Asemum striatum

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Asemum striatum
Siyentipiko nga klasipikasyon
Ginharian: Animalia
Punoan: Arthropoda
Ilalum punoan: Hexapoda
Klase: Insecta
Matang: Coleoptera
Pamilya: Cerambycidae
Henero: Asemum
Kaliwatan: Asemum striatum
Siyentipikong ngalan
Asemum striatum
(Linne, 1758)
Sinonimo

Asemum (asemum) striatum Goggi, 2006[1]
Asemum striatum var. theresae Villiers, 1978[2]
Asemum striatum var. neglegens Villiers, 1978[2]
Asemum striatum var. limbatipenne Villiers, 1978[2]
Asemum striatum var. agreste Villiers, 1978[2]
Asemum atrum Laliberté, Chantal & LaRochelle, 1977[3]
Anobium striatum El-Hariri, 1968[4]
Callidium agreste Zimsen, 1964[5]
Asemum atrum Chagnon & Robert, 1962[6]
Asemum atrum Linsley, Knull & Statham, 1961[7]
Asemum atrum Gardiner, 1957[8]
Asemum atrum Clark, 1956[9]
Asemum moestum Becker, 1955[10]
Asemum atrum Thomas, 1955[11]
Asemum atrum Hicks, 1955[12]
Asemum atrum Keen, 1952[13]
Asemum atrum Beal & al., 1952[14]
Asemum moestum Jaques, 1951[15]
Asemum atrum Howden & Vogt, 1951[16]
Asemum moestum Gardiner, 1950[17]
Asemum moestum Craighead, 1950[18]
Asemum atrum Knowlton & Wood, 1950[19]
Asemum moestum Hardy, 1948[20]
Asemum atrum Leech, 1947[21]
Asemum moestum Procter, 1946[22]
Asemum atrum Knull, 1946[23]
Asemum moestum Löding, 1945[24]
Asemum atrum Kimmey & Furniss, 1943[25]
Asemum moestum Parmelee, 1941[26]
Asemum moestum Savely, 1939[27]
Asemum moestum Brimley, 1938[28]
Asemum carolinum Brimley, 1938[28]
Asemum atrum Hatch, 1938[29]
Asemum atrum Lange, 1937[30]
Asemum moestum Doane & al., 1936[31]
Asemum fulvipenne Knowlton & Thatcher, 1936[32]
Asemum atrum Knowlton & Thatcher, 1936[32]
Asemum atrum Doane & al., 1936[31]
Asemum atrum Chagnon, 1936[33]
Asemum moestum Herrick, 1935[34]
Asemum moestum Easterling, 1934[35]
Asemum maestum Brown, 1934[36]
Asemum atrum Mank, 1934[37]
Asemum atrum DeLeon, 1934[38]
Asemum atrum Brown, 1934[36]
Asemum moestum Wolcott & Montgomery, 1933[39]
Asemum moestum Beaulne, 1932[40]
Asemum atrum Beaulne, 1932[40]
Asemum atrum Hopping, 1931[41]
Asemum atrum Pack, 1930[42]
Asemum atrum Knowlton, 1930[43]
Asemum moestum Leonard, 1928[44]
Asemum ebenum Leonard, 1928[44]
Asemum moestum Procter, 1927[45]
Asemum atrum Engelhardt, 1927[46]
Asemum moestum Kirk & Knull, 1926[47]
Asemum atrum Fall, 1926[48]
Asemum atrum Essig, 1926[49]
Asemum moestum Hatch, 1925[50]
Asemum stocktonense Casey, 1924[51]
Asemum carolinum Casey, 1924[51]
Asemum atrum Casey, 1924[51]
Asemum moestum Craighead, 1923[52]
Asemum atrum Craighead, 1923[52]
Asemum moestum Kirk, 1922[53]
Asemum moestum Britton, 1920[54]
Asemum atrum Craighead, 1920[55]
Asemum moestum Nicolay, 1919[56]
Asemum moestum Blackman & Stage, 1918[57]
Asemum atrum Garnett, 1918[58]
Asemum moestum Nicolay, 1917[59]
Asemum moestum Chagnon, 1917[60]
Asemum pugetanum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum parvicorne Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum moestum Frost, 1912[62]
Asemum moestum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum moestum Aurivillius, 1912[63]
Asemum juvencum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum gracilicorne Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum fuscum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum fulvipenne Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum ebenum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum curtipenne Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum costulatum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum brevicorne Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum atrum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum atrum Aurivillius, 1912[63]
