the African Eumolpinae site (Coleoptera Chrysomelidae)
Afroeurydemus hopei (Bryant, 1938)
Afroeurydemus nigrostriatus (Jacoby, 1897)
Chiridisia inornata Jacoby, 1898
Colasposoma instabile Harold, 1877
Colasposoma marshalli Jacoby, 1898
Colasposoma obscurum Jacoby, 1900
Eurydemus depressus Lefèvre, 1890
Heteraspis albidovittata albidovittata (Baly, 1877)
Lefevrea abdominalis Jacoby, 1897
Lefevrea aeneicollis Jacoby, 1897
Lefevrea brunnea Jacoby, 1900
Lefevrea fulvipes Jacoby, 1897
Lefevrea hirsuta Jacoby, 1900
Lefevrea intermedia Jacoby, 1897
Lefevrea puncticollis Jacoby, 1897
Lefevrea semistriata Jacoby, 1901
Lefevrea thoracica Jacoby, 1901
Macrocoma apicicornis (Jacoby, 1897)
Mandollia affinis (Jacoby, 1900)
Mandollia semibrunneus (Jacoby, 1901)
Mecistes chapuisi Jacoby, 1900
Mecistes flavipes (Gerstaecker, 1855)
Mecistes thompsoni Zoia, 2009
Mecistes zimbabweensis Zoia, 2009
Melindea brunnea (Jacoby, 1901)
Meniellus kohlschuetteri Weise, 1903
Microhermesia hirticollis Jacoby, 1900
Microhermesia hirticollis Jacoby, 1900
Microsyagrus fulvimanus (Jacoby, 1904)
Microsyagrus marshalli (Selman, 1965)
Microsyagrus mashonanus (Jacoby, 1897)
Odontionopa coerulea Jacoby, 1900
Pachnephorus (Pachnephorus) cristiani Zoia, 2007
Paraivongius nigripes (Jacoby, 1900)
Paraivongius uniformis (Jacoby, 1900)
Pathius flavus (Jacoby, 1897)
Pausiris fuscitarsis Jacoby, 1900
Platycorynus dejeani Bertoloni, 1849
Proliniscus cylindriformis (Jacoby, 1897)
Pseudedusia fulvipes Jacoby, 1898
Pseudocolaspis cupreofemorata cupreofemorata Jacoby, 1900
Pseudocolaspis femorata Baly, 1878
Rhembastus variabilis Harold, 1877
Sarum geminatus (Jacoby, 1900)
Sarum mashonanus (Jacoby, 1901)
Semmiona chapuisi (Jacoby, 1900)
Syagrus bodongi Weise, 1905
Syagrus calcaratus (Fabricius, 1775)
Syagrus opacus Jacoby, 1900
Syagrus rufobrunneus Lefèvre, 1890
African Eumolpinae checklist: Zimbabwe


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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.