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Scientific Names

Alternative Names

Callidium acuminatum Fabricius 1801
Proparte synonym according to GBIF classification
Callidium acuminatum Zimsen 1964
Proparte synonym according to GBIF classification
Callidium scutellare Olivier 1790
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Cerambyx maculosus Olivier 1790
Proparte synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus devastator Gemminger & Harold 1872
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus devastator White 1855
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus devastator var. rufescens Gemminger & Harold 1872
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus devastator var. rufescens White 1855
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus longipes Haldeman 1847
Proparte synonym according to GBIF classification and GBIF classification
Clytus longipes Kirby 1837
Proparte synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus longipes Le Conte 1850
Proparte synonym according to GBIF classification and GBIF classification
Clytus unicolor Castelnau & Gory 1841
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus unicolor Erichson 1847
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus unicolor Gemminger & Harold 1872
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Clytus unicolor White 1855
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus interruptus Van Dyke 1927
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus lebasi Bates 1880
Proparte synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus longipes Blatchley 1910
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus longipes Craighead 1923
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus longipes Horn 1876
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus longipes Le Conte 1873
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus longipes Leng 1887
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus longipes Thomson 1861
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus longipes Ulke 1903
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus magnus Hopping 1932
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus magnus Van Dyke 1927
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus rufus var. meridionalis Aurivillius 1926
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus rufus var. meridionalis Zajciw 1965
Heterotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Neoclytus
Rhopalomerus Chevrolat 1860
Synonym according to {resource_name} (junior synonym)
Rhopalopachys Chevrolat 1860
Synonym according to {resource_name} (junior synonym)

Common Names

There are no common names associated with this taxon.

Curated hierarchies for Neoclytus

EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1

Life
Cellular Organisms
Eukaryota
Opisthokonta
Metazoa
Bilateria
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
Arthropoda
Pancrustacea
Hexapoda
Insecta
Pterygota
Neoptera
Endopterygota
Coleoptera
Polyphaga
Cucujiformia
Chrysomeloidea
Cerambycidae
Neoclytus (this page)
4893 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9

Life
Cellular Organisms
Eukaryota
Opisthokonta
Metazoa
Bilateria
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
Arthropoda
Pancrustacea
Hexapoda
Insecta
Pterygota
Neoptera
Endopterygota
Coleoptera
Polyphaga
Cucujiformia
Chrysomeloidea
Cerambycidae
Neoclytus Thomson 1860 (this page)
5125 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

GBIF classification

Animalia
Arthropoda
Insecta
Coleoptera
Cerambycidae
Neoclytus (this page)
6339 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

GBIF classification

Animalia
Arthropoda
Insecta
Coleoptera
Cerambycidae
Neoclytus

Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) Taxonomic Hierarchy

Animalia
Bilateria
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Arthropoda
Hexapoda
Insecta
Pterygota
Neoptera
Holometabola
Coleoptera Linnaeus 1758
Polyphaga Emery 1886
Cucujiformia Lameere 1938