Asemum amputatum Casey, 1912[61]
Asemum moestum Smith, 1910[64]
Asemum moestum Wickham, 1909[65]
Asemum moestum Fall & Cockerell, 1907[66]
Asemum atrum Fall & Cockerell, 1907[66]
Asemum moestum Houghton, 1905[67]
Asemum moestum 1905
Asemum moestum Hopkins, 1904[68]
Asemum moestum Ulke, 1903[69]
Asemum moestum Knaus, 1903[70]
Asemum moestum Ouellet, 1902[71]
Asemum moestum MacGillivray & Houghton, 1902[72]
Asemum moestum Dury, 1902[73]
Asemum atrum Ouellet, 1902[71]
Asemum moestum Smith, 1900[74]
Asemum moestam Wickham, 1899[75]
Asemum atrum Warren, 1899[76]
Asemum atrum Harrington, 1899[77]
Asemum moestum Wickham, 1897[78]
Asemum atrum Wickham, 1897[78]
Asemum atrum Chagnon, 1897[79]
Asemum moestum Beutenmüller, 1896[80]
Asemum atrum Beutenmüller, 1896[80]
Asemum moestum Hamilton, 1895[81]
Asemum moestum Evans, 1895[82]
Asemum atrum Keen, 1895[83]
Asemum moestum Slosson, 1894[84]
Asemum moestum Hamilton, 1894[85]
Asemum moestum Hopkins, 1893[86]
Asemum striatum var. moestum Hamilton, 1890[87]
Asemum moestum Packard, 1890[88]
Asemum atrum Packard, 1890[88]
Asemum atrum Harrington, 1890[89]
Asemum atrum Holland, 1888[90]
Asemum moestum Knaus, 1885[91]
Asemum moestum Leng, 1884[92]
Asemum atrum Leng, 1884[92]
Asemum moestum Packard, 1881[93]
Asemum moestum Harrington, 1881[94]
Asemum atrum Harrington, 1881[94]
Asemum moestum Riley, 1880[95]
Asemum moestum LeConte, 1879[96]
Asemum atrum Snow, 1877[97]
Asemum moestum Horn, 1876[98]
Asemum moestum Henshaw, 1874[99]
Callidium striatum Bethune, 1872[100]
Asemum moestum Packard, 1872[101]
Asemum moestum Gemminger & Harold, 1872[102]
Asemum juvencum Gemminger & Harold, 1872[102]
Asemum atrum Gemminger & Harold, 1872[102]
Asemum moestum Pettit, 1871[103]
Asemum atrum LeConte, 1869[104]
Asemum moestum Bland, 1861[105]
Asemum subsulcatum Motschulsky, 1860[106]
Asemum moestum LeConte, 1857[107]
Asemum atrum LeConte, 1857[107]
Asemum moestum White, 1855[108]
Asemum atrum White, 1855[108]
Asemum moestum Melsheimer, 1853[109]
Asemum moestum Mannerheim, 1853[110]
Asemum juvencum Melsheimer, 1853[109]
Asemum fuscum Melsheimer, 1853[109]
Asemum atrum Melsheimer, 1853[109]
Asemum atrum LeConte, 1851[111]
Asemum moestum LeConte, 1850[112]
Asemum substriatum Haldeman, 1847[113]
Asemum moestum var. obsoletum Haldeman, 1847[113]
Asemum moestum var. brunneum 1847
Asemum moestum Haldeman, 1847[113]
Asemum juvencum Haldeman, 1847[113]
Asemum fuscum Haldeman, 1847[113]
Asemum atrum Mannerheim, 1843[114]
Callidium striatum Castelnau, 1840[115]
Callidium striatum Kirby, 1837[116]
Asemum atrum Eschscholtz, 1830[117]
Callidium striatum Fabricius, 1801[118]
Callidium agreste Fabricius, 1801[118]
Cerambyx (callidium) dichrous Gmelin, 1790[119]
Cerambyx (callidium) agrestis Gmelin, 1790[119]
Callidium agreste Fabricius, 1787[120]
Callidium striatum Fabricius, 1775[121]
Cerambyx striatus Linné, 1767[122]
Cerambyx striatus Linné, 1758[123]


Asemum striatum[124] maoy kaliwatan sa bakukang nga una nga gihulagway ni Linne ni adtong 1758. Ang Asemum striatum kay sakop sa henero nga Asemum, ug pamilya nga Cerambycidae.[124][125]

Kini nga matang hayop na sabwag sa[124]:

  • Liechtenstein.
  • Luxembourg.
  • France.
  • Honduras.
  • Kazakhstan.
  • Ukraine.

Walay nalista nga matang nga sama niini.[124]


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