H. S. Barber shows me that Chlamisus Rafinesque 1815 must be used for the typical genus of this subfamily, instead of Chlamys Knoch 1801 (nee Röding in Bolten 1798) and other genonyms used in the past. Thus the name of the subfamily changes from Chlamydinae to Chlamisinae.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 1946
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