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Superregnum: Eukaryota
Cladus: Unikonta
Cladus: Opisthokonta
Cladus: Holozoa
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Cladus: Protostomia
Cladus: Ecdysozoa
Cladus: Panarthropoda
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Classis: Insecta
Cladus: Dicondylia
Subclassis: Pterygota
Cladus: Metapterygota
Infraclassis: Neoptera
Cladus: Eumetabola
Cladus: Endopterygota
Superordo: Coleopterida
Ordo: Coleoptera
Subordo: Polyphaga
Infraordo: Cucujiformia
Cladus: Phytophaga
Superfamilia: Chrysomeloidea

Familia: Chrysomelidae
Subfamilia: Galerucinae
Tribus: Alticini
Subtribus: Alticina – Aphthonina – Blepharidina – Chaetocnemina – Crepidoderina – Diboliina – Disonychina – Febraina – Hermaeophagina – Manobiina – Monoplatina – Oedionychina – Podagricina – Systenina
Overview of genera
A

AbrariusAcallepitrixAcanthonychaAcrocryptaAcrocyumAdamastoraltica – Aedmon – Aeschrocnemis – Afroaltica – Afrocrepis – Afrorestia – Agasicles – Alagoasa – AlasiaAlemaAllenaltica – Allochroma – Alocypha – Altica – Alytus – AmphimelaAnalema – Anaxerta – Andersonaltica – Andersonoplatus – Andiroba – Anelytropleurica – Anerapa – Angulaphthona – Antanemora – Anthobiodes – Apalotrius – Aphanocera – Aphthona – Aphthonaltica – Aphthonella – Aphthonoides – Apleuraltica – Apraea – Apteraltica – Apteropeda – Araguaenia – Araoua – Archilactica – Argopistes – Argopistoides – Argopus – Arrhenocoela – Arsipoda – Asiophrida – Asphaera – Asphaerina – Aspicela – Asutosha – Atyphus – Aulacothorax – Aulonodera – Axillofebra – Ayalaia
B

Babiohaltica – Balimistika – Balzanica – Bangalaltica – Baoshanaltica – Batophila – Bechuana – Bechynella – Bellacincta – Bellaltica – Benedictoides – Benedictus – Benficana – Bezdekaltica – Bhamoina – Bikasha – Bimala – Biodontocnema – Blakealtica – Blepharida – Blepharidina – Bonfilsus – Borbaita – Borinken – Borneocycla – Brachyscelis – Brasilaphthona – Brasilplatus – Bubiscus – Burumoseria
C

Cacoscelis – Caeporis – Calipeges – Callangaltica – Calliphron – Caloscelis – Calotheca – Cangshanaltica – Capraita – Carcharodis – Carecuruna – Carminaltica – Celisaltica – Centralaphthona – Cerichrestus – Chabria – Chaetocnema – Chaillucola – Chalaenaria – Chalaenosoma – Chalatenanganya – Chaloenus – Chanealtica – Chaparena – Chilocoristes – Chirodica – Chlamophora – Chorodecta – Chrysogramma – Chrysomila – Clavicornaltica – Cleonica – Cleophes – Collartaltica – Conococha – Cornulactica – Coroicona – Corynothona – Crepichaeta – Crepicnema – Crepidodera – Crepidoderoides – Crepidosoma – Crimissa – Cuyabasa – Cyrsylus
D

Decaria – Deciplatus – Demarchus – Dentilabra – Derocrepis – Deuteraltica – Diacacoscelis – Diamphidia – Dibolia – Dimonikaea – Dinaltica – Diosyphraea – Diphaltica – Diphaulaca – Diphaulacosoma – Discotarsa – Disonycha – Disonychodes – Distigmoptera – Djallonia – Docema – Docemina – Dodericrepa – Doeberlnotus – Doloresa – Drakensbergianella – Dunbrodya – Dysphenges
E

