Names proposed in 'Polymerus'

a
amazonicus americanus amurensis andinus aristeae arvensis asperulae atacamensis aterrimus aureus
b
balli basalis basivittis bimaculatus brevicornis brevirostris brevis
c
caligatus carpathicus carpinteroi castilleja centralis chilensis chrysopsis clandestinus coccineus cognatus consanguineus costalis cunealis cuneatus
d
dalmanni delongi diffusus disjunctus dissimilis
e
ecuadorense elegans eryngii
f
fasciolus flaviloris flavipes flavocostatus flavocuneatus forughae froeschneri fulvipes funestus fuscatus
g
galii gerhardi gracilentus
h
hirtulus hirtus holosericeus
i
illini intermedius intermedius
j
junctus
l
lammesi lanuginosus lateralis longirostris
m
madagascariensis marginatus medius microphthalmus minutus modestus
n
nigrigulis nigritulus nigritus nigrocallosus nigropallidus nitidus nubilipes
o
obscuratus obscurus obscurus ocellatus opacus ornatifrons
p
pallescens pallidonotus pallidulus pallidus palustris pekinensis peruanus pervulgatus picea proximus punctipes
r
relativus robustus rostratus rubescens rubidus rubricuneus rubrocuneatus rubronotatus rubroornatus rufipes rufocuneatus rugulus
s
sculleni semiflavus sericeus severini shawi solitus standishi sticticus
t
tepastus testaceipes tinctipes tomentosus transitus tumidifrons
u
uhleri unicolor unifasciatus
v
varicornis variegatus vegatus venaticus venustus vittatipennis voelzkovi vulneratus
w
wheeleri
x
xerophilus
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