Phanerotoma coleoptera and Hymenoptera

Ken Kinman kinman at HOTMAIL.COM
Fri Apr 4 15:02:12 CST 2003

     The spelling Phanerotoma can only be applied to the hymenopteran genus.
     As for the beetle genus Phanerotoma named by Solier, it may or may not
need a replacement name.  If any junior synonyms are already available, the
next available name would replace it.  Or if Phanerotoma Solier itself can
be shown to be a junior synonym of an older named beetle genus, then a
replacement name might not be necessary.  Depends on the details of the
            ----- Cheers,
>Reply-To: "Vr.R.E.M.J..-B. BEJSAK-COLLOREDO-MANSFELD" <ricardo at ANS.COM.AU>
>Subject: Phanerotoma coleoptera and Hymenoptera
>Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2003 20:30:44 +1000
>Dear colleagues
>There is Phanerotoma Solier 1843  in coleoptera Tenebrionidae
>Phanerotoma Wesmael 1838 in Hymenoptara Braconidae
>I would like to know if Phanerotoma Sol., has to be renamed...
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