Egleraltica – Elithia – Elytropachys – Enneomacra – Epitrix – Erinaceialtica – Eriotica – Erystana – Erystus – Etapocanga – Eudolia – Eudoliamorpha – Eudoliomima – Eugoniola – Eupeges – Euphenges – Euphitrea – Euplatysphaera – Euplectroscelis – Eurylegna – Eutornus – Eutrea – Exartematopus – Exaudita – Exoceras
F

Febra – Forsterita – Furthia
G

Gabonia – Gansuapteris – Genaphthona – Gethosynus – Gioia – Glaucosphaera – Glenidion – Glyptina – Goniosystena – Gopala – Goweria – Grammicopterus – Guadeloupena – Guilelmia – Guilielmia – Guinerestia
H

Haemaltica – Halticorcus – Halticotropis – Hartmannia – Heikertingerella – Heikertingeria – Hemiglyptus – Hemilactica – Hemiphrynus – Hemipyxis – Hemipyxoides – Hermaeophaga – Hermenegilda – Hespera – Hesperella – Hesperoides – Heyrovskya – Hildenbrandtina – Hippuriphila – Hirtasphaera – Hirtiaphthona – Homelea – Homichloda – Homoschema – Homotyphus – Hornaltica – Huarinillasa – Hydmosyne – Hylodromus – Hypantherus – Hyphaltica – Hyphalticoda – Hyphasis – Hypolampsis
I

Idaltica – Iphitrea – Iphitroides – Iphitromela – Iphitroxena – Itapiranga – Ivalia – Ivaliomima
J

Jacobyana – Jobia
K

Kamala – Kanonga – Kashmirobia – Kenialtica – Kimongona – Kiskeya – Kuschelina
L

Laboissierea – Laboissierella – Lacpatica – Lacpaticoides – Lactina – Lampedona – Lanka – Laosia – Laotzeus – Laselva – Lepialtica – Leptodibolia – Leptophysa – Lesneana – Letzuella – Linaltica – Lipromela – Lipromima – Lipromorpha – Liprus – Loeblaltica – Longitarsus – Loxoprosopus – Luperaltica – Luperomorpha – Lupraea – Lypnea – Lypneana – Lysathia – Lythraria
M

Maaltica – Macrohaltica – Malayaltica – Malvernia – Mandarella – Manobia – Manobiella – Mantura – Marcapatia – Margaridisa – Maritubana – Maturacaita – Maulika – Megasus – Megistops – Meishania – Mellipora – Menudos – Meraaltica – Mesodera – Mesopana – Metroserrapha – Micraphthona – Micrespera – Microcrepis – Microdonacia – Microsutrea – Minota – Minotula – Miritius – Mistika – Mniophila – Mniophilosoma – Monomacra – Monotalla – Montiaphthona – Morylus – Myrcina – Myrcinoides – Myrmeconycha
N

Nankus – Nasidia – Nasigona – Neoacanthobioides – Neoblepharella – Neocacoscelis – Neocrepidodera – Neodera – Neodiphaulaca – Neopraea – Neorthana – Neosphaeroderma – Neothona – Nephrica – Nesaecrepida – Nicaltica – Nisotra – Nonarthra – Normaltica – Notomela – Notozona – Novascuta – Novofoudrasia – Ntaolaltica – Nycteronychis – Nzerekorena
O

Ochrosis – Ocnoscelis – Octogonotes – Oedionychis – Omeiana – Omeisphaera – Omophoita – Omototus – Ophrida – Opisthopygme – Oreinodera – Orestia – Orhespera – Orisaltata – Orodes
P

