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Species
Mongoliana chilocorides (Walker, 1851)
  type species by original designation

Basionym original publication
Walker F. 1851 - List of the specimens of Homopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum. 2: 261-636. [379]
Chronological account
Hemisphaerius chilocorides Walker, 1851 previous combination of Gergithus chilocorides (Walker, 1851) according to Melichar (1906): 67
Gergithus chilocorides (Walker, 1851) previous combination of Mongoliana chilocorides (Walker, 1851) according to Distant (1909): 87
Mongoliana recurrens (Butler, 1875) synonym of Mongoliana chilocorides (Walker, 1851) according to Liang (2001): 236
Mongoliana recurrens (Butler, 1875)  status revivisco according to Che et al. (2003): 36
Use(s) (chresonymy)
Hemisphaerius chilochorides Walker, 1851 wrong spelling of Hemisphaerius chilocorides Walker, 1851 in Chen et al. (2014): 69, 193
Mongoliana chilochorides (Walker, 1851) wrong spelling of Mongoliana chilocorides (Walker, 1851) in Chen et al. (2014): 69, 193
Distribution map: extant taxa
Geographical distribution
China (Fujian)  according to  Che et al. (2003): 36 , Chen et al. (2014): 194
China (Guangdong)  according to  Fennah (1956): 505
China (Guangxi)  according to  Che et al. (2003): 36
China (Hainan)  according to  Chen et al. (2014): 193
China (Hong Kong)  according to  Dohrn (1859): 64
China (Hubei)  according to  Fennah (1956): 505
China (Zhejiang)  according to  Che et al. (2003): 36
China South-Central (Guizhou)  according to  Che et al. (2003): 36 , Chen et al. (2014): 193
Japan (Honshu)  according to  Fennah (1956): 504
Nansei-shoto (Ryukyu Islands)  according to  Fennah (1956): 504
2 Type specimen(s)
2 Syntypes ♀ of Mongoliana recurrens (Butler, 1875) deposited in [NHM, BMNH] Natural History Museum, London according to Meng et al. (2016): 114