Urgleptes querci

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Urgleptes querci
Siyentipiko nga klasipikasyon
Ginharian: Animalia
Punoan: Arthropoda
Ilalum punoan: Hexapoda
Klase: Insecta
Han-ay: Coleoptera
Pamilya: Cerambycidae
Henera: Urgleptes
Espesye: Urgleptes querci
Siyentipikong ngalan
Urgleptes querci
(Fitch, 1859)
Sinonimo

Lepturges querei Senchina, 2005[1]
Lepturges querci Furth, 1985[2]
Lepturges querci Peck, 1963[3]
Lepturges querci Chagnon & Robert, 1962[4]
Lepturges querci Steyskal, 1951[5]
Lepturges querci Fattig, 1947[6]
Lepturges querci Knull, 1946[7]
Lepturges querci Löding, 1945[8]
Lepturges quercus Hoffmann, 1942[9]
Lepturges querci Hoffmann, 1940[10]
Lepturges querci Chagnon, 1938[11]
Lepturges querci Brimley, 1938[12]
Lepturges querci Löding, 1933[13]
Lepturges querci Beaulne, 1932[14]
Lepturges querci Barrett, 1932[15]
Lepturges querci Knull, 1930[16]
Lepturges querci Leonard, 1928[17]
Lepturges querci Brues, 1927[18]
Lepturges querci Kirk & Knull, 1926[19]
Lepturges querci Champlain, Kirk & Knull, 1925[20]
Lepturges querci Blackman & Stage, 1924[21]
Lepturges tristis Aurivillius, 1923[22]
Lepturges quercus Aurivillius, 1923[22]
Lepturges querci Craighead, 1923[23]
Lepturges querci Morris, 1920[24]
Lepturges querci Frost, 1920[25]
Lepturges querci Britton, 1920[26]
Lepturges querci Nicolay, 1919[27]
Lepturges querci Chagnon, 1917[28]
Lepturges querci Stoner, 1915[29]
Lepturges tristis Casey, 1913[30]
Lepturges querci Casey, 1913[30]
Lepturges querci Fisher & Kirk, 1912[31]
Lepturges querci Smith, 1910[32]
Lepturges querci Leng, 1910[33]
Lepturges querci Blatchley, 1910[34]
Lepturges querci Wickham, 1909[35]
Lepturges querci Felt, 1906[36]
Lepturges querci Chagnon, 1905[37]
Lepturges quercus Ulke, 1903[38]
Lepturges querci Dury, 1902[39]
Lepturgus querci Smith, 1900[40]
Lepturges querci Wickham, 1898[41]
Lepturges querci Leng & Hamilton, 1896[42]
Lepturges querci Beutenmüller, 1896[43]
Lepturges querci Hamilton, 1895[44]
Lepturges querci Chittenden, 1894[45]
Lepturges querci Townsend, 1893[46]
Lepturges querci Packard, 1890[47]
Leiopus querci Packard, 1890[47]
Lepturges querci 1884
Leiopus querci Packard, 1881[48]
Liopus quercus Riley, 1880[49]
Lepturges querci Horn, 1880[50]
Leiopus querci Popenoe, 1877[51]
Leiopus querci Fitch, 1859[52]


Espesye sa bakukang nga una nga gihulagway ni Fitch ni adtong 1859 ang Urgleptes querci[53]. Ang Urgleptes querci sakop sa kahenera nga Urgleptes sa kabanay nga Cerambycidae.[53][54] Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya.[53]


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