Pachyonychis – Pachyonychus – Palaeothona – Palmaraltica – Palopoda – Panchrestus – Panilurus – Paracacoscelis – Paradibolia – Paralactica – Paralacticoides – Paraminota – Paraminotella – Paranaita – Parargopus – Parasutra – Parasyphraea – Parategyrius – Parathrylea – Paratonfania – Parazipangia – Parchicola – Parecynovia – Parhespera – Parlina – Parophrida – Pedethma – Pedilia – Peltobothrus – Penghou – Pentamesa – Pepila – Perichilona – Phaelota – Phenrica – Philocalis – Philogeus – Philopona – Philostogya – Phrynocepha – Phydanis – Phygasia – Phygasoma – Phylacticus – Phyllotreta – Physimerus – Physodactyla – Physoma – Physomandroya – Physonychis – Piobuckia – Platiprosopus – Platycepha – Plectrotetra – Pleuraltica – Pleurasphaera – Pleurochroma – Podagrica – Podagricella – Podagricomela – Podaltica – Podontia – Polyclada – Prasona – Pratima – Primulavorus – Priobolia – Procalus – Profebra – Propiasus – Prosplecestha – Protopsilapha – Pseudadorium – Pseudaphthona – Pseudargopus – Pseudodera – Pseudodibolia – Pseudodisonycha – Pseudogona – Pseudolampsis – Pseudoliprus – Pseudophygasia – Pseudorthygia – Pseudostenophyma – Psilapha – Psylliodes – Ptocadica – Pydaristes – Pyxidaltica
R

Resistenciana – Rhinotmetus – Rhynchasphaera – Rhypetra – Roicus – Rosalactica
S

Sahyadrialtica – Sanariana – Sanckia – Sangariola – Scelidopsis – Sebaethoides – SericopusSerraphula – Sesquiphaera – Setsaltica – Seychellaltica – Simaethea – Sinaltica – Sinocrepis – Sinosphaera – Sittacella – Sjoestedtinia – Sophraena – Sophraenella – Sparnus – Sphaeraltica – Sphaerochabria – Sphareoderma – Sphaerodermella – Sphaerometopa – Sphaeronychus – Sphaerophrida – Sphaeropleura – Stegnaspea – Stegnea – Stenoluperus – Stenophyma – Stevenaltica – Strabala – Stuckenbergiana – Styrepitrix – Suetes – Suffrianaltica – Sumatrahaltica – Sutrea – Syphrea – Systena
T

Taiwanohespera – Taiwanoliprus – Taiwanorestia – Tamdaoana – Tebalia – Tegyrius – Temnocrepis – Tenosis – Teresopolisia – Terpnochlorus – Tetragonotes – Thrasychroma – Tonfania – Torodera – Toxaria – Trachytetra – Tribolia – Trichaltica – Trifiniocola – Triphaltica – Tritonaphthona – Tupiniquim
U

Ugandaltica – Ulrica – Upembaltica – Utingaltica
V

Vilhenaltica
W

Walterianella – Wanderbiltiana – Warchaltica – Wittmeraltica
X

Xanthophysca – Xenidea – Xuthea
Y

Yaminia – Yemenaltica – Yetialtica – Yoshiakia – Yumaphthona – Yungaltica – Yunohespera – Yunotrichia
Z

Zangaltica – Zeteticus – Zipanginia – Zomba

†Ambraaltica – †Archealtica – †Cambaltica – †Crepidocnema – †Davidaltica – †Groehnaltica – †Manobiomorpha – †Paolaltica – †Protorthaltica – †Psyllototus – †Sucinolivolia

