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Enaphalodes  Haldeman, 1847
Taxonomic Serial No.: 701838

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
  Kingdom: Animalia  
  Taxonomic Rank: Genus  
  Synonym(s): Hypermallus Lacordaire, 1869
    Romaleum White, 1855
    Thersalus Pascoe, 1865
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  Current Standing: valid  
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  
  Global Species Completeness: partial   
  Latest Record Review: 2006   

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
 KingdomAnimalia  – Animal, animaux, animals  
             PhylumArthropoda  – Artrópode, arthropodes, arthropods  
                SubphylumHexapoda  – hexapods  
                   ClassInsecta  – insects, hexapoda, inseto, insectes  
                      SubclassPterygota  – insects ailés, winged insects  
                         InfraclassNeoptera  – modern, wing-folding insects  
                               OrderColeoptera Linnaeus, 1758 – beetles, coléoptères, besouro  
                                  SuborderPolyphaga Emery, 1886  
                                     InfraorderCucujiformia Lameere, 1938  
                                        SuperfamilyChrysomeloidea Latreille, 1802  
                                           FamilyCerambycidae Latreille, 1802 – long-horned beetles, capricornes, cérambycidés, longicornes  
                                              SubfamilyCerambycinae Latreille, 1802  
                                                 TribeElaphidionini Thomson, 1864  
                                                    GenusEnaphalodes Haldeman, 1847  
    Direct Children:  
                                                       Species Enaphalodes archboldi Lingafelter and Chemsak, 2002  
                                                       Species Enaphalodes atomarius (Drury, 1773)  
                                                       Species Enaphalodes cortiphagus (Craighead, 1923) – oak bark scarrer 
                                                       Species Enaphalodes cylindricus (Knull, 1927)  
                                                       Species Enaphalodes hispicornis (Linnaeus, 1767)  
                                                       Species Enaphalodes niveitectus (Schaeffer, 1905)  
                                                       Species Enaphalodes rufulus (Haldeman, 1847) – red oak borer 
                                                       Species Enaphalodes seminitidus (Horn in Leng, 1885)  
                                                       Species Enaphalodes taeniatus (LeConte, 1854)  

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  Author(s)/Editor(s): Monné, Miguel A., and Edmund F. Giesbert  
  Publication Date: 1995   
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  Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Checklist of the Cerambycidae and Disteniidae (Coleoptera) of the Western Hemisphere, 2nd ed.   
  Page(s): xiv + 420   
  Publisher: Wolfsgarden Books   
  Publication Place: Burbank, California, USA   
  ISBN/ISSN: 1-885850-01-8   
  Reference for: Enaphalodes   

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