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Eocanthecona Bergroth, 1915

Eocanthecona Bergroth, 1915: 484.

Type Species: Cimex furcellatus Wolff, 1801, by original designation.

Taxonomic placement: Members of this genus are predatory, hence this genus belongs in the Asopinae.

Included Species:
binotata (Distant, 1879)
concinna (Walker, 1867)
eburnea Bergroth, 1915
formosa (Horváth, 1911)
     formosana (Shiraki, 1913)
     formosana (Sonan, 1927)
furcellata (Wolff, 1811)
     armiger (Herrich-Schäffer, 1844)
japonicola (Esaki & Ishihara, 1950)
kyushuensis (Esaki & Ishihara, 1950)
latipes (Stål, 1871)
mitis (Vollenhoven, 1868)
neotibialis (Ahmad & Rana, 1988)
ornatula (Distant, 1908)
parva (Distant, 1902)
plebeja (Vollenhoven, 1868)
populusi (Ahmad & Rana, 1988)
robusta (Distant, 1879)
rufescens (Vollenhoven, 1868)
     similis (Jensen-Haarup, 1931)
shikokuensis (Esaki & Ishihara, 1950)
thomsoni (Distant, 1911)
tibialis (Distant, 1879)
vollenhoveni (Breddin, 1902)

Photo: The photo on this page is of Eocanthecona furcellata, and is provided courtesy of Hemant Ghate.







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David A. Rider
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