the African Eumolpinae site (Coleoptera Chrysomelidae)
Afroeurydemus armatus (Achard, 1915)
Afroeurydemus bimaculatus (Lefèvre, 1877)
Afroeurydemus bipunctatus (Weise, 1883)
Afroeurydemus congoensis (Burgeon, 1942)
Afroeurydemus guessfeldi (Karsch, 1882)
Afroeurydemus hopei (Bryant, 1938)
Afroeurydemus nigrolimbatus (Ritsema, 1874)
Afroeurydemus vrijdaghi (Burgeon, 1941)
Casmena congoensis Selman, 1972
Casmena subacuminata Pic, 1941
Colasposoma chailluensis Selman, 1970
Colasposoma fairmairei fairmairei Lefèvre, 1877
Colasposoma flavipes Harold, 1877
Colasposoma reygnaulti Pic, 1942
Ennodius murrayi (Chapuis, 1874)
Eumolpopsis dimidiatus (Jacoby, 1893)
Gaberella costata (Baly, 1878)
Heteraspis bidentata (Baly, 1877)
Heteraspis costata (Jacoby, 1894)
Heteraspis murrayi (Baly, 1865)
Lefevrea carpenteri Bryant, 1932
Lefevrea fulvicollis Jacoby, 1904
Microsyagrus immaculatus (Pic, 1949)
Nerissus griseoscutellatus Karsch, 1882
Nerissus sculptilis (J. Thomson, 1858)
Nerissus tuberculatus tuberculatus Jacoby, 1901
Nerissus viridipennis Jacoby, 1903
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) fabianae Zoia, 2007
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) gardinii Zoia, 2007
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) moseykoi Zoia, 2007
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) torridus Baly, 1878
Pagria liturata Lefèvre, 1891
Paraivongius (Micromenius) feai Zoia, 2017
Paraivongius (Paraivongius) apricus Zoia, 2017
Paraivongius fulvicornis (Jacoby, 1897)
Paraivongius nigritarsis (Lefèvre, 1891)
Paraivongius parvulus (Jacoby, 1903)
Platycorynus azureus (Sahlberg, 1829)
Platycorynus compressicornis (Fabricius, 1801)
Platycorynus limbatus limbatus (Baly, 1881)
Pseudocolaspis setulosa Lefèvre, 1886
Rhembastus variabilis Harold, 1877
Syagrus calcaratus (Fabricius, 1775)
Syagrus morio Harold, 1877
Syagrus strigaticeps (Lefèvre, 1891)
Syagrus tristis Jacoby, 1904
Tanybria spinipes Baly, 1878
Thysbina amata (J. Thomson, 1858)
African Eumolpinae checklist: Congo


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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.