Name

Alticini Newman, 1834

Type genus: Altica Geoffroy, 1762.
Synonymy

Halticites Newman, 1834: 421
Halticidae
Halticini
Halticae: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 351
Alticinae
Alticini
Alticina
Longitarses Maehler, 1850: 7
Plectroscelides Thomson, 1866: 213
Acrocryptites Chapuis, 1875: 36 [unavailable name; original vernacular name unavailable (Art. 11.7.2): subsequently used in latinized form but not generally attributed to Chapuis (1875)]
Amphimélites Chapuis, 1875: 34 [unavailable name; original vernacular name unavailable (Art. 11.7.2): not subsequently used in latinized form and treated as valid]
Aphthonites Chapuis, 1875: 69
Aphthonae: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 352
Aphthonini
Aphthonina
Arsipodites Chapuis, 1875: 37
Arsipodes: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 353
Arsipodini
Aspicélites Chapuis, 1875: 75
Aspicelae: Horn, 1889: 166
Blépharidites Chapuis, 1875: 26
Blepharidae: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 350
Blepharidini
Blepharidina
Crépidodérites Chapuis, 1875: 51
Crepidoderae: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 352
Crepidoderini
Crepidoderina
Diamphidiites Chapuis, 1875: 24 [unavailable name; original vernacular name unavailable (Art. 11.7.2): subsequently used in latinized form but not generally attributed to Chapuis (1875)]
Diboliites Chapuis, 1875: 137
Diboliae: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 354
Diboliini
Diboliina
Élithiites Chapuis, 1875: 21 [unavailable name; original vernacular name unavailable (Art. 11.7.2): subsequently used in latinized form but not generally attributed to Chapuis (1875)]
Lacticites Chapuis, 1875: 123
Lacticae: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 351
Mniophilites Chapuis, 1875: 129
Mniophilae: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 353
Monoplatites Chapuis, 1875: 91
Monoplati: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 350
Monoplatini
Monoplatina
Nonarthrites Chapuis, 1875: 141 [unavailable name; original vernacular name unavailable (Art. 11.7.2): subsequently used in latinized form but not generally attributed to Chapuis (1875)]
Oedionychites Chapuis, 1875: 81
Oedionyches: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 351
Oedionychini
Oedionychina
Oxygonites Chapuis, 1875: 43
Oxygoninae
Procalites Chapuis, 1875: 175 [unavailable name; original vernacular name unavailable (Art. 11.7.2): subsequently used in latinized form but not generally attributed to Chapuis (1875)]
Psylliodites Chapuis, 1875: 140
Psylliodes: LeConte & Horn, 1883: 354
Chaetocnemae LeConte & Horn, 1883: 354
Chaetocnemini
Chaetocnemina
Disonychae LeConte & Horn, 1883: 351
Euplectrosceles Horn, 1889: 167
Pseudolampses Horn, 1889: 166
Systenae Horn, 1889: 167
Systenini
Systenina
Luperalticini Leng, 1920: 301
Octogonotini Weise, 1921: 151
Serraticollini White, 1942: 16
Sphaeronychini Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1960: 7
Disonychina Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1966: 142 [family-group name proposed as new without reference to Disonychae LeConte & Horn, 1883]
Cacoscelini Bechyné, 1968: 1715
Hermaeophagina Bechyné, 1968: 1698 [unavailable family-group name, proposed after 1930 without description or bibliographic reference to such a description (Art. 13.1)]
Longitarsini Bechyné, 1968: 1708 [family-group name proposed as new without reference to Longitarses Maehler, 1850]
Lypneina Bechyné, 1968: 1717
Podagricini Bechyné, 1968: 1718
Podagricina
Sphaerodermini Bechyné, 1968: 1702 [unavailable family-group name, proposed after 1930 without description or bibliographic reference to such a description (Art. 13.1)]
Wittmeralticina Bechyné, 1968: 1717
Psilaphina Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1973: 27
Diphaulacini Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1975: 116
Manobiini Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1975: 132
Manobiina
Marcapatiini Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1975: 131
Monomacrina Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1975: 27
Systenini Bechyné & Špringlová de Bechyné, 1975: 132 [family-group name proposed as new without reference to Systenae Horn, 1889]
Phygasiini Bechyné, 1980: 58 [unavailable family-group name, proposed after 1930 without description or bibliographic reference to such a description (Art. 13.1)]
Ocnoscelina Seeno & Wilcox, 1982: 127 [unavailable family-group name, proposed after 1930 without description or bibliographic reference to such a description (Art. 13.1)]
Hermaeophagina Bechyné, 1997: 116
Ocnoscelina Bechyné, 1997: 124
Febraina Nadein, 2013: 499

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Catalogue of Alticini genera of the World (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
Subfamily Alticinae (Chrysomelidae) - atlas of leaf beetles of Russia
The Handbook of Palearctic Flea Beetles - identification of Palearctic flea beetle genera, along with morphology, host plant information, and literature references
Alticinae Spinola, 1844

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