. Fengyangshan, 25 July 2007, H. Y. Liu and Z. H. Gao lgt.; 2♂♂1♀ (NMNS), Fujitani Iga-Ueno, Mie, 3 November 1984, K. Ishida lgt.

Description

Male (Fig. 1D). Mentum subhexagonal, slightly emarginate at anterior margin, with V-shaped convex and fine transverse wrinkles in the middle, without hair. Ligula depressed in the middle with dense hairs and hairy area wide. Antennae reaching to basal 1/3 of pronotum; antennomere 11 nearly semi-spherical. Pronotum nearly 1.5 times as wide as long, widest at basal 1/3; pronotum with a small deep anterior impression and a pair of low protuberances on both sides and posterior margin of impression respectively. Protibia with two unequal apical spurs, inner edge nearly straight at base, distinctly protruding to inner apex; outer edge with 7–8 sharp denticulations at apical 2/3; dorsal surface with large, dense and confluent punctures. Female (Fig. 1E) ligula with dense hairs and hairy area wide, pronotum without anterior impression, last ventrite without apical groove.

Remarks

The Chinese specimens almost conform to the original description by Marseul (1876)[4], but body length (11.7 mm) is slightly longer than that of the specimens from Japan (10.6 mm), and also the ratio of the distance between the eyes versus their diameter (ca. 2.5) less than that of the specimens from Japan (ca. 2.8). However, we think these two characters as intraspecific differences.

Distribution

China: Zhejiang (new record); Japan (Marseul 1876[4], Gebien 1940[5], Nakane 1956[1], Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2], Kwon and Choi 1986[6], Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Korea (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2], Kwon and Choi 1986[6], Löbl et al. 2008[3]).

