the African Eumolpinae site (Coleoptera Chrysomelidae)
Afroeurydemus nubiensis (Harold, 1877)
Amblynetes bottegoi (Jacoby, 1899)
Badenis parvula Weise, 1909
Colasposoma auripes auripes Jacoby, 1894
Colasposoma blandum Weise, 1904
Colasposoma collare Achard, 1923
Colasposoma compactum Gerstaecker, 1871
Colasposoma curvipes Jacoby, 1901
Colasposoma mirabile Jacoby, 1904
Colasposoma purpureipenne Pic, 1941
Colasposoma subcostatum Gerstaecker, 1871
Colasposoma tokeri Bryant, 1957
Dermoxanthus gedyei Bryant, 1958
Dermoxanthus hunti Bryant, 1958
Dermoxanthus macinnesi Bryant, 1958
Dermoxanthus montanus Bryant, 1958
? Eryxia subtessellata Pic, 1938
Euryope batesi Jacoby, 1880
Euryope hoehneli Lefèvre, 1889
Euryope säuberlichi Weise, 1904
Lefevrea collina Bryant, 1954
Lefevrea cuprea Bryant, 1954
Lefevrea gedyei Bryant, 1932
Lefevrea metallica Bryant, 1932
Lefevrea turneri Bryant, 1954
Macrocoma fuscoaenea (Chapuis, 1879)
Macrocoma meruensis (Weise, 1909)
Macrocoma soror (Weise, 1909)
Macrocoma viridis (Chapuis, 1879)
Massartia sprecherae Zoia, 2010
Mecistes chapuisi Jacoby, 1900
Melindea nigripes (Bryant, 1954)
Melindea nigrita (Jacoby, 1901)
Melindea semifulva (Bryant, 1954)
Microeurydemus flavescens (Bryant, 1942)
Obelistes nigrovittatus Bryant, 1952
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) gardinii Zoia, 2007
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) poggii Zoia, 2007
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) rigatoi Zoia, 2007
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) torridus Baly, 1878
Pagria suturalis Lefèvre, 1884
Paraivongius cyanipennis (Gerstaecker, 1871)
Paraivongius emaliensis (Bryant, 1954)
Paraivongius micans (Gerstaecker, 1871)
Paraivongius recticollis (Jacoby, 1898)
Phascus bicolor Weise, 1904
Platycorynus cribratellus (Fairmaire, 1885)
Platycorynus dejeani Bertoloni, 1849
Platycorynus raffrayi (Lefèvre, 1877)
Pseudocolaspis insignis Lefèvre, 1890
Sarum obscurellus (Gerstaecker, 1871)
Scelodonta turneri Bryant, 1952
Syagrus morio Harold, 1877
African Eumolpinae checklist: Kenya

 

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Distributions are given by Countries in their present political arrangement. Some unclear, usually old citations are reported with a ?, as well as some doubtful ones. Where a species is reported from a boundary zone between two or more Countries, this species is here reported for all the interested Countries. Most of the data are taken from literature and they were not verified; due to the critical situation in the taxonomy of the African Eumolpinae, except for a few groups reviewed by specialists, all citations are intended in need of confirmation. Only a few clearly erroneous citations, or with a high possibility to be so, are not taken into consideration.

I am really interested in receiving informations about published data which are not included in this list.