Key to known species of the genus Uloma from Zhejiang Province of China

List of Uloma species from China (1) Uloma acrodonta sp. n.
China: Zhejiang.
(2) Uloma bonzica Marseul, 1876
China: Zhejiang (new record). Korea (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Kwon and Choi 1986[6]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Japan (Marseul 1876[4]; Gebien 1940[5]; Nakane 1956[1]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Kwon and Choi 1986[6]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(3) Uloma castanea Ren & Liu, 2004
China: Yunnan (Ren and Liu 2004[8]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Henan, Anhui, Chongqing, Sichuan, Guizhou, Fujian (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(4) Uloma compressa Liu & Ren, 2008
China: Yunnan (Liu and Ren 2008[11]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Hunan, Sichuan, Guizhou, Guangxi, Guangdong, Taiwan (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(5) Uloma contortimargina Liu & Ren, 2007
China: Hunan, Yunnan, Guizhou (Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(6) Uloma contracta Fairmaire, 1882
China: Yunnan, Guangxi, Hainan (Liu and Ren 2007[10]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]). Malaysia (Schawaller 2000[12]); Indonesia (Fairmaire 1882[13]; Gebien 1913[14]; Gebien 1940[5]; Schawaller 2000[12]; Liu and Ren 2007[10]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Philippines (Gebien 1913[14]; Gebien 1921[15]); Oriental Region (Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(7) Uloma excisa excisa Gebien, 1914
China: Zhejiang (Ba and Ren 2009[16]); Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Hainan (Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Fujian (Kaszab 1954[17]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Taiwan (Gebien 1914[7]; Gebien 1940[5]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Akita and Masumoto 2015[18]); SE China (Akita and Masumoto 2015[18]). Vietnam (Kaszab 1980[19]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Akita and Masumoto 2015[18]); Korea (Kim and Kim 2004[20]); Japan (Nakane 1956[1]; Akita and Masumoto 2015[18]); Oriental Region (Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(8) Uloma fengyangensis sp. n.
China: Zhejiang.
(9) Uloma formosana Kaszab, 1941
China: Taiwan (Kaszab 1941[21]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(10) Uloma fukiensis Kaszab, 1954
China: Zhejiang (Fang and Wu 2001[22]; Ren and Dong 2001[23]; Ba and Ren 2009[16]); Fujian (Kaszab 1954[17]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Taiwan (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(11) Uloma gongshanica Ren & Liu, 2004
China: Yunnan (Ren and Liu 2004[8]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Hubei, Guizhou, Fujian, Taiwan (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(12) Uloma hirticornis Kaszab, 1980
China: Yunnan (Kaszab 1980[19]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]). Vietnam (Kaszab 1980[19]).
(13) Uloma integrimargina Liu & Ren, 2007
China: Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]).
(14) Uloma intricornicula Liu, Ren & Wang, 2007
China: Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]); Fujian (Liu et al. 2007[24]).
(15) Uloma kondoi Nakane, 1968
China: Fujian (Liu et al. 2007[24]). Japan (Nakane 1968[25]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Liu et al. 2007[24]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(16) Uloma liangi Ren & Liu, 2004
China: Yunnan (Ren and Liu 2004[8]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Anhui, Chongqing, Sichuan, Guizhou, Fujian (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(17) Uloma longolineata Liu & Ren, 2007
China: Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]).
(18) Uloma meifengensis Masumoto, 1982
China: Taiwan (Masumoto 1982[26]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(19) Uloma metogana Ren & Yin, 2004
China: Tibet (Ren and Yin 2004[27]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Yunnan (Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(20) Uloma minuta Liu, Ren & Wang, 2007
China: Henan, Anhui, Hunan, Sichuan, Yunnan, Guangdong (Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]); Fujian (Liu et al. 2007[24]).
(21) Uloma miyakei Masumoto & Nishikawa, 1986
China: Taiwan (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(22) Uloma mulidenta Ren & Liu, 2004
China: Yunnan (Ren and Liu 2004[8]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Chongqing, Guizhou (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(23) Uloma nakanei Masumoto & Nishikawa, 1986
China: Taiwan (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(24) Uloma nanshanchica Masumoto & Nishikawa, 1986
China: Taiwan (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(25) Uloma nomurai Masumoto, 1982
China: Taiwan (Masumoto 1982[26]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(26) Uloma polita (Wiedemann, 1821)
China: Zhejiang (Fang and Wu 2001[22]; Ren and Dong 2001[23]); Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Taiwan (Miwa 1931[28]; Gebien 1940[5]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]). India (Gebien 1912[30]; Miwa 1931[28]; Gebien 1940[5]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Sri Lanka (Walker 1858[31]; Miwa 1931[28]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Schawaller 1996[29]); Nepal (Schawaller 1996[29]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Bhutan (Kaszab 1975[32]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Bangladesh (Wiedemann 1821[33]); Burma (Gebien 1912[30]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Schawaller 1996[29]); Thailand (Schawaller 1996[29]); Laos (Gebien 1912[30]); Vietnam (Gebien 1912[30]; Kaszab 1980[19]; Schawaller 1996[29]); Indonesia (Miwa 1931[28]; Gebien 1940[5]); Japan (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Madagascar (Fairmaire 1903[34]; Gebien 1940[5]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Schawaller 2015[35]); Mauritius (Gebien 1940[5]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Schawaller 2015[35]); Rodriguez Islands (Schawaller 1996[29]; Schawaller 2015[35]); Himalayas (Schawaller 1996[29]); Oriental Region (Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Schawaller 2015[35]); Afrotropical Region (Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(27) Uloma quadratithoraca Liu & Ren, 2008
China: Hunan (Liu and Ren 2008[11]).
(28) Uloma reitteri Kaszab, 1941
China: Sichuan (Kaszab 1941b[36]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(29) Uloma reticulata Liu, Ren & Wang, 2007
China: Fujian (Liu et al. 2007[24]).
(30) Uloma rubripes rubripes (Hope, 1831)
China: Taiwan (Miwa 1931[28]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]). India (Gebien 1940[5]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Schawaller 2000[12]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Nepal (Hope 1831[37]; Gebien 1927[38]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Bhutan (Kaszab 1975[32]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Thailand (Gebien 1927[38]; Schawaller 1996[29]); Vietnam (Fairmaire 1893[39]; Kaszab 1980[19]); Malaysia (Schawaller 1996[29]; Schawaller 2000[12]); Indonesia (Fabricius 1801[40]; Miwa 1931[28]; Fairmaire 1882[13]; Gebien 1914[7]; Gebien 1927[38]; Schawaller 1996[29]; Schawaller 2000[12]); Philippines (Gebien 1921[15]; Gebien 1940[5]; Schawaller 2000[12]); New Guinea (Gebien 1940[5]; Schawaller 2000[12]); Himalayas (Schawaller 1996[29]; Schawaller 2000[12]); Oriental Region (Löbl et al. 2008[3]); Australian Region (Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(31) Uloma sauteri Kaszab, 1941
China: Taiwan (Kaszab 1941a[21]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(32) Uloma splendida Ren & Liu, 2004
China: Yunnan (Ren and Liu 2004[8]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Guizhou (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(33) Uloma takagii Masumoto & Nishikawa, 1986
China: Taiwan (Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(34) Uloma tsugeae Masumoto, 1982
China: Taiwan (Masumoto 1982[26]; Masumoto and Nishikawa 1986[2]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]).
(35) Uloma valgipes Liu & Ren, 2013
China: Yunnan (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(36) Uloma versicolor Ren & Liu, 2004
China: Yunnan (Ren and Liu 2004[8]; Löbl et al. 2008[3]; Liu and Ren 2013[9]); Guizhou (Liu and Ren 2013[9]).
(37) Uloma zhengi Liu & Ren, 2007
China: Guangxi (Liu and Ren 2007[10]).

Taxon Treatment

  • Liu, S; Ren, G; 2016: Two new species and one newly recorded species of Uloma Dejean, 1821 from Zhejiang, China (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae, Ulomini) ZooKeys, (607): 103-118. doi

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